Photos via @BobWeir on Twitter
Bob Weir was a surprise guest at Terrapin Crossroads on Saturday, May 15, joining Phil Lesh and his Terrapin Allstars for a trio of Grateful Dead favorites, including “West LA Fadeaway,” “Playing in the Band” and “One More Saturday Night.”
This marks Weir’s second surprise collaboration with Lesh in the span of two weeks.
“Another fun set of music at Phil’s place today,” he wrote afterwards via social media.
Previously, Weir jumped onstage at Terrapin Crossroads on May 1 for openers “St. Stephen,” “Uncle John’s Band” and “Shakedown Street.”
The core band on May 15 was made up of Lesh, his son Grahame, Old & In The Way favorite Peter Rowan, Scott Law, Jason Crosby, Dave Zirbel and John Molo.
Keyboardist Holly Bowling and string expert Aaron Redner also swapped in and out for a number of tunes
Check out the full setlist (via setlist.fm) and some more photos below:
May 15, 2021
Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, Calif.
Sugar Magnolia, Me and My Uncle*, Whiskey in the Jar*^, Don’t Ease Me In*, Stagger Lee, The Free Mexican Air Force*^, Midnite Moonlite, West L.A. Fadeaway*%, Playing in the Band%, One More Saturday Night*^%
Band featured Phil Lesh, Peter Rowan, Scott Law, Grahame Lesh, Dave Zirbel, Jason Crosby, John Molo
% with Bob Weir
^ with Holly Bowling
* with Aaron Redner