Phil Lesh & Friends

Feb 12, 2006     Beacon Theatre     New York, New York, United States

Band Line-up

Concert Details

February 12, 2006
Beacon Theatre
New York, New York, United States

Band Genres

Jam Band, Psychedelic, Rock, and Jam.


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Phil Lesh & Friends on Feb 12, 2006 [538-small]

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Acey68 Nov 22, 2021

Setlist (via Philzone)
Set One: Help On The Way> Slipknot!> Franklin’s Tower, *Up On Cripple Creek (Trey & Joan)> They Love Each Other(Phil)> Cold Rain & Snow Jam> Loose Lucy, *&Buckets Of Rain, All Along The Watchtower

Set Two: St. Stephen> #What Sin Replaces Love> Jam> Cryptical Envelopment> Jam> Dark Star> Jam> The Other One> Jam> Dark Star> Jam> Eyes> Goin’ Down The Road Feelin’ Bad, Gimme Shelter

Encore: Donor Rap & Intros, Wolfman’s Brother, $Midnight Hour

* – 1st time played
& – Dylan song, Trey & Joan sang,
# – RA tune, Joan sang,
$ – with Danny Clinch on harmonica

Acey68 Nov 22, 2021

On February 12, 2006 Phil Lesh & Friends played the second concert of a five-night stand at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, surprising the assembled crowd with guitarist Trey Anastasio who joined the band’s entire show. The Phish guitarist replaced Barry Sless for only one of the five nights in NYC and Lesh later released an official soundboard recording of the show.

With Phil Lesh on bass, Anastasio played alongside guitarist Larry Campbell, drummer Jeff Sipe, keyboardist Rob Barraco and vocalist Joan Osborne. The first set featured many Dead classics as well as Anastasio and Osborne leading the first Phil & Friends performance of The Band’s “Up On Cripple Creek” as well as the debut of Bob Dylan’s “Buckets Of Rain.” More classic Dead tunes came in set two, as well as a cover of Ryan Adams’ “What Sin Replaces Love,” and The Rolling Stones’ “Gimmie Shelter.” The encore featured Anastasio leading the ensemble through Phish’s “Wolfman’s Brother” before photographer Danny Clinch hopped on stage to add harmonica to “Midnight Hour.”

Acey68 May 15, 2018

With Trey Anastasio