Tapelist

  Paul Marino

2051 Pioneer Trail

Lot 155

New Smyrna Beach FL 32168

(203)206-0379

 

Grateful CD List

 

 
DATE VENUE SEGMENT COMMENTS
2/23/63 Top of the Tangent, Palo Alto All The Wildwood Boys (Jerry, David Nelson; Norm Van Mastricht & Robert Hunter); all of known performance; CD #537
5/4/63 Top of the Tangent, Palo Alto Most Jerry & Sarah Garcia (Jerry & Sarah only); all of known performance; CD #808
3/6/64 Venue Unknown Part Black Mountain Boys (Jerry, David Nelson, Robert Hunter, Eric Thompson & most likely Walt Brown); band also known as Black Mountain String Band; CD #756
7/18/64 Top of the Tangent, Palo Alto Part Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions; all of known performance; possibly, but unlikely to be, from the 7/16/64 or 7/17/64 – Top of the Tangent performances; Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions CD; CD #1957
11/3/65 Golden State Studios, S.F. Most The Warlocks; most of known in-studio performance used for the Autumn Records demo, The Emergency Crew; specific studio unknown; CD #495
1/8/66 Fillmore Auditorium Most All of known performance; Fillmore Acid Test; w/ Ken Kesey & various other Merry Pranksters; CD #1881
1/23/66 Longshoreman’s Hall, S.F. All
1/29/66b Sound City Recording Studios, S.F. Part Ken Kesey & the Merry Pranksters; The Acid Test Album Session; actual studio unknown; although certainly Ken Babbs and perhaps others know of additional material performed, this is all of the material still known to be in existence; w/ Jerry, Pigpen and Jim the Host; CD #2178
2/25/66 Ivar Theater, L.A. Most All of known performance; Hollywood Acid Test; CD #710
3/12/66 Danish Center, L.A. I(most),II(most) Danish Center Acid Test; all of known performance; CD #3859
    Filler 7/17/66
3/25/66 Trouper’s Club, L.A.

I(most),II(most)

All of known performance; Sunset Strip Acid Test; CD #2174
5/19/66 Avalon Ballroom I(most),II(most) Show, which also featured The Wildflower, Michael McClure, and The Outfit, billed as “A Reading & Dance Concert”; Straight Theater Benefit; all of known performance; CD #148
7/3/66 Fillmore Auditorium Part

Independence Ball; 2nd of the 3 band bill, for which Group B opened and Love headlined; the Dead’s set was dedicated to the Sundancers, Ignatio CO; CD #2175

7/16/66 Fillmore Auditorium I

CD #530

7/17/66 Fillmore Auditorium

Most

Most of known performance; CD #531

7/29/66 Pacific National Exhibition Garden Auditorium, Vancouver Part

British Columbia Trips Festival; festival billed as “British Columbia Festival”; CD #1006

7/30/66 Pacific National Exhibition Garden Auditorium, Vancouver I,II(part)

British Columbia Trips Festival; festival billed as “British Columbia Festival”; CD #1007

9/16/66 Avalon Ballroom Set(most),E1,E2 CD #889
10/2/66 San Francisco State College Radio Studio B & Gymnasium I(most),II(most), E(most)

Ken Kesey & the Merry Pranksters; San Francisco State Trips Festival; also billed Whatever It Is Festival; referred to as the San Francisco State Acid Test, though the event was not a true Acid Test; w/ Hugh Romney (Wavy Gravy) & the Grateful Dead; Kesey performed from Radio Studio B during I, while the other performers & the audience were in the Gymnasium; CD #3889

11/19/66 Fillmore Auditorium I(most),II

CD #634

11/29/66 The Matrix, S.F. II(most),III(most) Most of known performance since I does not circulate; CD #149
12/1/66

The Matrix, S.F.

I,II(most),III(most),

E(most)

W/ Jerry Pond; CD’s #’s 379-380
1/14/67a Golden Gate Park Polo Field Most Billed “A Gathering of the Tribes for a Human Be-In” & referred to as “The Great Human Be-In”; free concert; amongst many warm-up acts for headline speaker Allen Ginsberg;  Unofficial Acid Test; CD #3321
3/18/67 Winterland Arena I(most),II(most) 2nd of two warm-up acts for Chuck Berry; CD’s #’s 592-593
6/18/67 Monterey County Fairgrounds

All

Monterey International Pop Festival; although originally scheduled for Day 1 of the 3 day  festival, the band was one of many warm-up acts for The Who on the 3rd day; CD #3442
7/23/67 Straight Theater, S.F.

All

Billed “Straight Theater Opening 3rd Night”; all of known performance; w/ Neal Cassady; Neal raps solo & over the Dead; CD #3760
8/4/67 O’Keefe Centre, Toronto Part All of known performance; show billed “The San Francisco Sound in Toronto”; middle act of three which Jefferson Airplane headlined; CD #2455
8/5/67b O’Keefe Centre, Toronto Part All of known performance; show billed “The San Francisco Sound in Toronto”; middle act of three which Jefferson Airplane headlined; CD #2456
9/3/67 Rio Nido (CA) Dance Hall Set(most),E All of known performance; CD’s #’s 454-455
10/22/67 Winterland Arena

Most

Marijuana Defense Benefit; CD #2697
11/10/67 Shrine Auditorium

Most

Show billed as Amazing Electric Wonders included Buffalo Springfield and Blue Cheer; CD’s #’s 708-709
11/11/67 Shrine Auditorium Most Show billed as Amazing Electric Wonders included Buffalo Springfield and Blue Cheer; CD #707
1/17/68 Carousel Ballroom I(most),II(most) Show billed as Ben Franklin’s Birthday; CD #2760-2761
1/20/68 Municipal Auditorium, Eureka CA Most Show billed as The Quick & The Dead

because Quicksilver Messenger Service opened; CD #890

1/22/68 Eagles Auditorium, Seattle Most There is some speculation that the date & venue for this show is incorrect because no documentation other than the notations on the circulating tapes exists, but since there were no other shows between 1/20 & 1/23, the first of which is the first confirmed northwest show, one can reasonably assume that the date & venue are accurate; CD #2198
1/23/68 Eagles Auditorium, Seattle Most All of known performance; part from Road Trips Volume 2 Number 2 CD and end from Road Trips Volume 2 Number 2 Bonus CD; CD’s #’s 3147-3148
2/2/68 Crystal Ballroom, Portland OR Most Groundhog Day; all of known performance; CD #1542
2/14/68 Carousel Ballroom I(most),II,E St. Valentine’s Day; show in which Jerry pushed Phil down the stairs between sets; billed “St. Valentine’s Day, Be Mine”; II & particularly That’s It for the Other One dedicated to the memory of Neal Cassidy; Official Opening of the Carousel Ballroom; FM simulcast for II&E; I cloned from and II&E are Road Trips Volume 2 Number 2 CD; CD’s #’s 1140-1141
2/23/68 Kings Beach Bowl, Lake Tahoe CA All Show billed “Kings Beach North Shore Dance” and “Trip and Ski”; from Dick’s Picks Volume XXII CD; CD #1634
2/24/68 Kings Beach Bowl, Lake Tahoe CA Most Show billed “Kings Beach North Shore Dance” and “Trip and Ski”; from Dick’s Picks Volume XXII CD; CD #2958
3/16/68 Carousel Ballroom I,II(most) CD’s #’s 995-996
3/17/68 Carousel Ballroom I(end),II St. Patrick’s Day; Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 6; CD #3274
3/22/68 Michigan State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Detroit Most All of known performance; CD #3357
3/29/68 Carousel Ballroom I(most),II(most) CD #2305
3/30/68 Carousel Ballroom Most All of known performance; though DBXI shows this as a 2 set show w/ a repeat of Lovelite, it seems likely that this is a one set show & the second set is part of the next night at the Carousel’s 1st set & beginning of the 2nd set; CD #1967
3/31/68 Carousel Ballroom I(most),II(most) All of known performance; though DBXI shows this as a 3 song single set show, it seems likely that this is a full 2 set performance beg after the first Lovelite from 3/30/68; CD #1511
6/14/68b Fillmore East

Most

CD #1246
6/19/68 Carousel Ballroom

I(most),II

CD’s #’s 599-600
8/22/68 Fillmore West I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 763-764
8/23/68 Shrine Auditorium Most CD’s #’s 3202-3203
8/24/68 Shrine Auditorium All Two from the Vault CD; CD’s #’s 2080-2081
9/20/68 Berkeley Community Theatre Most All of known performance; w/ Vince Delgado & Pandit Ghosh; CD #3704
10/8/68 The Matrix, S.F. I(most),II(beg-most) Jerry Garrceeah (Garcia) & His Friends; previously thought to be billed as Mickey & the Hartbeats, probably because Jerry refers to the band as Mickey Hart & the Hartbeats before Elvin Bishop’s set; Jerry, Mickey, Billy & Jack Casady; opened for Elvin Bishop; CD’s #’s 2712-2713
10/8/68 The Matrix, S.F. All Elvin Bishop; w/ Billy & Mickey; CD #2666
10/10/68 The Matrix, S.F. All Jerry Garrceeah (Garcia) & His Friends; previously thought to be billed as Mickey & the Hartbeats; Jerry, Mickey, Billy & Jack Casady; w/ Phil & Marvin TBD; CD’s #’s 2298-2300
10/12/68 Avalon Ballroom I(most),II(most) CD #190
10/30/68 The Matrix, S.F. Most Jerry Garcia & Friends; previously thought to be billed as Mickey & the Hartbeats (i.e., Grateful Dead minus Bobby, Pigpen & T.C.); w/ Jack Casady & Elvin Bishop; CD’s #’s 568-569
12/7/68 Knights Hall Gymnasium, Bellarmine College, Louisville I(most),II(most) W/o Billy; CD’s #’s 2257-2258
12/16/68 The Matrix, S.F. All Mickey & the Hartbeats (i.e., Grateful Dead minus Bobby, Pigpen & T.C.); w/ Jack Casady, Spencer Dryden & David Getz); CD #317
12/24/68 The Matrix, S.F. Most Mickey & the Hartbeats (i.e., Grateful Dead minus Bobby, Pigpen & T.C.); Christmas Eve; w/o Phil & Billy; w/ Jack Casady, Harvey Mandel & George Chambers; CD #’s 318-319
12/29/68 Gulfstream Park Racetrack, Hallandale FL Most Middle day of 3-day Miami Pop Festival; CD #2546
2/4/69 The Music Box, Omaha Most CD’s #’s 227-228
2/7/69a Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh All CD #3100
2/7/69b Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh All CD #1005
2/11/69a Fillmore East All Fillmore East 2-11-69 CD; opened for Janis Joplin; CD #1937
2/11/69b Fillmore East Set,E(part) Fillmore East 2-11-69 CD; opened for Janis Joplin; CD #1938
2/15/69 Electric Factory, Philadelphia

I(most),II(most)

CD’s #’s 2788-2790
2/21/69 Dream Bowl, Napa CA Set(most),E CD’s #’s 2524-2525
2/22/69 Dream Bowl, Napa CA I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 2342-2343
2/26/69 The Matrix, S.F.

All

High Country; w/ Jerry as special guest banjoist; all of known performance; CD #72
2/27/69 Fillmore West I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 18-19
2/28/69 Fillmore West I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 238-240
3/1/69 Fillmore West I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 346-347
3/2/69 Fillmore West I,II(most) CD’s #’s 352-354
3/15/69 Hilton Hotel, S.F. Most The specific Hilton if applicable & actual venue in it are unknown; Phil’s 29th Birthday; billed “Black & White Ball”; San Francisco Symphony Benefit;  CD #746
4/4/69 Avalon Ballroom I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 3308-3309
4/5/69 Avalon Ballroom I,II(most) CD’s #’s 1177-1178
4/6/69 Avalon Ballroom I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1702-1703
4/17/69 Wahington University Quadrangle, St. Louis All Actual venue unknown; Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 12 CD; CD #3325-3326
4/18/69 Purdue University Memorial Union Ballroom, Lafayette Set(most),E CD’s #’s 2519-2520
4/20/69 Richard C. Daniels ’49 Theater, Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester Set(most),E CD’s #’s 3805-3806
4/21/69 The Ark, Boston I,II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 886-888
4/22/69 The Ark, Boston I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 876-878
4/23/69 The Ark, Boston I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 883-885
4/25/69 Electric Theater, Chicago Most 1st of 2 opening acts for Velvet Underground; CD #3722
4/26/69 Electric Theater, Chicago Set(most),E(most) 1st of most likely 2 opening acts for Velvet Underground; part of Set cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume 26 CD; CD’s #’s 704-706
4/27/69 Labor Temple, Minneapolis All Cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXVI CD; CD’s #’s 2077-2078
5/3/69b Winterland Arena I(most) CD #652
5/7/69 Golden Gate Park Polo Field Most Billy’s 23rd Birthday; opened for Jefferson Airplane; CD’s #’s 2866-2867
5/10/69 Most CD’s #’s 948-949
5/23/69 All 1st day of the Big Rock Pow Wow; cloned from Road Trips Volume 4 Number 1 CD; CD’s #’s 3795-3796
5/24/69 All 2nd day of the Big Rock Pow Wow; CD1 is Road Trips Volume 4 Number 1 CD and CD2 cloned from Road Trips Volume 4 Number 1 CD; CD’s #’s 2478-2479
6/8/69 All W/ Wayne “The Harp” Ceballos & Elvin Bishop; CD’s #’s 1227-1228
6/13/69 Fresno Convention Center Most W/ Ronnie Hawkins & possibly an unknown flautist, though the flautist is quite probably Hawkins; CD’s #’s 1534-1535
6/21/69b Fillmore East Most CD’s #’s 1110-1111
6/27/69 Santa Rosa Veterans Auditorium Set,E(most) W/ Peter Grant; CD’s #’s 2027-2028
6/28/69 Santa Rosa Veterans Auditorium Most W/ John Dawson & Peter Grant; all of known performance; CD #3948
7/5/69 Electric Theater, Chicago I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 2115-2116
7/12/69 New York State Pavilion, Flushing Meadow Park End(most) W/ numerous unknown guests from the audience; CD #2535
8/16/69 Max Yasgur’s Farm, Bethel Most Day 2 of scheduled 3 that turned into 4-day Woodstock Music & Art Fair; w/ Ken Babbs; also w/ Country Joe MacDonald, Ken Babbs & Chip Monck and most likely soundman David Freese  in speaking roles; CD’s #’s 2312-2313
8/20/69 Aqua Theatre, Seattle Most W/ Charles Lloyd; CD’s #’s 2192-2193
8/23/69 Pelletier Farm, St. Helen’s OR Set(most),E Bullfrog 2 Festival; w/ unidentified guest from the audience; CD’s #’s 1061-1062
8/29/69 Family Dog at the Great Highway, S.F. Most CD #2932
9/7/69 Family Dog at the Great Highway, S.F. All All of known set; w/ Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady & Joey Covington; CD #493
10/25/69 Winterland Arena End Last of three warm-up acts for Jefferson Airplane; w/ Stephen Stills; CD #3363
11/2/69 Family Dog at the Great Highway, S.F. Most CD’s #’s 3597-3598
11/7/69 Fillmore Auditorium Most Venue dubbed “The New Old Fillmore”; w/ unknown guest; CD’s #’s 155-156
11/8/69 Fillmore Auditorium

All

Venue dubbed “The New Old Fillmore”; w/ unknown guest; Dick’s Picks Volume XVI CD; CD’s #’s 286-288
12/12/69 Thelma Theater, L.A.

I,II(most)

CD’s #’s 3945-3947
    Filler 6/24/76 II
12/19/69 Fillmore Auditorium Most Venue dubbed “The New Old Fillmore”; 1st 4 tunes are Jerry & Bobby acoustic; CD’s #’s 2855-2856               
12/20/69 Fillmore Auditorium All Venue dubbed “The New Old Fillmore”; cloned from  Dave’s Picks Volume 6 CD; CD’s #’s 3922-3923
12/26/69 McFarlin Auditorium, SMU

I,II(most)

I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 496-497
12/28/69 Hollywood (FL) International Speedway Set(most),E All of known performance; Hollywood (FL) Pop Festival; CD’s #’s 2801-2802
12/31/69 Boston Tea Party

I,II(most)

New Year’s Eve; CD’s #’s 1869-1871
1/2/70a Fillmore East

Most

CD #66
1/2/70b Fillmore East Most CD’s #’s 69-70
1/3/70b Fillmore East Set(end-most),E CD’s  #’s 1540-1541
1/18/70 Springer’s Ballroom, Portland OR Most Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 2; CD #1322
1/23/70 Honolulu Civic Auditorium Most CD’s #’s 2623-2624
1/30/70 The Warehouse, N.O. Most T.C.’s last show; all of known shown; CD’s #’s 2962-2963
1/31/70 The Warehouse, N.O. I(most),II&III Grateful Dead other than Pigpen were arrested earlier in the day, an event later immortalized in Truckin’; CD’s #’s 2948-2949
2/2/70 Fox Theatre, St. Louis Most Groundhog Day; CD1 is Dave’s Picks Volume 6 CD and CD2 is cloned from  Dave’s Picks Volume 6 CD; CD’s #’s 1864-1865
2/4/70 Family Dog at the Great Highway, S.F. All

Grateful Dead Download Series – A Night at the Family Dog 2/4/70; I broadcast on 12/13/70 as part of the National Educational Television Network’s documentary San Francisco Rock: A Night at the Family Dog, which was Part 1 of a two-part series on contemporary rock music at the time; CD #3317

2/11/70a Fillmore East Most All of known performance; CD #408
2/11/70b Fillmore East Set(most),E W/ Duane & Gregg Allman, Barry Oakley & Peter Green; E is acoustic; CD’s #’s 194-195
2/13/70a Fillmore East Set(most),E Friday the 13th; CD #2354
2/13/70b Fillmore East I,II(most),III,E Friday the 13th; part of I&II material cloned from Bear’s Choice CD; II is acoustic; III is cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume IV CD; CD’s #’s 1152-1154
2/14/70a Fillmore East Most St. Valentine’s Day; CD #1594
2/14/70b Fillmore East

I,II(most),III

St. Valentine’s Day; part of I&II are cloned from Bear’s Choice, and III is cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume IV CD; CD’s #’s 1149-1150
2/28/70 Family Dog at the Great Highway, S.F. Set(most) CD’s #’s 2607-2608
3/21/70a Capitol Theater, Port Chester Most CD #3787
3/21/70b Capitol Theater, Port Chester I(most),II,III(most),E CD’s #’s 2861-2862
3/24/70 Pirate’s World Main Stage, Dania FL Most CD’s #’s 2428-2429
4/3/70 University of Cincinnati Armory Fieldhouse I(most),II,III(most) CD’s #’s 2314-2315
4/15/70 Winterland Arena Most CD’s #’s 3788-3789
4/24/70 Mammoth Gardens, Denver I,II(most) I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 2698-2699
5/2/70 Harpur College of Arts & Sciences Gymnasium, SUNY Binghamton Most New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player, Mickey as regular drummer & Bobby as special guest; warm-up act for the Grateful Dead; CD #450
5/2/70 Harpur College of Arts & Sciences Gymnasium, SUNY Binghamton I,II(most),III I is acoustic; w/John Dawson & David Nelson; Dick’s Picks Volume VIII CD,  except CR&S; CD’s #’s 446-449
    Filler 2/18/71 II
5/6/70 Kresge Plaza, MIT All Free show in support of the students’ protest of the Kent State University killings on 5/4/70; CD’s #’s 11-12
5/7/70 Dupont Gymnasium, MIT Most New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player, Mickey as regular drummer & Bobby as special guest; warm-up act for the Grateful Dead; CD #1560
5/7/70 Dupont Gymnasium, MIT I(most),II Billy’s 24th Birthday; w/ David Nelson; CD’s #’s 1561-1563
5/14/70 Meramec Community College Theatre, Kirkwood MO I,II(most) Actual venue lost to history but almost undoubtedly in the Theatre; I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 2988-2989
5/15/70a Fillmore East All

I is acoustic; w/ John Dawson & David Nelson; CD’s #’s 693-694

5/15/70b Fillmore East I(most),IIE I&E are acoustic; w/John Dawson & David Nelson; CD’s #’s 701-703
5/16/70 Temple Stadium, Temple University Part All of known performance; performed immediately before headliner Jimi Hendrix Experience in multi-band show; CD #2211
6/1/70 The Matrix Part Jerry Garcia Howard Wales; all of known performance; almost undoubtedly the correct date since the liner notes imply that this was from the first of many Jerry & Wales jam sessions at the Matrix, and neither of the two earlier dates that included Howard Wales listed on The Jerry Site have this billing, and it’s highly unlikely that Jerry is in the band in the latter of the two; Side Trips Volume One: Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia Live CD; CD #1923
6/24/70a Capitol Theater, Port Chester I,II(most),E(most) I is acoustic; CD #’s 2284-2285
6/24/70a Capitol Theater, Port Chester All New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player & Mickey as regular drummer; warm-up act for the Grateful Dead; CD #937
6/24/70b Capitol Theater, Port Chester Most New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player & Mickey as regular drummer; warm-up act for the Grateful Dead; CD #3257
6/24/70b Capitol Theater, Port Chester I(most),II,E1,E2 I mat’l & E2 is acoustic; w/John Dawson & David Nelson; CD’s #’s 3023-3025
7/12/70 Fillmore East I(most),II(most)

I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 3380-3382

7/14/70 Euphoria Ballroom, San Rafael I(most),II(most)

I is acoustic; w/ David Crosby; CD’s #’s 679-680

8/5/70 San Diego Community Concourse Golden Hall All

Acoustic; w/ John Dawson & David Nelson; CD #3169

8/18/70 Fillmore West I(most),II(most)

I is acoustic; w/ David Crosby; CD’s #’s 1610-1611

9/18/70 Fillmore East

Most

New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player & Mickey as regular drummer; w/ Bobby; warm-up act for the Grateful Dead; CD #3396
9/19/70 Fillmore East

Most

New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player & Mickey as regular drummer; warm-up act for the Grateful Dead; CD #3817
9/19/70 Fillmore East I(end),II(most) I material is acoustic; w/John Dawson, David Nelson & 2 unknown audience members; CD’s #’s 3456-3457
9/20/70 Fillmore East

All

New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player & Mickey as regular drummer; warm-up act for the Grateful Dead; CD #1241
9/20/70 Fillmore East

I(most),II(most)

W/ David Grisman & David Nelson; I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 1237-1239
10/23/70 McDonough Arena, Georgetown University, Washington Set(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 1527-1528
10/30/70b SUNY Stony Brook Gymnasium Most CD’s #’s 1461-1462
10/31/70a SUNY Stony Brook Gymnasium Most Halloween; CD #1683
10/31/70b SUNY Stony Brook Gymnasium All New Riders of the Purple Sage; Halloween; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player; opened for the Grateful Dead; CD #897
10/31/70b SUNY Stony Brook Gymnasium All Halloween; CD #3705-3706
11/6/70 Capitol Theater, Port Chester All New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player & Mickey as regular drummer; warm-up act for the Grateful Dead; CD #2506
11/6/70 Capitol Theater, Port Chester I(most),II,III(most) CD’s #’s 1798-1800
11/8/70 Capitol Theater, Port Chester Most New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player & Mickey as regular drummer; warm-up act for the Grateful Dead; CD #881
11/8/70 Capitol Theater, Port Chester I,II(most) CD’s #’s 2723-2725
11/23/70 Anderson Theater, NYC Set(most),E NYC Hell’s Angels Benefit; w/ Stevie Winwood, Will Scarlet, Jim Capaldi, Chris Wood & Ramblin’ Jack Elliot; CD’s #’s 1618-1619
12/20/70 The Matrix, S.F. All David & the Dorks; David Crosby, Jerry, Phil & Mickey; only performance by this band; CD #2845
12/26/70 American Legion Stadium, El Monte CA I(most),II(beg) CD’s #’s 2406-2407
12/27/70 American Legion Stadium, El Monte CA I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 3031-3032
12/28/70 American Legion Stadium, El Monte CA I(most),II CD’s #’s 3302-3303
2/18/71 Capitol Theater, Port Chester    I(most),II(most) 1st of 6 ESP Shows; Mickey’s last show until 10/20/74; CD’s #’s 223-224
2/19/71 Capitol Theater, Port Chester I,II(most) 2nd of 6 ESP Shows; CD’s #’s 1334-1336
2/23/71 Capitol Theater, Port Chester I(most)

5th of 6 ESP Shows; CD #638

3/18/71 Fox Theatre, St Louis I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 2528-2530
4/6/71 Manhattan Center I(most),II(most) Last of three Dance Marathon shows; CD’s #’s 1389-1390
4/7/71 Boston Music Hall I,II(most) CD’s #’s 2430-2431
4/15/71 David Mead Field House, Allegheny College, Meadville PA I(most),II(part) CD’s #’s 1247-1248
4/17/71 Dillon Gym, Princeton I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 1421-1423
4/26/71 Fillmore East I(most),II(most) W/ Duane Allman; CD’s #’s 311-312
4/27/71 Fillmore East Most New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player; opening act for the Grateful Dead; CD #3682
4/27/71 Fillmore East I,II(most),III(most)

W/ the Beach Boys; CD’s #’s 605-607

4/28/71 Fillmore East All New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player; opening act for the Grateful Dead; CD’s #’s 768-769
4/28/71 Fillmore East I(most),II(most) W/ T.C. ; CD’s #’s 619-621
4/29/71 Fillmore East Most New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player; opened the Grateful Dead; CD’s #’s 686-687
4/29/71 Fillmore East I(most),II(most),E1,E2 CD’s #’s 330-332
6/21/71 Herouville Castle, Auvers-on-Oise FRANCE I(end),II(most) Free show; though it is not known what other bands performed, Grateful Dead didn’t close the show; CD’s 2644-2645
7/2/71 Fillmore West I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 827-829
7/31/71 Yale Bowl I(most),II(most) Part of each set cloned from Road Trips Volume 1 Number 3 CD, and part of II cloned from Road Trips Volume 1 Number 3 Bonus Disc CD; CD’s #’s 1574-1576
8/4/71 Federal Correctional Institution Terminal Island, San Pedro Most Actual venue unknown; performance for Bear who was incarcerated there at the time; free show; e/o/set cloned from Road Trips Volume 1 Number 3 Bonus Disc CD; CD’s #’s 3808-3809
8/5/71 Hollywood Palladium Most New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player; most of known performance; opening act for the Grateful Dead; CD #2944
8/6/71 Hollywood Palladium All New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player; opening act for the Grateful Dead; CD’s #’s 3069-3070
8/6/71 Hollywood Palladium All Part of I cloned from Road Trips Volume 1 Number 3 Bonus Disc CD, and CD2 cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXXV CD; CD’s #’s 3252-3253
8/7/71 San Diego Convention Hall All CD1 is Dick’s Picks Volume XXXV CD and CD2 cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXXV CD; CD’s #’s 3064-3065
8/14/71 Berkeley Community Theatre I,II(most),E1,E2 Band performs HBD Jam for David Crosby’s 30th Birthday, who was in attendance; CD’s #’s 1074-1075
8/15/71 Berkeley Community Theatre I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 325-326
8/21/71 The Studio Barn, Mickey Hart’s Ranch, Novato CA Most Mickey Hart, Jerry Garcia & Phil Lesh; free show; w/ Bobby, David Crosby, John Cipollina, Nicky Hopkins & Merl Saunders; only; CD’s #’s 3452-3453
8/23/71 Chicago Auditorium Theatre I(part),II(part)

Cloned from Road Trips Volume 1 Number 3 CD; CD #2393

8/24/71 Chicago Auditorium Theatre I(part),II(part)

Cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXXV CD; CD’s #’s 3304-3305

8/26/71 Gaelic Park, Bronx I(most),II(most),E Pigpen’s last show until 12/1/71; CD’s #’s 1521-1523
9/23/71 Harding Theater, S.F.

