3/4/2014 Setlist, Photos, and Reviews


Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Shea's Performing Arts Center
Buffalo, NY


I cannot not thank Bobby & Ratdog enough for such a great night of music. Wow!! Bobby sounded incredible and the entire band didn't miss a beat tonight! Will definitely be following the rest of the tour online. Wish we could be there along side all our friends & family! Keep jamming all :)

Jacqueline, Rochester
Fun show.....Heavy on Dylan tunes which was fine with me.Always love Jack Straw for an opener.Deep Elem,On the road again took me back to 1980 Reckoning,Dead Set era.Great Desolation Row.First set Watchtower was a treat.Spacey Bird Song,awesome Knockin On Heavens door.Great seeing Wasserman back.These guys are seem to be hitting there stride,I wish I could see more.

Don I., Tonawanda N.Y.
Last time I saw RatDog was pre Furthur. I did not know what to expect. It was a cold night in Buffalo but it sure warmed up inside. The show was outstanding! Exceeded my expectations. Bob sounded really good. Steve Kimock on guitar, and Jay Lane on drums lend a real rockin edge to the music which I prefer. I did not miss the saxophone at all. Dylan songs, acoustic start to the second set [On the road again !], Iko Iko [for fat Tuesday] classic favorites made for a great Rock and Roll night. I hope to see them again real soon. Nice job Bobby!

Jim, Rochester
1st time seeing RatDog AWESOME SHOW! This just adds to the list of wonderful memories of all the shows. Dead Shows, Bobby & the Midnites, Furthur etc. The energy was all there. What musicians! I also loved the setlist. I was wondering if Bobby had a cold cause of all the Dylan tunes You know that nasal dylan sound I cant wait to see them again this summer GodBless Bobby Weir & RatDog &Thank For a Awesome nite of music

Paul s, rochester ny
Bobby on the milk jug ! Thats something I've never seen before . Really good show ( 2nd set made it ) Bobby looking and sounding good,

Jeff, Carlisle, On
Great vibe in the stunning Shea's theatre made for great music on stage. Little too much Dylan for me but Birdsong was incredible. Jack Straw opener was excellent. Bobby on milk jug was new. He looked very satisfied and appreciative of the Buffalo crowd as they bowed together before heading down the road to Detroit. Wonder if they went across the border on the way to Michigan or took the southern route around the lake?

Todd, Arcade NY
What a wonderful show this was! It may have been a bit cold outside but as soon as RatDog launched into Jack Straw the night got hot. The renditions of everything played this night were interesting and inspired (,which is pretty much always the case, in my opinion). My personal favorite was probably how they played Deep Elem Blues. Two Djinn was a beautiful way to end the first set... I brought my lovely friend Layla to this show and I think that she understands me a little bit better now.

Stewy, Bloomington, Indiana, USA