Keller Williams and bluegrass quintet The Hillbenders have teamed up to form PettyGrass, a group that will perform select Tom Petty covers “in a rollicking bluegrass style.”The new project has its origins in a number of Tom Petty covers that Williams put together for a Society For the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals benefit back in 2015. After Petty’s surprising death in the fall of 2017 Williams and longtime collaborator Jeff Covert released the recordings as a tribute to the rock icon.“There is nothing like a room full of people singing along to the same song,” Williams says in a statement. “With his untimely passing, these songs have been pushed to the forefront of my mind and it seems like as good a time as any to celebrate, publicly, the music of Tom Petty. Luckily, The Hillbenders share my passion for this music and it just so happens that they are kick ass pickers who have amazing attention to detail. These Petty songs lend themselves quite easily to bluegrass and by the end of the night, the audience will more than likely be singing in harmony.”“We’ll do at least 15 songs, the ones everybody knows, and maybe dive into some other Petty stuff, too,” Williams tells Billboard. “Most are three minutes long or so. That’s how simple they are. But we can really dig into these arrangements and kind of find little spaces to stretch out into more of an improv thing and then come back into arrangements. It should be really great.”As Williams explains of the project, “I’m very self-indulgent in terms of entertaining myself first. I put a lot of emphasis on me having fun. I can’t be expected to entertain an audience if I can’t have fun myself, can I?”Williams and The Hillbenders will take PettyGrass on the road this summer for a series of festival sets, including performances at the Redwood Ramble in Navarro, CA and FloydFest in Floyd, VA. You can listen to a number of the Petty covers that Williams released last year below.As previously reported, an autopsy recently revealed that Tom Petty died of a mixed drug overdose. Examiners found a wide array of pain meds in his system, including Fentanyl, oxycodone, and generic Xanax, as well as a sleep aid and an antidepressant.For more information on Keller Williams’ PettyGrass and his various other projects, head to his website.[Photo: Petty: From Super Bowl; Williams: Emily Butler]
A “major concert featuring Dead & Company” has been proposed for this summer at a Jackson Hole, Wyoming-area ranch, according to a report from the Jackson Hole News & Guide. The report comes courtesy of James Deighan, owner of event production company Highline Sports and Entertainment.The event was officially brought to the attention of Teton County commissioners when Deighan made a public comment at a Board of Commissioners meeting yesterday morning. He stated that his company has filed an official application for the necessary county permit to hold an August concert event on the Gill property in South Park. [Note: Yes, you read that right. The proposed event would take place in a town called South Park…South Park, WY, that is.]Dieghan estimated that 15,000 – 20,000 people would attend the proposed Dead & Company show in South Park, WY (outside Jackson Hole), and went through his company’s previous experience conducting events of this scale, including producing shows for the Zac Brown Band, the Jackson Hole Rendezvous Festival and more.The ranch property in question is in a rural zone, which allows local landowners to host a limited number of outdoor receptions without a conditional use permit. For this event, a special event permit from the county would be required.“The only caveat is we are up against a little bit of time…to properly plan this event and execute it in the proper fashion that not only the town deserves but the event itself as well,” Dieghan explained in the meeting. However, they have ambitious plans for making this proposal come to fruition. As the Jackson Hole News & Guide explains, the production company is prepared to devise plans for handling traffic, crowd control and parking in partnership with a third-party logistics company that has helped produce the Super Bowl each year since ’83.Dead & Company has already announced their 2018 Summer Tour plans, though their August is, as of now, totally clear. Considering the fact that the proposed space is not an existing venue, this event would involve intensive levels of production and infrastructure setup to make the ranch conducive to hosting a large-scale concert. In fact, it would take festival-like levels of production…The story is still developing, Dead & Company has not made any public comment regarding the proposed concert, and it’s late in the game for this summer, so this may be a non-starter. But until we know more, we can let our imaginations run wild about the possibility of a festival-type concert in a tiny, quaint town in the mountains…called South Park.[via GIPHY][Cover photo: Phierce Photo by Keith G.; Instagram: @PhiercePhoto][h/t – Jackson Hole News & Guide]