I,II(most)

New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player; w/ unknown guest from the audience; CD’s #’s 3122-3123
9/24/71a The Lion’s Share, San Anselmo CA Most Jerry Garcia, Tom Fogerty, Merl Saunders & Friends; CD #3109
9/24/71b The Lion’s Share, San Anselmo CA All Jerry Garcia, Tom Fogerty, Merl Saunders & Friends; CD #3611
10/21/71 Chicago Auditorium Theatre I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3751-3752
10/22/71 Chicago Auditorium Theatre All Dave’s Picks Volume 3 CD; CD’s #’s 3897-3898
10/26/71 Louis Alexander Palestra, University of Rochester’s River Campus, Rochester All Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 3; CD’s #’s 3264-3265
10/30/71 Taft Theatre, Cincinnati All New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Jerry as regular pedal steel player; opening act for the Grateful Dead; CD’s #’s 2846-2847
10/31/71 Ohio Theatre, Columbus II Halloween; Dick’s Picks Volume II CD; CD #1790
11/7/71 Harding Theater, S.F. II(most),E CD’s #’s 2241-2242
11/14/71 Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, TCU, Fort Worth All CD’s #’s 3773-3774
11/15/71 Austin Municipal Auditorium All Road Trips Volume 3 Number 2 CD;  CD’s #’s 1554-1555
12/5/71

I(most),II

CD’s #’s 1294-1296
12/6/71

I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 1297-1299
12/7/71

I(most),II,E

CD’s #’s 1300-1301
12/9/71 Fox Theatre, St. Louis I(most),II CD’s #’s 859-860
12/10/71 Fox Theatre, St. Louis I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2490-2492
12/14/71 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor I,II(most) CD’s #’s 381-383
12/15/71 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor I(most),II(most),E(part) CD’s #’s 2003-2004
12/31/71 Winterland Arena Pre-I(most),II(most),E New Year’s Eve; unknown special guests; CD’s #’s 1991-1992
1/15/72 Keystone Korner, S.F. I,II(most) Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; CD’s #’s 3322-3323
1/19/72 The Lion’s Share, San Anselmo CA I(most) Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; all of known performance; w/ Paul Butterfield; CD #629
1/20/72 The Lion’s Share, San Anselmo CA All Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; CD’s #’s 846-847
2/6/72 Pacific High Recording Studios, S.F. I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia, John Kahn, Billy Kreutzmann & & Merl Saunders; in-studio, live performance; actual studio unknown; KSAN-FM broadcast; CD’s #’s 3241-3242
3/5/72 Winterland Arena I,II(most),E American Indian Benefit; CD’s #’s 2646-2647
3/21/72 Academy of Music, NYC I(most),II CD’s #’s 3717-3719
3/22/72 Academy of Music, NYC II(part) Cloned from Rockin’ the Rhein with the Grateful Dead Bonus CD; CD #3045
3/23/72 Academy of Music, NYC I(most),II DStar cloned from the Rockin’ the Rhein Bonus CD; CD’s #’s 101-103
3/25/72 Academy of Music, NYC I,II(most) Band billed as Jerry Garcia & Friends; w/ Bo Diddley; part of I&II cloned from Dick’s Pick Volume XXX CD; CD’s #’s 3480-3481
3/27/72 Academy of Music, NYC I(most),II(most),E PITB from  cloned from Dick’s Pick Volume XXX CD; CD’s #’s 3520-3522
3/28/72 Academy of Music, NYC I,II(most),E Dick’s Pick Volume XXX CD; CD’s #’s 2919-2921
4/7/72 Wembley Empire Pool, London I(most),II,E Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 1 CD; CD’s #’s 3846-3848
4/8/72 Wembley Empire Pool, London I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1127-1129
4/11/72 Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle Upon Tyne ENGLAND All Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 3 CD; CD’s #’s 2905-2907
4/14/72 Tivoli Concert Hall, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen All Cloned from Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 4 CD; CD’s #’s 3842-3845
4/16/72 Aarhus University Cafeteria, Aarhus University Students’ House, Aarhus DENMARK All Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 5 CD; CD’s #’s 3852-3854
4/17/72 Tivoli Concert Hall, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen All Cloned from Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 6 CD; CD’s #’s 3839-3841
4/21/72 Beat-Club, Bremen WEST GERMANY All Free show performed for a group of West German TV technicians for later partial rebroadcast on the TV show Beat-Club, which on 5/27/72 included One More Saturday Night; Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 7 CD; CD #3855
4/24/72 Rhine Hall, Dusseldorf All Cloned from Rockin’ the Rhein with the Grateful Dead CD; CD’s 2871-2873
4/26/72 Century Hall, Frankfurt I(most),II Part of the available material from I&II on Hundred Year Hall CD; CD’s #’s 1302-1304
4/29/72 Hamburg Music Hall All Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 10 CD; CD’s #’s 3856-3858
5/3/72 Olympia Theater, Paris All Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 11 CD; CD’s #’s 3860-3863
5/4/72 Olympia Theater, Paris I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1174-1176
5/7/72 Bickershaw Festival of Contemporary Arts & Music, Wigan ENGLAND All Billy’s 26th Birthday; Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 13 CD; CD’s #’s 2151-2154
5/10/72 Amsterdam Concert Hall I(most),II CD’s #’s 1716-1718
5/11/72 Rotterdam Civic Hall All CD’s #’s 1369-1372
5/13/72 Lille Fairgrounds All Free show; Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 16 CD; CD’s #’s 2663-2665
5/16/72 The Big Room of the Big Theatre, Luxembourg

All

Free show; international radio simulcast via Radio Luxembourg; CD1 cloned from Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 17 CD and CD2 is Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 17 CD; CD’s #’s 1034-1035
5/18/72 German Congressional Museum, Munich All CD’s #’s 302-304
5/23/72 Lyceum Theatre, London All

Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 19; CD’s #’s 2155-2157

5/24/72 Lyceum Theatre, London All

Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 20; CD’s #’s 3890-3892

5/25/72 Lyceum Theatre, London All

Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings Show 21; CD’s #’s 3893-3896

5/26/72 Lyceum Theatre, London All CD’s #’s 2138-2141
7/16/72 Dillon Stadium, Hartford I(most),II(most),E W/ Dickey Betts, Berry Oakley & Jai Johanny Johanson; CD’s #’s 3710-3712
7/18/72 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City I(end),II(most),III(most) CD’s #’s 1413-1415
7/21/72 Paramount Northwest Theatre, Seattle I(most),II,E1,E2(most) From Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 10; CD’s #’s 3422-3424
7/22/72 Paramount Northwest Theatre, Seattle I(most),II(most),E Part of I, e/o/II & E from Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 10; CD’s #’s 3221-3223
7/26/72 Paramount Theater, Portland OR I(part),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 960-961
8/12/72 Sacramento Memorial Auditorium I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 308-310

8/21/72   Berkeley Community Theatre I(most),II CD’s  #’s 3784-3786
8/22/72

Berkeley Community Theatre

I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 671-673
8/24/72

Berkeley Community Theatre

All CD’s #’s 2562-2564
8/27/72 Old Renaissance Faire Grounds’ Temple Meadow, Veneta OR            I(most),II,III Springfield Creamery Benefit; Field Trip show; CD’s #’s 201-203
9/3/72 Folsom Field, University of CO, Boulder I(most),II(most),

III(most)

Part of III cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXXVI CD; CD’s #’s 3210-3213
9/17/72 Baltimore Civic Center All CD1 is Dick’s Picks Volume XXIII CD, and remainder except SNite Encore cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXIII CD; CD’s #’s 2052-2054
9/21/72 Philadelphia Spectrum All Dick’s Pick Volume XXXVI CD ; CD’s #’s 989-992
9/23/72 Palace Theater , Waterbury CT I(most),II CD’s #’s 1107-1109
9/24/72 Palace Theater , Waterbury CT I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1142-1144
9/26/72 Stanley Theater, Jersey City I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 8-10
9/27/72 Stanley Theater, Jersey City All Dick’s Pick Volume XI CD; CD’s #’s 1781-1783
9/28/72 Stanley Theater, Jersey City I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 1500-1502
10/9/72 Winterland Arena I(most),II(most) Jokingly billed as Road Crew Benefit; w/ Grace Slick; CD’s #’s 3152-3154
10/18/72 Fox Theatre, St. Louis I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 107-109
11/15/72 Oklahoma City Music Hall II(part) Cloned from Dave’s Picks Volume 11 CD; CD #3953
11/17/72 Century II Convention Hall, Century II Convention Center, Wichita All CD’s 1& 2 are  Dave’s Picks Volume 11 CD and CD3 cloned from Dave’s Picks Volume 11 CD; CD’s #’s 2375-2377
11/19/72 Hofheinz Pavilion, University of Houston I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 2181-2183
11/22/72 Austin Municipal Auditorium I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2018-2020
11/23/72 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin I(most),II(most),

III(most)

Thanksgiving Jam; all of known performance; only performance ever by the band consisting of Jerry, Phil, Billy, Leon Russell, Doug Sahm, Mary Egan, Hank Alrich, Benny Thurman & Jerry Barnett; Thanksgiving night; CD’s #’s 560-562
12/11/72 Winterland Arena I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 3686-3688
12/20/72 Keystone Berkeley I,II(most) Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; w/ Roger “Jellyroll” Troy, Danny Cox & an unknown trumpet player; CD’s #’s 690-692
12/31/72 Winterland Arena I(most),II(most),E(most) New Year’s Eve; CD’s #’s 924-927
1/19/73 Keystone Berkeley I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; w/ Marty David for John Kahn;  all of known performance; CD’s #’s 3979-3981
2/9/73 Roscoe Maples Pavilion, Stanford University, Palo Alto I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 349-351
2/15/73 Dane County Coliseum, Madison I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 1234-1236
2/19/73 International Amphitheatre, Chicago II(most),E CD’s #’s 2960-2961
2/26/73 Pershing Municipal Auditorium, Lincoln I(most),II Part of CD1 & all off CD2 cloned from, and CD3 is Dick’s Picks Volume XXVIII CD; CD’s #’s 2945-2947
2/28/73 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City All All but PLand cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXVIII CD; CD’s #’s 3948-3950
3/18/73 Madison Square Garden’s Felt Forum All

New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Keith, Donna, Jerry, Bobby & Ramblin’ Jack Elliott; CD’s #’s 2367-2369

3/21/73 Utica Memorial Auditorium I(most),II(most)

CD’s #’s 1278-1280

3/24/73 Philadelphia Spectrum I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 830-832

3/28/73 Springfield Civic Center All Dave’s Picks Volume 16 CD; CD’s #’s 3464-3466
4/4/73a Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester Set(part)

New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Keith & Donna; CD #3113

4/4/73b Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester Part

New Riders of the Purple Sage; w/ Keith & Donna; CD #3114-3115

5/20/73 UCSB Stadium I(most),II(most),

III(most),E

CD’s #’s 1485-1488

5/26/73 Kezar Stadium I(most),II(most),

III(most),E

Billed “Dancing on the Outdoor Green”; CD’s #’s 411-413

6/9/73 RFK Stadium I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 791-794
6/10/73 RFK Stadium I(most),II(most),E(most) W/ Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts & Merl; CD’s #’s 184-187
6/22/73 Pacific National Exhibition Coliseum, Vancouver I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 1517-1520

6/24/73 Portland (OR) Coliseum All CD’s #’s 3094-3096
6/26/73 Seattle Center Arena I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2212-2214
6/30/73 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City CA I(most),II,E Partial solar eclipse; CD’s #’s 2559-2561
7/1/73 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City CA I,II(most) CD’s #’s 611-613
7/5/73 The Lion’s Share, San Anselmo CA I,II(most) Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; w/ unknown trumpet player; CD’s #’s 3973-3975
7/10/73 Keystone Berkeley

I(most),II

Clone of Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; Keystone Companions: The Complete 1973 Fantasy Recordings CD; CD’s #’s 3905-3906
7/11/73 Keystone Berkeley

All

Clone of Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; Keystone Companions: The Complete 1973 Fantasy Recordings CD; CD’s #’s 3907-3908
7/27/73 Watkins Glen Grand Prix Racetrack I(most),II(most) Watkins Glen Soundcheck; CD’s #’s 1039-1040
7/28/73 Watkins Glen Grand Prix Racetrack I(most),II(most),

E1(most),E2(most)

Billed “Summer Jam”; purportedly w/ all of the members of the Allman Brothers & the Band, but it seems suspect that all of the members of all three bands would be performing on stage at the same time; CD’s #’s 342-345
7/31/73 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City

All

CD’s #’s 2480-2482
8/1/73 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City

I(most),II,E

Jerry’s 31st Birthday; CD’s #’s 1803-1805
9/7/73 Nassau Coliseum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1787-1789
9/8/73 Nassau Coliseum I(most),II(most),E 28th anniversary of Pigpen’s birth; CD’s #’s 2328-2330
9/15/73 Providence Civic Center I(most)II(most),E W/ Martin Fierro & Joe Ellis; CD’s #’s 776-778
9/26/73 Buffalo War Memorial I(most),II(most),E W/ Martin Fierro & Joe Ellis; CD’s #’s 1968-1970
    Filler 8/16/69
10/1/73 The Boarding House, S.F. I(most),II(part) Old & in the Way; all but Catfish, which was taped onto cassette & the bumped up to CD, cloned from Old & in the Way, High Lonesome Sound, and Breakdown CD’s; CD #1858
10/8/73 The Boarding House, S.F. I(most),II(most)&E Old & in the Way;  cloned from Old & in the Way, High Lonesome Sound and Breakdown CD’s; CD’s #’s 1866-1867
10/19/73 Oklahoma City Fairgrounds Arena All Dick’s Picks Volume XIX; CD’s #’s 583-585
10/25/73 Dane County Coliseum, Madison II(most),E CD’s #’s 2041-2042
10/29/73

Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis

I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1027-1029
10/30/73

Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis

I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1041-1044
11/4/73 CA State College Sonoma, Cotati I(most),II(most) Old & in the Way; all of known performance; actual venue unknown; w/ Ramblin’ Jack Elliot; college now known as Sonoma State University; CD’s #’s 1344-1345
11/9/73 Winterland Arena All Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings CD; CD’s #’s 2816-2818
11/10/73 Winterland Arena All Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings CD; CD’s #’s 3634-3636
11/11/73 Winterland Arena All Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings CD; CD’s #’s 2653-2655
11/14/73 San Diego Sports Arena All CD #3886-3888
11/17/73 Pauley Pavilion, UCLA I,II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 2306-2308
11/20/73 Denver Coliseum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 440-442
11/21/73 Denver Coliseum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 50-52
11/25/73 Feyline Field, Tempe I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 644-646
11/30/73 Boston Music Hall All Part of I cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XIV CD & e/o/II is Dick’s Picks Volume XIV CD; w/o Donna; CD’s #’s 3467-3469
12/1/73 Boston Music Hall All W/o Donna; CD’s #’s 2082-2084
12/2/73 Boston Music Hall I(most),II,E Part of I, most of II & the Encore cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XIV CD; w/o Donna; CD’s #’s 724-726
12/4/73 Cincinnati Gardens I(part),II Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings Bonus CD, Cincinnati 12/4/73; w/o Donna; CD #3644
12/6/73 Cleveland Civic Center I(most),II W/o Donna; CD’s #’s 1742-1744
12/10/73 Charlotte Coliseum I(part),II(most),E Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 8; CD’s #’s 3295-3296
12/18/73 Curtis Hixon Convention Hall, Tampa All CD’s #’s 760-762
12/19/73 Curtis Hixon Convention Hall, Tampa I(most),II(most),E Part of I & most of II cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume I CD; CD’s #’s 1792-1794
12/31/73 Cow Palace, Daly City CA I,II(most),III(most),

IV(most)

Allman Brothers Band; w/ Jerry, Billy, Boz Scaggs, Toy Caldwell & Les Dudek; New Year’s Eve; North American Indian Benefit; CD’s #’s 3050-3053

1/17/74 Keystone Berkeley I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; CD’s #’s 3243-3244
2/5/74 Great American Music Hall Filler Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; 5/1/88 I
2/9/74 Rheem Theater, Moraga CA

I,II(most)

Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; CD’s #’s 1495-1496
2/24/74 Winterland Arena

All

CD’s #’s #’s 1068-1070
3/23/74 Cow Palace, Daly City CA All Show billed as The Sound Test for the Wall of Sound; CD’s #’s 1890-1892
5/12/74 University of Nevada at Reno All

Actual venue unknown; CD’s #’s 1331-1333

5/14/74 Adams Field House, University of MT, Missoula All Dave’s Picks Volume 9 CD; CD’s #’s 3942-3944
5/19/74 Portland Coliseum, Portland OR I(most),II,E

CD’s #’s 1071-1073

5/21/74 Hec S. Edmundson Pavilion, University of WA, Seattle

I(most),II(most),E(most)

CD’s #’s 2012-2014
5/25/74 UC Santa Barbara Stadium All CD’s #’s 2107-2109
6/4/74 The Lion’s Share, San Anselmo CA All Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; w/ Alice Stuart; CD’s #’s 3245-3246
6/6/74 Keystone Berkeley I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; CD’s #’s 1756-1757
6/16/74 Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines I(most), II(most), III(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 257-260
6/18/74 Freedom Hall, Louisville All CD’s #’s 88-90
6/22/74 Miami Jai-Alai Fronton I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 538-540
6/23/74 Miami Jai-Alai Fronton

I(most),II,III(most),E

W/ Ned; CD’s #’s 294-296
6/26/74 Providence Civic Center All W/ Ned; E & all but  1st two tunes of III cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XII CD; CD’s #’s 1020-1022
6/28/74

Boston Garden

I(most),II(most),III,E W/ Ned Lagin; III from WRS to end & Encore from Dick’s Picks Volume XII CD; rest of III cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XII CD; CD’s #’s 1024-1026
6/30/74 Springfield Civic Center I(most),II,III CD’s #’s 327-329
7/19/74 Selland Arena, Fresno I,II,III(most) Keith’s 26th Birthday; w/ Ned Lagin; CD’s #’s 3810-3812
7/21/74 Hollywood Bowl I(most),II,III(most),E CD’s #’s 589-591
7/22/74 Keystone Berkeley I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; all of known performance; CD’s #’s 3218-3219
7/25/74 International Amphitheatre, Chicago I(most),III,E CD’s #’s 427-429
7/29/74 Capital Centre, Landover I(most),III(most),

E(most)

CD’s #’s 904-906
7/31/74 Dillon Stadium, Hartford All W/ Ned Lagin; CD’s 1&4 are Dave’s Picks Volume 2 CD and the rest of the show except III cloned from Dave’s Picks Volume 2 CD; CD’s #’s 1076-1079
8/4/74 Philadelphia Civic Convention Hall All W/ Ned Lagin; CD’s #’s 894-896
8/5/74 Philadelphia Civic Convention Hall All W/ Ned Lagin; CD’s #’s 1386-1388
8/6/74 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City All W/ Ned Lagin; CD’s #’s 817-820
8/30/74 Freeborn Hall, UC Davis Most Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; CD’s #’s 2570-2571
9/1/74 Keystone Berkeley All Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; Pure Jerry Keystone Berkeley 9/1/74 CD; w/ an unknown trumpet player; CD’s #’s 3181-3183
9/9/74 Alexandra Palace, London Set(part) Part of the available material is cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume VII CD; CD #1853
9/10/74 Alexandra Palace, London I(part),III(part),E Part of the available material from I, most of the available material from III, and E is cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume VII CD; CD’s 1854-1855                                                                    
9/11/74 Alexandra Palace, London I(part),II(most),

III(beg)

II is w/ Ned; part of the available material from I is cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume VII CD; CD’s #’s 1856-1857
9/18/74 Exhibition Park, Dijon FRANCE I(most),III(most) CD’s #’s 1424-1426
10/16/74 Winterland Arena I(most),II(most),E W/ Ned Lagin; Bobby’s 27th Birthday; CD’s #’s 711-714
10/17/74 Winterland Arena I,II,III,E(part) W/ Ned Lagin; CD’s #’s 3654-3656
10/18/74 Winterland Arena I(most),II,III(most),E W/ Ned Lagin; CD’s #’s 357-359
10/19/74 Winterland Arena I,III(most),E1,E2 CD’s #’s 729-731
10/20/74 Winterland Arena I(most),III,IV,E1,

E2(most)

Billed “Farewell” and “The Last One”; final Wall of Sound show; w/ Mickey; CD’s #’s 732-734
11/9/74b Capitol Theatre, Passaic Most Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; CD’s #’s 2885-2886
11/29/74 Chateau Liberte, Santa Cruz All Kingfish; opened for Timbercreek; CD’s #’s 3939-3940
12/14/74 Paramount Theater, Portland OR II Legion of Mary; GarciaLive Volume Three Download; CD #3928
12/15/74 Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Ballroom, University of Oregon, Eugene I(end),II(beg),E Legion of Mary; GarciaLive Volume Three Download;  CD’s #’s 3929-3930
12/29/74b Golden Bear, Huntington Beach Most Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders; CD’s #’s 3007-3008
3/23/75 Kezar Stadium All Jerry Garcia & Friends; San Francisco Students Need Athletics Culture & Kicks (S.F. SNACK) Benefit; GD plus Merl Saunders & Ned Lagin; CD #976
4/6/75a Orpheum Theatre, Boston Most Legion of Mary; CD #2389
4/6/75b Orpheum Theatre, Boston Most Legion of Mary; CD #2900-2901
4/9/75a Part Legion of Mary; CD #3269
4/12/75b Masonic Temple & Scottish Rite Cathedral Auditorium, Scranton Most Legion of Mary; possibly but unlikely held in the Grand Ballroom; CD #2346
4/19/75 Oriental Theater, Milwaukee Most Legion of Mary; CD’s #’s 2550-2551
5/15/75 Great American Music Hall, S.F. I(most),II(most) Legion of Mary; CD’s #’s 2038-2040
5/21/75 Keystone Berkeley I(most),II(most) Legion of Mary; CD’s #’s 1952-1953
6/3/75 Keystone Berkeley I(most),II Legion of Mary; CD’s #’s 1677-1678
6/17/75 Winterland Arena All

Band billed as Jerry Garcia & Friends; Bob Fried Memorial Boogie; CD’s #’s 1048-1049

7/4/75 Great American Music Hall I(most),II Legion of Mary; Independence Day; CD’s #’s 1877-1878
8/13/75 Great American Music Hall All W/ Bill Graham; free, by invitation only show; One from the Vault CD; CD’s #’s 1906-1907
8/20/75 Great American Music Hall I(most) Keith & Donna Band; all of known performance; CD’s #’s 2577-2578
9/28/75 Lindley Meadows, Golden Gate Park Most Band billed as Jerry Garcia & Friends; free show;  w/ Matthew Kelly; CD’s #’s 2473-2474
10/17/75 Concord (CA) Pavilion Most Jerry Garcia Band; 1st 5 songs cloned from clone of bootleg CD “Smells Like Dead Spirit”; CD #3368
10/23/75 Palace Theater, Providence All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2927-2928
10/24/75a Orpheum Theatre, Boston All Jerry Garcia Band; CD #3793
10/24/75b Orpheum Theatre, Boston All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3072-3073
11/1/75a Capitol Theatre, Passaic All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1159-1160
11/1/75b Capitol Theatre, Passaic Most Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1161-1162
11/17/75 Keystone Berkeley I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; part of II cloned from Let It Rock, Jerry Garcia Collection, Volume 2: Jerry Garcia Band, Keystone Berkeley, November 17 & 18, 1975 CD;  CD’s #’s 3758-3759
11/18/75 Keystone Berkeley I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; most of I and part of II cloned from Let It Rock, Jerry Garcia Collection, Volume 2: Jerry Garcia Band, Keystone Berkeley, November 17 & 18, 1975 CD;  CD’s #’s 3756-3757
12/20/75 Winterland Arena All Keith & Donna Band; 2nd of 3 bands supporting JGB; though listed in DBXI as the Early Show, because there were 3 opening acts, all shown on both shows, this seems highly unlikely and I’ve chosen The Jerry Site listing of a single show even though it also lists this show incorrectly as Jerry Garcia & Friends at the “Bob Fried Memorial Boogie” (see 6/17/75 and http://www.peconic.net/members/worwetz/aa3.htm); CD #2358
12/31/75 Keystone Berkeley All Jerry Garcia Band; New Year’s Eve; w/o Run Tutt; w/ Matthew Kelly, Greg Errico, Mickey & Bobby; CD’s #’s 941-942
2/21/76a La Paloma Theater, Encinitas CA All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2597-2598
2/21/76b La Paloma Theater, Encinitas CA Set(most),E Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2956-2957
3/11/76 Roxy, West Hollywood Most Kingfish; CD #3941
4/1/76 Palace Theater, Waterbury I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; April Fool’s Day; CD’s #’s 3165-3167
4/3/76b Beacon Theater, NYC All Kingfish; CD’s #’s 1217-1218
5/21/76 Orpheum Theatre, S.F. All Jerry Garcia Band; CD1 is Don’t Let Go CD and CD2 is cloned from Don’t Let Go CD; CD’s #’s 2859-2860
6/3/76 Paramount Theater, Portland OR All CD’s #’s 3485-3487
6/9/76 Boston Music Hall I(most),II,E

CD’s 1&2 are Road Trips Volume 4 Number 5 CD and CD3 is cloned from Road Trips Volume 4 Number 5 CD; CD’s #’s 3849-3851

6/11/76 Boston Music Hall

All

CD’s #’s 743-745
6/12/76 Boston Music Hall I(most),II,E

Part of I, part of II, and E cloned from Road Trips Volume 4 Number 5 CD; CD’s #’s 3488-3490

6/14/76 Beacon Theater, NYC I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2401-2403
6/15/76 Beacon Theater, NYC I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 3601-3603
6/18/76 Capitol Theatre, Passaic All CD’s #’s 1834-1835
6/19/76 Capitol Theatre, Passaic I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 852-854
6/21/76 Tower Theater, Upper Darby PA All Part of I from Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 4; CD’s #’s 3085-3087
6/22/76 Tower Theater, Upper Darby PA I(most),II,III(most) II from Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 4; CD’s #’s 3318-3320
6/24/76 Tower Theater, Upper Darby PA I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 1337-1339
6/28/76 Chicago Auditorium Theatre All Part of I from Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 4; CD’s #’s 3504-3505
6/29/76 Chicago Auditorium Theatre I,II

CD’s #’s 289-290

7/8/76 Keystone Berkeley I(most),II Jerry Garcia Band; II is all of known set; CD’s #’s 548-549
7/9/76 Keystone Berkeley II Jerry Garcia Band; all of known performance; CD #3807
7/14/76 Orpheum Theatre, S.F. I(most),II(beg) CD’s #’s 997-998
7/16/76 Orpheum Theatre, S.F. I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 666-668
7/17/76 Orpheum Theatre, S.F. I,II(most),E1(most),E2 CD’s #’s 141-143
7/18/76 Orpheum Theatre, S.F. I(part),II(part),E(most) CD’s #’s 664-665
8/2/76 Colt Park, Hartford I(most),II,E1,E2 CD’s #’s 384-386
8/4/76 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City I(most),II,E

CD’s #’s 3491-3493

9/18/76 Ben Light Gymnasium, Ithaca College All CD’s #’s 801-803
9/24/76 William & Mary Hall, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg All CD’s #’s 855-857
9/25/76 Capital Centre, Landover All All but All Over Now cloned from Dick’s Picks XX; CD’s #’s 1316-1318
9/27/76 Rochester War Memorial I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 631-633
9/28/76 Onondaga County War Memorial, Syracuse

All

All but Bertha on Dick’s Picks XX; CD’s #’s 1319-1321
9/30/76 St John Arena, Ohio State University, Columbus I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2829-2831
10/1/76 Market Square Arena, Indianapolis

All

CD’s #’s 862-864
10/2/76 Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati

All

CD’s #’s 2424-2426
10/3/76 Cobo Arena, Detroit

I(most),II(most)

CD’s #’s 2221-2222
10/9/76 Oakland Stadium

All

Show billed “Day on the Green #8”; opened for The Who; Dick’s Picks Volume XXXIII CD; CD’s #’s 844-845
10/10/76 Oakland Stadium

All

Show billed “Day on the Green #9”; opened for The Who; Dick’s Picks Volume XXXIII CD; CD’s #’s 2309-2310
10/14/76 Shrine Auditorium, L.A. I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3500-3501
10/15/76 Shrine Auditorium, L.A. I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 2552-2554
11/8/76 Sophie’s, Palo Alto All Jerry Garcia Band;  GarciaLive Volume Seven Download; CD’s #’s 2239-2240
12/31/76 Cow Palace, Daly City CA All

New Year’s Eve; I&II broadcast on KSAN-FM, S.F.; Live at the Cow Palace, New Year’s Eve, 1976 CD; CD’s #’s 833-835

