Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros Share “West LA Fadeaway” from “Live In Colorado” [Listen]


Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros. shared the recording of “West LA Fadeaway” included on the band’s upcoming live album, Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros: live in Colorado, to arrive via Third Man Files on February 18, 2022. The album will mark Weir’s first release with the Jack White– founded an independent label.

Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros: live in Colorado presents a collection of songs recorded during the ensemble’s summer 2021 performances at the historic Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater in Morrison (June 6-7) and the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail (June 11-12).

The four-night run from Colorado marked the first live shows in over a year by the ensemble with Weir, bassist Don was, drummer Jay Lane, and recently added keyboardist Jeff Chimenti (Death & Company). The shows also featured Greg Leisz on pedal steel as well as The pack of wolves: Alex Kelly (cello), Brian Switzerland (trumpet), Adam Theis (trombone), Mads toll (violin), and Sheldon Brown (drink).

As Weir explained of the Colorado tour in a press release, “I’ve been working in my spare time on expanding the sonic coloration of the songs I do. The Wolfpack is basically a step towards a full orchestration – and besides, I must say, these guys are in. We worked on the arrangements a little bit, but in the end we had to tell everything and play it for people – and at that point, people Colorado reached out and said they were going to open. Holy shit, WTF? Let’s go.”

According to a statement from a Third Man Records representative, “When Don approached us about this project, of course, we all jumped at the chance. The whole live music experience is so important to everyone here at Third Man Records and the chance to work with some of the greatest of all time, well, that seems like a miracle.

Stream “West LA Fadeaway” from BObby Weir & Wolf Bros: Living in Colorado on the platform of your choice here or listen via the YouTube player below.

Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros – “West LA Fadeaway” – Living in Colorado

In other Weir news, the Grateful Dead co-founder recently contributed original music to a new documentary, Fog, which highlights homelessness in San Francisco. The film is scored by Weir, Joe Satriani, and Kevin de Leon. Watch a trailer below.

Fog Trailer with music by Bob Weir

See below for a full list of upcoming Bob Weir & Wolf Bros 2022 tour dates. For ticketing details and more information, head over to here.

Bob Weir & Wolf Bros with The Wolfpack 2022 Tour Dates

February 9—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC
February 10—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC
February 12—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC
February 13—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC
March 9—Ryman Auditorium—Nashville, TN
March 10—Orpheum Theater—Memphis, TN
March 14—Orpheum Theater—Wichita, KS
March 15—Arvest Bank Theater at Midland—Kansas City, MO
March 17—Riverside Theater—Milwaukee, WI
March 18—Chicago Theater—Chicago, Illinois
March 19—Brown County Music Center—Nashville, IN
March 21—Palace Theater—Columbus, OH
March 24—Thomas Wolfe Auditorium—Asheville, North Carolina
March 25—Tivoli Theater—Chattanooga, TN
March 26—Durham Performing Arts Center—Durham, North Carolina
March 29—Roxian Theater—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
March 30—Landmark Theater—Syracuse, NY

View Wolf Bros Tour Dates


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