Bob Weir continued his string of Colorado shows on Wednesday night, highlighting his second Red Rocks gig with the back half of the “Terrapin Station” suite, “Terrapin Transit”> “At A Siding”> “Terrapin Flyer”> “Terrapin Station Refrain.” (This marked the first time Weir performed these tunes since his LOCKN’ 2017 outing with Phil Lesh.)
Naturally, Weir was joined by his extended Wolf Bros band including drummer Jay Lane, bassist Don Was, keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, pedal steel master Greg Leisz and The Wolfpack string/horn section.
Other highlights included the Rob Wasserman cut “Easy Answers” and the Jerry Garcia ode to SF “Mission in the Rain,” as well as a standout “Eyes of the World”> “What’s Going On”> “Eyes of the World” jam.
Read night one’s recap here.
Bob Weir & Wolf bros will continue their Colorado run at Vail’s Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater stage on June 11 and 12.
Check out Wednesday’s full setlist and watch a clip of the band’s opener below:
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros
June 9, 2021
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colo.
Set I: The Music Never Stopped> Easy Answers, Mission in the Rain, Only a River, Friend of the Devil, Looks Like Rain, Cassidy
Set II: Me and My Uncle, Estimated Prophet> Eyes of the World> What’s Going On> Eyes of the World Reprise, Terrapin Transit*> At a Siding> Terrapin Flyer> Terrapin Station Refrain*> Days Between> China Cat Sunflower> I Know You Rider
LTP: LOCKN’ 2017