2/26/77 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 206-208
2/27/77 Robertson Gym, UCSB I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 41-43
3/18/77 Winterland Arena I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 977-979
3/19/77 Winterland Arena All CD’s #’s 872-874
3/20/77 Winterland Arena I(most),II(most),E1 CD’s #’s 1975-1977
4/23/77 Springfield Civic Center I,II(most),E My first show; CD’s #’s 1964-1966
4/25/77 Capitol Theatre, Passaic I(most)II(most),E

CD’s #’s 3200-3201

4/27/77 Capitol Theatre, Passaic II,E

CD #811

4/29/77 The Palladium, NYC I,II(most),E Part of II from Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 1; CD’s #’s 3358-3360
4/30/77 The Palladium, NYC All From Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 1; CD’s #’s 3426-2428
5/1/77 The Palladium, NYC All CD’s #’s 3066-3068
5/4/77 The Palladium, NYC I(most),II CD’s #’s 370-372
5/5/77 New Haven Coliseum All Cinco de Mayo; CD’s #’s 3-4
5/7/77 Boston Garden I,II(most),E(most) Billy’s 31st  Birthday; CD’s #’s 554-556
5/8/77 Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca All CD’s #’s 157-159
5/9/77 Buffalo War Memorial I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 129-131
5/11/77 St. Paul Civic Center I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2349-2351
5/12/77 Chicago Auditorium Theatre I(most),II,E(most)

I(end) & II(end) cloned from Winterland June 1977: The Complete Recordings Bonus Cuts Auditorium Theatre Chicago, IL May 12, 1977 CD; CD’s #’s 3748-3749

5/15/77 St. Louis Arena I(most),II(most),E CD’s #‘s 135-136
5/17/77 Tuscaloosa Coliseum, University of AL All CD’s #’s 3727-3729
5/19/77 Fox Theatre, Atlanta All Dick’s Picks Volume XXIX CD, except D2 which is cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXIX CD; CD’s #’s 215-217
5/21/77 Lakeland (FL) Civic Center All CD1 is Dick’s Picks Volume XXIX CD, and all of CD’s 2&3 except Encore cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXIX CD; CD’s #’s 899-901
5/22/77 Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines FL I(most),II,E Part of I & most of II are cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume III CD; CD’s #’s 541-543
5/25/77 The Mosque, Richmond I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 2572-2574

5/26/77 Baltimore Civic Center All

CD’s #’s 1628-1630

5/28/77 Hartford Civic Center

All

CD’s #’s 1661-1663
6/4/77 The Forum, Inglewood All

CD’s #’s 2015-2017

6/7/77 Winterland Arena I,II(most),E1,E2

Winterland June 1977: The Complete Recordings CD; CD’s #’s 1669-1671

6/8/77 Winterland Arena All Winterland June 1977: The Complete Recordings CD; CD’s #’s 814-816
6/9/77 Winterland Arena All Winterland June 1977: The Complete Recordings CD; CD’s #’s 1214-1216
7/29/77 Theatre 1939, S.F. I(most),II Jerry Garcia Band; parts of both sets cloned from Pure Jerry Theatre 1939, San Francisco July 29 & 30, 1977 CD; CD’s #’s 1753-1755
7/30/77 Theatre 1939, S.F. All Jerry Garcia Band; Mystery Train, TLEO, Emotion, Let Me Roll It and harder thru e/o/show cloned from Pure Jerry Theatre 1939, San Francisco July 29 & 30, 1977 CD; CD’s #’s 3282-3283
9/3/77 Raceway Park, Englishtown NJ I,II,III(most),E Dick’s Picks Volume XV CD; CD’s #’s 1795-1797
10/2/77 Paramount Theatre, Portland OR All CD’s #’s 261-263
10/6/77 Arizona State University Activity Center, Tempe I(part),II(part) Clone of Cosmic Revelation Bootleg CD; CD #1974
10/11/77 Lloyd Noble Center, University of OK, Norman I,II(most) Part of II cloned from clone of Dick’s Picks Volume XXIX CD; CD’s #’s 2165-2167
10/14/77 Hofheinz Pavilion, University of Houston I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 3761-3763
10/15/77 Moody Coliseum, SMU I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 1942-1943
10/16/77 LSA Assembly Center, Baton Rouge I,II(most),E Bobby’s 30th Birthday; CD’s #’s 2484-2486
10/29/77 Evans Field House, Northern  IL Univ., DeKalb I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 264-266
11/2/77 Seneca College Field House, Toronto All End of both sets cloned from Dick’s Pick Volume XXXIV CD; CD’s #’s 3790-3792
11/4/77 Cotterell Gym, Colgate University, Hamilton NY

All

Homecoming Weekend; CD’s #’s 783-784
11/5/77 Rochester War Memorial All All but Step Back opener cloned from Dick’s Pick Volume XXXIV CD; CD’s #’s 563-565
11/6/77 Broome County Arena, Binghamton All CD’s #’s 570-572
11/23/77 Palace Theater, Waterbury I,II(most),E1(most) Jerry Garcia Band; Cindy’s first time seeing Jerry; all of known remaining rcd’d performance since the E2 NFA has been lost to history; CD’s #’s 377-378
12/2/77a Orpheum Theatre, Boston All Jerry Garcia Band; CD #2593
12/2/77b Orpheum Theatre, Boston Most Jerry Garcia Band; CD #3955
12/6/77 The Dome, C.W. Post College, Greenvale NY I(most),II(most)

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1739-1741

12/10/77a Warner Theater Music Hall, Washington Set(most),E

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2617-2618

12/10/77b Warner Theater Music Hall, Washington Most

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2619-2620

12/27/77 Winterland Arena I,II

CD’s #’s 1112-1113

12/29/77 Winterland Arena All I is Dick’s Picks Volume X CD; all of rest of show except Roses & Sunrise cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume X CD; CD’s #’s 433-435
12/30/77 Winterland Arena All Estimated thru Sugar Mag cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume X CD; CD’s #’s 2230-2231
12/31/77 Winterland Arena All

New Year’s Eve; CD’s #’s 658-660

1/22/78 MacArthur Court, University of Oregon, Eugene I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1083-1085
2/1/78 Uptown Theatre, Chicago I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3260-3261
2/3/78 Dane County Coliseum, Madison All CD’s #’s 1352-1354
2/5/78 UNI-Dome, University of Northern IA, Cedar Falls I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 639-640
2/18/78 Marin Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium, San Rafael All Jerry Garcia Band; Catfish, Mystery Train, and Lonesome cloned from Pure Jerry Bay Area ’78 CD; CD’s #’s 3730-3731
2/19/78 Santa Cruz Auditorium All Jerry Garcia Band; 2nd Emotion, Simple Twist, Mission, TWYDTTYD, and Don’t Let Go cloned from Pure Jerry Bay Area ’78 CD; CD’s #’s 2046-2047
3/11/78 Leroy Theater, Pawtucket All Jerry Garcia Band; band billed as Mystery Cats; CD’s #’s 1209-1210
3/14/78 Boston Music Hall All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2843-2844
3/18/78a Warner Theatre, Washington Most Jerry Garcia Band; CD #1408
3/18/78b Warner Theatre, Washington All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2935-2936
3/19/78 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh I(most),II(most),E Jerry Garcia Band; Palm Sunday; CD’s #’s 2738-2740
3/22/78 Sebastopol Veteran’s Hall I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; GarciaLive Volume Four Download; CD’s #’s 3951-3952
4/6/78 Curtis Hixon Convention Hall, Tampa I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 3502-3503
4/7/78 Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines FL I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 635-637
4/8/78 Jacksonville Coliseum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2201-2203
4/10/78 Fox Theatre, Atlanta I(most) CD #1080
4/11/78 Fox Theatre, Atlanta I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1980-1982
4/12/78 Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke University, Durham I,II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 2443-2445
4/14/78 Cassell Coliseum, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Blacksburg All CD’s #’s 2135-2137

 

4/15/78 William & Mary Hall, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2215-2216
4/16/78 Huntington (WV) Civic Center I,II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 152-153
4/22/78 Nashville Auditorium All Dave’s Picks Volume 15 CD; CD’s #’s 3962-3964
4/24/78 Horton Field House, IL St Univ, Normal All Dave’s Picks Volume 7 CD; CD’s #’s 3925-3927
5/10/78 New Haven Coliseum All I&II(beg) Dick’s Picks Volume XXV CD; Roses & USB cloned from CD transferred from original cassette copy given to me by Dick Latvala; rest cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXV CD; CD’s #’s 305-307
5/11/78 Springfield Civic Center I(most),II(most),E1,

E2(part)

Cindy’s first Dead show; CD’s #’s 5-7
5/13/78 Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2458-2460
5/16/78 Uptown Theatre, Chicago I,II,E(most) CD’s #’s 1954-1956
5/17/78 Uptown Theatre, Chicago I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2826-2828
6/4/78 UCSB Stadium I,II(most),E W/ unknown guest on motorcycle; CD’s #’s 1910-1911
6/10/78 Keystone Berkeley All Jerry Garcia Band; Tore Up only & this is all of known performance; cloned from Pure Jerry Bay Area ’78 CD; CD #1151
6/18/78 Keystone Palo Alto I,II(most),E Jerry Garcia Band; part of II cloned from Pure Jerry Bay Area ’78 CD; CD’s #’s 3736-3737
7/7/78 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison I,II(most),E1,E2 CD’s #’s 3506-3508
7/8/78 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2262-2264
9/2/78 Giants Stadium I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2288-2290
9/14/78 Gizah Sound & Light Theater, Cairo I(most),II(most) W/ Hamza El Din & many other unknown guest percussionists and/or vocalists; CD’s #’s 1253-1255
9/15/78 Gizah Sound & Light Theater, Cairo All Stagger from I, and all but Ship and most of D/D cloned from Rocking the Cradle Egypt 1978 CD and Rocking the Cradle Egypt 1978 Bonus Disc; CD #3630-3631
9/16/78 Gizah Sound & Light Theater, Cairo I(most),II(most),E Full lunar eclipse during show; w/ Hamza El Din; all but Bertha, Deal, Sunrise and SNite cloned from Rocking the Cradle Egypt 1978 CD and Rocking the Cradle Egypt 1978 Bonus Disc; CD’s #’s 1355-1357
10/8/78 Keystone Palo Alto All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3079-3080
10/20/78 Winterland Arena I(most),II(part) 3rd of 5 “From Egypt with Love” shows; w/ Lee Oskar; CD #1207
10/21/78 Winterland Arena All 4th of 5 “From Egypt with Love” shows; w/ Hamza El Din & add’l unknown percussionists, and Lee Oskar; part of I&II and E cloned from Road Trips Volume 1 Number 4 and Road Trips Volume 1 Number 4 Bonus Disc CD’s; CD’s #’s 1274-1276
10/22/78 Winterland Arena All 5th & final “From Egypt with Love” show; w/ Hamza El Din & add’l unknown percussionists,  Lee Oskar & John Cipollina; part of I&II cloned from  Road Trips Volume 1 Number 4 CD; CD’s #’s 1201-1202
10/27/78 Eastern Washington State College Special Events Pavilion, Cheney I(most),II Jerry Garcia Band; CD #2337-2338
10/28/78a Paramount Northwest Theatre, Seattle All Jerry Garcia Band; CD #3632
10/28/78b Paramount Northwest Theatre, Seattle Most Jerry Garcia Band; CD #3432
11/17/78a Rambler Room, Loyola University, Chicago

All

Bob Weir & Friends (Bobby, Jerry, Phil & Mickey); acoustic; Hunger Week Benefit; CD #160
11/20/78 Cleveland Music Hall I(most),II CD’s #’s 2531-2532
11/24/78 Capitol Theatre, Passaic All Nationwide FM broadcast; last show before Jerry’s Dead I (pneumonia); w/ Hamza El Din; CD’s #’s 3970-3972
12/19/78 Mississippi State Fairgrounds Memorial Coliseum, Jackson I(most),II,E Post-Drums is w/o Donna; CD’s #’s 1763-1765
12/30/78 Pauley Pavilion, UCLA All W/ Hamza El Din, Lee Oscar & almost undoubtedly other unknown guest percussionists and/or vocalists; CD’s 2581-2583
12/31/78 Winterland Arena I,II,III,E1,E2(most) New Year’s Eve; Breakfast Served at Dawn show; Closing of Winterland show; w/ Matthew Kelly, Lee Oskar, Greg Errico, Ken Kesey, John Cipollina and other unknown guests; copied from The Closing of Winterland December 31, 1978 DVD; CD’s #’s 1580-1583
1/11/79 Nassau Coliseum I,II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 390-392
1/15/79

Springfield Civic Center

All CD’s #’s 393-395
1/17/79

New Haven Coliseum

I(most),II(most)E CD’s #’s 3124-3126
2/17/79 Oakland Coliseum I(most),II(most),E(part) Rock for Life Benefit to end environmental cancer; Keith & Donna’s final show; CD’s #’s 1098-1100
3/8/79 Cabaret Cotati, Cotati CA I(most),II Reconstruction; CD’s #’s 1818-1819
3/30/79 The Catalyst, Santa Cruz All Reconstruction; CD’s #’s 2970-2971
5/7/79 Allan P. Kirby Fieldhouse, Lafayette College, Easton PA All Billy’s 33rd Birthday; w/ John Cipollina; CD’s #’s 3174-3176
5/30/79 Keystone Berkeley Most Reconstruction; CD’s #’s 211-212
7/6/79 Keystone Berkeley All Reconstruction; CD’s #’s 3339-3340
7/8/79 Keystone Palo Alto Most Reconstruction; CD’s #’s 2746-2747
7/22/79 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium All Reconstruction; CD #1004
8/4/79 Oakland Auditorium II(most) CD’s 1455-1456
8/14/79 McNichols Arena I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 1396-1398
10/25/79

New Haven Coliseum

I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3224-3226
10/27/79 Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth CD’s #’s 1465-1467
Nassau Coliseum I,II(most),E Scar/Fire cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XIII; CD’s #’s 3797-3799
11/5/79 Philadelphia Spectrum All Road Trips Full Show Spectrum 11/5/79 download only release; CD’s #’s 3669-3671
11/6/79 Philadelphia Spectrum All Road Trips Full Show Spectrum 11/6/79 download only release; CD’s #’s 879-880
11/8/79 Capital Centre, Landover II(most),E CD #3395
11/24/79 San Diego Community Concourse Golden Hall I(most),II,E(most)

CD’s #’s 3161-3162

11/29/79 Cleveland Public Hall II(most) CD’s #’s 2671-2672
12/1/79 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh II(most),E CD’s #’s 1734-1735
12/5/79 Uptown Theatre, Chicago I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 297-299
12/26/79 Oakland Auditorium All SEVA Benefit; Dick’s Picks Volume V CD; CD’s #’s 1836-1838
12/28/79 Oakland Auditorium All CD’s #’s 528-529
12/30/79 Oakland Auditorium I(most),II,E1,E2 CD’s #’s 3037-3038
2/7/80 The Catalyst, Santa Cruz I(most),II Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2602-2603
2/12/80a Lisner Auditorium, GWU Set(most),E Jerry Garcia Band; CD #1106
2/12/80b Lisner Auditorium, GWU Set(most),E Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 362-363
2/15/80a Orpheum Theatre, Boston Set,E(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 865-866
2/15/80b Orpheum Theatre, Boston Most Jerry Garcia Band; CD #858
2/16/80 University of New Haven Gymnasium I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1679-1680
2/19/80 Landmark Theatre, Syracuse I(part),II(most),E Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3262-3263
2/22/80 College Avenue Gym, Rutgers University, New Brunswick NJ All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2942-2943
2/24/80 SUNY Stony Brook Gymnasium All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3406-3407
2/28/80a Wilkins Theater, Kean College, Union NJ All Jerry Garcia Band; After Midnight Kean College, 2/28/80 CD; CD’s #’s 1564-1565
2/28/80b Wilkins Theater, Kean College, Union NJ All Jerry Garcia Band; w/ Robert Hunter; After Midnight Kean College, 2/28/80 CD; CD #2870
3/1/80a Capitol Theatre, Passaic All Jerry Garcia Band; GarciaLive Volume One Download; CD #3912
3/1/80b Capitol Theatre, Passaic All Jerry Garcia Band; w/ Robert Hunter; GarciaLive Volume One Download; CD #3913
3/8/80 The Stone, S.F. I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 165-166
3/30/80 Capitol Theatre, Passaic I(most),II,E W/ John Belushi; CD’s #’s 2668-2670
3/31/80 Capitol Theatre, Passaic I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 2903-2904
4/1/80 Capitol Theatre, Passaic All April Fool’s Day; CD’s #’s 1556-1558
5/6/80 Penn State University Rec Hall, University Park PA I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3177-3179
5/7/80 Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca All Billy’s 34th Birthday; Part of I and all of II cloned from Road Trips Volume 3 Number 4 CD; CD’s #’s 64-65
5/10/80 Hartford Civic Center I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 1899-1901
5/11/80 Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland ME I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1566-1568
5/30/80 Milwaukee Auditorium I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 3509-3510
6/8/80 Folsom Field, University of CO, Boulder I(most),II(most)&E 2nd Night of Official 15th Anniversary Celebration; CD’s #’s 2090-2092
6/19/80 West High School Auditorium, Anchorage I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2280-2281
6/21/80 West High School Auditorium, Anchorage I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2272-2274
7/1/80 San Diego Sports Arena

I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 173-175
7/10/80 Back Door, S.F. Set(part),E The Heart of Gold Band; only performance that included Keith; cloned from Heart of Gold Band CD; CD #2048
7/24/80 Bushnell Auditorium, Hartford

All

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1409-1410
7/25/80a Orpheum Theatre, Boston

All

Jerry Garcia Band; CD #1924
7/25/80b Orpheum Theatre, Boston

Set

Jerry Garcia Band; CD #1925
8/19/80 Uptown Theatre, Chicago I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 615-617

8/20/80 Uptown Theatre, Chicago I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 1384-1385

8/24/80 The Grand Center Convention Center, Grand Rapids I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 2565-2567

8/31/80 Capital Centre, Landover I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 405-407

9/2/80 Rochester War Memorial I(most),II,E

CD’s #’s 337-339

9/3/80 Springfield Civic Center I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 283-285
9/4/80 Providence Civic Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2852-2854
Lewiston State Fairgrounds All CD’s #’s 1393-1395
9/26/80 Warfield Theatre All I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 3391-3393
10/6/80 Warfield Theatre I(most),II,III(most),E I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 3517-3519
10/9/80 Warfield Theatre All I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 3821-3823
10/10/80 Warfield Theatre I,II,III(most),E I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 3524-3526
10/26/80

Radio City Music Hall

I(most),II(most),III(most),E

I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 3527-3529
10/27/80

Radio City Music Hall

I,II(most),III,E

I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 498-500
10/29/80

Radio City Music Hall

All I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 501-504
10/30/80 Radio City Music Hall

All

I is acoustic; w/ Billy Cobham; CD’s #’s 508-510
10/31/80 Radio City Music Hall I(most),II,III,E Halloween; East coast closed circuit TV broadcast; I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 513-515
11/4/80 Orpheum Theatre, Boston I(most),II(most),E1,E2 Bobby & the Midnites; CD’s #’s 3883-3885
11/16/80 Warfield Theatre I(most),II,III,E Bob Dylan; w/ Jerry; CD’s #’s 3616-3617
11/28/80 Lakeland Civic Center All CD’s #’s 1091-1092
11/29/80 Alligator Alley Gym, University of FL, Gainesville All CD’s #’s 788-790
11/30/80 Fox Theatre, Atlanta All Dave’s Picks Volume 8 CD; CD’s #’s 3931-3933
12/6/80 Mill Valley (CA) Recreation Center All Benefit for the Marin-Sonoma Chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association; acoustic except Phil; CD #2848
2/9/81 Ocean State Theater for the Performing Arts, Providence I(most),II Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3134-3135
2/10/81 Bushnell Auditorium, Hartford All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1457-1458
2/11/81 The Palladium, NYC All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2707-2709
2/28/81 Uptown Theatre, Chicago I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1325-1327
3/9/81

Madison Square Garden

I,II,E(most) CD’s #’s 421-423
3/10/81 Madison Square Garden All CD’s #’s 424-426
3/14/81 I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 3231-3233

3/28/81 Gruga Hall, Essen WEST GERMANY I,II(most),E(most) WDR-TV WEST GERMANY broadcast for the Rock Palace TV show; w/ Pete Townshend  and The Flying Karamozov Brothers; CD’s #’s 1346-1348
5/1/81 Hampton Coliseum All CD’s #’s 1379-1381
5/2/81 Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3530-3532
Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3775-3777
5/6/81 Nassau Coliseum All CD’s 1&3 from and CD2 cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XIII CD; CD’s #’s 1944-1946
5/7/81 Studio 6A, NBC Radio City Studios, RCA Building, NYC All Actual studio unknown; 4 song acoustic performance on “Tomorrow with Tom Snyder” TV show; clone of CD copy of “The Tomorrow Show: Tom Snyder’s Electric Kool-Acid Talk Show” DVD; Billy’s 35th Birthday; CD #1213
5/11/81 New Haven Coliseum All Unofficial Acid Test; CD’s #’s 3103-3105
5/16/81 Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 220-222
6/26/81 Warfield Theatre II Jerry Garcia Band; Garcia Live April Fool  Download CD; CD #3920
7/10/81 St. Paul Civic Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3088-3090
8/20/81 Keystone Berkeley All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3019-3020
8/22/81 Fairfax (CA) Pavilion I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; w/ Phil subbing for John Kahn; CD #848
9/12/81 Greek Theatre,   University of CA I(most), II,E1 CD’s #’s 23-25
9/18/81 Keystone Berkeley All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2599-2600
9/25/81 Stabler Arena, Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2254-2256
10/6/81 Rainbow Theatre, London I,II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 38-40
10/11/81 Milky Way, Amsterdam All Jerry Garcia & Bob Weir; acoustic; CD #573
10/15/81 Milky Way, Amsterdam I(most),II,E(most) 1st of two OOPS Concerts; CD’s #’s 943-944
10/16/81 Milky Way, Amsterdam All Bobby’s 34th Birthday; 2nd of two OOPS Concerts; CD’s #’s 225-226
10/19/81 Barcelona Municipal Sports Palace I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 3707-3709
11/10/81a The Palladium, NYC All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2128-2129
11/10/81b The Palladium, NYC I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3005-3006
12/18/81 The Stone, S.F I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2364-2365
12/30/81 Oakland Auditorium I,III(most),E CD’s #’s 987-988
12/31/81 Oakland Auditorium I,II(most),III(most),IV,E New Year’s Eve; I is mainly acoustic w/o Brent; w/ Joan Baez, Matthew Kelly, Ken Kesey & John Cipollina; CD’s #’s 2145-2148
2/17/82 Warfield Theatre I(most),II(most),E Benefit show; CD’s #’s 3536-3538
2/19/82 San Diego Community Concourse Golden Hall I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 1536-1538

2/20/82 San Diego Community Concourse Golden Hall I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 945-947

2/26/82 Keystone Berkeley I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3081-3082
2/27/82 Keystone Palo Alto I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3014-3015
2/28/82 The Stone, S.F. I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD #3180
3/7/82 The Saddlerack, San Jose I(end),II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; w/ Dave Torbert; CD’s #’s 2784-2785
4/5/82 Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E Deep Elem and Althea thru 1st 10 sec’s of D, all 10 sec’s being overlap, cloned from Road Trips Volume 4 Number 4 CD; CD’s #’s 3824-3825
4/6/82 Philadelphia Spectrum

All

I is Road Trips Volume 4 Number 4 CD; II&E cloned from Road Trips Volume 4 Number 4 CD; CD’s #’s 3818-3820
4/10/82a Capitol Theatre, Passaic Set,E(most)

Jerry Garcia; solo acoustic; CD #1060

4/10/82b Capitol Theatre, Passaic I,II,E(most) Jerry Garcia; solo acoustic; CD #2187
4/14/82 Glens Falls Civic Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3541-3542
4/17/82 I(most),II,E

CD’s #’s 94-96

4/18/82 Hartford Civic Center I(most),II(most),E Unofficial Acid Test; CD’s #’s 516-518
4/19/82 Baltimore Civic Center I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1664-1666
5/5/82 Oregon State Prison, Salem Set,E(most)

Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; Cinco de Mayo; actual venue w/i the prison unknown; free show; acoustic; CD #31

5/21/82 Greek Theatre,  University of CA I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2584-2585
5/22/82 Greek Theatre,  University of CA I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 121-123
5/23/82 Greek Theatre,  University of CA All

CD’s #’s 551-553

5/28/82 Moscone Convention Center, S.F. I,II(most) Viet Nam Vets Benefit; w/ Airto Moreira,  Flora Purim, Boz Scaggs & John Cipollina; CD’s #’s 489-490
6/16/82 Music Mountain, South Fallsburg NY I(most),II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; opened for Bobby & the Midnites; w/ Billy on drums; CD’s #’s 1058-1059
6/17/82 New Haven Coliseum Most Bobby & the Midnites; billed as Bobby & Jerry: Together & Apart; opened for Jerry Garcia Band; CD #2268
6/17/82 New Haven Coliseum All Jerry Garcia Band; show billed “Bobby & Jerry: Together & Apart”; w/ Billy on drums; w/ Bobby, Bobby Cochran & Billy Cobham; CD’s #’s 1543-1544
6/18/82 Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth Set(most),E Bobby & the Midnites; CD’s #’s 3870-3871
6/20/82 Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland ME All Bobby & the Midnites; opened for Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3878-3879
6/24/82a Capitol Theatre, Passaic All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1606-1607
6/24/82b Capitol Theatre, Passaic Set(most),E Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3562-3563
6/25/82 The Palladium, NYC All Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; acoustic; Benefit for Sandy Alexander; CD #2926
6/26/82a Warner Theater Music Hall, Washington Most Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; acoustic; CD #962
7/17/82 Ventura County Fairgrounds I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 2700-2701
7/18/82 Ventura County Fairgrounds All CD’s #’s 1263-1265
7/27/82 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison

I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 2814-2815
7/31/82 Manor Downs, Austin

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 170-172
8/1/82 Zoo Amphitheatre, Oklahoma City I(most),II(most),E Jerry’s 40th Birthday; CD’s #’s 20-21
8/6/82 St. Paul Civic Center

I(most),II(most),E(most)

CD’s #’s 2611-2613
8/7/82 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy WI

All

CD2 from & CD’s 1&3 cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXXII;  CD’s #’s 2234-2236
8/8/82 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy WI

I(most),II(most),E(most)

W/ Zakir Hussain & John Cipollina; CD’s #’s 1691-1693
8/10/82 University of Iowa Fieldhouse, Iowa City I,II(most),E Final concert ever held at this venue; CD’s #’s 196-198
8/28/82 Oregon Country Fairgrounds, Veneta II(most) Springfield Creamery Presents the Second Decadenal Field Trip; CD’s #’s 1377-1378
9/11/82 West Palm Beach  Auditorium I,II(most),E Mickey’s 39th Birthday; CD’s #’s 97-99
9/18/82 Boston Garden All CD’s #’s 1713-1715
9/20/82 Madison Square Garden I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 2408-2410
9/21/82 Madison Square Garden

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 3545-3547

9/23/82 New Haven Coliseum

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 1729-1731
10/9/82 Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University, Palo Alto All

CD’s #’s 1182-1184

10/10/82 Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University, Palo Alto All

CD’s #’s 320-322

10/17/82 Downs of Santa Fe I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 999-1001
Riverboat President, New Orleans I(most),II(beg) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2497-2498
11/11/82b Madison Square Garden’s Felt Forum All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1219-1220
11/13/82 Bushnell Auditorium, Hartford I(most),II(most),E Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1529-1530
11/13/82a Euphoria Tavern, Portland OR Most Bobby & the Midnites; CD #3877
11/13/82b Euphoria Tavern, Portland OR Most Bobby & the Midnites; CD’s #’s 3875-3876
11/25/82 Bob Marley Performing Arts Center, Freeport Zone, Montego Bay I(most),II(most) Headliner for Day 1 of the 3-day Jamaica World Music Festival; I began at 4:30 a.m. of 11/26/82, but the shows ran from dusk until dawn and hence the assigned date of the performance; CD’s #’s 970-971
11/27/82 Bob Marley Performing Arts Center, Freeport Zone, Montego Bay All Bobby & the Midnites; w/ Festival M.C., TBD; 1 of 6 opening acts for Day 3 of the 3-day Jamaica World Music Festival headliner Rick James; CD #3868
12/31/82 Oakland Auditorium All New Year’s Eve; w/ Matthew Kelly, John Cipollina, Etta James and the Tower of Power horn section; CD’s #’s 3700-3702
1/22/83

