first_imgLast night, Phil Lesh hosted a special Terrapin All-Stars performance at his own Terrapin Crossroads venue, performing as part of a benefit concert event for Unbroken Chain. The show itself saw Lesh team up with some great musicians, including Anders Osborne, Scott Law, Jason Crosby, Ezra Lipp, and Cochrane McMillan.The one set performance kicked off with a cover of Neil Young’s “Rockin’ In The Free World,” and featured a number of Grateful Dead classics like “Sugaree,” “Brown Eyed Women,” “Eyes of The World,” “Fire On The Mountain,” and the traditional “I Know You Rider.” The set also featured Van Morrison’s “And It Stoned Me,” as well as Rolling Stones’ “Midnight Rambler.” Osborne got a chance to show off his originals as well, with versions of “Wind” and “Burning On The Inside.”For fans of Anders Osborne, be sure to catch him next weekend in New York, NY, when he plays back-to-back performances on June 17th and 18th. Osborne will go acoustic on the first night, and will b e joined by his full electric band on night two. It all goes down at The Hall At MP, and you can find more information here.Listen to the full Phil Lesh & Terrapin All-Stars show below, courtesy of Quinfolk.Setlist: Phil Lesh & Terrapin All-Stars at Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, CA – 6/9/16Set: Rockin’ in the Free World ao > Sugaree ao, Brown Eyed Women sl, And It Stoned Me ao, Eyes of the World pl > Midnight Rambler ao, Wind ao > Fire on the Mountain ao, I Know You Rider allEncore: Burning on the Inside ao[Photo by knowuryder/Instagram]last_img