Melvin Seals & JGB have just announced that the group’s vocalists, Cheryl Rucker and Shirley Starks, will be leaving. In their stead, the band has tapped a pair of new singers, Lady Chi and Sunshine Becker.In a statement the band noted:As we push forward and grow as a band, we want to sincerely thank Cheryl Rucker and Shirley Starks for their many years of singing and touring with Melvin Seals and JGB. We, as the Keepers of the Flame, strive to be the greatest band we can be. To best serve Jerry Garcia’s music, and with the fans in our best interest, we’d like to introduce the two ladies that will be taking the reins: Lady Chi and Sunshine (Garcia) Becker. We can’t wait to show you how this lineup sounds on our upcoming tour!As Rucker and Starks move out of their positions as Melvin Seals & JGB’s longtime vocalist, they are leaving the group in good hands. Becker previously sang with Furthur and Lady Chi has collaborated with acts including P-Funk and Con Brio.Lady Chi and Sunshine Becker will begin their tenure with Melvin Seals & JGB during the group’s upcoming Run For The Roses Spring Tour, with their first performances falling at the end of this month with two dates in California on February 24th and 25th. For ticketing information, head over to the band’s website here. Melvin Seals & JGB Run For The Roses Spring Tour:^3.1.18 The Stone Pony – Asbury Park NJ^3.2.18 The Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NY3.3.18 Penn’s Peak – Jim Thorpe, PA3.4.18 Port City Music Hall – Portland, ME3.6.18 The Rusty Nail – Stowe, VT3.8.18 Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center – Plymouth, NH> 3.9.18 The Ardmore Music Hall – Ardmore, PA *3.10.18 The Cabot – Beverly, MA3.11.18 The Haunt – Ithaca, NY3.12.18 JCC CenterStage – Rochester, NY3.13.18 The Rex Theater – PIttsburgh, PA3.14.18 Woodlands Tavern, Columbus, OH3.15.18 The Vogue Theatre – Indianapolis, IN> 3.16.18 Park West – Chicago, IL #> 3.17.18 Old Rock House – St Louis, MO &3.18.18 Founders Brewing Co. – Grand Rapids, MI3.20.18 Salvage Station – Asheville, NC3.21.18 Neighborhood Theatre, Charlotte, NC3.22.18 5 Points Music Sanctuary – Roanoke, VA3.23.18 The Cohoes Music Hall – Cohoes, NY3.24.18 Rock n Roll Resort – Kerhonkson, NY^ w/ John Kadlecik – Solo Acousti’Lectric* w/ Toubab Krewe# w/ Terrapin Flyer& w/ The Travelin’ McCourys
In March, Google will begin formally enforcing a new set of rules for ticket resale sites—both independent broker sites and well-known and largescale marketplaces like StubHub—and how they’re advertised on the company’s web-search platform. Given the high volume of complaints from both venues and promoters, Google’s new rules for ticket scalpers, as detailed by Billboard, will require that sites “complete a certification program and agree to a number of transparency requirements about how tickets are procured, priced and marketed to boost their search engine results through paid advertising and keyword buying on AdWords.”Google is also banning a number of deceptive practices used to manipulate consumers into believing that scalping sites are the legitimate primary ticket sellers, rather than secondary markets. For example, scalping sites that have purchased deceptive URLs like RogerWatersTickets.com will no longer be allowed, and all scalping sites must clearly explain at the top of their website that they are a secondary market. The sites will also no longer be able to use words like “official” or “box office” in their advertising.The group is also taking on the common practice of ticket resale sites marking up the price of tickets without consumers being aware. As such, resellers must prominently display when ticket prices are higher than face value. In reaction to this, larger ticket marketplaces like StubHub have added disclosures stating “prices may be higher or lower than face value” at the top of their sites. Google is also requiring that a price breakdown—including taxes and additional fees and a comparison to the face value of the ticket—be present during checkout and before the customer provides any payment information.To ensure that secondary markets are following these new rules, companies must submit an application showing compliance and get an official Google certification, which takes around a week, as noted by Billboard. However, in the fall, Patrick Ryan with Eventellect, a ticket pricing and distribution company, told Amplify, why disclosure of face value might ultimately be difficult for Google to monitor accurately:It will likely be impossible for Google to sell keywords to resale sites if they remain strict about the disclosure of face value. … It’s just impossible to properly define face value because some tickets resold were bought at a lower season ticket price, some at a single event price, and some at an inflated premium price.Regardless, these new rules have been widely praised since their announcement last year, with Ryan noting that the enforcement of these new policies “could be the biggest news in ticketing.” As David Graff, Google’s Senior Director for Trust & Safety and Global Product Policy noted in a blog post in early February, “Transparency, trust and safety for our users will always be top priorities for Google. We remain dedicated to ensuring that the ads our users see are helpful, relevant and trustworthy.”While these rules mark a step in the right direction, we’d like to respectfully remind all of our readers of the existence of CashorTrade.org, a website dedicated to “embracing the face” when purchasing or trading for tickets.