Phoenix Theatre, Petaluma

I,II(beg) Jerry Garcia Band; w/ Mickey; CD’s #’s 218-219
3/31/83 Warfield Theatre All Benefit show; CD’s #’s 3548-3549
4/12/83 Broome County Arena, Binghamton I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3552-3554
4/13/83 Patrick Gym, UVM, Burlington I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1531-1533
4/16/83 Brendan Byrne Arena

I,II(most),E

W/ Stephen Stills; CD’s #’s 3555-3557
4/17/83 Brendan Byrne Arena I(most),II(most),E

W/ Stephen Stills; CD’s #’s 984-986

4/20/83 Providence Civic Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 438-439
4/22/83 New Haven Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2823-2825
4/23/83 New Haven Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 574-576
4/26/83 Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 757-759
    Filler 2/26/69
5/26/83 Rochester Auditorium

I(most),II,E

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2163-2164
5/29/83 Bushnell Auditorium, Hartford

All

Jerry Garcia Band; CD #2194-2195
5/31/83 Roseland Ballroom, NYC I(most),II(most),E Jerry Garcia Band; CD #’s 2684-2685
6/1/83 Roseland Ballroom, NYC I(most),II(part),E(part) Jerry Garcia Band; CD #’s 3184-3185
6/18/83 Saratoga Performing Arts Center I(most),II(most),E(most)

CD’s #’s 1163-1165

6/20/83 Merriweather Post Pavilion

All

CD’s #’s 891-893
6/22/83 City Island, Harrisburg I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 3170-3171
8/21/83 Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University, Palo Alto

All

CD’s #’s 1066-1067
9/2/83 Boise State University Pavilion I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2880-2882
9/10/83 Downs of Santa Fe I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 2467-2468
9/11/83 Downs of Santa Fe All Mickey’s 40th Birthday; CD’s #’s 1710-1712
10/11/83 Madison Square Garden All CD’s #’s 2161-2162
10/12/83 Madison Square Garden I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 3564-3566
10/14/83 Hartford Civic Center All Dick’s Picks Volume VI CD; CD’s #’s 2024-2026
10/15/83 Hartford Civic Center All Unofficial Acid Test; CD’s #’s 2422-2423
10/17/83 Lake Placid Olympic Center Arena I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1926-1928
10/18/83 Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland ME I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 234-236
10/20/83 Worcester Centrum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3571-3573
10/31/83 Marin County Auditorium, San Rafael I(most),II(most),E Halloween; w/ Airto Moreira; CD’s #’s 3574-3576
11/30/83 Agora Ballroom, West Hartford All

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3725-3726

12/2/83 Tower Theater, Upper Darby PA I(most),II(most)

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 546-547

3/31/84 Marin County Auditorium, San Rafael I(most),II(most),E Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 2521-2523
4/1/84 Marin County Auditorium, San Rafael I(most),II,E April Fool’s Day; Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 1123-1124
4/13/84 Hampton Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1192-1194
4/14/84 Hampton Coliseum All CD’s #’s 2682-2683
4/17/84 Niagara Falls Civic Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3577-3579
4/23/84 New Haven Coliseum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 3293-3294
4/24/84 New Haven Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3247-3248
4/26/84 Providence Civic Center I(most),II(most),E I had a front row center ticket & seat for this show, which we dubbed & refer to as “Front Row Jerry”; CD’s #’s 3689-3691
4/27/84 Providence Civic Center All CD’s #’s 3692-3693
4/30/84 Nassau Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1172-1173
6/13/84 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1441-1443
6/23/84 City Island, Harrisburg I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2282-2283
6/24/84 Saratoga Performing Arts Center All CD’s #’s 2415-2416
6/26/84 Merriweather Post Pavilion

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 3214-3215
6/30/84 Indianapolis Sports Center I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 3583-3585
7/13/84 Greek Theatre,  University of CA I(most),II(most),E Friday the 13th; shooting star before Dark Star encore; CD’s #’s 965-967
7/15/84 Greek Theatre,  University of CA I,II(most),E1 CD’s #’s 963-964
Ventura County Fairgrounds I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2766-2767
8/11/84 Caldwell (NJ) College Concerts on the Hill Stage I Jerry Garcia Band; CD #`1244
8/13/84 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom I(most),II(most),E(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2778-2779
9/25/84b The Bayou, Georgetown Set(most) Bobby & the Midnites; CD’s #’s 3872-3873
Richmond Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2499-2500
10/11/84 Augusta Civic Center All CD’s #’s 1903-1905
10/12/84 Augusta Civic Center I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 73-75

10/14/84 Hartford Civic Center I,II(most),E Unofficial Acid Test; CD’s #’s 2097-2099
10/15/84 Hartford Civic Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2614-2616
10/17/84 Brendan Byrne Arena I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2117-2119
10/18/84 Brendan Byrne Arena I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1229-1230
10/20/84 Carrier Dome I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1608-1609
11/2/84 Berkeley Community Theatre All CD’s #’s 3968-3969
11/3/84 Berkeley Community Theatre I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 26-27

11/17/84 Orpheum Theatre, Boston I(most),II(beg) Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; acoustic; CD #1376
11/26/84 Bushnell Auditorium I,II(most) Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; acoustic; CD’s #’s 1747-1748
12/28/84 San Francisco Civic Auditorium All CD’s #’s 2908-2909
12/29/84 San Francisco Civic Auditorium I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 3116-3117
12/31/84 San Francisco Civic Auditorium All New Year’s Eve; CD’s #’s 430-432
3/24/85 Springfield Civic Center I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2196-2197
3/25/85 Springfield Civic Center I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 909-911
3/27/85 Nassau Coliseum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 519-520
3/28/85 Nassau Coliseum I,II(most),E W/ Matthew Kelly; CD’s #’s 2286-2287
3/29/85 Nassau Coliseum

I(most),II(most),E(most)

CD’s #’s 2385-2386
3/31/85 Cumberland County Civic Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 972-973
4/1/85 Cumberland County Civic Center

I(most),II(most),E

April Fool’s Day; CD’s #’s 697-698
4/3/85 Providence Civic Center

All

CD’s #’s 2208-2210
4/4/85 Providence Civic Center I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 653-654
4/7/85 Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E
4/8/85 Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 180-181

4/27/85 Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University, Palo Alto I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 669-670
Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University, Palo Alto I,II(most)E1,E2 CD’s #’s 2122-2123
6/14/85 Greek Theatre,  University of CA I,II(most),III(most),E 3 set show w/ I & II abbreviated because of equipment problems; CD’s #’s 1382-1383
6/15/85 Greek Theatre,  University of CA I(most),II(most),

E1(most),E2

CD’s #’s 1450-1451
6/16/85 Greek Theatre,  University of CA I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1436-1438
6/22/85 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy WI II(most),E CD’s #’s 409-410
6/24/85 Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati All CD’s #’s 3207-3209
6/25/85 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls OH I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 60-61
6/27/85 Saratoga Performing Arts Center I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 178-179
6/28/85 Hersheypark Stadium I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 626-627
7/1/85 Merriweather Post Pavilion

I,II(most),E(most)

Unofficial Acid Test; CD’s #’s 364-366
7/2/85 Pittsburgh Civic Arena I,II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 112-113
8/9/85 The Stone, S.F. I(most),II Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3401-3402
9/5/85 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison

I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 749-751
9/15/85 Devore Stadium Southwestern College, Chula Vista I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1404-1405
10/16/85a The Catalyst, Santa Cruz All Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; acoustic; CD #2505
10/16/85b The Catalyst, Santa Cruz All Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; acoustic; CD #3071
10/26/85 Sun Dome, University of South FL, Tampa I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3614-3615
10/28/85 Fox Theatre, Atlanta

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 3618-3619
11/1/85 Richmond Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3720-3721
11/2/85 Richmond Coliseum  I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 2509-2510
11/4/85 Worcester Centrum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1211-1212
11/5/85 Worcester Centrum

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 3622-3624
11/7/85 Rochester War Memorial I(most),II(most),E CD’s 1411-1412
11/8/85 Rochester War Memorial

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 932-933
11/10/85 Brendan Byrne Arena I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 2049-2051
11/16/85 Long Beach Arena I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 779-780

11/21/85 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 32-33
12/31/85 Oakland Coliseum I(most),II(most),E1,E2(most) New Year’s Eve; w/ Baba Olatunji; national TV broadcast; CD’s #’s 3625-3627
1/27/86 The Ritz, NYC All

Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; acoustic; CD #1205

1/28/86 The Ritz, NYC All

Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; acoustic; CD #1206

2/8/86 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland All Clone of bootleg LP, Fractured; CD’s #’s 3341-3342
2/28/86 Marin County Auditorium, San Rafael All

Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; acoustic; Pure Jerry Marin Veteran’s Auditorium, San Rafael CA February 28, 1986 CD; CD #3742

3/21/86 Hampton Coliseum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 3628-3629
3/23/86 Philadelphia Spectrum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2035-2037
3/24/86 Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3229-3230
3/27/86 Cumberland County Civic Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1475-1476
3/28/86 Cumberland County Civic Center I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 1921-1922
3/31/86 Providence Civic Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3194-3195
4/3/86 Hartford Civic Center All CD’s #’s 3694-3695
4/19/86 Berkeley Community Theatre I,II(most),E Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 2100-2101
4/28/86 Wolfgang’s, S.F. Beg Whitey Melvin Quartet; acoustic; entire performance is w/ Bobby; Time for a Friend Benefit for Kevin Dunn; one of four opening acts for Kingfish; CD #2504
5/3/86 Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento I,II(most) CD’s #’s 2087-2088
All Jerry Garcia & John Kahn; acoustic; The Wavy Gravy 50th Birthday Benefit for Just About Anything; one of the 4 supporting acts for Bob Weir solo; CD #2502
All Bob Weir; solo acoustic; The Wavy Gravy 50th Birthday Benefit for Just About Anything; w/ Kat McLean & Brent; CD #2503
7/6/86 RFK Stadium I,II(most),E Last show before Jerry’s Dead II (diabetic coma); w/ Bob Dylan; CD’s #’s 3639-3640
7/7/86 RFK Stadium All Last show before Jerry’s diabetic coma; w/ Bob Dylan; CD’s #’s 58-59
10/29/86a Graffiti’s, Pittsburgh Set(most),E Go Ahead; CD #1365
10/29/86b Graffiti’s, Pittsburgh Set(most),E Go Ahead; CD’s #’s 1366-1367
12/16/86 Oakland Coliseum All W/ Brian Stoltz, Willie Green & Aaron Neville of the Neville Brothers; CD #3673-3674
12/27/86 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3781-3782
12/28/86 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 2495-2496
12/30/86 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland All W/ Hamza El Din, Jose Lorenzo, Willie Green, Brian Stolz and Charles & Art Neville; CD’s #’s 3976-3978
12/31/86 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland I,II(most),III New Year’s Eve; CD’s #’s 2874-2876
1/28/87 San Francisco Civic Auditorium All CD’s #’s 2417-2418
3/2/87 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland All CD’s #’s 2507-2508
3/3/87 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland All Mardi Gras; w/ The Neville Brothers and The Dirty Dozen Brass Band; CD’s #’s 1841-1842
3/23/87 Hampton Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1849-1850
3/26/87 Hartford Civic Center All CD’s #’s 3696-3697
3/27/87 Hartford Civic Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3350-3351
3/29/87 Philadelphia Spectrum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 786-787
4/4/87 Worcester Centrum All CD’s #’s 3267-3268
6/21/87 Greek Theatre,  University of CA All CD’s #’s 2032-2033
6/26/87 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy WI I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 29-30
7/2/87 Silver Stadium, Rochester I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 558-559

7/4/87 Schaefer Stadium, Foxboro Most Independence Day; opened for Dylan & the Dead; CD’s #’s 3336-3337
7/4/87 Schaefer Stadium, Foxboro All Dylan & the Dead; Independence Day; CD #2339
7/8/87 Roanoke Civic Center I(most),II,E(most) CD’s #’s 1720-1721
7/10/87 JFK Stadium Set(most),E Opened for Dylan & the Dead; CD’s #’s 3347-3348
7/10/87 JFK Stadium All

Dylan & the Dead; CD #3431

7/12/87 Giants Stadium I(most),II(beg) Opened for Dylan & the Dead; CD #403
7/12/87 Giants Stadium Set(most),E(part)

Dylan & the Dead; CD #404

7/24/87 Oakland Stadium All Opened for Dylan & the Dead; View from the Vault IV Soundtrack CD; CD’s #’s 3033-3034
7/24/87 Oakland Stadium All

Dylan & the Dead; CD’s #’s 1828-1829

7/26/87 Anaheim Stadium All Opened for Dylan & the Dead; View from the Vault IV Soundtrack CD; CD’s #’s 2391-2392
8/11/87 Red Rocks Amphitheatre; Morrison I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 1056-1057
8/29/87 French’s Camp on the Eel River, Piercy CA All Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band; 1st Annual Hog Farm PIGNIC; fundraiser for Wavy Gravy’s Black Oak Ranch; opened for JGB; CD #471
8/29/87 French’s Camp on the Eel River, Piercy CA All Jerry Garcia Band; 1st Annual Hog Farm PIGNIC; fundraiser for Wavy Gravy’s Black Oak Ranch; CD’s #’s 472-473
9/7/87 Providence Civic Center

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 1572-1573
9/8/87 Providence Civic Center I(most),II,E 42nd anniversary of Pigpen’s birth; CD’s #’s 277-278
9/9/87 Providence Civic Center I,II(most)E CD’s #’s 491-492
9/18/87 Madison Square Garden I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 231-233
9/22/87 Philadelphia Spectrum II(most) W/ Spencer Davis; CD’s #’s 1958-1959
9/23/87 Philadelphia Spectrum II(most),E CD #1231
10/3/87 Shoreline Amphitheatre I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 3227-3228
10/17/87b Lunt-Fontanne Theatre Most Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band; opened for JGB; CD #1324
10/21/87a Lunt-Fontanne Theatre All Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band; opened for JGB; CD #1368
10/21/87b Lunt-Fontanne Theatre Most Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band; CD #3240
10/21/87b Lunt-Fontanne Theatre Most Jerry Garcia Band; CD #2992
10/28/87a Lunt-Fontanne Theatre All Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band; opened for JGB; Jerry Garcia Band on Broadway – Act One 10/28/87 download; CD #3965
10/28/87b Lunt-Fontanne Theatre All Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band; opened for JGB; Jerry Garcia Band on Broadway – Act One 10/28/87 download; CD #3966
10/28/87b Lunt-Fontanne Theatre All Jerry Garcia Band;  Jerry Garcia Band on Broadway – Act One 10/28/87 download; CD #22
10/31/87a Lunt-Fontanne Theatre All Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band; Halloween; opened for JGB; cloned from Pure Jerry Lunt-Fontanne 10/31/87 CD; release in memory of Bettike Barsotti & Bill Graham; CD #2219
10/31/87a Lunt-Fontanne Theatre All Jerry Garcia Band; Halloween; cloned from Pure Jerry Lunt-Fontanne 10/31/87 CD; release in memory of Bettike Barsotti & Bill Graham; CD #3251
10/31/87b Lunt-Fontanne Theatre All Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band; Halloween; opened for JGB; cloned from Pure Jerry Lunt-Fontanne 10/31/87 CD; release in memory of Bettike Barsotti & Bill Graham; CD #3120
10/31/87b Lunt-Fontanne Theatre All Jerry Garcia Band; Halloween; cloned from Pure Jerry Lunt-Fontanne 10/31/87 CD; release in memory of Bettike Barsotti & Bill Graham; CD #3119
11/7/87 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland I(most),E1 CD #536
12/4/87 Wiltern2495 Theatre, L.A. All Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band; w/ Kenny Kosek & Leroy Mack; CD #3266
12/17/87 Warfield Theatre

All

Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir & Friends; acoustic; w/ Joan Baez;  from Joan Baez & Friends: A Christmas Concert; CD #279
12/27/87 Oakland Coliseum II(most),E CD’s #’s 2149-2150
3/18/88 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 2325-2326
3/27/88 Hampton Coliseum All Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 5; CD’s #’s 1707-1709
3/30/88 Brendan Byrne Arena I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 124-125
3/31/88 Brendan Byrne Arena

I(most),II,E

All of I but Mstrpc and Grow cloned from Road Trips Volume 4 Number 2 CD, and II&E is Road Trips Volume 4 Number 2 CD; CD’s #’s 716-717
4/1/88 Brendan Byrne Arena All April Fools’ Day; Good Friday; cloned from Road Trips Volume 4 Number 2 CD; CD’s #’s 126-127
4/3/88 Hartford Civic Center All Easter; CD’s #’s 3698-3699
4/5/88 Hartford Civic Center All CD’s #’s 267-268
4/11/88 Joe Louis Arena, Detroit I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 3236-3237
5/1/88 Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University, Palo Alto All CD’s #’s 1363-1364
6/23/88 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy WI I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3637-3638
6/28/88 Saratoga Performing Arts Center I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1179-1181
6/30/88 Silver Stadium, Rochester I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1684-1686
7/2/88 Oxford Plains Motor Speedway, Oxford ME All CD’s #’s 116-118
7/3/88 Oxford Plains Motor Speedway, Oxford ME I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1732-1733
7/29/88 Laguna Seca Raceway, Laguna Seca Recreation Area, Monterey All CD’s #’s 1578-1579
7/31/88 Laguna Seca Raceway, Laguna Seca Recreation Area, Monterey All W/ David Hidalgo of Los Lobos; CD’s #’s 3738-3739
9/3/88 Capital Centre, Landover All CD’s #’s 2380-2381
9/11/88 Philadelphia Spectrum I(most),II,E Mickey’s 45th Birthday; CD’s #’s 3715-3716
9/12/88 Philadelphia Spectrum I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 246-247
9/16/88 Madison Square Garden CD’s #’s 1675-1676
9/20/88 Madison Square Garden II(most),E CD’s #’s 2206-2207
9/24/88 Madison Square Garden I(part),II(part),E Rainforests Benefit for Cultural Survival, Greenpeace and the Rainforest Action Network; w/ Suzanne Vega, Hall & Oates, T-Bone Wolk,  Mark Rivera, Baba Olatunji, Michael Hinton, Bruce and Jack Casady; CD #316
9/30/88 Shoreline Amphitheatre II CD #1801
10/16/88 Bayfront Center Arena, St. Petersburg II,E Bobby’s 41st Birthday; CD #1577
10/18/88 Keifer Lakefront Arena, University of N.O. II(most) W/ members of the Neville Brothers, most likely the entire band, and Michael Steele, Susanna Hoffs, Vicki Peterson & Debbi Peterson of the Bangles; CD’s #’s 1947-1948
10/31/88 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland Set(most),E Jerry Garcia Band; Halloween; CD’s #’s 2894-2895
11/5/88b Caesars Tahoe Showroom, Stateline All Jerry Garcia Band; CD #898
12/28/88 Oakland Coliseum

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 1444-1445
12/31/88 Oakland Coliseum I,II(most),E New Year’s Eve; w/ Clarence Clemons, Baba Olatunji, Sikiru Adepoju and Kitaro; CD’s #’s 132-134
2/11/89 Great Western Forum, Inglewood I,II(most),E W/ Airto Moreira, Flora Purim and Diana Moreira; CD’s #’s 2461-2463
3/4/89 Orpheum Theatre, S.F. II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD #2301
4/2/89 Pittsburgh Civic Arena All Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 5;  Unofficial Acid Test; CD’s #’s 2075-2076
4/3/89 Pittsburgh Civic Arena All Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 5;  Unofficial Acid Test; CD’s #’s 1341-1342
Freedom Hall, Louisville I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3645-3647
5/6/89 Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University, Palo Alto I(most),II(most),E Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 84-86
6/21/89 Shoreline Amphitheatre I,II(most),E National PPV broadcast; w/ Clarence Clemons; CD’s #’s 2158-2160
7/2/89 Sullivan Stadium, Foxboro All CD’s #’s 3482-3484
7/4/89 Rich Stadium, Orchard Park NY All Independence Day; cloned from dubbed copy of Truckin’ Up to Buffalo DVD; CD’s #’s 3054-3056
7/7/89 JFK Stadium All Crimson, White & Indigo CD; CD’s #’s 1736-1738
7/9/89 Giants Stadium I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 2188-2189

7/10/89 Giants Stadium I(most),II(most),E W/ the Neville Bothers; CD’s 1452-1454
7/12/89 RFK Stadium I,II(most),E W/ Bruce; CD’s #’s 1915-1917
7/13/89 RFK Stadium I,II(most),E W/ Bruce; CD’s #’s 274-276
7/15/89 Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville IN I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3753-3755
7/17/89 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy WI I(most),II(most),E1,E2 CD’s #’s 3127-3129
7/18/89 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy WI All CD’s #’s 3723-3724
7/19/89 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy WI All CD’s #’s 3959-3961
8/18/89 Greek Theatre,  University of CA All

Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 474-476

9/1/89 Merriweather Post Pavilion All Jerry Garcia Band; cloned from Pure Jerry Merriweather Post Pavilion CD; CD’s #’s 1839-1840
9/2/89 Merriweather Post Pavilion All Jerry Garcia Band; cloned from Pure Jerry Merriweather Post Pavilion CD; CD’s #’s 684-685
9/5/89 Hartford Civic Center All Bob Weir & Rob Wasserman; opened for Jerry Garcia Band; Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound Digital Download; CD #2959
9/5/89 Hartford Civic Center All Jerry Garcia Band; Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound Digital Download; CD’s #’s 204-205
9/6/89 Nassau Coliseum All Bob Weir & Rob Wasserman; opened for Jerry Garcia Band; Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound Digital Download; CD #3947
9/6/89 Nassau Coliseum All Jerry Garcia Band; Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound Digital Download; CD’s #’s 3936-3937
9/9/89 Great Woods Amphitheater, Mansfield MA I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; w/ Clarence Clemons; CD’s #’s 1477-1478
9/10/89 Great Woods Amphitheater, Mansfield MA I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; w/ Clarence Clemons; CD’s #’s 36-37
9/29/89 Shoreline Amphitheatre II(most),III,E CD’s #’s 594-595
10/8/89 Hampton Coliseum I(most),II,E Band billed as Formerly The Warlocks; CD’s #’s 373-375
10/9/89 Hampton Coliseum All

Band billed as Formerly The Warlocks; CD’s #’s 1830-1832

10/14/89 Brendan Byrne Arena All CD’s #’s 2453-2454
10/16/89 Brendan Byrne Arena All Bobby’s 42nd Birthday; Nightfall of Diamonds CD; release in memory of Adam Katz, who was murdered on the Meadowlands grounds after the show in what is still an unsolved case; CD’s #’s 647-648
10/19/89

Philadelphia Spectrum

I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3648-3650
10/23/89 Charlotte Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1283-1285
10/25/89 Miami Arena All CD’s #’s 934-936
10/26/89 Miami Arena I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 938-940
12/2/89 Warfield Theatre I(most),II Jerry Garcia Band; w/ Clarence Clemons; CD’s #’s 1584-1585
12/6/89 Oakland Coliseum I(most),II,E(most) Earthquake Relief Fund Benefit; w/ Clarence Clemons; CD’s #’s 1103-1105
12/30/89 Oakland Coliseum All

W/ Airto Moreira; CD’s #’s 2440-2442

2/26/90 Oakland Coliseum I(part),II(part)

CD’s #’s 13-14

2/27/90 Oakland Coliseum I(most),II,E

Mardi Gras; w/ Michael Doucet & Al Tharp of Beausoleil; CD’s #’s 3271-3273

3/14/90 Capital Centre, Landover I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2022-2023
3/15/90 Capital Centre, Landover All Phil’s 50th Birthday; Terrapin Station CD; CD’s #’s 1807-1809
3/16/90 Capital Centre, Landover I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 460-462
3/18/90 Hartford Civic Center All CD’s #’s 3767-3769
3/19/90 Hartford Civic Center All

CD’s #’s 291-293

3/22/90 Copps Coliseum, Hamilton ONTARIO I(most),II,E

 

CD’s #’s 252-254

3/24/90 Knickerbocker Arena I(most),II,E WB from I, and II & E cloned from Dozin’ at the Knick CD; CD’s #’s 1885-1886
3/25/90 Knickerbocker Arena All Part of I & e/o/II cloned from Dozin’ at the Knick CD; #’s 3286-3287
3/26/90 Knickerbocker Arena All CD’s #’s 3956-3958
3/28/90 Nassau Coliseum II(most),E CD’s #’s 1761-1762
3/29/90 Nassau Coliseum All W/ Branford Marsalis; Wake Up to Find Out D/L; CD’s #’s 2448-2450
3/30/90 Nassau Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1908-1909
4/2/90

The Omni Coliseum

I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1096-1097
4/3/90 The Omni Coliseum I(most),II,E(most) CD’s #’s 3651-3653
4/14/90 Warfield Theatre All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2940-2941
5/5/90 Cal State Dominguez Hills Soccer Field, Carson All Cinco de Mayo; KPFK-FM broadcast; CD’s #’s 2170-2171
5/6/90 Cal State Dominguez Hills Soccer Field, Carson I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3657-3659
6/9/90 Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento I(most),II(most),E Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 2398-2400
6/10/90 Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento I(part),II(most),E Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 566-567
Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View All CD’s 1&2 are View from the Vault III Soundtrack CD and CD3 cloned from View from the Vault III Soundtrack CD; CD’s #’s 2184-2186
Cardinal Stadium, Louisville I(most),II(most),E Part of II cloned from View from the Vault Soundtrack CD; CD’s #’s 3061-3063
7/8/90 Three Rivers Stadium All CD’s I&II are View from the Vault Soundtrack CD and CD3 cloned from View from the Vault Soundtrack CD; CD’s #’s 596-598
7/12/90 RFK Stadium

I,II(most),E(most)

CD’s #’s 1349-1351
   
7/14/90 Foxboro Stadium I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3567-3568
7/16/90 Rich Stadium, Orchard Park NY I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 1291-1293
Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville IN I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1503-1505
7/19/90 Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville IN All CD’s #’s 2355-2357
7/23/90 World Music Theatre, Tinley Park IL II(part) Brent’s last show; 10th year anniversary of Keith’s death; CD #1087
8/5/90 Greek Theatre,  University of CA All Jerry Garcia Band; w/ Bela Fleck; GarciaLive Volume Two Download; CD’s #’s 3284-3285
9/1/90 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View All Jerry Garcia Band; originally scheduled as a Grateful Dead show, but changed due to Brent’s death; cloned from dubbed copy of Live at Shoreline DVD; CD’s #’s 3057-3058
9/11/90 Philadelphia Spectrum All CD’s #’s 3660-3662
Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3663-3665
9/14/90 Madison Square Garden I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3299-3301
9/15/90 Madison Square Garden II(most),E Bruce’s 1st show; CD’s #’s 2396-2397
9/16/90 Madison Square Garden All Dick’s Picks Volume IX CD; CD’s #’s 2112-2114
9/18/90 Madison Square Garden I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1358-1360
9/19/90 Madison Square Garden I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 1654-1656
9/20/90 Madison Square Garden All CD’s #’s 3666-3668
10/13/90 Ice Stadium, Stockholm All CD’s #’s 2394-2395
10/17/90 Gruga Hall, Essen GERMANY All CD’s #’s 2487-2489
10/20/90 Centrum International Congress, Berlin I(part),II(most) CD #494
10/22/90 Festival Hall, Frankfurt II(most),E CD #2437
10/30/90 Wembley Arena All CD’s #’s 1145-1146
10/31/90 Wembley Arena I(most),II(most),E Halloween; CD’s #’s 1130-1132
10/28/90 The Zenith, Paris I,II(beg) CD’s #’s 2378-2379
11/24/90 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 754-755
12/4/90 Oakland Coliseum All CD’s #’s 2251-2253
12/9/90 Compton Terrace Amphitheatre, Chandler AZ I,II(most),E(most)

