SETLIST & Video Trey Anastasio acoustic sit in w Bob Weir on Lady Gaga cover and more at Wanee Festival 4-22-2017



Bob Weir and the Campfire Band
Steve Kimock, Bryan Devendorf, Scott Devendorf, Aaron Dessner, Jon Shaw, Josh Kaufman
– and *Trey Anastasio

Wanee Festival

Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
Live Oak, FL
Saturday, April 22, 2017

Set I
Two Djinn > (solo)
Corrina > (solo)
Two Djinn (solo)
Deep Elem Blues* > (w/Trey)
Friend of the Devil* (w/Trey)
Bird Song* (w/Trey)
Miss You* (Trey on vocals)
Million Reasons* (duet)
Darkest Hour
Ghost Towns
Cottonwood Lullaby
Shakedown Street
New Minglewood Blues
Jack Straw

Set II
Dark Star >
Playing in the Band >
Eyes of the World >
The Other One >
Morning Dew

E: Not Fade Away >
Ripple

Scrivener/Turtle

Bob Weir and Trey Anastasio acoustic:
Million Reasons (Lady Gaga cover)

Bird Song > Miss You

Friend of the Devil

Bob Weir solo acoustic
Two Djinn

Setlist: Bob Weir and the Campfire Band, Wanee Music FestivalLive Oak, FL, Friday April 21, 2017

Setlist: Bob Weir and the Campfire Band, Wanee Music FestivalLive Oak, FL, Friday April 21, 2017



Bob Weir at Wannee 4.21.2017 photo 📷 by Vintage Dead


Friday, April 21, 2017
Bob Weir and the Campfire Band
– Steve Kimock, Bryan Devendorf,
Scott Devendorf, Jon Shaw, Aaron Dessner, Josh Kaufman
Wanee Music Festival
Live Oak, FL

Easy to Slip (solo)
When I Paint My Masterpiece (solo)
Blue Mountain (solo)
Lay My Lily Down
Me and my Uncle
Gonesville
Only a River
Tennessee Jed
West L. A. Fadeaway
Cassidy
Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door
China Cat Sunflower >
I Know You Rider
Goin’ Down the Road Feeling Bad

Scrivener/Turtle

Oh yeah, #Wanee2017 Friday fun with #BobWeir and #CampfireTour: Rider > Encore: Going down the road ⚡️🔥🍑

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SETLIST and VIDEO: Wednesday, 4.19 ~ Bicycle Day Songs to Phil the Air




SETLIST and VIDEO:
Wednesday, 4.19 ~ Bicycle Day Songs to Phil the AirApril 19, 2017,

Phil Lesh and Friends, and the Terrapin Nation, celebrating Dr. Albert Hofmann’s 1943 Bicycle Ride home. It was the first ever documented Long Strange Trip. In the Terrapin Backyard  a commemorative Songs to Phil the Air.

Bicycle Day Songs To Phil The Air
4:20pm

Phil Lesh, Barry Sless, Alex Koford, Scott Guberman
Free Show, All Ages

Let It Rock AK
Friend of the Devil PL
Tons Of Steel SG
Dirty Business AK
Cold Rain And Snow PL
Eyes of the World AK
Pain My Masterpiece SG
Half Step Mississippi Uptown Toodle Loo PL
It’s Aall Over Now Baby Blue AK
Ripple – ALL


Grateful Dead Documentary LONG STRANGE TRIP – Special Mill Valley screening – Sweetwater AFTER PARTY w Kimock and Friends

Grateful Dead Documentary LONG STRANGE TRIP – Special Mill Valley screening – Sweetwater AFTER PARTY w Kimock and Friends



MILL VALLEY CA: The much anticipated and gratefully lauded Grateful Dead documentary, LONG STRANGE TRIP, – is having a special Mill Valley matinee screening at the CinéArts Sequoia, as part of the California Film Institutes  DOCLANDS event. LONG STRANGE TRIP Mill Valley May 14th tickets are available here
DOCLANDS: Long Strange Trip, Sunday, May 14, 2017 2:00 PM

DOCLANDS: Long Strange Trip, Sunday, May 14, 2017 2:00 PM

After the movie: Long Strange Trip Afterparty with Steve Kimock & Friends feat Bobby Vega, Pete Sears, Lebo, John Kimock, Leslie Mendelson & special guests at the Sweetwater Music Hall, which is just down the street from the movie theater. Tickets for the Sweetwater show here

Long Strange Trip Afterparty - KIMOCK and FRIENDS at the Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley CA

Long Strange Trip AfterpartyKIMOCK and FRIENDS at the Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley CA

 

Of course most Deadheads are aware that Mill Valley is the home of Bob Weir, the Grateful Dead’s ace rhythm guitar player – and Bob is also part owner of the Sweetwater, as well as a frequent performer there.  There is no word as to his attendance at the screening or if he is a “special guest” at the after party show, though people do tend to speculate such things….

From the DOCLANDS Website:
Long Strange Trip
Sunday, May 14, 2017 2:00 PM
Sequoia 1

For Deadheads, the words “four-hour Grateful Dead documentary” will generate a level of excitement second only to the first notes of “Bertha” at the Greek Theater. Directed by Amir Bar-Lev (The Tillman Story) and produced by Martin Scorsese, this spellbinding epic captures the Dead’s wild, multi-decade journey from scruffy local hippies to the biggest band in the universe. The film’s thoughtful, thorough exploration of a great American rock group will make you laugh, cry and feel that magic Dead energy from the opening frame. Featuring never-before-seen concert footage and illuminating interviews with band members, Long Strange Trip captures the spirit of an eclectic ensemble who embraced freedom and fun above all else. Bar-Lev adds the colorful voices of roadies, recording engineers, tour managers, fans and friends to paint a vivid, vibrant and occasionally dire picture of groundbreaking artists searching for connection, meaning and light in the strangest of places.

In Person: Director Amir Bar-Lev

Berkeley-raised Amir Bar-Lev is an award-winning documentarian who has covered subjects ranging from survivors of the Holocaust (Fighter, 2000) to art-world prodigies (My Kid Could Paint That, 2007), patriotic soldiers (The Tillman Story, 2010) and the Penn State sexual abuse scandal (Happy Valley, 2014). He is the founder of Axis Films, co-producer on the Oscar®-nominated Hurricane Katrina documentary Trouble the Water (2008), and director of the multimedia Re:Generation Music Project (2011). His latest film, Long Strange Trip, recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

Long Strange Trip has also screened last March in New York, had it’s West Coast premiere last weekend at the San Francisco Film Fest. The film will have additional theatrical screenings in New York and Los Angeles on May 26th. It is set for wide release via Amazon Prime as a 6-part series in June.  A soundtrack CD is also being released, exclusively through Amazon.

 


 

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Weir Everywhere Dept: Bob Weir & The Campfire Band – The Moody TheaterAustin, TX, Sunday April 16th 2017



Bob Weir & The Campfire Band
Steve Kimock, Bryan Devendorf, Scott Devendorf,
Jon Shaw, Aaron Dessner,Josh Kaufman

The Moody Theater
Austin, TX
Sunday April 16th 2017 

Set I
Hell in a Bucket (solo)
Corrina (solo)
Blue Mountain (solo)
Whatever Happened To Rose
Darkest Hour
Lay My Lily Down
Jack Straw
Most of the Time
Gonesville

Set II
On the Road Again
Mama Tried
Brown-Eyed Women
He’s Gone
The Other One >
Stella Blue >
Not Fade Away

E: Uncle John’s Band

Scrivener/Turtle

Jack Straw

Uncle John’s Band