Indie Superstars Present ‘Day Of The Dead’ Set At Eaux Claires


Earlier this year, the long-in-the-making Day Of The Dead compilation featuring Grateful Dead covers from a who’s who of indie-rockers and musicians from a wide range of genres was finally released. The lone Day Of The Dead live set took place on Saturday at Eaux Claires Music Festival in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

Aaron and Bryce Dessner, who produced the compilation, put together a set of music featuring fellow members of The National, Bruce Hornsby, Phil Cook, Justin Vernon, Will Oldham, Jenny Lewis, Matt Houck and more. Watch clips from the set captured and shared by Pitchfork:

[Will Oldham – Bird Song]

[Jenny Lewis & Matt Houck – Sugaree]

[Bruce Hornsby, Phil Cook & Brad Cook – Brown Eyed Women]

[Justin Vernon – Black Muddy River]

[Moses Sumney & Jenny Lewis – Cassidy]

[Matt Berninger – Morning Dew]

[Justin Vernon, Matt Berninger & More – Ripple]


Set: Yellow Dog Story, Bird Song, Sugaree, Brown Eyed Women, Black Muddy River, Uncle John’s Band, Shakedown Street, Reuben & Cerise, If I Had The World To Give, Brokedown Palace, Cassidy, Standing On The Moon, Going Down The Road Feelin’ Bad, Morning Dew, And We Bid You Goodnight, Ripple