CD’s #’s 799-800

12/12/90 McNichols Sports Arena, Denver II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 2296-2297
12/31/90 Oakland Coliseum I(most),II(most),E1,E2 New Year’s Eve; w/ Branford Marsalis & Hamza El-Din; CD’s #’s 457-459
2/2/91 Warfield Theatre I(most),II(most),E Jerry Garcia & David Grisman; acoustic; Groundhog Day; CD’s #’s 1595-1596
2/3/91 Warfield Theatre All Jerry Garcia & David Grisman; acoustic; CD’s #’s 2065-2066
2/21/91 Oakland Coliseum I,II(most),E Chinese New Year celebration show; w/o/ Bruce; w/ Airto Moreira; CD #3778-3780
3/21/91 Capital Centre, Landover I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1751-1752
3/23/91 Knickerbocker Arena I(most),II,E W/o Bruce; CD’s #’s 3440-3441
3/24/91 Knickerbocker Arena I,II(most),E W/o Bruce; CD’s #’s 2372-2374
3/27/91 Nassau Coliseum I,II(most),E W/o Bruce; CD’s #’s 1615-1617
3/29/91 Nassau Coliseum I,II(most),E W/o Bruce; CD’s #’s 2124-2125
3/31/91 Greensboro Coliseum I(most),II(most),E(most) Easter; Samson & Eyes cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XVII CD; CD’s 2005-2007
4/1/91 Greensboro Coliseum I(part),II(part),E April Fool’s Day; CD #128
4/3/91 The Omni Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2704-2706
4/5/91 The Omni Coliseum I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1861-1863
4/7/91 Orlando Arena All CD’s #’s 1722-1723
4/8/91 Orlando Arena All CD’s #’s 2839-2841
4/28/91 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl I,II(most),E W/ Carlos Santana; CD’s #’s 3641-3642
5/3/91 Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento I,II(most),E(most) W/o Bruce; Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 3076-3078
5/4/91 Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento I(most),II(most),E(most) W/o Bruce; Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 2798-2800
5/11/91 Shoreline Amphitheatre I(most),II&E CD’s #’s 2769-2770
6/6/91 Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville IN I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 3110-3112
6/7/91 Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville IN All CD’s #’s 2916-2918
6/9/91 Buckeye Lake Music Center, Thornville I,II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 333-335
6/14/91 RFK Stadium All View from the Vault II Soundtrack CD; CD’s #’s 1589-1591
6/16/91 Giants Stadium I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1748-1750
6/17/91 Giants Stadium I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 255-256
6/19/91 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston MI I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2803-2805
6/20/91 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston MI All Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 11; CD’s #’s 1286-1288
6/22/91 Soldier Field All CD’s #’s 167-169
6/24/91 Sandstone Amphitheatre, Bonner Springs KS I,II,E(most) Kimmie’s actual birthday; CD’s #’s 1843-1845
6/25/91 Sandstone Amphitheatre, Bonner Springs KS All CD’s #’s 902-903
8/10/91 French’s Camp on the Eel River, Piercy CA I(most),II Jerry Garcia Band; 5th Annual Hog Farm PIGNIC; CD’s #’s 2579-2580
8/16/91 Shoreline Amphitheatre I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 1918-1920
8/17/91 Shoreline Amphitheatre II(most),E CD’s #’s 804-805
8/18/91 Shoreline Amphitheatre I(most),II(most) CD’s #’s 2693-2694
8/24/91 Gold Coast Concert Bowl, Squaw Valley CA All Jerry Garcia Band; Bill Graham Summer Music Festival; CD’s #’s 467-468
8/25/91 Gold Coast Concert Bowl, Squaw Valley CA All Jerry Garcia & David Grisman; Bill Graham Summer Music Festival; w/ Bela Fleck; CD’s #’s 469-470
9/8/91 Madison Square Garden All 46th anniversary of Pigpen’s birth; CD’s #’s 1650-1652
9/9/91 Madison Square Garden All CD’s #’s 1912-1914
9/10/91 Madison Square Garden All W/ Branford Marsalis; CD’s #’s 400-402
9/12/91 Madison Square Garden All

CD’s #’s 1195-1197

9/13/91 Madison Square Garden I(most),II,E

CD’s #’s 2832-2834

9/14/91 Madison Square Garden I(most),II,E

Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 765-767

9/16/91 Madison Square Garden I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 770-772
9/17/91 Madison Square Garden All CD’s #’s 773-775
9/18/91 Madison Square Garden All CD’s #’s 2269-2271
9/20/91 Boston Garden I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 3595-3596

9/21/91 Boston Garden All

Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 1256-1258

9/22/91 Boston Garden I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2265-2267
9/24/91 Boston Garden II(most),E CD’s #’s 1138-1139
9/25/91 Boston Garden All

CD’s 1&2 Dick’s Picks Volume XVII CD and CD3 cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XVII CD; CD’s #’s 486-488

9/26/91 Boston Garden

All

CD’s #’s 477-478
10/27/91 Oakland Coliseum I,Pre-II,II(most) 1st show after Bill Graham died and he was eulogized between sets by his son (this is filler on I); w/ Gary Duncan and Carlos Santana; CD’s #’s 396-398
10/31/91 Oakland Coliseum All Halloween; w/ Gary Duncan and Ken Kesey; CD’s #’s 269-271
11/3/91 Golden Gate Park Polo Field Set(most),E Memorial for Bill Graham billed “A Benefit for Laughter, Love & Music”; w/o Bruce; w/ John Popper, John Fogerty & Neil Young; CD’s #’s 1631-1632
11/9/91 Hampton Coliseum I,II(most),E(most) Jerry Garcia Band; w/ Bruce; CD’s #’s 360-361
11/12/91 Philadelphia Spectrum All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2753-2754
11/15/91 Madison Square Garden I(most),II,E Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2775-2777
11/16/91 Knickerbocker Arena I,II Jerry Garcia Band; 3 set show w/ II abbreviated because of equip problems; CD #1063
11/17/91 Hartford Civic Center I,II Jerry Garcia Band; 3 set show w/ I & II abbreviated because of equipment problems; CD #661
11/19/91 Providence Civic Center All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 662-663
11/23/91 Bradley Center, Milwaukee All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 622-623
12/28/91 Oakland Coliseum I(most),II(most),E W/o Bruce; CD’s #’s 974-975
12/31/91 Oakland Coliseum I,II(most),E(most) New Year’s Eve; w/o Bruce; w/ Airto Moreira & a large # of unknown drummers, presumably culled from the parking lot drum circles; CD’s #’s 1872-1874
3/5/92 Hampton Coliseum I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 182-183
3/8/92 Capital Centre, Landover I(most) 19th anniversary of Pigpen’s death; CD #2334
3/12/92 Nassau Coliseum All CD’s #’s 2249-2250
3/20/92 Copps Coliseum, Hamilton ON I,II(most),E(most)

CD’s #’s 718-719

5/10/92 Cachagua Community Center Park, Carmel Valley CA Set(most),E Bob Weir; by invitation only Jerry Brown Presidential Campaign Benefit; solo acoustic; CD #3451
5/31/92 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, UNLV I(most),II(most),E W/ Steve Miller; CD’s #’s 1778-1780
6/12/92 Knickerbocker Arena I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1428-1430
6/14/92 Giants Stadium All Partial lunar eclipse during TOO>Dew; w/ Steve Miller; CD’s #’s 2387-2388
6/15/92 Giants Stadium All CD’s #’s 727-728
6/17/92 Charlotte Coliseum II(most),E

CD’s #’s 720-721

6/18/92 Charlotte Coliseum All CD’s #’s 3865-3866
6/20/92 RFK Stadium All W/ Bruce and Steve Miller; CD’s #’s 1820-1822
6/22/92 Star Lake Amphitheatre, Burgettstown PA All CD’s #’s 2361-2362
6/23/92 Star Lake Amphitheatre, Burgettstown PA I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 2126-2127
6/25/92 Soldier Field I(most),II(most),E W/ Steve Miller and James Cotton; 1155-1156
6/28/92 Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville IN I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2237-2238
7/24/92 Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD #618
10/31/92 Oakland Coliseum All Jerry Garcia Band; Halloween; Jerry’s 1st post-Jerry’s Dead III (heart attack) performance; CD’s #’s 1136-1137
7/29/92 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City CA All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2411-2412
12/11/92 Oakland Coliseum

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 1625-1627
12/12/92 Oakland Coliseum

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 2344-2345
12/13/92 Oakland Coliseum

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 3011-3012
12/16/92 Oakland Coliseum

All

CD’s 1&2 are from Dick’s Picks Volume XXVII CD and CD3 cloned from Dick’s Picks Volume XXVII CD; CD’s #’s 2102-2104
12/17/92 Oakland Coliseum

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 1597-1599
1/24/93 Oakland Coliseum I(most),II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 2651-2652
1/25/93 Oakland Coliseum I,II,E(most) CD’s #’s 2586-2588
1/26/93 Oakland Coliseum All Chinese New Year Celebration; w/ Carlos; CD’s #’s 3800-3802
2/4/93 Dawg Studios, Tiburon CA Part Jerry Garcia, David Grisman & Tony Rice; rehearsal; The Pizza Tapes CD; CD #437
2/5/93 Dawg Studios, Tiburon CA Part Jerry Garcia, David Grisman & Tony Rice; rehearsal; The Pizza Tapes CD; CD #437
2/27/93 Warfield Theatre I(most),II(beg)

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 739-740

3/10/93 Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont IL I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1515-1516
Richfield (OH) Coliseum All CD’s #’s 3101-3102
Capital Centre, Landover All CD’s #’s 1859-1860
3/17/93 Capital Centre, Landover I,II(most),E St. Patrick’s Day; CD #2179-2180
3/20/93 The Omni Coliseum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1640-1642
3/21/93 The Omni Coliseum I(most) CD #1019
3/22/93 The Omni Coliseum II(most),E CD’s #’s 1030-1031
3/24/93 Dean Smith Center, UNC, Chapel Hill I(most),II(most),E

CD’s #’s 867-868

3/25/93 Dean Smith Center, UNC, Chapel Hill

I,E

CD #1191
3/27/93 Knickerbocker Arena I,II(most),E(most) CD’s #’s 3372-3374
3/31/93 Nassau Coliseum

All

CD’s #’s 3420-3421
4/1/93 Nassau Coliseum

All

April Fool’s Day; w/ Barney the Purple Dinosaur acting as if playing bass on Aiko; CD’s #’s 3386-3388
4/2/93 Nassau Coliseum

All

CD’s #’s 209-210
4/4/93 Nassau Coliseum

All

W/ Baba Olatunji & another unknown guest percussionist; “Stepping Down the Road I” & “Stepping Down the Road II” import CD’s; CD’s #’s 521-522
4/5/93 Nassau Coliseum

I

CD #3600
4/12/93 Candlestick Park

All

Jerry, Bobby & Vinnie performing The National Anthem a capella before the San Francisco Giants’ 1st home game; billed as Grateful Dead; CD #399
4/16/93 Pauley Pavilion, UCLA All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 577-578
4/17/93 Pauley Pavilion, UCLA All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 579-580
4/17/93 San Diego Sports Arena All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3046-3047
5/16/93 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, UNLV I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 2217-2218
5/26/93 Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento I,II(most),E Rex Foundation Benefit; cloned from Road Trips Volume 2 Number 4 CD and Road Trips Volume 2 Number 4 Bonus CD; #’s 3740-3741
5/27/93 Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento All Rex Foundation Benefit; part of I cloned from Road Trips Volume 2 Number 4 CD, and part of II & the Encore cloned from Road Trips Volume 2 Number 4 Bonus CD; #’s 3743-3745
6/5/93 Giants Stadium All CD’s #’s 3365-3367
6/11/93 Buckeye Lake Music Center, Thornville All CD’s #’s 3814-3816
6/15/93 Freedom Hall, Louisville All CD’s #’s 2808-2809
6/16/93 Freedom Hall, Louisville All CD’s #’s 3327-3329
6/25/93 RFK Stadium I,II(most),E W/ Bruce; CD’s #’s 809-810
8/7/93 Seattle Memorial Stadium All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3035-3036
8/8/93 Portland (OR) Meadows Racetrack All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2868-2869
8/14/93 Shoreline Amphitheatre All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2929-2931
8/22/93 Autzen Stadium, University of OR, Eugene I,II,E(most) CD’s #’s 2625-2627
9/13/93 Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 417-418
9/16/93 Madison Square Garden

All

CD’s #’s 3589-3591
9/17/93 Madison Square Garden

All

CD’s #’s 1766-1768
9/18/93 Madison Square Garden

I,II(most),E

Rex Foundation Benefit; #’s 3369-3371
9/20/93 Madison Square Garden

I,II(most),E

W/ Edie Brickell; CD’s #’s 747-748
9/22/93 Madison Square Garden I(most),II(most),E

W/ David Murray and James Cotton; CD’s #’s 340-341

9/25/93 Boston Garden

I,II(most),E

Rex Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 3498-3499
9/28/93 Boston Garden II(most),E CD’s #’s 2432-2433
9/29/93 Boston Garden

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 676-678
9/30/93 Boston Garden I CD #1791
10/31/93 Brendan Byrne Arena All Jerry Garcia Band; Halloween; CD’s #’s 2896-2898
11/1/93 Nassau Coliseum All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1888-1889
11/3/93 Knickerbocker Arena, Albany All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2757-2759
11/4/93 Rochester War Memorial All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2176-2177
11/5/93 Buffalo War Memorial All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2990-2991
11/8/93 Hartford Civic Center I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2568-2569
11/11/93 Providence Civic Center All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3353-3354
11/12/93 Madison Square Garden All Jerry Garcia Band; w/ David Murray; CD’s #’s 313-315
11/14/93 Onondaga County War Memorial at Oncenter, Syracuse All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1592-1593
11/16/93 Philadelphia Spectrum All Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 2536-2537
11/18/93 Richmond Coliseum I,II(most) Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 1700-1701
11/19/93 Hampton Coliseum All Jerry Garcia Band; David Kemper’s final JGB show; CD’s #’s 479-481
2/5/94 Warfield Theatre I(most),II

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 3249-3250

2/6/94 Warfield Theatre I(most),II(most)

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 624-625

2/13/94 Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium, S.F. Set Crosby & Nash; SEVA Foundation Benefit; billed “A Musical Reunion of Old Friends”; w/ Phil & Jorma Kaukonen; CD #3164
3/17/94 Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont IL II(

most),E(most)

St. Patrick’s Day; CD’s #’s 2438-2439
3/23/94 Nassau Coliseum

I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 642-643
3/24/94 Nassau Coliseum All CD’s #’s 3383-3385
3/25/94 Nassau Coliseum All W/Bruce; CD’s #’s 3494-3495
3/27/94 Nassau Coliseum I,II,III(most),E 3 set show w/ II abbreviated because of equipment problems; CD’s #’s 199-200
    Filler 9/11/82 E
3/28/94 Nassau Coliseum I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 80-81
3/30/94 The Omni Coliseum All CD’s #’s 55-57
4/27/94 Warfield Theatre I(most),II

Jerry Garcia Band; CD’s #’s 752-753

6/25/94 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, UNLV I(most),II(part),E CD’s #’s 82-83
7/16/94 RFK Stadium All CD’s #’s 3415-3417
7/17/94 RFK Stadium I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 3445-3447
7/21/94 Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville IN II(most),E(part) CD’s #’s 110-111
8/3/94 Giants Stadium All

CD’s #’s 3436-3438

8/4/94 Giants Stadium I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 3411-3413
9/24/94

Berkeley Community Theatre

Most Phil Lesh & Friends; Phil, Bobby, Jerry & Vinnie; Berkeley Music Program Benefit; cloned from clone of Phil Lesh & Friends Live at Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, California, USA, September 24, 1994 Import CD; CD #336
10/1/94 Boston Garden I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1508-1510
10/5/94 Philadelphia Spectrum I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1939-1941
10/13/94 Madison Square Garden I,II(most),E CD’s #’s 1547-1549
10/14/94 Madison Square Garden I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 1223-1225
10/15/94 Madison Square Garden All

CD’s #’s 3418-3419

10/17/94 Madison Square Garden I,II(most),E W/ Bob Dylan; CD’s #’s 1492-1494
2/21/95 Delta Center, Salt Lake City I,II(most),E Vinnie’s 44th Birthday; CD’s #’s 916-917
3/17/95 CoreStates Spectrum I(most),II(most),E St. Patrick’s Day; CD’s #’s 3533-3535
3/19/95 CoreStates Spectrum I(most),II,E First ever Unbroken Chain; my favorite show; CD’s #’s 114-115
3/23/95 Charlotte Coliseum All W/ Bruce; CD’s #’s 1036-1038
4/1/95 The Pyramid Arena, Memphis I(most),II(most),E April Fool’s Day; CD’s #’s 2773-2774
4/2/95 The Pyramid Arena, Memphis I(most),II,E CD’s #’s 1998-2000
Tampa Stadium Filler 3/19/95 I
5/21/95 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, UNLV I,II(most),E W/ Carter Beauford of Dave Matthews Band; CD’s #’s 1053-1055
5/26/95 Seattle Memorial Stadium I,II

CD’s #’s 1272-1273

6/2/95 Shoreline Amphitheatre I,II(most),E W/ the Gyoto Monks; CD’s #’s 3009-3010
6/18/95 Giants Stadium All

CD’s #’s 3496-3497

6/19/95 Giants Stadium I,II(most),E

CD’s #’s 1185-1186

6/21/95 Knickerbocker Arena I(most),II(most),E CD’s #’s 144-145
6/22/95 Knickerbocker Arena I,II(most),E

Cindy’s last show; CD’s #’s 1198-1200

6/24/95 RFK Stadium I(most),II(most),E W/ Bruce; CD’s #’s 241-242
6/25/95 RFK Stadium All Bob Dylan; opened for the Grateful Dead; w/ Jerry; CD’s #’s 1812-1813
6/25/95 RFK Stadium I(most),II,E W/ Bruce; my last show; CD’s #’s 1814-1815
7/9/95 Soldier Field All The last show; CD’s #’s 146-147
8/9/95 David Gans’ Jerry Tribute Most CD’s #’s 1011-1016
8/9/95 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom All Ratdog; Jerry’s Deadday; CD’s #’s 544-545
8/29/95 Melody Fair Theatre, North Tonawanda, NY All Bruce Hornsby; CD’s #’s 2370-2371
9/2/95 Warfield Theatre Set(part)E(part) Ratdog Revue; w/ Vinnie, Prairie Prince & Henry Kaiser; CD’s #’s 2055-2056
4/12/96 Fillmore Auditorium Set(part),E Bruce Hornsby; w/ Bobby & Phil; CD #2421
7/6/96 Fillmore Auditorium I(part),II(end),E Vince Welnick & the Missing Man Formation; CD #2079
3/6/97 Fillmore Auditorium Part

David Murray Octet; w/ Bobby & Phil; CD #3882

10/25/97 Hammerstein Ballroom at the Manhattan Center Set(most),E1,E2 Ratdog; CD’s #’s 1064-1065
11/6/97 Maritime Hall, S.F. I(end),II(part),E Broken Angels; w/ Phil; CD #3794
1/31/98 Fillmore Auditorium I(most),II(most),E Broken Angels; w/ Phil & Vinnie; CD’s #’s 1133-1135
2/24/98 Fillmore Auditorium All

Ratdog; Mardi Gras; CD’s #’s 1727-1728

2/25/98 Fillmore Auditorium Set(most),E Ratdog; Ash Wednesday; CD’s #’s 1962-1963
2/27/98 Fillmore Auditorium I,II(most),E Phil Lesh & Friends; Unbroken Chain Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 2062-2064
4/1/98 Feldman Arena at the O’Neill Center, WCSU, Danbury CT Set(most),E(most) Ratdog; April Fool’s Day; Rob Wassereman’s Birthday; CD’s #’s 1416-1417
4/2/98 Tongue & Groove Studios, Philadelphia All Bob & Rob; acoustic; in-studio, live performance for WXPN FM Philadelphia’s “World Café”; actual studio unknown; CD #1806
4/20/98 Warfield Theatre I(most),II(most),E

Phil Lesh & Friends; CD’s #’s 414-416

6/4/98 Warfield Theatre I(most),II(most) The Other Ones premiere performance; CD’s #’s 1586-1588
6/26/98 Blockbuster Pavilion, Charlotte Set(most),E The Other Ones; 1998 Furthur Festival; CD’s #’s 1895-1896
6/27/98 Nissan Pavilion, Bristow VA Most The Other Ones; 1998 Furthur Festival; CD’s #’s 2199-2200
6/29/98 Continental Airlines Arena,  East Rutherford All

The Other Ones; 1998 Furthur Festival; CD’s #’s 699-700

7/1/98 Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts Most

The Other Ones; 1998 Furthur Festival; CD’s #’s 1270-1271

7/4/98 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Most The Other Ones; 1998 Furthur Festival; Independence Day; CD’s #’s 1623-1624
7/7/98 Hartford Civic Center All The Other Ones; 1998 Furthur Festival; CD’s #’s 2322-2324
7/11/98 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy WI Set(most),E The Other Ones; 1998 Furthur Festival; CD’s #’s 2110-2111
7/24/98 Shoreline Amphitheatre Most The Other Ones; 1998 Furthur Festival; CD’s #’s 1008-1010
7/25/98 Shoreline Amphitheatre All

The Other Ones; 1998 Furthur Festival; w/ Billy & Jorma Kaukonen; CD’s #’s 451-453

8/8/98 Fillmore Auditorium I,II(most),E Phil Lesh & Friends; Unbroken Chain Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 1784-1786
9/15/98 Elkhorn Resort Plaza, Sun Valley ID All Ratdog; CD’s #’s 2748-2749
9/19/98 Swig Park, Osher Marin Jewish Community Center, San Rafael All Bob & Rob; CD’s #’s 1604-1605
10/15/98 Brownie’s 23 East, Ardmore PA All Missing Man Formation; CD’s #’s 1550-1551
10/31/98b The Jazz House, Yoshi’s at Jack London Square, Oakland All Bruce Hornsby; solo; w/ Steve Kimock; CD #3108
11/6/98a The Jazz House, Yoshi’s at Jack London Square, Oakland All Bruce Hornsby; w/ Phil & Steve Kimock; CD’s #’s 3097-3098
11/8/98a The Jazz House, Yoshi’s at Jack London Square, Oakland All Bruce Hornsby; w/ Steve Kimock; CD #3924
11/14/98 Electric Factory, Philadelphia Set(most),E Ratdog; CD’s #’s 1399-1400
2/12/99 Wetlands Preserve All RD3; benefit show; w/ Michael Falzarano & Warren Haynes; CD’s #’s 1875-1876
2/16/99 Warfield Theatre All Mickey Hart & Planet Drum; w/ Hamza El Din & Steve Kimock; Mardis Gras; CD’s #’s 250-251
4/15/99 Warfield Theatre All Phil Lesh & Phriends; w/ Dave Ellis, Brian & Graham Lesh; Unbroken Chain Foundation Benefit; CD’s #’s 44-46
    Filler Phil Lesh & Phriends; Unbroken Chain Foundation Benefit
4/16/99 Warfield Theatre All Phil Lesh & Phriends; w/ Donna; CD’s #’s 162-164
4/17/99 Warfield Theatre I(most),II,E Phil Lesh & Phriends; w/ Donna; CD’s #’s 47-49
5/19/99 House of Blues, Walt Disney World’s West Side, Orlando All Bruce Hornsby; CD’s #’s 1046-1047
5/22/99 House of Blues, Myrtle Beach All Bruce Hornsby; CD’s #’s 3216-3217
5/29/99 Penn’s Landing Main Stage, Philadelphia Set(most),E Ratdog; First Union Jam on the River; CD #2327
5/29/99 Calaveras County Fairgrounds Main Stage, Angel’s Camp CA All Phil Lesh & Friends; 1999 Mountain Aire Music Festival; CD’s #’s 1373-1375
8/13/99 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison All Phil Lesh & Friends; show & VLB dedicated to Dick Latvala, who died on 8/6/99; CD’s #’s 3543-3544
9/4/99  Black Oak Ranch, Laytonville CA All Mickey Hart & Planet Drum; 1st day of the two-day Hog Farm Pignic; benefit for TBD; Wavy Gravy’s ranch; CD’s #’s 1612-1613
11/3/99 Paramount Theatre, Cedar Rapids Set(most),E Ratdog; CD’s #’s 2533-2534
11/12/99 Landmark Theatre, Syracuse All Ratdog; CD’s #’s 1513-1514
11/14/99 Palace Performing Arts Center, New Haven Set(most),E Ratdog; CD’s #’s 484-485
11/17/99 Whittemore Center Arena, UNH, Durham Most Phil Lesh & Friends; opened for Bob Dylan; CD’s #’s 92-93
11/19/99 Electric Factory, Philadelphia

Set(most),E

Ratdog; CD’s #’s 1-2
11/23/99 Nightclub 9:30, Washington All Ratdog; CD’s #’s 812-813
12/2/99 Pompano Beach Amphitheatre All Ratdog; saxophonist Dave Ellis’ final show as a band member; CD’s #’s 3188-3189
2/26/00

Phoenix Theatre, Petaluma

Set,E1,E2(beg) Vinyl w/ Phil for Set & E1;

Benefit for the Novato Charter School; all of known performance; CD #3938

5/26/00

Buckeye Lake Music Center, Thornville

All Ratdog; 1st day of 2 day Hookahville Spring 2000; last of 2 opening acts for ekoostik hookah; CD’s #’s 1667-1668
5/27/00 Penn’s Landing Main Stage, Philadelphia All Ratdog; headliner for Day 1 of the 3 day 15th Annual Jam on the River; CD’s #’s 3150-3151
6/12/00

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley

Set(most) Phil Lesh & Friends; actual studio unknown; private show for future rebroadcast on KFOG-FM; #2233
6/24/00

Seaside Park Main & Side Stages, Bridgeport

Most The Les Claypool Rat Brigade; Day 2 of Gathering of the Vibes 2000; band is comprised of Les Claypool & all of Ratdog except Mark Karan (Jeff Chimenti, Jay Lane, Kenny Brooks, Rob & Bobby); CD #824
6/24/00

Seaside Park Main & Side Stages, Bridgeport

Set(most),E(most) Ratdog; Day 2 of Gathering of the Vibes 2000; w/ Les Claypool; CD’s #’s 825-826
9/15/00 FleetCenter, Boston Set(most),E The Other Ones; 2000 Furthur Festival; CD’s #’s 952-954
9/16/00 Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre, Camden All

The Other Ones; 2000 Furthur Festival; CD’s #’s 958-959

9/21/00 Greensboro Coliseum All The Other Ones; 2000 Furthur Festival; CD’s #’s 955-956
11/7/00

Murat Centre Theatre, Indianapolis

Set(most),E Ratdog; Election Day; CD’s #’s 2850-2851
11/11/00

Webster Theater, Hartford

Set(most),E Ratdog; the band’s evening performance, as they played a short free set in Rockefeller Plaza that morning, presumably only part of which was aired on The Today Show; CD’s #’s 1984-1985
11/18/00

