Chris Robinson Brotherhood returned to the Bay Area for the first night of a two-night run at Terrapin Crossroads, ringing in the New Year at the acclaimed Phil Lesh-owned venue. In honor of the occasion, the CRB decided to treat fans to two sets filled with covers, including one set of Bob Dylan and one of the Grateful Dead!The first set was dedicated to Dylan, with “Crash On The Levee” opening up and great tracks like “Positively 4th Street,” “Goin’ To Acapulco,” “A-Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” and more throughout. They closed out set one with “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues,” a real treat for the band’s loyal fanbase.Set two was all Grateful Dead, with an emphasis on material written by Jerry Garcia as well as some choice covers from the Dead’s repertoire. There was an opening “Bertha” and a bluesy “Brown Eyed Women,” as well as “Big River”, “Sugaree,” “Catfish John” and more! They rocked out on “Mr. Charlie,” swooned on “They Love Each Other,” and even got into some funky grooves on “West L.A. Fadeaway.” That song would close the set, and “Big Railroad Blues” put an exclamation point at the end of this show in the encore position.Check out clips from the show and the band’s setlist, below.