Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros with the Wolf Pack plus particular company at Humphreys by the Bay in San Diego, CA on 10/26/22 ~ Live performance Pictures Journal


Twas a beautiful summer-like fall night on the charming out of doors venue that rests in between the Shelter Island Harbor and San Diego Bay virtually utterly surrounded by water, boats and palm bushes. Humphrey’s was well beyond offered out however the excellent news – many of the heads standing outdoors the gates holding up their finger finally acquired in so “miracles” do occur…¬†

Slated for an early 6:30pm begin, the music commenced promptly at 6:48pm with an all the time damper Bobby strolling out on staged wearing grey white striped culottes, a lightweight tan coloured polo sort shirt, Birkenstocks, no hat with freshly styled again hair. The gals in attendance (alongside together with your author) have been positively swooning by his overtly GQ look.

The band (consisting of Bob Weir on guitar, Don Was on upright bass, Jay Lane on drums, Jeff Chimenti on keyboards, Barry Sless on pedal metal guitar and Matthew Kelly on harmonica together with the wolf pack quintet members Alex Kelly, Brian Switzer, Adam Theis, Mads Tolling, Sheldon Brown serving up some psychedelic horns and string fillers) opened the present with the a crowd transferring first two verses of Not Fade Away right into a bouncy cowl of Johnny Money’s Massive River. An exquisite rendition of Mission within the Rain adopted Lil’ Purple Rooster. Ashes and Glass led right into a peppy Do not Let Go that went again into Ashes and Glass. Subsequent got here a present spotlight – a masterful, beautiful and heartfelt Climate Report Suite that easily transitioned into the set closing Let It Develop. The strong throughout¬†first set with a effectively chosen, effectively performed tune choice ended properly at 8:08pm. Throughout set break a younger (probably influenced) fan requested why nobody was leaving but. He was relieved to appreciate extra music was on its method.

When the home lights dimmed at 8:49pm, the already full stage was even fuller as three guys from Geensky Bluegrass instantly emerged. Paul Hoffman on Mandolin, Anders Beck on Dobro and Mike Bont on banjo encircled Bobby for the acoustic 2nd set opener Buddy of the Satan together with a full of life Wolf Bros debut of Stealin’ adopted by a thoughts bending, jammed out Cassidy. Such a deal with to see all these proficient musicians enjoying so effectively collectively.

Greensky Bluegrass was scheduled to play Humphrey’s the subsequent two nights and apparently arrived early to see the Wolf Bros. They left stage after which the all the time spectacular Tal Wilkenfeld changed Don Was onstage to play a really thumping Estimated Prophet.

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