The band for the last program included TXR regulars Stu Allen, Reed Mathis, Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz, Mookie Siegel and also unique visitor Scott Guberman.
Phil Lesh‘s Terrapin Crossroads location in San Rafael, The golden state held its last show on Sunday. A three-set show including TXR regulars Stu Allen, Lebo (Dan Lebowitz), Reed Mathis, Mookie Siegel and also Scott Guberman that finished with a stunning variation of the Grateful Dead traditional “Surge” was held outdoors on the Yard Phase in Coastline Park to accompany the 2nd day of a charity garage sale.
Stu Allen & & Mars Resort played what was up until this previous weekend break the last program at Terrapin Crossroads on Sunday, October 31. Phil Lesh and also his other half, Jill posted a statement formally revealing the closure a couple of days later on. “We discovered all feasible choices in an effort to maintain Terrapin at its existing place, however after thoroughly taking into consideration a variety of different collaborations and also partnerships, we chose that the very best point for us, and also for Terrapin, was to bid goodbye– in the meantime,” created Phil and also Jill as component of their note. “Because spirit, while Terrapin’s time at its existing place might be ending, we understand that Terrapin Crossroads was never ever a place– it was an area. We wish to see you all quickly, in some type, someplace in the future.”
Terrapin Crossroads initially opened its doors in 2012. All 5 artists that carried out on the Yard Phase on Sunday had a lengthy background of playing the location going back to its very early days. Allen, Lebo, Mathis and also Siegel developed the core band for the other day’s show with keyboardist Scott Guberman signing up with the team for 2 tracks in the 3rd collection along with the “Surge” repetition.
While initial GD outcome was stood for by “Surge,” “Simply A Little Light,” “Comes A Time” and also “Driver,” Sunday’s setlist worked out past Grateful Dead standards. Covers of Kris Kristofferson’s “Me As well as Bobby McGee,” Jimmy High cliff’s “Being in Limbo,” Paul Simon’s “Graceland,” Tom Petty & & The Heartbreakers’ “Last Dancing With Mary Jane” and also Bob Dylan’s “Infant, Allow Me Follow You Down” were amongst tracks played the other day.
Enjoy the beautiful “Surge” that apparently will work as the last notes executed at Terrapin Crossroads thanks to Deadheadland:
Establish One: Crossroads sa, Me and also Bobby McGee dl, Collision on the Dam (Down in the Flooding) rm, Being in Limbo ms, Set Sally sa
Establish 2: Comes A Time sa, Fatality Do not Have No Grace dl, Little Sadie sa, Graceland rm, Into the Mystic ms, Driver dl, Mom You Got On My Mind sa
Establish 3: Mrs. Robinson sa, Harder They Come dl, Standing in the Entrance rm ms, Last Dancing With Mary Jane as, Simply a Little Light sg+, Like a Roadway dl, Wrecked as, Guy Smart, Female More intelligent sa dl, Infant Allowed Me Follow You Down sa +
Repetition: Surge +
[Hat Tip – Jambands.com]