December 27 | Setlist And Media Roundup

An extremely busy end of the year slate for the bands we love started last night with a handful of December 27th performances. We’ve rounded up the setlist and media for those shows…

Yonder Mountain String Band kicked off their New Year’s Run at the Boulder Theater with a show that featured Roosevelt Collier guesting throughout and an appearance from Flecktones “drummer” Futureman:

Set One: Fastball -> East Nashville Easter, Little Lover, Jack-A-Roe, She Smiles Like You Always Been A Friend, Angel, Not Far Away, One More, Rag Mama, Snow On The Pines, Good Hearted Woman

Set Two: No Expectations, Spanish Harlem Incident, Dreams, Pass This Way, Dear Prudence, Raleigh & Spencer, Town, Left Me In A Hole, Ripcord Blues, Sidewalk Stars, *If You’re Ever In Oklahoma -> *Shake Me Up -> *If You’re Ever In Oklahoma

Encore: Yes She Do, No She Don’t, New Speedway Boogie

* w/ Futureman

special guest Roosevelt Collier on pedal steel entire show

Listen to audio of last night’s show thanks to TaperCorey:

The Disco Biscuits continued their New Year’s Run at the Best Buy Theater in NYC after Thursday night’s opening show.

Set One: Eulogy, Reactor, Jam > Astronaut* > Story Of The World** > Spacebirdmatingcall

Set Two: On Time, Vassillios > Minions > Rock Candy^ > Tricycle > Rock Candy

Encore: Home Again

* -Beginning Only
** -Beginning & Middle
^ -Tempest Tease

[via Phantasy Bisco]

Watch fan-shot video by Matt Lewin of the “Rock Candy” > “Tricycle” sequence:

Gov’t Mule welcomed Soulive to open last night’s New Year’s Run kickoff at Philadelphia’s Tower Theater. As expected, Mule brought out members of Soulive and Ron Holloway at points during the show.

Set One: World Boss, Broke Down On The Brazos > Tributary Jam, Stoop So Low (Outro 2) > Forsaken Savior, Banks Of The Deep End, Rocking Horse, Trouble Every Day with Ron Holloway, Devil Likes It Slow with Ron Holloway, Eric Krasno & Neal Evans; Les Brers In A Minor Tease

Set Two: Unring The Bell with Get Up, Stand Up Tease, Endless Parade, Mr. Man > Streamline Woman > Drums > Fallen Down > with 3rd Stone From The Sun Tease, The Other One Jam > with Ron Holloway; 3rd Stone From The Sun & Cryptical Envelopment Teases, She Said, She Said > Tomorrow Never Knows, Blind Man In The Dark with Ron Holloway; Octopus’s Garden, Taxman, Shine On You Crazy Diamond & Riders On The Storm Teases

Encore: One Of These Days > Fearless > Money with Ron Holloway

Watch fan-shot footage by Dan DeLozier of “Money”:

Prince played his first of three shows at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT last night.

Set: Days of Wild, 1999, Mutiny, The Sweeter She Is, Something in the Water (Does Not Compute), Let’s Go Crazy, She’s Always in My Hair, Musicology, Extraloveable Reloaded, Nothing Compares 2 U, We’re a Winner/Satisfied, Housequake, The Bird, Jungle Love, The Glamorous Life

Encore: When Doves Cry, Sign o’ the Times, Hot Thing, I Would Die 4 U, Let’s Work, U Got the Look

Encore2: Purple Rain

Watch fan-shot footage from the first encore by Fredrick Matt before it gets pulled:

Phil Lesh and Friends began their New Year’s Run last night at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA. Lesh was joined by Anders Osborne, Jeff Chimenti, Tony Leone and John Kadlecik.

Phil Lesh & Friends
Fri. Dec. 27, 2013
The Grate Room
Terrapin Crossroads
San Rafael, CA

Phil Lesh – bass, vocals
John Kadlecik – guitar, vocals
Anders Osborne – guitar, vocals
Jeff Chimenti – keyboards
Tony Leone – drums, vocals

Set 1 8:00pm – 9:15pm

Jam >
Come On (Let The Good Times Roll) ao >
The Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion jk >
Any Road jk
Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues pl
Crazy Fingers jk >
So Many Roads jk
Cumberland Blues pl jk

Set 2 9:55pm – 11:40pm

Scarlet Begonias jk >
Fire on the Mountain ao
Down By The River ao >
Uncle John’s Band pl jk tl
Layla ao
Help on the Way jk >
Slipknot >
Mozambique (Traffic version) >
Slipknot! >
Franklin’s Tower pl

E: donor rap
Ripple jk pl

[Setlist compiled by Rob Scalcione via Deadheadland]

Watch footage from last night’s second set:

Finally, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead returned for their second-ever performance last night at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. Russo, Tom Hamilton, Marco Benevento, Scott Metzger and Dave Dreiwitz changed up much of their set from January’s debut. Notably, the quintet tackled the complete “Terrapin Station” suite.

Set One: Cream Puff War -> Truckin’ -> Dupree’s Diamond Blues -> Cumberland Blues, Row Jimmy, Bertha, Easy Wind -> Shakedown Street

Set Two: Space -> Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain, Playin’ In The Band, Althea, Lovelight, Terrapin Station Suite

Encore: Brokedown Palace

Watch fan-shot footage of “Easy Wind” and “Cumberland Blues” thanks to 114Emile:

And here’s Emile’s capture of the 25+ minute “Scarlet” / “Fire”:

Taper Eric McRoberts has shared his recording of the show at