Sunday’s setlist mixed beloved Grateful Dead classics such as “Truckin’,” “Sugaree,” “Saint Stephen” and “Eyes Of The World” with a few choice covers including Neil Young’s “Rockin’ In The Free World” and David Crosby’s “Almost Cut My Hair.” Osborne even led the ensemble through a version of his own “Windows” in the first set.
Here’s video of the show and the setlist:
PL = Phil Lesh, SM = Scott Metzger, AO = Anders Osborne, JC = Jason Crosby
Set One: Truckin’ sm > Shakedown Street ao > Sugaree ao, Windows ao > Fire on the Mountain ao, Bird Song pl, Viola Lee Blues all
Set Two: Estimated Prophet sm > Eyes of the World pl > Saint Stephen pl > Almost Cut My Hair ao > All Along the Watchtower ao, Morning Dew ao, Uncle John’s Band pl/sm/jc > Playing in the Band sm
Encore: Rockin’ in the Free World ao
[Setlist via PhilZone.org]
Take a listen to audio of the show thanks to Quinfolk:
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