Setlists Matching Performer: Steve Kimock

SET 1: Bird Song [1]


Mike sat in on a second bass for Bird Song.

SET 1: Try


This show, performed aboard Jam Cruise 6, consisted largely of improvised music. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums; saxophone); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); George Porter, Jr. (bass); Jeff Coffin (saxophone); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Grace Potter (vocals); Dan Lebowitz (percussion). Any description of this show would be incomplete without noting that featured the world debut of Jon Fishman on the saxophone.  Whether that is because he is prohibited from doing so on dry land is unconfirmed. This show also featured two guest conductors, "Scooter" and "Todd," who won a raffle.

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This show, performed aboard Jam Cruise 6, consisted largely of improvised music. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums; saxophone); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); George Porter, Jr. (bass); Jeff Coffin (saxophone); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Grace Potter (vocals); Dan Lebowitz (percussion).

SET 1: Jam > Jack Straw, Cassidy > Bird Song, Odessa, Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance, Shade of Grey, Hell in a Bucket

SET 2: Blackbird, Friend of the Devil, Victim or the Crime, Liberty > Two Djinn, Stuff [1], Come Together, Bird Song Reprise[1] > Cassidy Reprise[1] > Sugar Magnolia

ENCORE: U.S. Blues


Mike joined Ratdog on bass for "Stuff," "Bird Song (Reprise)" and "Cassidy (Reprise)."

This gig was billed as "Tropical Jam III." Mike provided lead vocals for all songs. Sue Schick (now Sue Gordon) provided additional vocals on "Pressure Drop" and "I Got Loaded."

This show – billed as "Vibes for Peace" – was a benefit for The Rex Foundation. Mickey Hart & Friends opened. Bob Weir sat in on guitar and vocals for "Fountains of Wood" through "Scarlet Begonias" and "The Other One" through "Turn On Your Lovelight." Mike took lead vocals on "Cumberland Blues." Guests Giovanni Hidalgo and Zakir Hussain also sat in on percussion for portions of the show.

This gig was part of the second annual Vegoose festival that also featured Phil & TreyTom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Widespread Panic and The Mars Volta, among many others. Mike took lead vocals on "Cumberland Blues" and "The Other One."

Mike took lead vocals on "U.S. Blues," "Revolution" (Los Lobos) and "Cumberland Blues." "Next Dimension" contained a "Help on the Way" tease from Steve.

Mike took lead vocals on "Revolution" (Los Lobos) and "U.S. Blues."

Mike took lead vocals on "Cumberland Blues." Mike and Jen Durkin shared lead vocals for "The Other One."

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This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 

This show consisted largely of improvised music (in addition to the songs listed above) performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 

This show consisted largely of improvised music (including "Instant Karma!") performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  

This performance was part of the Gathering of the Vibes that also featured Ratdog, Los Lobos, and Dark Star Orchestra, among many others. Mike sang on (the first verse only of) "The Other One." Bob Weir sat in on guitar for "Fire on the Mountain" and guitar and vocals for "GDTRFB." Donna Jean Godchaux added vocals for "GDTRFB."

Mike took lead vocals on "Revolution" (Los Lobos) and "The Other One." This setlist is unconfirmed.

"China Cat Sunflower" and "I Know You Rider" were performed instrumental. Mike took lead vocals on "The Other One" and "Revolution" (Los Lobos). This setlist is unconfirmed.

Mike took lead  vocals on "Revolution" (Los Lobos), "The Other One" and "Comes a Time." This setlist is unconfirmed.

This free outdoor show by The Mutaytor was part of the innagural Green Apple Music Festival. Mike played bass for the whole show that featured a diverse lineup of guests, including the only known collaboration between a member of Phish and Walter Cronkite, who sat in on percussion.

This performance was part of the 6th annual Jammys award ceremony, hosted by Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann. In addition to the performers listed, The Rhythm Devils were joined by additional vocalists, percussionists, and for "Voodoo Child" an unidentified female dancer. This gig also included Zappa Plays Zappa, Little Feat, Blues Traveler, Peter Frampton, Chick Corea, Joe Satriani, and many others.

This gig – the first billed as The Rhythm Devils – was part of the Green Apple Music Festival. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings do not circulate. "2001" featured the song's author, Eumir Deodato. The "Percussion Parade" featured the band and audience processing to the street to "Not Fade Away."

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This show, which consisted largely of improvised music, was part of the snoe.down festival. The main participants for this performance were Fish (drums), Matt Butler (conductor), Steve Kimock (guitar), Gordon Stone (pedal steel guitar), Jamie Masefield (mandolin), Samantha Stottenweck- (acoustic guitar, vocals), Mike Sugar (bass), Vinnie Amico (percussion), Jim Loughlin (percussion, bass), Trevor Garrod (keyboards), Al Schnier (synth), Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion). Special Guests included Nate Wilson (keyboards), Reid Genauer (vocals) and Rob Derhak (bass).  Fish also played with moe. later in the evening.

Donna Jean Godchaux provided additional vocals on Mississippi Half-Step, Bird Song, GDTRFB, and AWBYG. The outro jam after the second verse of Dark Star included a brief jam on The Other One. Casey Jones featured alternate lyrics from Trey: “Trouble ahead, Phil in Red!”

Stella Blue was performed instrumental with Steve Kimock on pedal steel. This gig featured the first known performance of Alligator by a member of The Grateful Dead since April 29, 1971. Alligator contained a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey. Dark Star, St. Stephen, and Mike’s Song were teased prior to Bertha. Ripple was performed acoustic. Donna Jean Godchaux provided additional vocals for Bertha, Scarlet Begonias, Fire on the Mountain, and Ripple.

Hello Old Friend featured Phil Lesh on bass and vocals, Steve Kimock on guitar, and Phil’s sons Brian and Grahame on vocals (no Trey or Page). This was Phil's first public performance since undergoing liver transplant surgery in 1998, and the first of many collaborations between members of Phish and The Grateful Dead.

This was a private practice session for the upcoming Warfield shows. This setlist is unconfirmed and no recording is known to circulate.
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