Bob Weir has reunited with his Wolf Bros (Jay Lane and Don Was) for a few shows in late September. The mini-tour is all West Coast and ends Santa Cruz Mountain Sol Festival.
One of Weir’s four stops on the run was the Majestic Ventura Theater in Ventura, CA. The Majestic was treated to a classic Weir/Dead show with tunes like “Black-Throated Wind,” “New Speedway Boogie” and “Loser.”
Phil Salazar joined Weir, Was and Lane in the second set and played the fiddle on “Friend of the Devil,” “Birdsong,” “All Along the Watchtower,” and “Franklin’s Tower.”
After the Sol Festival, Bobby’s next run is with Dead and Company for their mini-tour at the end of October and beginning of November.
Hell in a Bucket
Only a River
Good Morning, School Girl
Easy to Slip
Friend of the Devil (with Phil Salazar on fiddle)
Birdsong (with Phil Salazar on fiddle)
New Speedway Boogie
All Along the Watchtower (Phil Salazar on fiddle)
Looks Like Rain
Franklin’s Tower (with Phil Salazar on fiddle)
Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door
Thanks to Brian Lee for the recording.
Photo credit: slickaphonic