Phil Lesh & Friends Featuring Warren Haynes, John Scofield & More Close Out Peach Festival
Phil Lesh & Friends brought the 2019 Peach Music Festival to a close on Sunday night at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The Grateful Dead bassist was joined by guitarists Warren Haynes, John Scofield and Grahame Lesh as well as keyboardist Holly Bowling, vocalist Elliott Peck and drummer John Molo.
Haynes led the group through Cream’s “Sunshine Of Your Love” to start before Phil stepped into the spotlight to sing Robbie Robertson’s “Broken Arrow.” Next up was a tribute to Brent Mydland in the form of a Warren sung “Just A Little Light.” Phil led the group through a nicely extended “Bird Song” and then Haynes belted out Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower.” An adventurous “Viola Lee Blues” followed ahead of a beautiful rendition of Van Morrison’s “Into The Mystic.” The band then left the stage while a storm passed through the area.
When Phil & Friends returned, they embarked on a 16-minute “Playing In The Band” sung by Grahame. A throbbing take on Traffic’s “Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys” came next and the dream setlist continued on with a fiery “St. Stephen” that reached great heights. Phil then led the ensemble through one of his signature songs, “Unbroken Chain.” Haynes was tasked with singing “Morning Dew” before the second set came to a close with “Uncle John’s Band.” For the encore, Warren fronted the group on “Patchwork Quilt,” his ode to the late Jerry Garcia.
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Broken Arrow Captured by Sean Roche
Into The Mystic Captured by Sean Roche
Phil Lesh & Friends at Montage Mountain
- Sunshine of Your Love
- Broken Arrow
- Just a Little Light
- Bird Song
- All Along the Watchtower
- Viola Lee Blues
- Into the Mystic
- Playing in the Band
- The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
- St. Stephen
- Unbroken Chain
- Morning Dew
- Uncle John's Band
- Patchwork Quilt