Jazz guitarist John Scofield was one of the selected musicians who took part in the first episode of the “Terrapin TV” online fundraiser on Wednesday. The webcast, introduced by Phil Lesh, featured at-home performances from Scofield and pianist Rob Barraco in hopes of raising money for Terrapin Crossroads, which along with many independent music venues around North America at the moment—minus Arkansas or Missouri—is in danger of going out of business with the ongoing hiatus of all live events for the foreseeable future.

Related: Phil Lesh And The Terrapin Family Band Perform “Box Of Rain” From Home Quarantines [Watch]

For his pre-recorded performance on Wednesday’s webcast, Scofield opted to share a cover of “Standing On The Moon”, a song which appeared on the Grateful Dead‘s final studio album, 1989’s Built To Last. The stripped-down, solo performance hears the veteran guitarist play the song’s main melody while a backing track of the chords is heard playing in the background. Watch Scofield cover “Standing On The Moon” from the safety of his home below.

John Scofield – “Standing On The Moon” [Grateful Dead cover] – Terrapin TV

[Video: Terrapin Crossroads]

Fans can also rewatch the entire first episode of Terrapin TV from Wednesday’s webcast in full below, featuring a welcome from Lesh, Rob Barraco’s piano cover of “They Love Each Other”, and the Terrapin Family Band’s previously-released quarantine rendition of “Box of Rain”.

Terrapin TV – Episode One

[Video: Terrapin Crossroads]

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[H/T JamBase]