Last night, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros. played the third show of their five-night residency at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y., unleashing a beautiful collection from Weir’s eclectic discography and a selection of covers from the Grateful Dead and other iconic bands.

Like the previous shows at The Capitol Theatre during this residency, Weir opened up the show solo, slowly expanding the lineup over the course of the first five songs. He opened with “Peggy-O” before expanding the lineup to three people for “The Winners,” a song he originally performed with Rob Wasserman. Next came the ever-twangy “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo,” which saw four artists on stage, followed by “Tennesse Jed,” which had all the core members of Wolf Bros. on their marks.