Animal Collective will perform their fifth studio album Sung Tongs in its entirety at 17 shows when they embark on a tour of Europe and the United States this summer. The concerts will feature a limited lineup of David Portner (aka Avey Tare) and Noah Lennox (aka Panda Bear).Originally released in 2004 to much critical acclaim, Sung Tongs was recorded by Portner and Lennox without the other two members of Animal Collective. The band performed the album in full live for the first time ever at Pitchfork’s 21st birthday celebration in 2017 in New York City, just as they will this June and July on the road.Animal Collective – Sung Tongs [Live In Full] – Pitchfork 21st Birthday Celebration[Video: Pitchfork]The newly-announced tour will kick off in London, U.K. on June 12th before the European leg wraps up in Athens, Greece on June 23rd. Porter and Lennox will then head to the United States, where they will get started in New York City on July 20th and finish up in Los Angeles on July 31st. Supporting acts Laraaji and Lonnie Holiday are slated to open for them at a handful of the American dates.Tickets for the Sung Tongs tour will go on sale to the general public on Friday, March 31st. See below for a full list of dates. Animal Collective Sung Tongs Tour Dates:June 12 London, UK @ TroxyJune 13 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso NoordJune 14 Berlin, Germany @ HeimathafenJune 15 Copenhagen, Denmark @ VegaJune 17 Paris, France @ TrianonJune 19 Barcelona, Spain @ Sala ApoloJune 20 Madrid, Spain @ Joy EslavaJune 21 Lisbon, Portugal @ Teatro CapitolioJune 23 Athens, Greece @ Summer Nostos FestivalJuly 20 New York, NY @ Town Hall^July 21 Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre^July 23 Austin, TX @ Paramount Theatre*July 25 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre*July 27 Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre*July 29 Seattle, WA @ The Moore Theatre*July 30 Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater*July 31 Los Angeles, CA @ The Theatre at Ace Hotel*^w/ Laraaji *w/ Lonnie HolleyView All Tour Dates
Friday night’s highly anticipated debut performance of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead in the capital city of Albany, New York was nothing short of jaw-dropping. While many Upstate deadheads have taken the 3-hour journey southbound to see the boys in their Brooklyn Bowl home turf, most the crowd in the sold-out Palace Theatre were experiencing the glory for their first time.An appropriately placed “Feel Like A Stranger” assured the room that it would be a long, long, crazy, crazy night. The five strangers on stage introduced themselves to the Palace in an all-too-authentic JRAD way by mixing the distinct sound of the Grateful Dead with the high-energy improvisations that fans have come to love in their almost 150 shows. Seamlessly transitioning into “Help On The Way” was the first of many awe-inspiring and unique transitions in the night. Marco Benevento hopped back and forth from organ to grand piano and provided a gorgeous yet rambunctious solo while transitioning into the classic “Slipknot” section of the one-two Blues for Allah punch.After the calming and celestial board work from Benevento, drummer Joe Russo slammed his foot on the gas for a peel-out transition into “The Wheel.” Guitarist Tom Hamilton sonically connected with Russo to appease the Upstate Phish fanbase with a kid-tested, mother approved “Bathtub Gin” tease. Bassist Dave Dreiwitz came knocking at the door, Lesh-like with bass-bombs that rattled the upper deck of the theatre during the spacier part of the jam. Local Grateful Dead tour veterans thought back to a time almost exactly 25 years ago when Jerry Garcia sang the tune down the street at the Knickerbocker Arena which is featured on the fan-favorite live album, Dozin’ at the Knick.Hamilton tipped his hat to Jerry during an extra special solo in “Uncle John’s Band”, yet another highlight of the first quarter of the show. The version contained elements of a 90’s hip-hop backbeat and for good measure, the quintet threw in a “Poison” sample by Bell Biv DeVoe. Guitarist Scott Metzger shined during the bouncy flow into “Truckin’”, which the band took on an extended test-drive before peppering in another Phish tease with “Chalkdust Torture”. Although the band was technically truckin’ back from Buffalo as they played Syracuse’s Landmark Theatre the