Phil & Friends Featuring Members Of Phish, Infamous Stringdusters & More Play ‘Rosalie McFall’ At Lockn’

By Andy Kahn Oct 28, 2016 8:44 am PDT

This year’s Lockn’ Festival featured a performance by a Phil Lesh & Friends lineup that included the Grateful Dead bassist alongside The Infamous Stringdusters, Phish drummer Jon Fishman and keyboardist Page McConnell, Furthur/JRAD drummer Joe Russo and guitarist Anders Osborne. Festival organizers have shared official video footage of one of the songs played by the ensemble during the Saturday, August 27 afternoon set.

In his review of the set, JamBase’s Scott Bernstein specifically called out the collective’s “gorgeous” rendition of “Rosalie McFall,” noting in particular The Infamous Stringdusters contribution of “sweet harmonies.” The Monroe Brothers song was played acoustically by the Grateful Dead a handful of times in 1970 and reprised again for a few more shows in 1980.

Watch Phil Lesh & Friends at Lockn’ playing “Rosalie McFall” here:

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