Continuing the tradition of paying tribute to the Grateful Dead during their 50th anniversary in Chicago, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and special guest Robert Randolph put their signature soulful funky sound on the Dead’s “West L.A. Fadeaway.” The show, held last night at Chicago’s Concord Music Hall, was the perfect late night get down to end an incredible night celebrating 50 years of the Dead.

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The band also tackled funky versions of Cold War Kids’ “Hang Me Up To Dry,” Beastie Boys’ “Sure Shot” and the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” during the cover-heavy set.

Karl has been taking his sax skills on the road with the Rolling Stones, filling in for the legendary late Bobby Keys.

West L.A. Fadeaway:

Seven Nation Army: