Phil Lesh and The “Q” @ Terrapin Crossroads: Night Three

Last night marked the 32nd anniversary of John Lennon’s tragic death, so the Phil Lesh Quintet, aka The “Q”, paid tribute to the fallen Beatle at the end of the group’s third of four shows at Terrapin Crossroads. Phil Lesh, Warren Haynes, Jimmy Herring, Rob Barraco and John Molo treated fans to an interesting arrangement of The Beatles’ Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds as the lone encore.

The band also tipped their hat to Lennon’s Beatle band mate George Harrison by covering Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) in the middle of the second set. The second set was a massive Help > Slip > Frank’s sandwich as Help On The Way > Slipknot! opened the closing stanza while Slipknot! > Franklin’s Tower finished it. In between was the band’s “single” Night of a Thousand Stars as well as the Harrison cover, the highly technical King Solomon’s Marbles and GD classics The Other One and Uncle John’s Band. For the first set, The “Q” stuck to Dead tunes with the exception of the Warren-sung Into The Mystic (Van Morrison).

Watch The “Q” cover Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds…

Here’s the full setlist for Night Three of the PLQ Run…

Set One: Jam > Here Comes Sunshine > Into the Mystic, Cosmic Charlie, Bird Song > He’s Gone > Wharf Rat, Mason’s Children

Set Two: Help on the Way > Slipknot! > The Other One > Blues for Allah Jam > Give Me Love (George Harrison) > Uncle John’s Band, Night of a Thousand Stars, King Solomon’s Marbles, Slipknot! > Franklin’s Tower, Donor Rap

Encore: Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds

[Setlist via]

Watch the entire first set from last night’s show…

The “Q” will play Terrapin Crossroads again tonight. You can watch the webcast from home.

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