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Alongside Lion Jeweler, Taylor Jeweler, Lee Pardini as well as Trevor Menear of Dawes, along with vocalist Nicki Bluhm as well as Terrapin Household Band/Midnight North guitar player Grahame Lesh, Grateful Dead bassist as well as long time road-warrior Phil Lesh covered his last program at the Brooklyn Dish Nashville on July 31.
An up-tempo “Bertha” established the night off right, as well as the band remained to go through a variety of Grateful Dead faves via the night.
By the center of established one, “Buddy of the Adversary” paved the way to a cover of Smokey Robinson’s “I 2nd That Feeling,” which lots of in the group recognized as one of the Jerry Garcia Band’s preferred cars.
The Lesh-composed “Box of Rainfall” finished the very first fifty percent, as well as for their 6th as well as last collection of the run, Lesh & & Pals threw away no time at all, doing “Seem like an Unfamiliar person,” “Easy Wind” as well as “He’s Gone,” prior to a great “Approximated Prophet”> > “Depending on the Moon” section.
Nonetheless, it was the night’s “Surge” repetition that genuinely reverberated the night’s psychological heft.
Wrote the Brooklyn Dish Nashville after that, “Our spirits have actually been fed with the precious songs that’s ended up being the soundtrack to our lives, as well as the power as well as happiness in the space each evening seemed like real magic. Thanks to Phil Lesh as well as his extraordinary schedule of close friends, as well as thanks, Nashville, for making these 3 evenings an experience we will certainly always remember!”
Look into the complete setlist as well as clips from the program listed below:
July 31, 2021
Brooklyn Dish Nashville
Establish I: Bertha, Satisfaction of Cucamonga, Loser, Good Friend of the Evil One, I 2nd That Feeling, Right Here Comes Sunlight, Box of Rainfall
Establish II: Seem Like an Unfamiliar Person, Easy Wind, He’s Gone, Approximated Prophet> > Depending On the Moon, Eyes of the Globe, The Songs Never Stopped