Hammerstein Ballroom at the Manhattan Center

All Ratdog; w/ The Persuasions; CD’s #’s 982-983
11/27/00 Nightclub 9:30, Washington All Ratdog; CD’s #’s 1101-1102
3/10/01 Warfield Theatre All String Cheese Incident; w/ Bobby & Vinnie; CD’s 2889-2891
3/19/01 Hot Rock Café at Mystic Hot Springs, Monroe UT All David Nelson Band; w/ T.C. & Skyler; T.C.’s 57th Birthday; CD’s #’s 1770-1772
4/4/01 Pompano Beach Amphitheatre All Ratdog; CD’s #’s 2029-2031
4/20/01 Cricket Arena, Charlotte All Phil Lesh & Friends; CD’s #’s 2997-2999
4/30/01 Roseland Ballroom, NYC All Phil Lesh & Friends; CD’s #’s 2538-2540
5/4/01 Warfield Theatre All Ratdog; CD’s #’s 2541-2543
6/10/01 Sweetwater Saloon, Mill Valley II,E Crusader Rabbit Stealth Band; premiere performance; w/ Warren Haynes; CD’s #’s 3255-3256
8/30/01 WYOU-TV Studio, Madison All Terrapin Flyer; w/ Vinnie; live, in-studio performance televised on The Tim Sundog Show in commemoration of Vince Welnick Day in Madison; CD #3270
9/27/01 The NorVa, Norfolk I(most),II,E Ratdog; CD’s #’s 2679-2681
9/28/01 Nightclub 9:30, Washington I(most),II(most),E Ratdog; CD’s #’s 2974-2976
9/29/01 Worcester Palladium All Ratdog; CD’s #’s 2923-2925
3/9/02 Hammerstein Ballroom at the Manhattan Center I(most),II,E Ratdog; w/ DJ Logic & Dred Scott; CD’s #’s 3155-3157
7/10/02 Milky Way, Amsterdam I,II(most),E Ratdog; CD’s #’s 119-120
8/3/02 Alpine Valley Music Theatre Main Stage, East Troy WI All Phil Lesh & Friends; 1st day of two day festival billed “Terrapin Station – A Grateful Dead Family Reunion”; 1st Main Stage act opening for The Other Ones; CD’s #’s 2352-2353
8/3/02 Alpine Valley Music Theatre Main Stage, East Troy WI All The Other Ones; 1st day of two day festival billed “Terrapin Station – A Grateful Dead Family Reunion”; CD’s #’s 3141-4143
8/4/02 Alpine Valley Music Theatre Main Stage, East Troy WI I,II,E(most) The Other Ones; 2nd day of two day festival billed “Terrapin Station – A Grateful Dead Family Reunion”; CD’s #’s 2604-2606
8/11/02 Mt. Fuji Speedway, Shizuoka JAPAN All Ratdog; Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival; w/ Tom Scott; CD #3121
8/31/02 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison Most Ratdog; w/ DJ Logic; followed Warren Haynes in support of Phil Lesh & Friends; CD’s #’s 2734-2735
11/20/02 Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford I,II(most),E The Other Ones; CD’s #’s 2673-2675
12/21/02 Asheville (NC) Civic Center All Bob Weir & Friends (Rob Barraco, Warren Haynes, Dave Schools & John Molo); w/ DJ Logic & Al Schnier (moe.); 14th Annual Warren Haynes Christmas Jam; last of 8 opening acts for Gov’t Mule; CD #550
5/8/03 Cain’s Ballroom, Tulsa All Ratdog; between sets, Tulsa Mayor Bill LaFortune declared May 8, 2003 “Bob Weir Day in the City of Tulsa”; w/ A.J. Santella & Taylor Hanson; CD’s #’s 2967-2969
10/12/03 Variety Playhouse, Atlanta All Bob Weir & Ratdog; w/ Brian Lopes; CD’s #’s 3028-3030
10/22/03 Webster Theater, Hartford All Bob Weir & Ratdog; w/ A.J. Santella; Ratdog Live CD Series Hartford, CT – October 22, 2003 CD; this show, which Cindy & I attended, fell on our 20th Anniversary; CD’s #’s 2750-2752
2/6/05 House of Blues at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, L.V. I(most),II,E Bob Weir & Ratdog; CD’s #’s 3026-3027
2/9/05 4th & B, S.D. II,E Bob Weir & Ratdog; w/o Bobby; CD #3118
11/5/05 Fox Theatre, Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation Reservation, Ledyard All Bob Weir & Ratdog; w/o Bobby; CD’s #’s 3539-3540
12/3/05 Shea’s Performing Arts Center’s Buffalo Theatre II,E Phil Lesh & Friends; CD’s #’s 3297-3298
12/17/05 The Showbox Music Club, Seattle All Bob Weir & Ratdog; w/ Dan Wheetman; CD’s #’s 3375-3377
3/17/06 House of Blues, Myrtle Beach All Bob Weir & Ratdog; St. Patrick’s Day; w/ Bela Fleck & the Flecktones; CD’s #’s 3398-3400
3/21/06 Premier Music Hall, Danbury I,II(beg) Bob Weir & Ratdog; CD’s #’s 3378-3379
7/3/06 New England Dodge Music Center, Hartford II(end),E Phil Lesh & Friends; w/ Trey Anastasio; opened for Trey Anastasio & Mike Gordon with the Benevento/Russo Duo; CD #2220
11/9/06 Mohegan Sun Arena, Mohegan Sun Casino, Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut Reservation, Uncasville CT All Bob Weir & Ratdog; ½ arena set-up; w/ John Popper; CD’s #’s 3471-3472
11/9/08 Klein Auditorium, Bridgeport I,II(most),E Bob Weir & Ratdog; cloned from Ratdog Live Downloads Series Klein Memorial Theatre Bridgeport, CT 11/09/08 CD; CD’s #’s 3675-3677
4/25/09 Madison Square Garden All The Dead; CD’s #’s 3733-3735
7/20/12

Seaside Park Main Stage, Bridgeport

Most 7 Walkers; one of 17 supporting acts for Day 2 Gathering of the Vibes 2012 headliner Phil Lesh & Friends; w/ Scott Murawski; CD #3902
7/20/12

Seaside Park Main Stage, Bridgeport

All Phil Lesh & Friends; headliner for Day 2 of 4 day Gathering of the Vibes 2012 festival; CD’s #’s 3899-3901
       
       
    Shitty Bands

 

 

 

 
ARTIST DATE SEGMENT VENUE/COMMENTS
10,000 Maniacs 4/21/93 Part Sony Music Studios, NYC; actual studio unknown; acoustic; w/ Bill Dillon, Amanda Kramer, Jerry Marotta, Morgan Fichter, Mary Ramsey, Jane Scarpantoni, Richie Stearns, Atsuko Sato & Kim Laskowski;  broadcast on MTV Unplugged; MTV Unplugged CD; CD #3813
a440 2/7/03 All Tobacco Road, NYC; opened for Max Creek; CD’s #’s 3238-3239
Allman Brothers Band 2/13/70 All Fillmore East; billing for Late Show was Grateful Dead, ABB & Love; Grateful Dead performed alone for Early Show; Allman Brothers Band Fillmore East 2/70 CD; CD #1929
Allman Brothers Band 7/26/70 All SUNY Stony Brook Gymnasium; CD #3018
Allman Brothers Band 6/27/71 All Fillmore East; final performance by any band held at the Fillmore East; CD #3258
Allman Brothers Band 8/26/71 All A&R Recording Studios, NYC; live, in-studio, audience attended performance; actual studio unknown; simulcast on WPLJ-FM; CD #1203
Allman Brothers Band 8/30/90 Set(most),E(beg) Waterloo Village Concert Field, Stanhope NJ; CD’s #’s 511-512
Allman Brothers Band 8/19/94 Set(most),E

The Beach, Old Orchard Beach ME; w/ Duane Betts; CD’s #’s 526-527

 

Allman Brothers Band 3/9/96 I(most),II,E

Beacon Theatre, NYC; CD’s #’s 523-525

6/21/96 Set(most),E

Meadows Music Theater, Hartford; CD’s #’s 532-533

Allman Brothers Band 6/24/96 Set,E Saratoga Performing Arts Center; CD’s #’s 280-282
Allman Brothers Band 3/10/06 I,II,E(most)

Beacon Theatre, NYC; w/ Susan Tedeschi; CD’s #’s 3477-3479

Allman Brothers Band 3/11/06 I,II,E(most)

Beacon Theatre, NYC; w/ Devon Allman, Gary Rossington, Peter Frampton, Roy Haynes, Jay Collins & Will Calhoun; CD’s #’s 3612-3613

Allman Brothers Band 3/13/06 All

Beacon Theatre, NYC; w/ Susan Tedeschi & Chuck Leavell; CD’s #’s 3580-3582

Allman Brothers Band 3/14/06 I,II,E(most)

Beacon Theatre, NYC; w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes horn section (Mark Pender, Joey Stann, La Bamba, Chris Anderson & The Kingfish), Elvin Bishop, Pinetop Perkins, Mike Merritt & Orlando Vega; CD’s #’s 3475-3476

Allman Brothers Band 3/20/06 I,II,E(most)

Beacon Theatre, NYC; w/ Jay Collins, Jim Seeley, Chris Karlic, Mike Mattison, Cornell Dupree, Bernard Purdie, Jerry Jemmott, Susan Tedeschi & Duane Trucks; CD’s #’s 3514-3516

8/24/13 All

Comcast Theater, Hartford; CD’s #’s 3934-3935

Trey Anastasio 2/15/99 I(most),II(most)E Higher Ground, Winooski VT; Very Special Arts of Vermont Benefit; I is solo acoustic; CD’s #’s 1648-1649

Trey Anastasio

5/11/99 I(most),II,E Nightclub 9:30, Washington DC; CD’s #’s 735-737

Trey Anastasio

2/21/01 I,II(most),III,E Orpheum Theatre, Boston; CD’s #’s 2660-2662
Trey Anastasio 5/31/02 All Thomas & Mack Center, UNLV; w/ Michael Franti, Radioactive, David Hidalgo, Steve Berlin, Conrad Lozano & Page McConnell; CD’s #’s 1949-1951
Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars 7/1/60 All Freebody Park, Newport; 1960 Newport Jazz Festival; headliner for the opening night of the 4 day festival, though a riot outside the venue in the evening on 7/2/60 caused the cancellation of all performances scheduled later than the afternoon of 7/3/60; Happy Birthday, Louis CD; CD #3599
Joan Baez, Graham Nash and Kris Kristofferson 11/3/91 All Golden Gate Park Polo Field; “Amazing Grace”, the grand finale to the Bill Graham memorial “A Benefit for Laughter, Love & Music”, constitutes the entire performance; CD #1633

The Band

1/31/74b I(most),II(most) Madison Square Garden; The Band’s sets w/o Dylan from this show billed Bob Dylan & the Band; CD #2304

The Band

11/25/76 All Winterland Arena; Thanksgiving; Robbie Robertson’s final performance w/ The Band; w/ John Simon, Ronnie Hawkins, Dr. John, Bobby Charles, Paul Butterfield, Muddy Waters, Bob Margolin, Pinetop Perkins, Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Neil Diamond, Dennis St. John, Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr, Ronnie Wood, Stephen Stills, Carl Radle, Rich Cooper, James Gordon, Jerry Hey, Howard Johnson, Charlie Keagle, Tom Malone & Larry Packer; show billed “The Last Waltz”; CD’s #’s 76-79
Beach Boys 4/27/71

All

Fillmore East; appeared in the middle of the Grateful Dead’s 2nd set, after which the Dead left the stage & the Beach Boys did a very short, two tune solo set; CD #608
Richard Betts 11/4/74

All

Ultrasonic Recording Studios Performance Studio, Hempstead; tour billed as Richard Betts: An American Music Show; CD #3463
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 4/23/98

All

Fatty McGee’s Grill & Bar, Southington CT; WHCN’s Hot Legs Finals; w/ an unknown tambourine player; CD #154
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 5/9/98 All Scarlet O’Hara’s Café, Hartford; w/ Joe Pajak; CD’s #’s 1470-1471
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 8/21/98 All T.A.Z, New London CT; the 1st of 2 opening acts for the Mighty Purple; CD #3397
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 8/22/98 Most Fatty McGee’s Grill & Bar, Southington CT; w/ Dan Prindle, Travis LaMothe & Kurt Rinaldi of Rane; CD’s #’s 2493-2494

Big Ed’s Gas Farm

8/29/98 I(most),II,E1,E2 Grove Beach Association, Hitchcock Lake, Wolcott CT; 1998 Grove Beach Association Band Party; private party at the neighborhood beach association to which we belong; CD’s #’s 1497-1499
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 10/22/98 I(most),II(most),E Fatty McGee’s Grill & Bar, Southington CT; Paul & Cindy’s 15th Anniversary Show (Unofficial); CD’s #’s 248-249
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 11/5/98 I(most),II(most) Fatty McGee’s Grill & Bar, Southington CT; CD’s #’s 822-823
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 11/7/98 Most Old Chicago Café, Waterbury CT; opening act for Good News A-Hop; CD’s #’s 2093-2094
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 12/26/98

Most

The Hungry Tiger Music Club & Café, Manchester CT; “After Christmas Crappy Gift Exchange” Show; opened for Hung Jury; CD #1017
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 1/16/99 Most The Ski Sundown Lodge, New Hartford CT; “The Stokin’ Ski & Board Fest with WCCC”; CD’s #’s 137-138
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 2/20/99 I(most),II,III(most),E Arch Street Tavern, Hartford; II is acoustic; CD’s #’s 505-507
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 3/6/99 Most 88 Pratt Street, Hartford; opened for Rane; CD #2457
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 3/21/99 I,II(most) Lake Winnemaug Club House, Watertown CT; private party for my sister-in-law Karen’s 40th birthday; w/ the entire audience guesting on egg shakers, bongos, etc; CD’s #’s 1989-1990
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 6/26/99 I(most),II Grove Beach Association, Hitchcock Lake, Wolcott CT; 1999 Annual Grove Beach Association Band Party; private party at the neighborhood beach association to which we belong; CD’s #’s 1439-1440
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 7/25/99

All

Grove Beach Association, Hitchcock Lake, Wolcott CT; Paul’s 40th Birthday Party; private party at the neighborhood beach association to which we belong; CD’s #’s 482-483
Big Ed’s Gas Farm 8/7/99

I(most),II(most)

Fat Daddy’s Tavern, Watertown CT; CD’s #’s 1328-1330
The Birchmere Superpickers 4/11/89

I(most),II(most),E

The Birchmere Music Hall, Alexandria CD’s #’s 1658-1660
The Birchmere Superpickers 3/2/90

Set(end),E

The Birchmere Music Hall, Alexandria; CD #1653
The Birchmere Superpickers 3/3/90

Set(most),E

The Birchmere Music Hall, Alexandria; CD’s #’s 1646-1647
The Bluegrass Allstars 1/23/88

I,II(most),E

The Birchmere Music Hall, Alexandria; CD’s #’s 1157-1158
The Bluegrass Sessions 9/5/99 All Camp Mather Main Stage, Yosemite CA; Fall 1999 Strawberry Music Festival; CD’s #’s 534-535
Blues Brothers 12/31/78 Set(most),E(most) Winterland Arena; New Year’s Eve; Breakfast Served at Dawn show; Closing of Winterland show; 1st of 2 opening acts for Grateful Dead; CD #3454

Bobby & the Middays

5/22/04 Most Glen & Jill Talbot’s Backyard, Cromwell CT; my son Bobby’s band, now defunct, and though they were unnamed, Brett Connor’s dubbed them Bobby & the Middays because their set was performed at appx 3:30; w/ Steve Battistoni of Flipper Dave; private party officially called “Cinco-De-My-House”; 1st off two opening acts for Flipper Dave & a 3rd supporting act followed Flipper Dave’s show; CD #2865

Boston Pops

5/14/14 I,II(most) Boston Symphony Hall; show billed Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration Featuring Warren Haynes; conducted by Keith Lockhart; Warren Haynes’ played the Wolf; CD’s #’s 1468-1469

David Bowie

5/16/90 I(part),II(most),E1 Tokyo Dome; CD #1769

David Bowie

1/9/97 I(end),II,E

 

Madison Square Garden; Bowie’s 50th Birthday Celebration; w/ The Foo Fighters, David Grohl, Robert Smith, Sonic Youth, Lou Reed & Billy Corgan; CD’s #’s 2359-2360
Sam Bush Band 8/9/08 All Grand Targhee Resort, Alta WY; headliner for Day 2 of 3 Day 21st Annual Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival; w/ Tim Stafford, James Nash, Drew Emmitt, Jason Wilbur, Tony Trischka, Jeff Austin, Bill Nerschi, Col. Mustard & Tim O’Brien; CD’s #’s 3803-3804
John Cale 6/16/79 Part CBGB; re-ordered clone of burned copy of Sabotage LP; CD #3338
Johnny Cash 1/13/68 All Folsom State Prison Cafeteria; free show; At Folsom Prison Remastered CD; CD #3470
Catfish Jam 3/27/04 All Tammany Hall, Worcester; opened for Spookie Daly Pride; CD #3764
Black Crowes 12/11/94 Most Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City CA; multi-band show billed as “1994 KROQ FM Christmas Party”; CD #1699
Black Crowes 1/29/95 Part Royal Albert Hall; CD #1698
Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band 3/14/81 All The Palladium, NYC; w/ James, Alex & Huey Taylor (The Embarrassing Stains); CD’s #’s 465-466

Jimmy Buffett

8/30/03 All Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts, Mansfield MA; Live in Mansfield MA CD; CD’s #’s 1032-1033

El Búho

11/10/01 All Antone’s Nightclub, Austin; CD’s #’s 1552-1553
The Byrds 2/22/69 I,II(most) Boston Tea Party; CD’s #’s 2642-2643
J.J. Cale 7/2/94 Set(most),E(most) Telluride Town Park Mainstage; w/ John Hammond; CD’s #’s 930-931

J.J. Cale

9/4/94 All Black Oak Ranch; 8th Annual Hog Farm PIGNIC; CD’s #’s 2515-2516
1/8/81 All

Eric Clapton

2/3/90 I(most),II(beg-most) Royal Albert Hall; w/ Robert Cray & Buddy Guy; CD’s #’s 1406-1407
Eric Clapton 6/29/96

Set(part)

Hyde Park; MasterCard Masters of Music Concert for the Prince’s Trust; w/ The Kick Horns; CD #1936
Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade 8/30/00

All

Nightclub 9:30, Washington DC; II is Pink Floyd’s Animals LP; CD’s #’s 3172-3173

Club Ed

2/12/00 Pre-I,I(most),II(most),

E

American Legion of Oakville (CT) Post 195 Banquet Room; private Jack & Jill party for Dave Biello & Michelle Garrity’s impending wedding, for which I was the Best Man; w/ Scott Mulrooney; Carl Mazzamaro & I appear in Pre-I;  CD’s #’s 192-193
Joe Cocker 10/5/89 Set(part) Lowell (MA) Memorial Auditorium; w/ The Memphis Horns & Gary Gazaway; though this is clearly only part of the show, it’s unclear if the order of the CD is correct or if the encore is included & out of order, it is all of the known performance to the best of my knowledge; cloned from Joe Cocker Live CD; CD #2034
Ornette Coleman Trio 6/1/00 All Battery Park Lawn; headliner of the 3 act show which kicked off the 2000 Bell Atlantic Jazz Festival, billed “An Evening with Ornette Coleman”; performance entitled “Change of the Century”; CD #3039
Ornette Coleman Trio 11/30/65 All Tivoli Concert Hall, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen; clone of Live at the Tivoli ’65 CD; CD #2276
John Coltrane 7/26/65 All The Yellow Pines, Antibes FRANCE; 1965 Antibes Jazz Festival; CD #1539
John Coltrane 7/27/65 Most The Yellow Pines, Antibes FRANCE; 1965 Antibes Jazz Festival; CD #3149
John Coltrane 5/28/66 All Village Vanguard, NYC; all of known performance, although the show was certainly longer; Live at the Village Vanguard Again! CD; CD #1983
John Coltrane & Frank Wess 9/20/57 Part Hackensack recording studio; actual studio name & specific studio unknown; live, in-studio performance; cloned from John Coltrane & Frank Wess’ Wheelin’ & Dealin’ CD; CD #1420

Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen

8/20/74 All Central Park Sheep Meadow; free show; opened for NRPS; CD #2630

Brett Connors

3/14/02 All Deja Vu, Plainville; solo acoustic; w/ Wheelchair Scott & Andrew TBD; CD’s #’s 3409-3410

Brett Connors

4/1/12 All WESU-FM’s Studio B, Wesleyan University, Middletown CT; April Fools’ Day; acoustic; w/ Bobby Marino; live, in-studio performance to promote the impending “Flippin’ Burgers w/  Flipper Dave” show on 4/21/12 at Mona Lisa Restaurant, Wolcott CT; CD #3874
Brett Connors & Friends 7/13/06 I Billy Ray’s Café, Winsted CT; acoustic; all of known performance; Brett Connors, Dennis Fancher & Steve Nardo; CD #2466
Brett Connors & Friends 7/28/07 All Indian Lookout Country Club Tent Stage, Pattersonville NY; Day 2 of  3 of Camp Creek 2007; 1 of 9 warm-up acts for headliner Max Creek; Brett Connors, Mike Sherman, Mike Rau, Dennis Fancher & Scott Allshouse; w/ Sue Nelson; CD #2451

Brett Connors & Friends All-Star Jam

4/7/06 All Double Down Grille, Avon CT; only performance; w/ Glen Nelson; CD’s #’s 3511-3513

Elvis Costello & the Attractions

11/15/77a Set(most),E Old Waldorf, S.F.; FM broadcast; clone of the bootleg CD Radioactivity; CD #3607

Elvis Costello & the Attractions

11/15/77b Most Old Waldorf, S.F.; FM broadcast; clone of the bootleg CD Radioactivity; CD #3608

Elvis Costello & the Attractions

2/28/78 All Warren Theater, Washington DC; from Elvis Goes to Washington & Dave Edmunds & Rockpile Don’t CD; CD #2067
Creedence Clearwater Revival 1/31/70 All Oakland Coliseum; The Concert CD; CD #87
Crosby, Stills & Nash 9/15/89 All Springfield Symphony Hall; billed as acoustic show & the performance was mostly acoustic; CD’s #’s 1232-1233
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 6/7/70 I(part),II(part) Fillmore East; CD’s #’s 2762-2763
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 2/2/00 I,II(most),E Rose Garden Arena, Portland OR; Graham Nash’s 58th Birthday; Groundhog Day; CD’s #’s 655-657
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 3/27/00 I,II(most),E FleetCenter, Boston; CD’s #’s 649-651
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 7/10/06 I,II(most),III,E Air Canada Centre, Toronto; CD’s #’s 3683-3685
Dark Star Orchestra 8/13/05

All

Indian Lookout Country Club Main Stage, Pattersonville NY; Day 2 of  3 of Gathering of the Vibes X; ZT performed between DSO’s two sets, and the two bands’ performances were billed as “A 10 Year Tribute to Jerry Garcia & the Grateful Dead”; w/ Rob Barraco, David Nelson, Martín Fierro, David Nelson, Peter Rowan, David Gans, Scott Murawski, Gloria Jones, Jackie LeBranch, Keller Williams, Reid Genauer (Assembly of Dust) Adam Terrell (Assembly of Dust), Julee Avallone, Melvin Seals, Donna, Klyph Black & Jeff Mattson; CD’s #’s 3558-3561
Reverend Gary Davis 7/8/67

All

Friends’ Center, Seattle; billed “Holy Blues”; CD #1902
Miles Davis 3/21/60 All Olympia Theater, Paris; CD’s #’s 1600-1601
Miles Davis 3/22/60a All Konserthuset, Stockholm; CD #1242
Miles Davis 3/22/60b All Konserthuset, Stockholm; CD #1243
Miles Davis 4/9/60 All Amsterdam Concert Hall; clone of Green Dolphin Street: Live in Holland 1960 CD; VARA Broadcast Association radio broadcast; CD #3551
Miles Davis 4/22/61 Most Black Hawk Restaurant, S.F.; Miles Davis In Person, Saturday Night at the Blackhawk San Francisco, Volume 2 CD; CD #2021

Day By The River

9/6/97 Most Georgia Theatre, Athens; CD’s #’s 2294-2295
Deep Banana Blackout 3/27/98 I,II(beg) 7 Willow St., Port Chester; w/ Andrew Gromiller; CD’s #’s 2168-2169
Deep Banana Blackout 6/10/00 All Trocadero Theatre, Philadelphia; w/ all members of Miracle Orchestra; CD’s #’s 3106-3107
Deep Banana Blackout 9/17/00 All Brandy House, Atlanta; live broadcast on WZGC-FM’s “The Dunhams Show”; CD #2887

Dennis & Smith

6/29/81 All Earls Court, London; 2nd of 2 warm up acts for Bob Dylan, appearing between Dylan’s 1st & 2nd sets; CD #3967
Derek & the Dominoes 10/23/70b Set(most),E Fillmore East; CD’s #’s 609-610
3/7/67 All The Matrix, S.F.; CD’s #’s 2476-2477
3/10/67 Most The Matrix, S.F.; CD’s #’s 2658-2659
9/17/68a Most Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen; performance was for the TV broadcast the next day & was the first of  three that day; CD #1418
10/12/01 I(beg),II(most),

III(most)

The Standing Stone Café, Hartford; CD’s #’s 968-969
4/6/02 All The Maple Tree Café, Simsbury CT; w/ Rob Fried; CD’s #’s 2227-2229
9/20/02 Part Little City Café, Middletown CT; unknown segment(s) of show; w/ Rob Fried; CD #3362
3/11/62 All WBAI FM Studios, NYC; actual studio unknown; from “Cynthia Gooding’s Folksinger’s Choice”; CD #3770
7/2/62 Most Finjan Club, Montreal; CD #843
10/XX/62 Most Gaslight Café, NYC; actual date unknown; CD #2134
4/26/63 All WFMT-FM Broadcast Studio, Chicago; live, in-studio performance & interview on Studs Terkel’s Wax Museum; solo acoustic; clone of the bootleg CD “The Studs Terkel Wax Museum”; CD #3414
10/26/63 Set(part),E(part) Carnegie Hall; solo acoustic; cloned from the Bob Dylan Live at Carnegie Hall promotional CD; CD #3672
Bob Dylan 10/31/64 All New York Philharmonic Hall, NYC; Halloween; I is solo acoustic & II is acoustic; w/ Joan Baez; The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Bob Dylan Live 1964 – Concert at Philharmonic Hall CD; CD’s #’s 3404-3405
Bob Dylan 9/3/65 I(most),II(most) Hollywood Bowl; I is solo acoustic; CD’s #’s 2105-2106
Bob Dylan 4/13/66 I(most),II Sydney Stadium, Sydney AUSTRALIA; I is solo acoustic; CD’s #’s 850-851
Bob Dylan 5/17/66 All Free Trade Hall, Manchester ENGLAND; I is solo acoustic; The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966 – The “Royal Albert Hall” Concert CD; CD’s #’s 2095-2096
Bob Dylan 5/1/69 All Ryman Auditorium, Nashville; The Johnny Cash Show; w/ Johnny Cash; CD #2232
Bob Dylan 1/31/74b I,II(most),III,

IV(most),E

Madison Square Garden; Dylan’s sets from this show billed Bob Dylan & the Band; backed by The Band for all but III which is solo acoustic; CD’s #’s 229-230
Bob Dylan 11/11/75 I(part),II(most) Palace Theater, Waterbury CT; backed by Guam; Rolling Thunder Revue; CD #1343

Bob Dylan

11/4/75b I(most),II,III Providence Civic Center; backed by Guam; Rolling Thunder Revue; CD’s #’s 1978-1979

Bob Dylan

5/3/76 I(most),II,III(most) The Warehouse, N.O.; backed by Guam; Rolling Thunder Revue; CD’s #’s 1847-1848

Bob Dylan

11/10/78 I(most),II(most),E Hec S. Edmundson Pavilion, University of Washington, Seattle; CD’s #’s 1893-1894

Bob Dylan

4/20/80 Set(most),E1,E2 Massey Hall, Toronto; almost undoubtedly a clone of a clone of the Japanese CD Release “Gospeller”; CD’s #’s 2736-2737

Bob Dylan

6/29/81 All Earls Court, London; CD’s #’s 3091-3092

Bob Dylan

6/28/84 All Barcelona Mini-Stadium; w/ Carlos Santana; CD’s #’s 2419-2420

Bob Dylan

10/5/87 All Grand Plaza, Locarno SWITZERLAND; CD #3259

Bob Dylan

6/30/92 Set(most),E1,E2 The Kursaal, Dunkirk FRANCE; 1992 Opal Coast Festival; CD’s #’s 2755-2756

Bob Dylan

11/16/93a Most The Supper Club, NYC; CD #3444

Bob Dylan

11/16/93b All The Supper Club, NYC; CD #2436

Bob Dylan

11/17/94 All Sony Music Studios, NYC; live, in-studio performance; actual studio unknown; 1st of 2 taping sessions for MTV Unplugged; part broadcast on MTV Unplugged and released on the DVD & CD; CD #3316

Bob Dylan

11/18/94 All Sony Music Studios, NYC; live, in-studio performance; actual studio unknown; 2nd & final taping session for MTV Unplugged; part broadcast on MTV Unplugged and released on the DVD & CD; CD’s #’s 3016-3017

Bob Dylan

5/27/95 All Laguna Seca Recreation Area, Monterey; 1995 Laguna Seca Daze Festival; CD’s #’s 1169-1170

Bob Dylan

6/21/95 All Theater of Living Arts, Philadelphia; CD’s #’s 3306-3307

Bob Dylan

9/2/95 All Cleveland Stadium; 1995 Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame Concert; w/ Bruce Springsteen; CD #1003
Bob Dylan 5/8/96

All

Palace Theatre, Columbus; CD’s #’s 2190-2191
Bob Dylan 6/17/96

All

Tempodrome, Berlin; CD’s #’s 2132-2133
Bob Dylan 6/29/96

Set(part),E

Hyde Park; MasterCard Masters of Music Concert for the Prince’s Trust; w/ Ron Wood & Al Kooper; CD #1934

Bob Dylan

4/19/97 All University of Hartford Sports Center; CD’s #’s 3569-3570

Bob Dylan

8/12/97 All Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center, Scranton; CD’s #’s 3021-3022

