Chris Robinson Brotherhood concluded a three-night stand at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA last night, where one of the venue's owners, Phil Lesh, sat in for the entire second set and the encore.
The CRB's second set, all of which featured Lesh on bass, was heavy on songs from the Grateful Dead's live repertoire including "The Wheel," "Bertha," "Mr. Charlie," "Ramble On Rose," "Minglewood Blues" and "Big Railroad Blues." Chris, Phil and The Brotherhood opened the set with a take on Buddy Holly's "Love's Made A Fool Of You." For the encore, Lesh and The CRB performed Fred Neil's "The Dolphins" and the Grateful Dead classic "Sugaree."
Next up for The Chris Robinson Brotherhood is a two-night stand at the Henry Miller Library in Big Sur, CA.