God Street Wine Jams With Uncle Phil @ Terrapin Crossroads

Following last night’s webcast at TRI Studios, the members of God Street Wine headed to another venue owned by a member of the Grateful Dead when they assembled at Phil Lesh’s Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael. This after-party turned into a performance as the recently reunited band took the stage for an eight-song set in which they were joined by the Grateful Dead / Furthur bassist for covers of Hey Pocky Way, Into The Mystic, Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues and another take on Candyman – which they had performed with Bob Weir earlier in the night.

[Photo by Mike Weiss]

The impromptu set started with romps through GSW classics Drive West and Waiting For The Tide. After covering Simple Twist of Fate, Lesh stepped up to replace GSW bassist Dan Pifer on the aforementioned tunes. Pifer returned for the final song of the evening – The Other Shore. God Street Wine heads over to Mill Valley for a pair of performances at Sweetwater Music Hall tonight and tomorrow.

Set: Drive West, Waiting For The Tide, Simple Twist of Fate, Hey Pocky Way*, Into The Mystic*, Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues*, Candyman*, The Other Shore

* – w/ Phil Lesh, w/o Dan Pifer

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  1. the roamer Reply

    wow!!! the other shore – how apropos.

    can’t wait for the NYC bust outs next week.

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