Bob Dylan

10/3/97 All Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff WALES; CD’s #’s 1251-1252

Bob Dylan

2/1/98 All New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s Prudential Hall, Newark; CD’s #’s 2656-2657

Bob Dylan

6/24/98 All National Exhibition Centre Arena, Birmingham ENGLAND; w/ Van Morrison; CD’s #’s 993-994

Bob Dylan

10/23/98 Set(most),E(beg) Target Center, Minneapolis; CD #3633

Bob Dylan

2/5/99 Set(most),E New Daisy Theatre, Memphis; CD’s #’s 2780-2781

Bob Dylan

2/24/99 All Mullins Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; CD’s #’s 2471-2472
Bob Dylan 6/5/99 All Fillmore Auditorium, Denver; w/ Paul Simon; opened for Paul Simon; CD’s #’s 2245-2246
Bob Dylan 6/14/99 Set(most),E Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Ballroom, University of Oregon, Eugene; CD’s #’s 2223-2224
Bob Dylan 6/25/99 Set(most),E Coors Amphitheatre, Chula Vista; w/ Paul Simon; opened for Paul Simon; CD’s 2383-2384
Bob Dylan 7/17/99 All Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre, Camden; CD’s #’s 1116-1117
Bob Dylan 7/26/99 All Tramps Cafe, NYC; w/ Elvis Costello; CD’s #’s 272-273
Bob Dylan 7/30/99 Set(most),E The Jones Beach Amphitheater, Jones Beach State Park, Wantagh; CD’s #’s 2340-2341
Bob Dylan 9/8/99 All First American Music Center, Antioch TN; w/ Marty Stuart; CD’s #’s 1689-1690
Bob Dylan 11/3/99 All Value City Arena @ the Jerome Schottenstein Center, OH St Univ, Columbus; CD’s #’s 2142-2143
Bob Dylan 11/14/99 All Worcester Centrum; CD’s #’s 3132-3133
Bob Dylan 3/15/00 Set(most),E Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium; CD’s #’s 2764-2765
Bob Dylan 3/16/00 Set(most),E Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium; CD’s #’s 2796-2797
Bob Dylan 5/11/00 All Cologne Arena, Cologne GERMANY; CD’s #’s 1545-1546
Bob Dylan 6/18/00 All Gorge Amphitheatre, George WA; Father’s Day; opened for Phil Lesh & Friends; CD’s #’s 1147-1148
Bob Dylan 6/20/00 All Jackson County Expo Hall, Medford OR; opened for Phil Lesh & Friends; CD’s #’s 2726-2727
Bob Dylan 6/20/00 All Jackson County Expo Hall, Medford OR; opened for Phil Lesh & Friends; CD’s #’s 2726-2727
Bob Dylan 6/29/00 All

Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Irvine; opened for Phil Lesh & Friends; CD’s #’s ’s 3448-3449

Bob Dylan 7/21/00 All

Meadows Music Theatre, Hartford; opened for Phil Lesh & Friends; CD’s # 2413-2414

Bob Dylan 9/14/00 All Point Theatre, Dublin; CD’s #’s 1463-1464
Bob Dylan 3/13/01 Set,E(most) Hamatsu Act City Center, Shizuoka JAPAN; CD’s #’s 1851-1852
Bob Dylan 5/1/01 All Asheville Civic Center, Asheville NC; CD’s #’s 1479-1480
Bob Dylan 10/6/01 All Key Arena, Seattle; CD’s #’s 1776-1777
Bob Dylan 10/9/01 All Jackson County Fairgrounds AT&T Headline Stage, Central Point OR; CD’s 2172-2173
Bob Dylan 10/28/01 Set(most),E1(most),E2 US Cellular Arena, Milwaukee; CD’s #’s 1960-1961
Bob Dylan 11/2/01 All Indiana State University Hulman Center, Terre Haute; CD’s #’s 2950-2951
Bob Dylan 11/6/01 All Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids; CD’s #’s 2621-2622
Bob Dylan 11/9/01 All Cobo Arena, Detroit; CD’s #’s 2972-2973
Bob Dylan 11/10/01 All Nationwide Arena, Columbus; CD’s #’s 3429-3430
Bob Dylan 11/11/01 All Bryce Jordan Arena, Penn State University, State College PA; CD’s #’s 2404-2405
Bob Dylan 11/20/01 All Mohegan Sun Arena, Mohegan Sun Casino, Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut Reservation, Uncasville CT; CD’s #’s 1638-1639
Bob Dylan 11/24/01 All FleetCenter, Boston; CD’s #’s 3192-3193
Bob Dylan & His Band 2/1/02 All National Car Rental Center, Sunrise FL; CD’s #’s 2716-2717
Bob Dylan & His Band 2/10/02 All Cricket Arena, Charlotte; CD’s #’s 3196-3197
Bob Dylan & His Band 5/9/02 All Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester ENGLAND; CD’s #’s 3190-3191
Bob Dylan & His Band 8/3/02 All Fort Adams State Park Fort Stage; 2002 Apple & Eve Newport Folk Festival; CD’s #’s 2933-2934
Bob Dylan & His Band 10/4/02 All KeyArena at the Seattle Center; CD’s #’s 2434-2435
Bob Dylan & His Band 10/5/02 All McArthur Court, University of Oregon, Eugene; CD’s #’s 2912-2913
Bob Dylan & His Band 10/7/02 All Pauline Davis Pavilion, Tehama District Fairgrounds, Red Bluff CA; CD’s #’s 2782-2783
Bob Dylan & His Band 10/11/02 All Greek Theatre, University of CA; CD’s #’s 3345-3346
Bob Dylan & His Band 10/12/02 All Greek Theatre, University of CA; CD’s #’s 1996-1997
Bob Dylan & His Band 11/1/02 All Allstate Arena, Rosemont IL; CD’s #’s 3389-3390
Bob Dylan & His Band 11/3/02 All Kent State University Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center, Kent; opening performance of the 2002 Kent State Folk Festival; CD’s #’s 2714-2715
Bob Dylan & His Band 11/9/02 All Coach USA Center, Elmira NY; CD’s #’s 2728-2729
Bob Dylan & His Band 4/18/03 All Granada Theater, Dallas; CD’s #’s 2952-2953
Bob Dylan & His Band 5/4/03 All Washington Mutual Stage, Lake Worth West Waterfront from Banyan Blvd. to Lakeview Ave., West Palm Beach; SunFest 2003; CD’s #’s 2821-2822
Bob Dylan & His Band 5/9/03 All The Atlantic City Hilton Theater; CD’s #’s 2771-2772
Bob Dylan & His Band 8/6/03 All Germain Amphitheater, Columbus; opened for The Dead; w/ Joan Osborne; CD #3099
Bob Dylan & His Band 11/23/03 All Shepherds Bush Empire, London; CD’s #’s 3310-3311
Bob Dylan & His Band 11/25/03 All Brixton Academy Theatre, London; CD’s #’s 3083-3084
Bob Dylan & His Band 11/4/04 All Value City Arena @ the Jerome Schottenstein Center, OH St Univ, Columbus; CD’s #’s 3048-3049
Bob Dylan & His Band 8/13/06 Set(most),E Cooper Stadium, Columbus; CD #3450
Bob Dylan & His Band 11/12/06 All Agganis Arena @ Boston University; CD’s #’s 601-602
Bob Dylan & His Band 11/20/06 All New York City Center Main Stage; CD’s #’s 3680-3681
Steve Earle 3/17/99 All The Birchmere Music Hall, Alexandria; show billed “The Del McCoury Band Featuring Steve Earle”; backed by Del McCoury’s band for I; II is solo acoustic; opened for the Del McCoury Band w/ II following the Del McCoury Band’s 1st set; St. Patrick’s Day; w/ Dan Gillis; CD’s #’s 2316-2317
ekoostik hookah 2/7/98 I(most),II(most),E Newport Music Hall, Columbus; CD’s #’s 586-588
ekoostik hookah 2/14/98 I(most),II(most),E The Odeon, Cleveland; St. Valentine’s Day; w/ Vern Palpima; CD’s #’s 1259-1261
Hamza El Din 9/16/78 All Gizah Sound & Light Theater, Cairo; w/ the Abu Simbal Youth Society of Cairo; full lunar eclipse on night of performance; set was performed just before the Dead’s 2nd set; CD #628
Hamza El Din 10/22/78 All Winterland Arena; 5th & Final “From Egypt with Love” show; set was performed at the beginning of the Dead’s 2nd set; CD #1204
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 7/3/58 All Freebody Park, Newport; 1958 Newport Jazz Festival; w/ Ray Nance, Lil Greenwood, Gerry Mulligan, Ozzie Bailey, Mahalia Jackson & Mildred Falls; that night, the opening night of the festival, was dedicated to Duke and called “Duke Ellington Night”; Live at Newport 1958 CD; CD’s #’s 2057-2058
Ramblin’ Jack Elliott 3/18/73 All Madison Square Garden’s Felt Forum; solo acoustic; opened for New Riders of the Purple Sage; CD #2366
Jay Farrar 11/30/01 All Luther’s Blues, Madison; CD #2954
Dennis Fancher & Mike Rau 4/4/12 All Hoops-n-Hops, Simsbury CT; entertainment for “A Celebration of Brian Maskery’s Life” who passed away on 3/29/12; w/ Brett Connors; CD #100
Bela Fleck & the Flecktones 2/17/99 I,II(most), E University of Buffalo Center for the Arts, Amherst NY Campus; CD’s #’s 1972-1973

Flipper Dave

10/12/96 I,II(beg) O’Hagan’s Restaurant, Burlington CT; CD’s #’s 3312-3313

Flipper Dave

10/25/96 I(part),II(part) Tickets, Avon CT; w/ an unknown percussionist; CD #1018

Flipper Dave

11/15/96 I(part),II(part) O’Hagan’s Restaurant, Burlington CT; w/ William Lindberg; CD #3869

Flipper Dave

1/11/97 Set(most),E Globe Theater, Norwalk CT; w/ Mark Mercier of Max Creek; opened for Max Creek; CD #3460

Flipper Dave

7/27/97 Most Indian Lookout Country Club Main Stage, Pattersonville NY; all of known performance; Day 2 of  2 of Camp Creek ’97; one of the warm-up acts for Max Creek; w/ Rob Fried; CD #2938

Flipper Dave

10/18/97 All Atomic Club, East Hartford; w/ Mark Vann of Leftover Salmon; Too Cold CD Release Party; opened for Leftover Salmon; CD #2390

Flipper Dave

12/31/97 Most Municipal Café, Hartford; New Year’s Eve; opened for Fool’s Progress; CD #1868

Flipper Dave

10/30/99 I(most),II(part),E Connecticut Expo Center, Hartford; Max Creek’s 1999 Halloween Party; 1 of 2 opening acts for Max Creek; CD #1391

Flipper Dave

5/27/00 All Butternut Basin @ Ski Butternut, Great Barrington MA; Creek Festival; w/ Dennis Fancher, Mark Mercier, Scott Allshouse & Scott Murawski; opened for Max Creek; CD’s #’s 2806-2807

Flipper Dave

9/2/00 Set(most),E Sterling Stage Kampitheater Main Stage, Hannibal NY; Phil’s Farm Party 2000; opened for Max Creek; CD’s #’s 2070-2071

Flipper Dave

12/29/00 Part Fat Daddy’s Tavern, Watertown CT; though this was a two set show w/ encore, it is not known which portions of the show are represented; final show held at the venue; CD #715

Flipper Dave

2/2/02 All The Hungry Tiger Music Club & Café, Manchester CT; Groundhog Day; w/ Jeff Pevar; CD’s #’s 1672-1674
Flipper Dave 8/24/02 I(most),II(most),E Grove Beach Association, Hitchcock Lake, Wolcott CT; 2002 Annual Grove Beach Association Band Party; private party at the neighborhood beach association to which we belong; w/ Bob Laramie, Pete Scheips, Bobby Marino, Carl Mazzamaro, Johnny Roper, Paul Marino, Jay Taylor, Lou Vanasse & Amy Kramarchyk; CD’s #’s 2008-2010

Flipper Dave

5/22/04 I,II,III(most),E Glen & Jill Talbot’s Backyard, Cromwell CT; w/ Mark Paradis, Scott Murawski, Kelly Gilson, Brian Konopka, Sue Nelson, Bobby Marino, Katie Whalen, Kevin White, Glen & Gary Talbot, and Tommy Hayes; private party officially called “Cinco-De-My-House”; CD’s #’s 2981-2984

Flipper Dave

2/19/05 All KC Dubliner Grille & Pub, Burlington CT; 10th Anniversary Flipper Dave Reunion; w/o Steve Battistoni; w/ Steve Clement; CD’s #’s 3158-3160

Flipper Dave

12/16/06 I(most),II(most) The Hungry Tiger Music Club & Café, Manchester CT; w/ Jonathan Lichtig subbing for Steve Battistoni; w/ Mark Paradis; CD’s #’s 1311-1312

Flipper Dave

9/12/08 All Camp Kee-wanee Main Stage, Greenfield MA; Day 1 of 3 day Wormtown Music Festival 9; 1 of 19 supporting acts for Day 1 headliner, Stir Fried; CD #1643
Flipper Dave 9/27/08 I,II,III,IV Waterbury (CT) ARC Gymnasium; The Marino Brothers & Sisters (Cindy & my and my brother Mike & sister-in-law Karen’s) 25th Anniversaries Party; private party at the gymnasium where my wife works and where my son, Bobby, worked at the time; w/ Bobby Marino, Johnny Roper & an unknown guest; CD’s #’s 3678-3679
Flipper Dave 4/21/12 All Mona Lisa Restaurant Patio, Wolcott CT; show billed “Flippin’ Burgers With Flipper Dave”; w/o Glen Nelson; w/ Scotty Allshouse substituting for Davey Gallo; w/ Andrew Ouellette, Johnny Roper & Tom Moreau; CD’s #’s 3880-3881
10/6/00 All Tammany Hall, Worcester; CD’s #’s 2335-2336
10/25/97 All Hammerstein Ballroom at the Manhattan Center; opened for Ratdog; CD #2475
Funky Meters 3/2/96 All Double Diamond, Aspen; CD’s #’s 2710-2711
David Gans 10/22/99 I(most),II(beg) Red Light Café, Atlanta; w/ Bobby Miller; CD #2544
Dizzy Gillespie 9/29/47 I,III(most),E Carnegie Hall; I is a quartet plus special guest Charlie “Bird” Parker, and III&E are w/ the big band; Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie: Diz & Bird at Carnegie Hall CD; CD #2059
Gov’t Mule 12/31/95 All Roseland Ballroom, NYC; New Year’s Eve; CD’s #630

Gov’t Mule

12/31/98b I(part),II(part),E The Roxy Theatre, Atlanta; New Year’s Eve; w/ Marc Ford, Chuck Leavell, Bernie Worrell, Derek Trucks, Randall Bramblett, Jimmy Herring & Yonrico Scott; LIVE…with a Little Help from Our Friends CD; CD’s #’s 2068-2069

Gov’t Mule

3/27/99 All Webster Theatre; w/  Derek Trucks, Bill McKay, John Duva & Yonrico Scott; CD’s #’s 2979-2980
Great Went String Quartet 8/17/97 Most Loring Air Force Base, Limestone ME; 2nd day of the Great Went; performed between Phish’s 1st & 2nd sets; CD #1122
David Grisman & Tony Rice 4/30/95 All Wilkes Community College Watson Stage, Wilkesboro NC; Day 4 of 4 day MerleFest 1995; actual stage unknown; w/ Ricky & Ronnie Simpkins and Wyatt Rice; CD #1512
David Grisman Quintet 9/24/96 I(most),II(most),E Academy of Music Theatre, Northampton MA; CD’s #’s 2085-2086
David Grisman Quintet 10/11/96 I,II(most),E Spirit Square, Charlotte; w/ Tony Williamson; CD’s #’s 1432-1433
David Grisman Quintet 4/14/00 All Beacon Theatre, NYC; w/ Bela Fleck; opened for Bela Fleck & the Flecktones; CD #3867
David Grisman Quintet 5/27/00 Set(most),E Buckeye Lake Music Center, Thornville; w/ Derek Jones subbing for Jim Kerwin; final day of 2 day Hookahville Spring 2000; 1st of 3 opening acts for ekoostik hookah; show dedicated to Jim Kerwin’s family; CD #3904
11/4/75b

I(most),II(most)

Providence Civic Center; Rolling Thunder Revue; w/ Cindy Bollens & Kevin “The Light Man” TBD; CD’s #’s 1434-1435
5/3/76

All

The Warehouse, N.O.; Rolling Thunder Revue; CD #1846
3/20/09 All javapalooza café!, Middletown CT; w/ unknown audience members on percussion; Live at javapalooza CD; presumably, the whole show; CD #3747
11/10/90 Part Apollo Theater; starring B.B. King; only the B.B. King segment of the show, and presumably all of it, which also included Etta James & Gladys Knight; B.B. King Live at the Apollo CD; CD #1882
5/30/01 I(most),II Double Down Grille, Avon CT; CD’s #’s 355-356
6/25/00 All Seaside Park Side Stage, Bridgeport; solo acoustic; Day 3 of Gathering of the Vibes 2000; CD #1745
5/6/01 All Brandyhouse, Atlanta; CD #2849
5/14/11 I(most),II(most),E(most) Tower Theater, Upper Darby PA; CD’s #’s 3837-3838
4/26/69 Most The Forum, Inglewood; CD #3459
8/18/69 Most Max Yasgur’s Farm, Bethel; Woodstock Music & Art Fair; Hendrix was the only performer on the 4th day of the scheduled 3-day festival; though billed as Jimi Hendrix, Hendrix referred to the band as both Gypsy Sun & Rainbows and Band of Gypsys prior to the start of the set & during Voodoo Chile Return; CD’s #’s 2609-2610
5/30/70a Set(most),E Berkeley Community Theatre; CD #2744
5/30/70b Set(most),E(most) Berkeley Community Theatre; CD #2637
1/29/68b All Olympia Theater, Paris; CD #1171
Hot Tuna XX/XX/69 Filler (5/5/77 I) New Orleans House, Berkeley
Hot Tuna 3/4/88 I,II(part) Fillmore Auditorium; w/ Paul Kantner, Grace Slick & Papa John Creach; CD #875
Hot Tuna 7/4/98 All Saratoga Performing Arts Center; Independence Day; 1998 Furthur Festival; preceded Rusted Root as opening acts for The Other Ones; CD #738
Robert Hunter 2/19/80 Most Landmark Theatre, Syracuse; opened for JGB; CD #3361
Robert Hunter 2/24/80 Most SUNY Stony Brook Gymnasium; opened for JGB; CD #3433

Indigo Girls

6/6/97 I(most),II,E Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts; w/ Michael Lorant, Michelle Malone, Sheila Doyle, Ulali & Danielle Howe; CD’s #’s 1810-1811
Michael Jackson 9/27/87 All Yokohama (JAPAN) Stadium; CD’s #’s 3713-3714
5/29/07 I
2/6/98a All
3/8/01 All
Jefferson Airplane 5/7/69 Set(most),E Golden Gate Park Polo Field; CD #1305
Jefferson Starship 2/18/95 Set(end),E1,E2(most) The Sting, New Britain CT; CD #785
Jefferson Starship 9/19/01 Set(most),E Vincent’s Nightclub, Randolph MA; w/ Ed DeLuna & Anna Flaherty; CD’s #’s 3234-3235
Jemimah Puddleduck 1/19/00 I,II(most) Humpty’s Café, Tahoe City CA; CD’s #’s 837-839
Jemimah Puddleduck 1/20/00 I(most),II(most),E Humpty’s Café, Tahoe City CA; w/ Susan Sheller, who opened for Jemimah Puddleduck for the run; CD’s #’s 840-842

JGB Band

10/31/97 Set(part),E(part) House of Blues, West Hollywood; Halloween; Welcome to Our World (for Members Only) CD; CD #2089

Jiggle

4/28/01 I(most),II(part) Met Café, Providence; CD’s #’s 2060-2061

Billy Joel

11/9/71 Most Ultrasonic Recording Studios Performance Studio; solo; most of known performance; though there are earlier performances as noted by Billy before the first tune, this is the first known Billy Joel show; CD #1526

Billy Joel

6/10/76 Set(most),E1,E2,E3 The Bottom Line Cabaret, NYC; CD’s #’s 1524-1525
The David Johansen Group 7/21/78 All The Bottom Line Cabaret; w/ Johnny Thunder of the New York Dolls; clone of Live CD; CD #1419
Dr. John 11/6/71 All Ultrasonic Recording Studios Performance Studio, Hempstead; simulcast on WLIR-FM’s “Tuesday Night Concert” program; CD #3643
Elton John 12/24/73 All Hammersmith Odeon, London; Christmas Eve; CD #641

Jorma Kaukonen

11/29/84 I(beg),II(part) Toad’s Place, New Haven; Thanksgiving; solo acoustic; CD #1269
5/15/86 All Berkeley Community Theatre; solo acoustic; The Wavy Gravy 50th Birthday Benefit for Just About Anything; w/ Jack Casady; one of the 4 supporting acts for Bob Weir solo; CD #2501
Steve Kimock Band 7/3/00 All Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds Grandstand Stage, Quincy CA; High Sierra Music Festival 2000; CD’s #’s 2835-2836
Carole King 6/18/71 All Carnegie Hall; w/ James Taylor; The Carnegie Hall Concert 6/18/71 CD; CD #2011
King Crimson 11/23/73 Set(most),E Amsterdam Concert Hall; all of known performance; The Nightwatch, Live at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw November 23rd 1973 CD; CD’s #’s 2001-2002

King, Dennis, Havis, Quebec & Smith

6/29/81 All Earls Court, London; opened for Bob Dylan; CD #3093

Leo Kottke

4/16/95 Part Fox Theater, Boulder; Easter; copy of Leo Kottke Live CD; CD #861

Alison Krauss & Union Station

9/2/95 All Salem County Fair Grounds Stage, Woodstown NJ; headliner for 2nd day of 3 day 24th Annual Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival; w/ Dan Paisley; CD’s #’s 3130-3131

KVHW

4/21/98 I,II(most),III(most) Powerhouse Brewing Company, Sebastopol CA; CD’s #’s 1986-1988

KVHW

10/16/98 I(most),II(most),E Wetlands Preserve, NYC; w/ Grant Green, Jr.; CD’s #’s 243-245

  All KVHW 12/31/98 I #1

KVHW

10/17/98 I Wetlands Preserve, NYC; CD #557
KVHW 12/31/98 I Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center Ballroom; New Year’s Eve; show billed “A Cryptical Development”; 1 of 5 warm-up acts for headliner String Cheese Incident, though all 5 other bands at the show performed in the arena; CD’s #’s 213-214

KVHW

12/10/99 I(most),II(most),E State Theatre, Falls Church, VA; CD’s #’s 2741-2743
Leftover Salmon 5/5/98

I,II(most),E

Georgia Theater, Athens; Cinco de Mayo; first night of the two day Ola Festival; w/ Jeff Sipe; CD’s #’s 1602-1603
Leftover Salmon 3/24/04

All

Marquee Theatre, Tempe; w/ harmonica player, Bob Meehan; CD’s #’s 188-189
Liberty Bus 10/14/00

II(most)

Husky Blues, Storrs CT; CD #2667
Liberty Bus 5/30/02

Part

Powder Mill Barn, Enfield CT; #2745
Little Feat 7/19/73a

Set(most),E

Ebbets Field, Denver; CD #950
Little Feat 7/19/73b

All

Ebbets Field, Denver; CD #951
Little Feat 5/5/76a

Set(most),E

Orpheum Theatre, Boston; Cinco de Mayo; show broadcast on unknown FM station; w/ Charlie Daniels; CD’s #’s 3355-3356
Little Feat 5/5/76b

All

Orpheum Theatre, Boston; Cinco de Mayo; show broadcast on unknown FM station; CD’s #’s 3833-3834
Little Feat 4/2/78b

Set(most),E1,E2

Orpheum Theatre, Boston; w/ Will McFarland; CD’s #’s 2819-2820
Little Feat 9/26/91

All

The Sting, New Britain CT; w/o Sam Clayton; CD’s #’s 918-919
Los Lobos 2/26/00 All The Fillmore, S.F.; w/ Leo Rosales;  CD’s #’s 2591-2592
Los Lobos 11/15/01 All Café Tomo, Arcata CA;  CD’s #’s 2863-2864
Marijuana Jazz Band 12/24/99 I(most),II(most) Fourth Street Tavern, San Rafael; Christmas Eve; CD’s #’s 681-683
Bob Marley & the Wailers 6/10/75 Most The Quiet Knight, Chicago; w/ Lee Jaffe; CD #1340
Bob Marley & the Wailers 7/7/75 Set(most),E(part) The Boarding House, S.F., CD #28

Bob Marley & the Wailers

5/26/76

Set,E(most)

The Roxy Theatre, L.A.; CD’s #’s 2464-2465

Bob Marley & the Wailers

7/7/78

Set(most),E(part)

Ahoy Hall, Rotterdam; CD #3343
Bob Marley & the Wailers 9/23/80 Set(most),E

Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh; Bob Marley’s last show; CD #871

Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers 3/21/96 Set,E1,E2(most) The Ritz Theater, Raleigh; CD’s #’s 603-604
Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers 9/16/00 Most Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre, Camden; 2000 Furthur Festival; CD #957
The Mars Volta 3/12/05 Most Manchester Academy, Manchester University, Manchester ENGLAND; CD’s #’s 3909-3910
Dave Matthews Band 8/15/95 All Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison ; w/ Tim Reynolds; Live at Red Rocks 8.15.95 CD; CD’s #’s 2044-2045
Dave Matthews Band 12/31/95 I(part),II,E(part) Hampton Coliseum; New Year’s Eve; CD’s #’s 980-981
Dave Matthews Band 11/9/96

Set(most),E

Cow Palace, Daly City CA; CD’s #’s 2243-2244
Max Creek 5/6/83 I(most),II&E H.L. Wilfred’s, Hamden; CD’s #’s 3074-3075
Max Creek 10/21/83 I(most),II(most) Agora Ballroom, West Hartford CT; Scott’s 30th Birthday; CD’s #’s 104-106
Max Creek 9/1/86 I(most),II(beg-most) Agora Ballroom, West Hartford CT; CD’s #’s 150-151
Max Creek 5/14/87 II,E Paramount Theatre, Springfield MA; CD #1086
Max Creek 5/12/89 II(most),E West Hartford Music Hall; 18th Anniversary Weekend: Show #1; w/ Alyce Bertz & Joe Montinieri; CD #1559
Max Creek 11/2/90 All Gemini’s, Simsbury CT; CD’s #’s 67-68

MaxCreek

12/31/92 I(most),II(most),E Buster’s Pub & Cinema, East Hartford; New Year’s Eve; CD’s #’s 1306-1308

Max Creek

7/30/95 Set(most),E Indian Lookout Country Club, Patterson NY; Final Day (Day 3/2nd Creek performance) of Camp Creek ’95; w/ Eamon Cronin & an unknown guitar player; CD’s #’s 722-723
Max Creek 8/10/95 Set(most),E Walnut Hill Park Bandshell, New Britain CT; Jerry Memorial; this show, though already booked before Jerry’s passing, was dedicated to him in celebration of his life by keyboard player Mark Mercier before the first tune; CD’s #’s 2320-2321

Max Creek

2/9/96 II(most),E Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel, Providence; CD #1431

Max Creek

3/22/97

I,II(most),E

Great American Music Hall, S.F.; w/ Frank Messina; CD’s #’s 1773-1775

Max Creek

3/23/97 I(most),II,E Sweetwater Saloon, Mill Valley CA; CD’s #’s 1266-1268

Max Creek

3/29/97 All Webster Theater, Hartford; CD’s #’s 2331-2333
Max Creek 11/1/97 All Atomic Club, East Hartford; acoustic, except Rider; CD’s #’s 1644-1645

Max Creek

12/20/97 I,II(most),E Atomic Club, East Hartford; 1997 Holiday Office Party; w/ Joe Montinieri; acoustic except for Scott Murawski on the e/o/GDTRFB & part of You Let Me Down Again and John Rider for the last half of II and all of E; CD’s #’s 741-742

Max Creek

5/16/98 All Arch Street Tavern, Hartford; acoustic; w/ Eamon Cronin; CD’s #’s 2072-2074
Max Creek 6/12/98

