Bob Weir And Wolf Bros Fit “Standing On The Moon” Inside “The Other One” In Montana [Full Audio]

first_imgOn Wednesday night, October 24th, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros continued their inaugural tour with a stop at Missoula, MT’s Wilma Theatre. With each show, the new trio—comprised of Weir, Don Was, and Jay Lane—has dived deeper into their bag of tricks, pulling out old originals and covers in new and interesting ways.After opening with go-to early-show Grateful Dead tunes “Hell in a Bucket” and “Loose Lucy”, the band jumped into their first Bob Dylan cover of the night, “She Belongs to Me”. “Me and My Uncle” came next, followed by Dylan’s “Maggie’s Farm”, a Wolf Bros debut. The band started into “Peggy-O”, but quickly took a mulligan and tried it again from the top. Bob Weir and Wolf Bros tour continues Friday, October 26th at Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City, UT. For a full list of upcoming Bob Weir and Wolf Bros tour dates, head to Weir’s website here.Setlist: Bob Weir and Wolf Bros | Wilma Theatre | Missoula, MT | 10/24/18Set One: Hell In A Bucket, Loose Lucy, She Belongs To Me, Me & My Uncle, Maggie’s Farm, Peggy-O, Eternity > Wang Dang Doodle > Eternity > DealSet Two: Blue Mountain, Deep Elem Blues, Loser, Two Djinn, New Speedway Boogie, The Other One (v1) > Standing On The Moon > The Other One (v2) > Not Fade AwayEncore: Eternity From there, Weir and his Bros started up “Eternity”, the long-lost Weir/Rob Wasserman collab that made its first appearance in more than 16 years at Monday night’s show in Portland, OR. “Eternity” moved smoothly into Willie Dixon‘s “Wang Dang Doodle”—another first for Wolf Bros—before making its way back into “Eternity” to close out the first of two prominent jam sandwiches on the night and, finally, sliding into “Deal” to cap set one.Bob Weir emerged by his lonesome to start set two with “Blue Mountain”, the title track from his 2016 set of cowboy songs. “Deep Elem Blues” and “Loser” kept the set moving before RatDog favorite “Two Djinn” moved in for its second appearance of the tour. Following a slinky “New Speedway Boogie”, the darkness gave way to the second segue sandwich of the evening. After the first verse of “The Other One”, the band segued into fan-favorite Jerry Garcia ballad “Standing on the Moon” before landing back in “The Other One” for the song’s second verse. Finally, “Not Fade Away” closed out the second set, with a sing-along “Ripple” serving as the encore.You can listen to full audience audio from the show below:Bob Weir and Wolf Bros – Wilma Theatre – 10/24/18 – Full Audio[Audio: Mark Smith]last_img

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