night before, the lyrics of the Grateful Dead greatest-hit always induce serious excitement from any New York crowd.A silky “Music Never Stopped” reprise had some members of the capacity audience howling for “The Other One” only to be pleasantly faked out. The 5-piece continued to pull rabbits of the hat with a surprising jam that contained elements of a high energy “Born-Cross Eyed” that could have dropped into “The Other One” (or “Crosseyed and Painless” at this point) but instead took fans into set break.Set two kicked off with a mellow and slow-building “Reuben & Cherise”, which brought forth a flood of teases including yet another Phish nod in “Divided Sky” where Tommy Hamilton channeled Trey Anastasio again. With a Tweezer-esque energy, the band blasted off into the highlight of the second set “Viola Lee Blues”. The rollercoaster jam drifted into an out-of-left-field takeover by Benevento and brought some of us back to the days where there was only The Duo. A funky guitar exchange by Hamilton and Metzger was later combated with a Dreiwitz / Russo collaboration that let everyone in on the fun. The colossal reprise featured elements of “Happiness Is A Warm Gun” and “Lady Madonna” by Hamilton and Benevento which may have been foreshadowed during the all-Beatles set break mix. When the jam finally fizzled out, the crowd once again found themselves falling into a deep “Foam” tease, capping off the unprecedented four-song tease-pack celebrating the quartet from Vermont.Watch the second-set opener below, courtesy of nugs.tv.As if the show wasn’t hot enough, a “Jack Straw” for the ages reminded JRAD rookies the importance of first impressions, and they surely delivered. Instead of singing the final lyrics “we can share the women we can share the wine”, Hamilton and the crew instead instrumentally faded away into “So Many Roads”. To keep the theme of “roads” present, Joe Russo led his crew into a rowdy “Goin’ Down The Road Feelin’ Bad” that had even the old timers out of their seats. After an instrumental “We Bid You Goodnight,” Russo tossed one of his drumsticks into the grateful crowd hopeful that they would see him and the band for one more song.“Magnificent Sanctuary Band” may have been recorded by Jerry Garcia, but it never made it to the stage for a live performance. Benevento’s mastery on the grand piano only added to the soulful voice of Hamilton during the well-placed song to leave behind in Albany. In the Donny Hathaway version of the encore tune, there is an introduction spoken by Hathaway that couldn’t be more appropriate for summing up JRAD’s first show at the Palace Theatre: “Well try to imagine with me if you will, that you were the first to see the band coming down the way, growing bigger and bigger, and your heart pounding harder and harder.”You can listen to the full show audio below, courtesy of Brian Goldstein:Joe Russo’s Almost Dead plays their final show of the short and sweet run at The State Theatre in Portland, Maine on Saturday night.Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | The Palace Theatre | Albany, NY | 3/16/18Set One (8:43PM – 10:01PM): Feel Like A Stranger > Help On The Way -> Slipknot! @ -> The Wheel # -> Uncle John’s Band $ -> Truckin’ % -> Music Never Stopped Reprise -> Born Cross-eyed JamSet Two (10:40PM – 12:14AM) Jam -> Ruben & Cerise ^ -> Viola Lee Blues -> 9 to 5 Jam -> Viola Lee Blues Reprise + -> Jam & -> Jack Straw * -> So Many Roads -> Going Down The Road Feeling Bad -> We Bid You Goodnight (Instrumental)E: Magnificent Sanctuary [email protected] – With an MB Solo# – With “Bathtub Gin” (Phish) Teases & Jams$ – With a “Poison” (Bell Biv DeVoe) Tease (JR) & a “Mama, I’m Coming Home” (Ozzy Osbourne) Tease (TH)% – With a “Chalkdust Torture” (Phish) Tease (TH)^ – With a “Divided Sky” (Phish) Tease (TH), a “Let My Love Open the Door” (Pete Townshend) Tease (TH) and a “Paradise City” (Guns N Roses) Tease (Band)+ – With a Unknown Tease (SM) & a “Cavern” (Phish) Tease (JR)& – With “Foam” (Phish) Teases & Jams* – With a “Llama” (Phish) Tease (JR), Ruben & Cerise Teases & GDTRFB Teases (TH)
