Phil Lesh returned to his Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA, on Saturday night for another round of Dead Blues, which saw the Grateful Dead bassist team up with a similar crew from Friday night’s performance, including North Mississippi Allstars’ Luther and Cody Dickinson, John Medeski, Roosevelt Collier and Grahame Lesh, plus The London Souls’ Tash Neal and singer-songwriter JD Simo.

Like night one on Friday, Lesh and company ran through a number of blues and folk classics, like “Hey Bo Diddley,” “I’m a King Bee” and “In the Pines,” plus covers of Bob Dylan’s “Gotta Serve Somebody” and The Beatles’ “Get Back.” The group also fit in some tunes from the Dead catalog, like “Sugaree,” “Fire On the Mountain” and “Going Down the Road Feeling Bad.”

The full show was streamed for free via and can be viewed below, along with the full setlist as it appears in our Box Scores section. Lesh returns to Terrapin Crossroads tonight for a Friends show featuring the Dickinsons, Medeski, Anders Osborne and a special guest. That performance will also be available as a free webcast via nugs.

Phil Lesh & Friends
Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, CA

Hey Bo Diddley> C.C. Rider, Stealin’, Big Railroad Blues> I’m a King Bee, Big River, Big River, Sugaree, I Know You Rider Jam, Around and Around> In the Pines> Spoonful> Gotta Serve Somebody, Fire On the Mountain> Going Down the Road Feeling Bad

Enc: Get Back, Let’s Go Get Stoned coda