Nathaniel Rateliff’s Busy Saturday Night In Denver: Joins Bob Weir & Kevin Morby

Watch video from each of Rateliff’s guest spots.

By Scott Bernstein Nov 7, 2022 7:07 am PST

Nathaniel Rateliff made the rounds in his adopted hometown of Denver on Saturday as the special guest of both Bob Weir and Kevin Morby. Rateliff swung by Mission Ballroom to lead on a pair of tunes before teaming with Morby for a duet at the Gothic Theatre.

Weir And Wolf Bros brought their fall tour to a close on Saturday with their second of two concerts at Mission Ballroom. Keyboardist Jeff Chimenti missed the evening’s first set to deal with an undisclosed emergency but returned for the rest of the show. Bobby, bassist Don Was, drummer Jay Lane, pedal steel guitarist Barry Sless and The Wolfpack strings and horns opened with “Viola Lee Blues” before presenting the Wolf Bros debut of Grateful Dead classic “Crazy Fingers.” A take on Bob Dylan’s “She Belongs To Me” was followed by the ensemble’s first rendition of the RatDog era original “Money For Gasoline.” The set concluded with a full “Weather Report Suite,” complete with “Let It Grow,” after “Mission In The Rain” and “New Speedway Boogie.”

Nathaniel Rateliff emerged with the core Wolf Bros lineup to get Saturday’s second set underway with the John Philips-penned “Me And My Uncle.” Rateliff played acoustic guitar and traded vocal duties with Weir on “Me And My Uncle” and the “Tennessee Jed” that followed. Bobby went on to urge fans to vote during the ensuing “Throwing Stones.” A seamless run of “Estimated Prophet,” “The Other One” and “Stella Blue” came next before the full troupe sealed the frame with the oft-paired “China Cat Sunflower” and “I Know You Rider.” Bob Weir And Wolf Bros with The Wolfpack ended the night and tour with an encore featuring “One More Saturday Night” and “Brokedown Palace.”

Watch pro-shot video of Rateliff’s guest spot along with Jeremy Williams’ photos from the show:

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Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros (See 154 videos) and Nathaniel Rateliff (See 101 videos)

Morby’s show at the Gothic Theatre came in support of his 2022 album, This Is A Photograph. The singer-songwriter and his ace backing band focused on material from the LP throughout the night. Nathaniel Rateliff came out for the penultimate song of the evening, “Beautiful Strangers.” Rateliff was sans guitar for the take on Morby’s 2016 single as he provided harmonies and took lead on one verse.

Check out Nathaniel Rateliff with Kevin Morby on “Beautiful Strangers” via fan-shot video below:

Nathaniel Rateliff (See 101 videos) and Kevin Morby (See 60 videos)

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Bob Weir and Wolf Bros.
  • Viola Lee Blues
  • Crazy Fingers
  • She Belongs to Me
  • Money for Gasoline
  • Mission in the Rain
  • New Speedway Boogie
  • Weather Report Suite
  • Let It Grow
  • Me and My Uncle
  • Tennessee Jed
  • Throwing Stones
  • Estimated Prophet
  • The Other One
  • Stella Blue
  • China Cat Sunflower
  • I Know You Rider
  • One More Saturday Night
  • Brokedown Palace
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Kevin Morby
  • This Is a Photograph
  • Bittersweet, Tn
  • A Random Act of Kindness
  • Rock Bottom
  • City Music
  • Five Easy Pieces
  • Oh My God
  • Stop Before I Cry
  • Campfire
  • A Coat of Butterflies
  • Goodbye to Good Times
  • Beautiful Strangers
  • Harlem River
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