Breckenridge Brewery Hootenanny, a one-day music festival hosted by the Littleton, Colorado brewery, will go down this summer on July 7th. Entering its 28th year, the day-long celebration of music and beer has tapped a solid lineup this year, which is topped by a headlining set by Phish bassist Mike Gordon. The festival will also see performances by Hard Working Americans–the supergroup featuring members of Widespread Panic, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, and Great American Taxi–and young bluegrass guitar prodigy Billy Strings.Moving on down the lineup, Drew Emmitt and Andy Thorn of Leftover Salmon will invite friends Eddie Roberts of The New Mastersounds, Daniel Rodriguez and Dango Rose of Elephant Revival, and Joe Lessard of Head for the Hills for a special collaborative set. The 28th annual Breckenridge Brewery Hootenanny will also see performances by The Sweet Lillies, The Teskey Brothers, Coral Creek, Woodshed Red, and Brothers of Brass.In addition to eight hours of stellar music, the event will also feature a food truck court, brewery education, and, of course, lots of delicious beer. Both general admission and VIP tickets for the Breckenridge Brewery Hootenanny are on sale and can be purchased here. VIP tickets offer unlimited beer and food all day, premier and shaded viewing areas, and a special gift. For more information about the festival, you can head to Breckenridge Brewery’s website here.
[Video: Jam Cruise]Last week, the fourth annual Brooklyn Comes Alive announced its return to Brooklyn’s beloved Williamsburg neighborhood on September 29th for an all-day music marathon at Brooklyn Bowl, Music Hall of Williamsburg and Rough Trade. The one-of-a-kind, multi-venue event also announced that for the first time ever, Jam Cruise will present its beloved staple, the Jam Room, on land, giving artists the chance to collaborate in an open and relaxed atmosphere. Three hosts, who will be announced in the coming weeks, will be hand-picked to curate the special extended late-night jam sessions, for the first-ever land edition of this fan and artist favorite.Brooklyn Comes Alive also recently released its 2018 musical lineup. Tickets are on sale NOW on Eventbrite. Visit BrooklynComesAlive.com for more information. Today, Jam Cruise has released a brand-new pro-shot video from Andy Frasco & The U.N.‘s daytime performance on Jam Cruise 16. The video captures the band’s ridiculous antics during the song “It’s Been A Struggle”, a frantic, high-energy tune off the band’s 2014 album, Half A Man.Andy Frasco & The U.N. were one of the most buzzed-about acts on the boat this year. Led by the group’s charismatic vocalist, pianist, and bandleader Andy Frasco, each performance saw the band invite numerous special guests. However, Frasco and company’s shows are more than just a concert, but rather a booze-fueled display of debauchery, complete with stage-diving, beer dousing, and Frasco’s hilarious banter throughout.The recently released video from Jam Cruise shows Andy Frasco & The U.N. at their finest. There’s plenty of hilarious commentary from Frasco, numerous blistering solos from pretty much everyone on stage, a bunch of instrument switches, and a wild guest collaboration with the Spoonfed Tribe on drums. The song ends with a shreddy heavy-metal guitar solo, which sees two members of the band playing the same guitar, making for a ridiculous outro to the tune. Check it out for yourself below:Andy Frasco – “Struggle” [Pro-Shot]
Earlier this week, news surfaced that a deal is in the works to sell iconic New Orleans venue Tipitina’s in light of recent lawsuits and financial insecurity, according to a report from local New Orleans news outlet WWL-TV. The reported plans to sell Tipitina’s come as its longtime owner, Roland Von Kurnatowski, faces a number of lawsuits from investors surrounding bounced checks and unpaid debts totalling nearly $3M.Initially, the identity of the venue’s potential buyers and their plans for the space were unclear. WWL-TV now reports that multiple sources close to the negotiations have confirmed that local funk-outfit Galactic has been working on a deal to purchase the iconic Big Easy venue from Von Kurnatowski.Galactic has a longstanding history with Tipitina’s that dates back to the early 1990’s, when the band was called Galactic Prophylactic. Galactic was started by Stanton Moore, Robert Mercurio, Ben Ellman, Jeff Raines, and Rich Vogel, who were students at Tulane and Loyola universities and ended up settling in the Uptown area of New Orleans around Tipitina’s. With their mentor Theryl DeClouet joining the band to assist on lead vocals, Galactic gained popularity around town and quickly started selling out shows at the iconic