SET 1: Truckin', Uncle John's Band, Alligator > Cumberland Blues, Born Crosseyed > Cream Puff War, Viola Lee Blues
SET 2: Cryptical Envelopment > Dark Star > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Turn On Your Love Light > Drums > What's Become of the Baby > Space > The Other One > Morning Dew
ENCORE: Casey Jones
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Review by ProfJibboo
But, if you came in expecting a heart felt tribute to a musical icon that paved the way for our favorite band....you got that and more. Inspired by the Dead's tradition of constantly reinventing how they played their songs, the Fare thee Well crew followed in that spirit - allowing Trey to take those same songs in unique directions, with his distinct sound, and his distinct guitar and his distinct presence. It wasn't just a Dead cover band, It wasn't Phishy dead....it was Trey given the chance to embrace that I love as if they were own...resulting in a outstanding Viola Lee Blues and St. Stephen - not surprising the highlights of the show were the songs that allowed Trey's hands to shine.
The show was all I hoped it to be. Not a musical masterpiece, but a fitting tribute to the songs I've loved, the band that created them, and the beauty of what the Grateful Dead represented - different for each person but magical in each our own ways.
BELIEVE IN THE RAINBOW!