Phil Lesh’s String of Sit Ins with Midnight North Continues

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Photo via Midnight North’s Facebook page

Phil Lesh sat in with Midnight North once again at Canandaigua NY’s Lincoln Hill Farms on Friday night. The Grateful Dead bassist has joined Midnight North, the project fronted by his son Grahame Lesh, every night so far on their current spring tour. 

On Friday, the elder Lesh emerged near the end of Midnight North’s set for the Grateful Dead-adopted “Viola Lee Blues.” He remained onstage for the Midnight North original “San Francisco Rain,”  Mississippi Fred McDowell’s “Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning” and the Dead sing-along “Ripple.” 
Midnight North’s tour will continue in Marshfield, MA this evening. 

Here’s a look at Midnight North’s set via the group’s Facebook page

Friday, June 11, 2021,  Lincoln Hill Farms,  Canandaigua NY

Wild Card
The Sailor & The Sea
Highway Song
Sway (Rolling Stones)
Earthquakes
Greene County
Under The Lights
Mississippi River
Good Days
Silent Lonely Drifter
Don’t Do It (The Band/Marvin Gaye)
Playing A Poor Hand Well
Coyote*
Viola Lee Blues* (trad)
San Francisco Rain*
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning* (Mississippi Fred McDowell)
Ripple* (Grateful Dead)
E: We’re Not Alone
*with Phil Lesh



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