club. Moore, as well as fellow bandmates, have also had longtime involvement with the Tipitina’s Foundation started by Von Kurnatowski and his wife, Mary, which helps bring and teach music to kids in New Orleans.Tipitina’s was originally founded by a group of New Orleans music fans as a performance venue for local musical legend Professor Longhair. It’s named for one of Longhair’s most famous songs, “Tipitina”, which has since become a beloved NOLA standard. Von Kurnatowski bought the venue in 1996, and while he was reportedly unaware of its particular history, he has since been dedicated to preserving its identity. As WWL-TV notes, the couple would likely have to stop using the Tipitina’s name for the foundation should they choose to sell the venue.WWL-TV also notes that, “Several sources associated with the club have said they hope Galactic buys Tipitina’s to keep it alive as a cultural touchstone on the New Orleans live music scene. Members of the band declined to confirm that the deal was in the works, but people with direct knowledge of the negotiations said it has been for some time and could be finalized soon.”[H/T WWL-TV]
For the 95th edition of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead‘s “Taper” series, the Grateful Dead-inspired band has released the soundboard recording from their performance at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY on January 20th, 2019. The show marked the band’s third and final performance of the weekend at their January run at The Cap.The show began with the band wasting no time in tearing into the groovy flow of “Althea” with Tom Hamilton on vocals. Scott Metzger continued getting everyone warmed up with a first set Bob Weir cowboy tune for the third consecutive night, this time in the form of John Phillips‘ “Me & My Uncle”, which featured a blistering organ solo courtesy of Marco Benevento. Next came the classic combination of “China Cat Sunflower” and “I Know You Rider”, with the band and audience unleashing waves of nearly-uncontrollable energy by the time the latter half of the transition began. They continued by tearing into “Cream Puff War”, the Dead’s counterculture-era anthem from their 1967 debut, followed by “Let It Grow” to end the first set.The band returned to the stage to start the second half of the show with “Here Comes Sunshine”, a track from 1973’s Wake of the Flood, followed by a 15-minute, gradually-building “Playing in the Band”. They then returned to the Wake of the Flood well for a 20-minute rendition of “Eyes Of the World”. The band continued their dance party into a loose and colorful performance of “Dancin’ In the Streets”, only to bring the audience back down to earth with “He’s Gone”. The energy didn’t stay down for long, however, as the room’s decibel level charged right back up for “Sugar Magnolia” into “Sunshine Daydream” combo followed by a brief instrumental version of “We Big You Goodnight”.Just as they’d done during the encore on the first two night’s of their Capitol Theatre run, the band returned to the stage alongside the show’s opener. This time it was Chris Harford, who helped JRAD perform a pair of Neil Young covers (“Words (Between the Lines of Age)” and “Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere”), recalling a similar collaboration during LOCKN’ performance last summer.Fans can tune into the show’s audio below to hear the thrilling encore, as well as the entire performance from Sunday.You can listen to the audio from the show below:Joe Russo’s Almost Dead – 1/20/2019[Audio: Peter Costello and Eric McRoberts]Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 1/20/2019Set One: Althea (Grateful Dead cover), Me & My Uncle (The Mamas and the Papas cover) > China Cat Sunflower (Grateful Dead cover) > I Know You Rider (traditional blues cover) > Cream Puff War (Grateful Dead cover) > Let It Grow (Grateful Dead cover)Set Two: Here Comes Sunshine (Grateful Dead cover) > Playin’ In the Band (Bob Weir cover) > Eyes Of the World (Grateful Dead cover) > Dancin’ In the Streets (Martha Reeves and The Vandellas cover) > He’s Gone (Grateful Dead cover) > Sugar Magnolia (Grateful Dead cover) > Sunshine Daydream (Grateful Dead cover) > We Bid You Goodnight** (traditional)Encore: Words (Between the Lines of Age)* (Neil Young cover), Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere* (Neil Young cover)*with Chris Harford** Instrumental Only