Del McCoury Band Welcomes Jon Fishman, Dierks Bentley, Sam Bush & More in Raleigh [VIDEOS]

Tonight at the final sets of the Wide Open Bluegrass music festival in Raleigh, North Carolina, Phish drummer Jon Fishman donned a suit (!) and sat in with the picking legends of Del McCoury Band for a huge retrospective of Del’s grand career. The set also featured sit-ins from Dierks Bentley, Sam Bush, and Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

Scroll down to see a ton of videos from the set.

Based on what we’re seeing posted it looks like “Beauty of My Dreams” and “Nashville Cats” featured Jon Fishman on drums and a bigger ensemble for a U2 cover of “Pride (In The Name of Love)”.

Pride (In The Name Of Love) - Dierks Bentley w/Del McCoury Band

Here’s the well-dressed Phish drummer Jon Fishman:

Here’s a sideways clip of “Beauty of My Dreams”…

And here’s a clip of “Nashville Cats”…

Walking the Dog

Walking the Dog - Del McCoury Band, IBMA 2019

Prisoner’s Song

It’s A Long Long Way to the Top of the World

Roll On Buddy


High On A Mountain

I Feel The Blues Moving In

My Love Will Not Change

Little Cabin Home on the Hill

Banjo Frisco (w/ Preservation Hall Jazz Band)

I’ll Fly Away


Bonus: here’s Fishman and another all-star cast of bluegrass pickers doing “Brown-Eyed Women” at the late night show last night…