The Mooncussers

Bob Weir, Sammy Hagar, Jonathan Wilson and Jeff Chimenti joined the Mooncussers for “A Benefit For Wounded Veterans” last night at the Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, CA. It was Weir’s third appearance at the venue this week, after a surprise 65th birthday party on Tuesday and a sit in with Lukas Nelson on Thursday that included “Ripple,” among other songs.

The show kicked off with Hagar and Chimenti joining the Mooncussers on stage for “Not Fade Away.” Hagar provided vocals on that track before taking up Weir’s guitar for “Going Down” and “Rainy Day Women #12 & 35,” which he also sang. Hagar then turned the guitar over to his friend and neighbor Bob Weir, who joined the group for “Loose Lucy” before exiting the stage with with Hagar. The Mooncussers and Chimenti kept things going with a rendition of “Deep Elem Blues.”

Weir came out for a solo version of his song “Black-Throated Wind” before being joined by Jonathan Wilson for Jimmy Reed’s “Big Boss Man,” as well as “Loser.” The Mooncussers and Chimenti then came back on stage to close out the show with “Ramble On Rose” and “Mission In The Rain,” with Wilson providing vocals on both songs.

The Mooncussers are a band fronted by deadhead, and CNBC Senior Economics Reporter, Steve Liesman. The group consists of Steve Liesman on acoustic guitar and vocals, Peter Carucci on bass and vocals, Dan Chopper Carillo on drums and percussion and Dave Gross on mandolin. Proceeds from the show will go toward helping wounded veterans.