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Topic - Phil Lesh
Founding Grateful Dead member Phil Lesh showed up in New York City's Central Park on Saturday afternoon to play an unannounced gig for about 30 lucky passers-by as part of the Jazz and Colors festival.
Video posted online shows 65-year-old musician Bob Weir collapsing Thursday night during a performance with Furthur, the band he formed with fellow Grateful Dead member Phil Lesh.
Lesh told the crowd Thursday that Weir had been suffering from a strained shoulder.