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Brett
October 31st 2022
Phil never disappoints! His energy is incredible along with his guests, band mates and the venue… Nothing like seeing a show at the Capitol and especially with Papa Dead! Keep on Rockin Phil…. Know I love you not fade away! ✌🏼❤️😊
Port Chester, NY@The Capitol Theatre
Scott
August 28th 2022
The Fans.Live cameraman was right in the way of the VIP side of the stage. There were complaints that the obstruction should have been on the basic ticket fee side of the midfield barrier. The performance by Phil & Friends was delightful. The strong mix from the sound engineers with the bass, was appropos... the distance between Stu Allen, Grahame Lesh and Nels Cline could have been closed, to enable them to play off of one another, trading leads. Oh yeah, it's Phil's show, not about extraordinary jamming guitar players. 🙄 The doubled up speaker arrays appeared to be a bit of overkill hanging from the side scaffolding. No big side screens like the Dreamfield stage, left viewers/listeners at the back of the audience wondering what was going on, onstage. Chimenti was sizzling on the keys, Mr. Molo was holding the beat well, in sync with the rest of the rhythm players. Even a short session, giving him a drum solo, an homage to Drums followed by letting Jeff kick it up a notch with some knobs and effects, a lá Space, would have been a treat. From Dire Wolf's opening to the closing vibrations of Ripple, it was a set for fans to absorb. Box of Rain could be Phil's Anthem, but it wasn't on the card in Bridgeview. The other Jeff, Tweedy, and Nels Cline, from Wilco, brought their A game. The lap steel guitar was a very nice little distinction showcasing Nels talents. The contributions from Tweedy's acoustic guitar, seemed out of place, but were woven in to warm and soften the melodies, adding Americana to the roots of the roots. For Tweedy to let Grahame Lesh cut loose with fuzz, stepping on his melodious "Via Chicago" actually demonstrated a hearty sense of humor and self-deprecating approach to what could have been too serious a rendition for the Dead fans to appreciate. Keep up the good work. Karl killed it! In a good way. He was clearly having fun, and stretched round from trills on the flute, to rockin' jams on Sax, stealin' the lead from anyone and everyone else. Well orchestrated Phil. The audience missed the explanation that is ever more important, to commit to organ donation, with a deeply seated, "Thank you Cody!" The story still needs to be told!
Bridgeview, IL@SeatGeek Stadium
David
August 21st 2022
It doesn't get much better that the top shelf lineup of Phil and The Midnight Ramble Band. Had to travel 1 3/4 hrs to hear folks who live in my backyard. If I had only one criticism, I would have liked more Band tunes interspersed. Beena deadhead since '78 and can't get enough of them or the music of The Band. Incredible energy between all the musicians and the fans.
Bethel, NY@Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
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About Phil Lesh
Phil Lesh was the bass player for the Grateful Dead. Since the death of Jerry Garcia he has performed with numerous different artist, and worked on many projects. His t...
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Genres:
Folk Rock, Jam, Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Hometown:
Berkeley, California

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Phil Lesh to play in your city
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Live Photos of Phil Lesh
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Fan Reviews
Brett
October 31st 2022
Phil never disappoints! His energy is incredible along with his guests, band mates and the venue… Nothing like seeing a show at the Capitol and especially with Papa Dead! Keep on Rockin Phil…. Know I love you not fade away! ✌🏼❤️😊
Port Chester, NY@The Capitol Theatre
Scott
August 28th 2022
The Fans.Live cameraman was right in the way of the VIP side of the stage. There were complaints that the obstruction should have been on the basic ticket fee side of the midfield barrier. The performance by Phil & Friends was delightful. The strong mix from the sound engineers with the bass, was appropos... the distance between Stu Allen, Grahame Lesh and Nels Cline could have been closed, to enable them to play off of one another, trading leads. Oh yeah, it's Phil's show, not about extraordinary jamming guitar players. 🙄 The doubled up speaker arrays appeared to be a bit of overkill hanging from the side scaffolding. No big side screens like the Dreamfield stage, left viewers/listeners at the back of the audience wondering what was going on, onstage. Chimenti was sizzling on the keys, Mr. Molo was holding the beat well, in sync with the rest of the rhythm players. Even a short session, giving him a drum solo, an homage to Drums followed by letting Jeff kick it up a notch with some knobs and effects, a lá Space, would have been a treat. From Dire Wolf's opening to the closing vibrations of Ripple, it was a set for fans to absorb. Box of Rain could be Phil's Anthem, but it wasn't on the card in Bridgeview. The other Jeff, Tweedy, and Nels Cline, from Wilco, brought their A game. The lap steel guitar was a very nice little distinction showcasing Nels talents. The contributions from Tweedy's acoustic guitar, seemed out of place, but were woven in to warm and soften the melodies, adding Americana to the roots of the roots. For Tweedy to let Grahame Lesh cut loose with fuzz, stepping on his melodious "Via Chicago" actually demonstrated a hearty sense of humor and self-deprecating approach to what could have been too serious a rendition for the Dead fans to appreciate. Keep up the good work. Karl killed it! In a good way. He was clearly having fun, and stretched round from trills on the flute, to rockin' jams on Sax, stealin' the lead from anyone and everyone else. Well orchestrated Phil. The audience missed the explanation that is ever more important, to commit to organ donation, with a deeply seated, "Thank you Cody!" The story still needs to be told!
Bridgeview, IL@SeatGeek Stadium
David
August 21st 2022
It doesn't get much better that the top shelf lineup of Phil and The Midnight Ramble Band. Had to travel 1 3/4 hrs to hear folks who live in my backyard. If I had only one criticism, I would have liked more Band tunes interspersed. Beena deadhead since '78 and can't get enough of them or the music of The Band. Incredible energy between all the musicians and the fans.
Bethel, NY@Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
View More Fan Reviews
About Phil Lesh
Phil Lesh was the bass player for the Grateful Dead. Since the death of Jerry Garcia he has performed with numerous different artist, and worked on many projects. His t...
Read More
Genres:
Folk Rock, Jam, Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Hometown:
Berkeley, California

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