Bob Weir’s guest appearance at the Paul McCartney.
the acclaimed Avett Brothers on Friday evening, Weir and his band Ratdog delivered a killer version of the song ‘Me & My Uncle’ during their.
and Fare Thee Well and RatDog keyboardist Jeff Chimenti. Their show will be held a little more than two weeks after Guns N’ Roses play Fenway on July 21, and a little more than two weeks before.
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The side project of the Grateful Dead mainstay features Grammy-winning producer/bassist Don Was (Bonnie Raitt, Rolling Stones) and drummer Jay Lane of Ratdog and Primus. Last year at the Palace.
World domination ranks high on the list of summer activities at the Grove. This year, West County progressives will reportedly be picketing Weir as he and his band RatDog appear June 9 at the Harmony.
Best of the Week for March 8-15: Best Coast, Twin Cities Auto Show, Bob Weir, Les Ballets Trockadero & more – his side project with Grammy-winning producer/bassist Don Was (Bonnie Raitt, Rolling Stones) and drummer Jay Lane (Ratdog, Primus). Last year at the Palace, the modest trio satisfied by delivering.
I just don’t even know where to begin here but it sounds absolutely chaotic. Hosted by RatDog himself, Alex Dyson, the Bingo.
But until that arena act fires up again, Weir is playing smaller venues as part of his trio Wolf Bros, featuring Further and RatDog drummer Jay Lane and legendary producer Don Was on bass.
But local Deadheads were lucky enough to get a show by guitarist Bob Weir and his side band Wolf Bros, a.k.a. bassist-superproducer Don Was and Ratdog drummer Jay Lane. It’s never going to be.
5 top concerts in the Triangle this week – Tickets start at $49.50. The iconic Dead frontman is on tour again with his pals, bassist/celebrated producer Don Was and Ratdog drummer Jay Lane. There will no doubt be a number of revamped.