While Dead and Company was melting faces at Bonnaroo, Phil Lesh and Friends played the decidedly more laid back Terrapin Crossroads venue but still put on a hell of a show.
Phil, proprietor of Terrapin Crossroads has created a training ground for the next emissaries of the Dead’s music. This round of students included Teresa Williams, Larry Campbell, Luther Dickinson, Cody Dickinson, and Jason Crosby. Most notable are the Dickinson brothers who make up the better part of the North Mississippi Allstars.
In an unusual move, Phil played with this group of friends for the first two sets and then brought out a second line-up for the next set. The third set was from one of Phil’s favorite 1988 shows and unfortunately hasn’t surfaced…. yet.
Thanks to Quinkfolk for the recording.
Here is the full setlist from the first two sets with the first lineup
Uncle John’s Band
Till The Morning Comes
Who Do You Love>
Sitting On Top Of The World>
Who Do You Love
Viola Lee Blues
River Deep, Mountain High
St Stephen > The Wheel > Rollin’ And Tumblin’
Jam DeetsJam Date: June 12, 2016
Featuring: Cody Dickinson, Jason Crosby, Larry Campbell, Luther Dickinson, Phil Lesh and Friends, Teresa Williams
Venue: The Backyard at Terrapin Crossroads
Songs: Chest Fever, Cumberland Blues, Endless Highway, Miss Ohio, Peggy-O, River Deep Mountain High, Rollin' And Tumblin', Sitting On Top Of The World, St. Stephen, The Wheel, Till The Morning Comes, Unbroken Chain, Uncle John's Band, Viola Lee Blues, Who Do You Love
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