The Peach Music Festival is really something special. After dropping one of the best summer fest lineups we’ve seen yesterday, we couldn’t help but go back through the archives and revisit some great memories from Peaches past. Of course, as today is the 46th birthday of Keller Williams, we had to share footage from his exciting Grateful Gospel set at last year’s Peach Fest.
Keller and his band got to work on a gospel-oriented take on some Grateful music, opening up with “Feel Like A Stranger” and playing tunes like “Sisters and Brothers,” “Comes A Time,” “Brokedown Palace” and more. The big surprise of the set was the appearance of Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir, who joined in for the last two songs: “Eyes Of The World” and “Samson & Delilah.”
Celebrate Keller’s birthday with some footage from the set, as seen below:
“Eyes Of The World”
“Samson & Delilah” (partial)
And here’s full set audio, courtesy of Archive.org and taper Scott Medeiros:
Setlist: Keller Williams & Grateful Gospel at Peach Music Festival, Montage Mountain, PA – 8/16/15
Set: Feel Like A Stranger, Sisters and Brothers, Mighty High, Comes A Time > The Wheel > Brokedown Palace, St Stephen (w/band intros), I’ll Be With Thee > We Bid You Goodnight > Ripple, ^Eyes Of The World > ^Samson & Delilah
^ – w/Bob Weir
As an added bonus, here are the two of them playing “On The Road Again” from Gathering of the Vibes in 2006!
[Cover photo by Sam Shinault]