AmericanaramA Tour Gets Off To A Roaring Start

(Bob Weir joins Wilco onstage)

Last night, the AmericanaramA tour kicked off at Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida. The stacked lineup, headlined by 72-year-old songwriting legend Bob Dylan, featured strong sets from My Morning Jacket, Wilco, and Grateful Dead/Furthur stalwart Bob Weir. The show ran for roughly 5 and a half hours.

Videos by American Songwriter

For the inaugural launch, Weir joined Wilco on stage for a cover of The Dead’s “Ripple” and a version of “California Stars,” from Mermaid Avenue. Dylan’s set included cuts from his 2012 album Tempest such as “Early Roman Kings,” and “Duquesne Whistle,” which made its live debut.

For more on AmericanaramA, download our new AmericanaramA issue, featuring interviews with Ryan Bingham and Richard Thompson, our Bob Dylan cover story, and much, much more.

Bob Weir
Easy To Slip
KC Moan
Loose Lucy
Dear Prudence
Not Fade Away

My Morning Jacket
Outta My System
I’m Amazed
Evelyn Is Not Real
Way He Sings
War Begun
Smokin From Shootin
Wordless Chorus
Victory Dance
One Big Holiday

At My Window Sad and Lonely
Forget the Flowers
Company in My Back
Poor Places
Art of Almost
I Might
Spiders (Kidsmoke)
Impossible Germany
Born Alone
(Grateful Dead cover) (with Bob Weir)
California Stars (with Bob Weir)
Via Chicago
Whole Love
Dawned on Me
I’m the Man Who Loves You

Bob Dylan
Things Have Changed
Love Sick
High Water (For Charley Patton)
Soon after Midnight
Early Roman Kings
Tangled Up in Blue
Duquesne Whistle
She Belongs to Me
Cry A While
Simple Twist of Fate
Honest With Me
All Along the Watchtower

Thunder on the Mountain
Ballad of a Thin Man


Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

Song Premiere: Matt Nathanson, “Earthquake Weather”