On Sunday evening, guitarist Eric Krasno closed out his four night, eight-show residency at New York’s Blue Note jazz club, once again offering two sets with his house band for the run: keyboardist/vocalist Nigel Hall, drummer Louis Cato and bassist Chris Loftlin.

For the final two shows on Sunday, Krasno also welcomed previously announced guest bassist MonoNeon, along with surprise guest saxophonist James Casey, both of whom played with the band for both sets, while lap-steel guitar maestro Robert Randolph came out for just the later show.

Watch some clips of last night’s collaborations below via the Blue Note’s Twitter page, and check out a photo gallery from night one of Kraz’s run here. Next up on the guitarist’s schedule is a show with Phil Lesh & Friends at San Rafael, CA’s Terrapin Crossroads June 2.