|Date||Venue||Artist||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1999-04-09||Higher Ground||Jorma Kaukonen||1||AK-47||***||With Trey.|
|1999-04-15||Warfield Theatre||Phil Lesh & Phriends||2||Like a Rolling Stone ->||Row Jimmy|
|1999-10-29||Higher Ground||moe.||e||Fire ->||-> Fire||With Fish and Jamie Masefield.|
|2000-12-31||Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium||Phil Lesh & Friends||3||Dark Star ->||Stella Blue||Mike on a second bass.|
|2001-08-02||The Wetlands Preserve||Blueground Undergrass||1||Cherokee Shuffle >||> Working on a Building||With Mike.|
|2002-07-28||Indian Lookout Country Club||Max Creek||2||China Cat Sunflower >||***||With Mike.|
|2003-07-14||Stagecoach Bar||Steam Powered Airplane||2||Deep Elem Blues||***||WIth Mike.|
|2005-12-17||Asheville Civic Center||Gov't Mule||1||***||***||With Trey, Bill Kreutzmann, Dave...|
|2006-06-30||Tweeter Center at the Waterf...||Phil Lesh & Friends||2||FOTM ->||***|
|2006-07-06||Tweeter Center||Phil Lesh & Friends||2||Nobody Girl >||> Slipknot!||With Trey.|
|2006-08-17||Higher Ground||The Rhythm Devils||1||China Cat Sunflower ->||Fountains of Wood||Instrumental.|
|2006-10-28||Orleans Arena||Phil & Trey||2||Wharf Rat ->||***|
|2007-09-05||Bonz Smokehouse & Grill||Mud City Ramblers||1||I Ain't Broke But I'm Badly Bent||Doin' My Time||Mike on banjo.|
|2009-03-12||Beacon Theatre||The Allman Brothers Band||2||***||In Memory of Elizabeth Reed||Trey on guitar and vocals, Page ...|
|2012-08-16||Terrapin Crossroads||Phil Lesh & Friends||1||Death Don't Have No Mercy||Loser||With Mike.|
|2015-07-05||Soldier Field||Fare Thee Well - Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead||1||China Cat Sunflower ->||Estimated Prophet|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|2000-06-24||Phish||Tweezer ()||Lakewood Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA, USA|
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