Warren Haynes Christmas Jam: The Setlists

The 23rd annual Christmas Jam took place last night at the Asheville Civic Center in Asheville, North Carolina. Host Warren Haynes kicked off the marathon evening of music with an acoustic performance of And It Stoned Me about seven hours before Gov’t Mule wrapped things up with a cover of The Doors’ When The Music’s Over. Along the way attendees saw a cover-heavy set from Kevn Kinney & The Christmas Family Band, a jazz-laden performance by Jeff Sipe and Bela Fleck’s band, the host sit in with Los Lobos on Bertha, Jimmy Herring guest with Phil and Friends and a show-closing set from Gov’t Mule that featured cameos from Jimmy Herring, Phil Lesh and Bill Evans.

Phil and Friends – Shakedown Street

Phil Lesh and the five-piece he put together for the event got the most stage time last night. The group tore through a set that included Grateful Dead classics and a cover of The Beatles’ She Said, She Said. Towards the end of Phil and Friends’ performance, Jimmy Herring, the guitarist from Lesh’s famed “Q” ensemble, came out to play lead on The Other One and Sugaree. Herring also was a guest of Gov’t Mule later in the night when he joined the quartet on Dear Prudence. The Mule set also featured a version of Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys featuring Lesh and sax star Bill Evans.

Here’s a look at everything that was played last night…

Warren Haynes
And It Stoned Me

Kevin Kinney & The Christmas Family Band
Never Gonna Change
Ain’t Waiting on Tomorrow
Breathe >
Rocket Man >
I’ve Got A Feeling

Bela Fleck/Jeff Sipe (with Jimmy Herring, Bill Evans, Taylor Lee & Casey Driessen)
Solo Improv >
Jed Clampett
Monkey See
Spanish Point
Scapegoat Blues
Soulgrass

Los Lobos
Neighborhood
Don’t Worry Baby
Revolution
Venganza de Los Pelados
Chuco’s Cumbia
I Walk Alone
Not Fade Away > Bertha with Warren Haynes

Phil Lesh & Friends (Warren Haynes, Jackie Greene, Jeff Chimenti & Joe Russo)
Shakedown Street >
Deal >
Viola Lee Blues >
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) >
Viola Lee Blues >
China Cat Sunflower >
I Know You Rider
Dark Star >
She Said, She Said >
Dark Star >
Wharf Rat >
The Other One > with Jimmy Herring
Sugaree with Jimmy Herring

Encore
Angel Band

Gov’t Mule
Railroad Boy
Beautifully Broken
Thorazine Shuffle
Banks Of The Deep End
Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys with Bill Evans & Phil Lesh
Dear Prudence with Jimmy Herring
Inside Outside Woman Blues
When The Music’s Over

[via Mule.net]

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12 thoughts on “Warren Haynes Christmas Jam: The Setlists

  1. Dylan F Reply

    I was there! It was an incredible night of music. I felt so lucky to be there to witness the return of Lesh & Friends and Mule!

  2. Jake Reply

    Thank you, Warren, for another magical Jam! It stoned me to my soul until the music was over!

    With all those video cameras running last night, I hope a DVD will be produced soon.

    Asheville is without a doubt the coolest little city in America!

    • matt Reply

      they have filmed each jam for the last 3 or 4 years and no dvds yet so don’t get too excited.

  3. Bryan F. Reply

    Jay Russo?

  4. Ian Reply

    That was such a great show. May have imagined it but it seems there was a NFA in the Los Lobos set. Thanks for posting this list!

  5. KJM Reply

    What a great show! I brought my son, 12, and he got really sleep by 1 AM so we missed Mule.. still had an amazing time.. Los Lobos did Not Fade Away I thought, either before or after Bertha.. I think they ended their set with that.. Bertha–> Not Fade Away…

    Thanks for posting the lists!

  6. mccjeff Reply

    Los Lobos did play NFA into Bertha. They also played a Rattlesnake Shake that crushed.

  7. Jenny Reply

    It was Amazing the best bdya trip i couldve asked for I’ve never heard a more beatuiful Dear Prudence

  8. KJM Reply

    OK.. it was NFA into Bertha.. My mind must be programmed from the hundreds of dead shows where NFA was usually last.. What a night!

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