Relive the Jam

Warren Haynes and crew brought the 24th annual Jam to the U.S. Cellular Center on Saturday, Dec. 15. Here’s a look at the action, from John Zara.

The full set list, with key to the players:

Warren Haynes With Blind Boys Of Alabama

People Get Ready *
Soulshine *#
Amazing Grace *
John The Revelator *@^+

* With Warren Haynes On Vocals And Guitar
# With Nigel Hall On Keyboards
@ With Ron Holloway On Saxophone
^ With Trombone Shorty On Trumpet
+ With Karl Denson On Saxophone

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

Craziest Things
Encore >
Hurricane Season
Down By The Riverside *
Do To Me #

* With The Blind Boys Of Alabama On Vocals
# With Warren Haynes On Guitar

The Avett Brothers

Paranoia In B-Flat
Laundry Room
Old Joe Clark
Distraction #74
At The Beach
I Killed Sally’s Lover
I’ll Be Home For Christmas
Go To Sleep

Sheryl Crow

Steve McQueen
All I Wanna Do
Can’t Cry Anymore
A Change
My Favorite Mistake
Can’t Find My Way Home *#@
If It Makes You Happy *
Every Day Is A Winding Road ^
Run Run Rudolph *

* With Warren Haynes On Guitar
# With Trombone Shorty On Trombone
@ With ? On Percussion
^ With Jason Hann On Percussion

String Cheese Incident

Colorado Bluebird Sky
Joyful Sound > *
Junco Partner *
Can’t Wait Another Day #
River Trance >
Song In My Head >
Desert Dawn
Rosie @
Outside Inside ^
Quinn The Eskimo #@^$+

* With Anders Osborne On Guitar
# With Count M’Butu On Percussion
@ With Karl Denson On Saxophone
^ With Warren Haynes On Guitar
$ With Nigel Hall On Keyboards
+ With Mike Barnes On Guitar

Warren Haynes Band

Intro Jam >
Tear Me Down
The River’s Gonna Rise
On A Real Lonely Night #*
A Change Is Gonna Come >
Spanish Castle Magic > *
Third Stone Jam > *
Spanish Castle Magic *
I Wish *@
Pretzel Logic > *@
Drum Solo >
Pretzel Logic *@
Imagine > *#^$+&
I’ll Take You There > *#^$+&
Imagine *#^$+&

* With Karl Denson On Saxophone
# With Count M’Butu On Percussion
@ With ? On Saxophone
^ With Mike Barnes On Guitar
$ With Artemus Pyle
+ With Dr. Dan Metrazzo On Keyboards
& With The Entire Revivalists Band


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