I,II(most),E

Webster Theater, Hartford; CD’s #’s 1050-1052
Max Creek 10/15/98 All WHCN’s Broadcast Studio, Hartford; acoustic except Scott Murawski & John Rider on Darlin’ and Something Is Forming; CD #2363
Max Creek 6/13/99 All Sunrise Resort, Moodus CT; Mad Murphy’s Music & Arts Festival; w/ Bruce Mandaro, Glen Nelson & Eamon Cronin; CD’s #’s 367-369
Max Creek 7/10/99 I(most),II(most),E Webster Theater, Hartford; w/ Vykki Vox, Dave Osoff & an unknown guest; CD’s #’s 443-445
Max Creek 1/28/00 All Higher Ground, Winooski VT; w/ Mike Gordon; CD’s #’s 2547-2549
Max Creek 5/13/00 I(most),II(part),

E(most)

Hoops-N-Hops Sports Bar, Simsbury CT; acoustic; w/ Brett Connors; CD’s #’s 920-921
Max Creek 7/1/00 All Sterling Stage Kampitheater Main Stage, Hannibal NY; Independence Day Bash 2000; w/ Bob Beeley; CD’s #’s 795-798
Max Creek 7/29/00 I,II(most),III(most), E1,E2 Indian Lookout Country Club Main Stage, Pattersonville NY; Day 2 of  3 of Camp Creek 2000 and the 1st performance of the festival by Max Creek; w/ Jeff Pevar, Sam Holmstock & Klem Klimick; I is acoustic; CD’s #’s 2686-2690
Max Creek 10/28/00 I(part),II,III,E Hoops-N-Hops Sports Bar, Simsbury CT; acoustic; free show; w/ Jeff Pevar; CD’s #’s 2676-2678
Max Creek 1/13/01 Set(most),E Polish American Citizens Club Hall, Ludlow MA; Cancer Benefit in Memory of Rich Petlock who died on 12/13/00; w/ Brett Connors, Glen Nelson, and Chuck Wanda & Kent Oldham  of Lobsterz from Marz; CD’s #’s 2995-2996
Max Creek 3/16/01 I(most),II,E Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel, Providence; w/ Mark Forrest; CD’s #’s 1569-1571
Max Creek 6/9/01 II,E The Living Room, Providence; CD #3609
Max Creek 10/13/01 I(most),II(most) Fox Theatre & Café, Boulder; CD’s #’s 1620-1622

MaxCreek

12/31/04 All Toad’s Place, New Haven; New Year’s Eve; w/ Tim Palmieri, Adrian Tramantano & Jordan Giangreco of The Breakfast and an unknown sax player; CD’s #’s 3040-3042

MaxCreek

1/15/05 All Tammany Hall, Worcester; w/ Ed Savageau of Cross the Water and Bruce Mandaro Band; CD’s #’s 3144-3146
Max Creek 7/30/05 All Indian Lookout Country Club Main Stage, Pattersonville NY; Day 2 of  3 of Camp Creek 2005 and the 1st performance of the festival by Max Creek; w/ Luke “Patchen” Montgomery & Maurice Brown; CD’s #’s 3288-3292
Max Creek 4/21/06 All Eastover Resort’s Tally Ho, Lenox MA; Day 1 of 2 of Max Creek’s 35th Anniversary Creekend; w/ Greg Vasso; CD’s #’s 3331-3333
Max Creek 4/22/06 All Eastover Resort’s Tally Ho, Lenox MA; Day 2 of 2 of Max Creek’s 35th Anniversary Creekend; the band’s evening performance, as they played an acoustic set in the afternoon in Eastover Resort’s Red Room for the same ticket price; w/ Greg Vasso; CD’s #’s 3592-3594
Max Creek 1/20/11 All Jaco Hotel 12Moons’ Concert Stage, Jaco Beach COSTA RICA; Day 1 of 3 Jungle Jam 2011; w/ Greg DeGuglielmo subbing for Scott Allshouse, and Billy; CD’s #’s 3826-3828
Max Creek 1/21/11 I,II,III(most) Jaco Hotel 12Moons’ Concert Stage, Jaco Beach COSTA RICA; Day 2 of 3 Jungle Jam 2011; w/ Greg DeGuglielmo subbing for Scott Allshouse, Frank Messina and Billy; CD’s #’s 3829-3832
Max Creek 1/22/11 All Jaco Hotel 12Moons’ Concert Stage, Jaco Beach COSTA RICA; Day 3 of 3 Jungle Jam 2011; w/ Greg DeGuglielmo subbing for Scott Allshouse, and Billy; CD’s #’s 2259-2261
The Maykers 6/7/98 I,II Venice Beach Pavilion; CD #161

Paul McCartney

10/10/89 I(part),II(part)E1,E2 General Sports Palace of Bercy, Paris; CD’s #’s 1883-1884

Paul McCartney

6/15/93 Set(most),E(part) Blockbuster Pavilion, Charlotte; CD’s #’s 1816-1817
Paul McCartney 12/14/99 All The Cavern Club, Liverpool; w/ Chris Hall; dubbed from Live at the Cavern Club! DVD; CD #2514
Paul McCartney 4/16/02 All First Union Center, Philadelphia; CD’s #’s 2702-2703
Paul McCartney 4/21/02 Set(most),E1,E2 Nassau Coliseum; CD’s #’s 2910-2911
Del McCoury Band 3/17/99 All The Birchmere Music Hall, Alexandria; show billed “The Del McCoury Band Featuring Steve Earle”; St. Patrick’s Day; w/ Steve Earle & Jacob McCoury; CD’s #’s 2318-2319
Del McCoury Band 6/22/02 All The Bonnaroo Theatre, Manchester TN; Day 2 of 3 day 2002 Bonnaroo Music Festival; one of many supporting acts for the Day 2 headliner, Widespread Panic; CD #3163
Mahavishnu John McLaughlin & Carlos Santana Band 9/1/73 Set(most),E Chicago Amphitheatre; cloned from the bootleg CD Oh Boy; CD’s #’s 2914-2915
John Mellencamp 8/27/94 Set,E(part) World Music Theatre, Tinley Park IL; CD #782
Mark Mercier & Scott Murawski 9/1/02 Most Bucksteep Manor Gazebo Stage, Washington MA; Reverend Tor Band’s Jamazon CD Release Party; one of many opening acts for Reverend Tor Band; CD #1082
Mark Mercier & Scott Murawski 9/22/02 All Hyland Orchard & Brewery, Sturbridge; free show; Scott Murawski acoustic; w/ Asia Murawski, Kimmie Marino & many other unknown guest kids; CD’s #’s 2648-2650
The Mark Mercier Project 11-7-04 I,II(end) First Church of Christ, Simsbury, CT; almost undoubtedly, the only performance by this group; w/ First Church of Simsbury Choir; #3523
The Mermen 12/31/98 Most Beach Chalet, S.F.; New Year’s Eve; CD’s #’s 1088-1090
Glenn Miller 10/6/39 All Carnegie Hall; headline act for the 25th Anniversary of ASCAP Program; The Carnegie Hall Concert CD; CD #1833
Steve Miller Band 11/24/73 Most Shady Grove, Washington; all of known performance, though probably not the full show; clone of CD1 of King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents the Steve Miller Band CD; CD #3344
Steve Miller Band 6/12/76 Most Beacon Theater, NYC; all of known performance, though probably not the full show; clone of CD2 of King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents the Steve Miller Band CD; CD #3408
Charles Mingus 8/22/72 All Castle Dale, Toulon FRANCE; 1972 Castle Dale Festival; CD #456
Mini Creek 4/13/96 All Municipal Café, Hartford; CD’s #’s 3186-3187
Joni Mitchell 10/12/67 All The Second Fret, Philadelphia; solo acoustic; CD #3364
Joni Mitchell 1/26/95 All Wells Fargo Theater, Museum of the American West, Autry National Center, L.A.; show billed “Reprise Music Show”; CD #3140
moe. 5/24/98 Set(most),E Calaveras County Fairgrounds Main Stage, Angel’s Camp CA; 1998 Mountain Aire Music Festival; w/ Jeff Sipe, Drew Emmitt, Vince Herman & Mark Vann of Leftover Salmon; Drew Emmitt’s Birthday; CD’s #’s 323-324
moe. 10/3/03 II(beg) The Orange Peel Social Aid & Pleasure Club, Asheville; CD #3911
moe. 2/10/05 I,II(most),E Roseland Ballroom; Tsunami Relief Benefit; w/ John Medeski, Sam Bush, Trey Anastasio, Jennifer Hartswick & Ray Paczkowski; CD’s #’s 2985-2987

Thelonious Monk

2/23/64 All Home of Radio France, Paris; CD’s #’s 2595-2596

Bill Monroe & the Bluegrass Boys

2/13/67 All University of WisconsinMadison; actual venue unknown; CD’s #’s 2204-2205

Alanis Morissette

6/29/96 Part Hyde Park; MasterCard Masters of Music Concert for the Prince’s Trust; CD #1933

Van Morrison

4/26/70 All Fillmore West; CD #1081

Van Morrison

4/14/95 All Cambridge (ENGLAND) Corn Exchange; CD’s #’s 2638-2639

Van Morrison

5/19/98 All San Jose Arena; cloned from bootleg CD “Burning Ground”; preceded Joni Mitchell as opening acts for Bob Dylan; CD #2786
Scott Murawski 1/19/01 All Harper’s Ferry, Allston MA; solo acoustic; w/ the Bruce Mandaro Band, Greg Vasso, Greg DeGuglielmo & Mark Mercier; opened for the Bruce Mandaro Band; CD #3324
Scott Murawski & Friends 4/20/01 I,II,E(most) The Living Room, Providence; Stormfield CD Release Party; w/ Mark Mercier, Tony Betancourt, Mark Banspach, Vykki Vox, Justin Kolak & Frank Messina; CD’s #’s 1401-1403

David Nelson & Friends

2/22/03 All KPFA Performance Studio, Oakland; live on-air performance during the 2003 KPFA Grateful Dead Marathon; w/ David Gans; CD’s #’s 2695-2696

David Nelson Band

5/6/95 I(part),II(part) The Eight by Ten, Baltimore; dubbed to cassette & then transferred to CD from Keeper of the Key CD; CD #3919
David Nelson Band 8/20/99 All Maritime Hall, S.F.; w/ Martin Fierro; CD’s #’s 2691-2692
David Nelson Band 6/7/00 All Last Concert Café, Houston; w/ Peter Rowan; CD’s #’s 913-915
David Nelson Band 6/8/00 All Mercury Lounge, Austin; w/ Peter Rowan & Billy Bright of the Too High String Band; CD’s #’s 922-923
David Nelson Band 2/11/01 All The Firehouse, Norman; CD’s #’s 3279-3281
David Nelson Band 7/21/01 I,II(most),E Mattole Grange Hall, Petrolia CA; Honeydew CA Volunteer Fire Department Benefit billed “The Roll on the Mattole”; w/ Joe Chirco, formerly of Zen Tricksters; CD’s #’s 3137-3139
Willie Nelson 9/25/75 Most Ebbets Field, Denver; all of known performance; CD #1045
Willie Nelson 9/3/93 Most Carlyle’s, Arroyo Grande CA; CD’s #’s 2633-2634
Willie Nelson 12/3/97 All La Zona Rosa, Austin; one song solo show (Funny How Time Slips Away) performed before the Willie & Haggard show stage was set up; CD #1724
Willie Nelson 3/8/00 Most Ryman Auditorium, Nashville; headliner for A Tribute to Townes Van Zandt; w/ 2 TBD guest & other unknown guest; CD’s #’s 3043-3044
Willie Nelson 4/27/00 Set(beg) Wilkes Community College, Wilkesboro NC; Day 1 of 4 day MerleFest 2000; actual stage unknown; CD #1719
Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard 12/3/97 Most La Zona Rosa, Austin; CD’s #’s 1725-1726
Neville Brothers 7/16/05 All New Haven Green; headliner for kickoff concert of the free City of Summer concerts & films on the New Haven Green; CD’s #’s 1823-1824
New Riders of the Purple Sage 11/11/71 All Madison Square Garden’s Felt Forum; opened for Grateful Dead; WREK-FM broadcast; CD #3349
New Riders of the Purple Sage 12/2/71 Most Boston Music Hall; opened for Grateful Dead; WBCN-FM broadcast; CD #849
New Riders of the Purple Sage 12/5/71 All Madison Square Garden’s Felt Forum; opened for Grateful Dead; CD’s #’s 2302-2303
New Riders of the Purple Sage 12/10/71 All Fox Theatre, St. Louis; opened for Grateful Dead; CD’s #’s 2469-2470
New Riders of the Purple Sage 4/13/72a All Manley Fieldhouse, Le Moyne College, Syracuse; CD #3136
New Riders of the Purple Sage 4/13/72b Set(most),E Manley Fieldhouse, Le Moyne College, Syracuse; CD #3610
New Riders of the Purple Sage 8/27/72 All Old Renaissance Faire Grounds’ Temple Meadow, Veneta OR; Springfield Creamery Benefit; Field Trip show; opened for Grateful Dead; Veneta, Oregon  August 27, 1972 CD; CD #2899
New Riders of the Purple Sage 12/31/72 Set,E(most) Winterland Arena; 2nd of 2 opening acts for Grateful Dead; CD’s #’s 2791-2792
New Riders of the Purple Sage 8/20/74 All Central Park Sheep Meadow; free show; w/ Commander Cody; CD’s #’s 2812-2813
New Riders of the Purple Sage 11/29/74 I,II(most),E Academy of Music, NYC; w/ Commander Cody; CD’s #’s 2589-2590
New Riders of the Purple Sage 6/25/76 Set(most) Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead; w/ Commander Cody; CD #2768
NRBQ 4/30/72 All Ardent Recording Studios, Memphis; specific studio unknown; live, in-studio performance before an audience; w/ Donnie Placco & Donn Adams; part of The Scraps Companion CD; CD #3703
NRBQ & the Whole Wheat Horns 12/9/82 Set(part),E1,E2 The Wax Museum, Washington; w/ John Sebastian; all of known performance; all of known performance; Live at the Wax Museum CD; CD #2939

October Faction

8/26/84 Most The Stone, S.F.; w/ Bill Stevenson; w/o Greg Cameron; live recording of first album; CD #1506
Offering 6/24/01 Most The Knitting Factory, NYC; CD’s #’s 2993-2994
Ominous Seapods 10/17/98 I,II(most),E Styleen’s Rhythm Palace, Syracuse; w/ Keller Williams; CD’s #’s 300-301
The Original Flipper Dave 6/1/01 All The Place, Torrington CT; w/ Jay Foster of The Fobes, Mike Sherman & Glen Talbot; CD’s #’s 1313-1315

Page & Plant

5/20/95 Set(part),E San Jose Arena; w/ The Egyptian Pharaohs; CD #3732

Mark Paradis Band

8/6/05 All Barrows Plantation, North Windham CT; band’s premiere performance; headliner for Day 1 of 2 day Swampfest III Festival; w/ Scott Guberman; CD’s #’s 3434-3435

Pearl Jam

8/22/98 All Molson Park, Barrie ON; CD’s #’s 463-464
Jeff  Pevar 2/8/02 II(most),E The Maple Tree Café, Simsbury CT; CD #3921
Jeff  Pevar 2/9/02 All The Maple Tree Café, Simsbury CT; w/ Tony Dioguardi; CD’s #’s 1704-1706
12/31/04 II,III,E Georgia Theatre, Athens; New Year’s Eve; w/ Damien Perry of Red Giant; CD’s #’s 3275-3278
12/31/04 All Georgia Theatre, Athens; w/ Damien Perry of Red Giant; CD’s #’s 3604-3606
12/1/84 Most Nectar’s, Burlington VT; first known taped Phish show; w/ The Dude of Life; CD’s #’s 2347-2348
Phish 8/26/89 I,II,III(most),E1,E2 West River Camperama, Townshend VT; cloned from clone of LivePhish 09 CD; CD’s #’s 2720-2722

Phish

3/1/90 I(most) Toad’s Place, New Haven; CD #2144
Phish 4/16/92 I(part),II(part),E Anaconda Theater, UCSB; CD’s #’s 1309-1310
7/8/94 I(most) Great Woods Amphitheater; Gamehendge; CD’s #’s 1289-1290
Phish 7/9/94 II(most),E Great Woods Amphitheater; CD’s #’s 139-140
Phish 10/31/94 I,II(most) Glens Falls Civic Center; Halloween; II is The Beatles’ “White Album”; 1st Musical Halloween Costume Show; CD’s #’s 3835-3836
Phish 8/14/97 All Darien Lake Amphitheatre, Darien Center; w/ Ken Kesey & seven of the Merry Pranksters; CD’s #’s 1093-1095
Phish 8/17/97 I,II(most),III,E(most) Loring Air Force Base, Limestone ME; 2nd day of the Great Went; CD’s #’s 1118-1121
Phish 12/31/97 I,II(most),III(most),E Madison Square Garden; New Year’s Eve; CD’s #’s 1166-1168
Phish 8/9/98 All Virginia Beach Amphitheatre; Grateful Dead’s Terrapin performed for the first time for the encore, on the 3rd anniversary of Jerry’s death; CD’s #’s 387-389
Phish 10/3/98 Most New World Music Theatre, Tinley Park IL; Farm Aid ’98; w/ Neil Young, Willie Nelson & Paul Schaffer; CD #1682
Phish 10/31/98 I(part),II(part) Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas; Halloween; II was the Velvet Underground’s “Loaded”; CD #191

Phish

11/2/98 II(most),E The E Center, West Valley City UT; includes Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon; CD’s #’s 907-908

Phish

11/27/98 II(most),E Worcester Centrum; CD’s #’s 1481-1482
Phish 11/29/98 All Worcester Centrum; w/ Seth Yacovone; CD’s #’s 1489-1491
Phish 9/14/00 I Darien Lake Amphitheatre, Darien Center; cloned from Live Phish 03 CD; CD #3254

Phish

1/2/03 All Hampton Coliseum; cloned from LivePhish Downloads 01/02/03; CD’s #’s 3204-3206

Phish

1/4/03 All Hampton Coliseum; cloned from LivePhish Downloads 01/04/03; CD’s #’s 2511-2513

Phish

2/18/03 All Pepsi Center, Denver; LivePhishDownloads 02.18.03; CD’s #’s 2556-2558

Phish

2/24/03 All Continental Airlines Arena; w/ B.B. King; LivePhishDownloads 02.24.03; CD’s #’s 2730-2732

Pink Floyd

4/29/70 I(most),II(most),E Fillmore West; CD’s #’s 34-35
Pink Floyd 9/30/71 All Radio Paris Theater, London; CD #2043
Pink Floyd 2/17/72 I(most),II(end) Rainbow Theatre, London; CD #1507
Pink Floyd 3/18/73 I(most),II(most),E Palace Theater, Waterbury CT; II is daark Side of the Moon; CD’s #’s 1459-1460
Pink Floyd 5/9/77 I(most),II(most),E1,

E2,E3

Oakland Coliseum; CD’s #’s 2247-2248
Pink Floyd 2/28/80 I,II(most) Nassau Coliseum; The Wall; CD’s #’s 1281-1282
Pink Floyd 6/17/81 I(most),II(most),E(most) Earls Court, London; The Wall; CD’s #’s 2892-2893
Pink Floyd 11/26/87 I(most),II(most),E(most) Los Angeles Sports Arena; Thanksgiving; CD’s #’s 674-675
Prince 8/18/88 All The Trojan Horse, The Hague; after show performance, though it’s doubtful that Prince was also on the bill for the regular show; CD’s #’s 2526-2527
The Radiators 10/30/88 I(most),II,E Aragon Ballroom, Minneapolis; private Halloween Party; CD’s #’s 1758-1760
The Radiators 1/28/89 II(most),E The Cabooze, Minneapolis; CD #1614
The Radiators 1/29/89 I(most),II,III(most),E Union Bar, Minneapolis; private acoustic birthday party for unknown guest of honor nicknamed  Cool; w/ Cool; show billed “Blind, Crippled & Crazy”; CD’s #’s 1635-1637
The Radiators 6/26/89 I,II,E(beg) Riverview Supper Club, Minneapolis; show billed “Screws Loose”; CD’s #’s 1694-1696
The Radiators 4/17/94 I(most),II,E The Terrace Club, Stamford CT; show billed “Deep in the Night”; CD’s #’s 1472-1474
The Radiators 10/20/94 I(end),II,E The Terrace Club, Stamford CT; show billed “Stone Blind”; CD’s #’s 1249-1250
The Radiators 4/6/97 I(most),II(most),E The Terrace Club, Stamford CT; show billed “Sons of Rain Dancers”; CD’s #’s 1188-1190
The Radiators 10/2/98

Set(most),E

Toad’s Place, New Haven; CD’s #’s 806-807

The Radiators

10/3/98 Set(most),E Harper’s Ferry, Allston MA; drummer Frank Bua’s Birthday; CD’s #’s 1879-1880

The Radiators

3/18/00 I,II Great American Music Hall, S.F.; CD’s #’s 2810-2811

Bonnie Raitt

2/22/72 Most Sigma Sound Studios’ Rainbow Room, Philadelphia; live in-studio performance; CD #2311
The Recipe 7/30/00 Most Indian Lookout Country Club Main Stage, Pattersonville NY; Day 3 of  3 of Camp Creek 2000; 2nd of 3 opening acts for Max Creek & 1st on the Main Stage; CD #1887
Lou Reed 12/21/72 Set(part),E Academy of Music, NYC; clone of Rock N Roll Animal CD; CD #3443
Lou Reed 12/26/72 All Ultrasonic Recording Studios Performance Studio, Hempstead; simulcast on WLIR-FM’s “Tuesday Night Concert” program; CD #882
Lou Reed 12/14/06 All St. Ann’s Warehouse, Brooklyn; world premiere of Berlin; possibly but unlikely to be the 12/15/06, 12/16/06 or 12/17/06 performance; w/ the Brooklyn Youth Chorus; CD #781
Lou Reed, John Cale & Nico 1/29/72 Set Club Stuff, Paris; only performance by this band; CD #2902
Reverend Tor Band 8/3/02

Part

La Cupola Ristorante’s Patio, Litchfield CT; Sue & Glen Nelson’s Wedding Reception; w/ Dennis Fancher, Julee Avallone, Kevin White, Brett Connors, Johnny Roper & Adam Larabee; though Reverend Tor Band did 3 sets in this performance, the specifics of which segments are included on this recording are not known; CD #2842
Reverend Tor Band 9/1/02

Set(most),E

Bucksteep Manor Gazebo Stage, Washington MA; Jamazon CD Release Party; w/ Scott Murawski & Mark Mercier; CD’s #’s 3461-3462
Reverend Tor Band 11/14/09 I,II(most) The Old Well Tavern, Simsbury CT; although the show was open to the public, it was booked for Jessica Vogelgesang’s 40th Birthday Party; w/o Scott Guberman; w/ Brett Connors, Glen Nelson, Pat Lefebvre & Mike Rau; CD’s #’s 1483-1484
Rolling Stones 12/18/81

Set(most),E(most)

Hampton Coliseum; Keith Richards’ 38th Birthday; CD’s #’s 62-63
Rolling Stones 12/12/97 Set(most),E TWA Dome, St. Louis; w/ Dave Matthews, Taj Mahal & Joshua Redmond; national PPV & FM broadcast; CD’s #’s 176-177
Rolling Stones 1/18/03 Set(most),E(part) Madison Square Garden; w/ Sheryl Crow; copied from Four Flicks DVD; CD’s #’s 2628-2629
Rolling Stones 7/11/03 Set(most),E Olympia Theater, Paris; copied from Four Flicks DVD; CD’s #’s 2635-2636
Rolling Stones 8/24/03 Set(most),E Twickenham Stadium, London; copied from Four Flicks DVD; CD’s #’s 2631-2632
Rowan Cunningham Band 4/2/11a All Scallywag’s Voodoo Lounge, NSB; private party; CD’s #’s 2120-2121
Peter Rowan & the Free Mexican Airforce 10/16/98 All Spirit of Suwannee Music Park Amphitheater,  Live Oak FL; MagnoliaFest 1998; CD’s #’s 3314-3315
Peter Rowan & Tony Rice 4/30/00 Set(most),E Hillside Stage, Wilkes Community College, Wilkesboro NC; Day 4 of 4 day MerleFest 2000; CD #1277
Peter Rowan & Tony Rice 8/3/02 All Lexington Opera House; CD #2555
Peter Rowan Texas Trio 6/8/00 All Mercury Lounge, Austin; w/ Billy Bright of the Too High String Band & Barry Sless of DNB; CD #912
Roxy Music 4/17/79 Set(most),E Rainbow Music Hall, Denver; cloned from clone of Concerto CD; CD #2452
Rusted Root 7/4/98 Most Saratoga Performing Arts Center; Independence Day; 1998 Furthur Festival; followed Hot Tuna as opening acts for The Other Ones; CD #237
Merl Saunders 2/6/98a All The Bottom Line Cabaret; Merl solo piano; opening act for Jazz Is Dead; CD #348
Merl Saunders & the Rainforest Band 4/11/96 I(most),II(most),E(most) Club Toast, Burlington; w/ Trey Anastasio; CD’s #’s 3003-3004

Pete Scheips Band

8/24/02 I(most),II Grove Beach Association, Hitchcock Lake, Wolcott CT; 2002 Annual Grove Beach Association Band Party; party at the neighborhood beach association to which we belong; w/ Brett Connors; CD’s #’s 1994-1995
Seldom Scene 3/31/73 All Lisner Auditorium, GWU; opened for Doc Watson; CD #3425
Shakedown 12/18/99 II(part) Arch Street Tavern, Hartford; CD #3439
Shakedown 8/12/06 II(part) Toad’s Place, New Haven; CD #2275
Shakedown 9/29/07 I,II(most) The Hungry Tiger Music Club & Café, Manchester CT; w/ Johnny “Chang” Panchak subbing for drummer Bobby Cewe; w/ Emmy Roberts; CD’s #’s 3586-3588
Shakedown 1/24/09 I(part),II(most) The Hungry Tiger Music Club & Café, Manchester CT; CD #2382
Shortness 5/11/07 I,II Billy Ray’s Café, Winsted CT; all of known performance; w/ Davey Gallo substituting for Jonathon Lichtig on drums; CD’s #’s 869-870
Shortness 11/23/07 I(most) Hoops-N-Hops Sports Bar, Simsbury CT; all of known performance; w/ Jay Bean & Steve Battistoni; CD #2483
Shortness 8/21/09 II The Old Well Tavern, Simsbury CT; w/ Heather St. Peter, Scott Allshouse & another unknown guest, possibly Mike Zapp; CD #3750
Shortness 11/14/09 All The Old Well Tavern, Simsbury CT; opened for Reverend Tor Band; although the show was open to the public, it was booked for Jessica Vogelgesang’s 40th Birthday Party; w/ Andy Crawford of Reverend Tor Band subbing for Jonathon Lichtig on drums; w/ Mike Rau, Pat Lefebvre, Johnny Roper & Tor Krautter; CD’s #’s 3765-3766
Shortness 2/20/10 I(most),II,III The Old Well Tavern, Simsbury CT; w/ Christopher Eddy, Jim Oblon & Scott Allhouse; CD’s #’s 3771-3772
Shortness 2/28/10 I,II(beg) Billy Ray’s Café, Winsted CT; all of known performance; CD #3783
Simon & Garfunkel 9/19/81 All Central Park; free show; CD #1697
Paul Simon 8/15/91 Set(most),E1,E2,E3 Central Park; free show; w/ Chevy Chase; CD’s #’s 1221-1222
Paul Simon 7/17/99 All Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre, Camden; w/ Bob Dylan; CD’s #’s 1114-1115
Paul Simon 9/8/99 Set(most),E(most) First American Music Center, Antioch TN; w/ Bob Dylan; CD’s #’s 1687-1688
Frank Sinatra 5/22/68 Set(most),E Oakland Coliseum; Hubert H. Humphrey Presidential Campaign Benefit; CD #1971
Patti Smith 1/30/76 All The Roxy Theatre, L.A.; CD #2937
Michael Sokolowski & Tim Reynolds 3/3/92 Part Alive Studios, Harrisburg; live, in-studio performance; Common Margins: Improvisations for Piano & Guitar CD; CD #91
Solar Circus 8/5/95 Most Wilmer’s Park, Brandywine MD; last day of 9th Annual Jerry Garcia Birthday Bash Festival; CD #1240
Soulive 4/21/01 All Scott Stadium, University of VA, Charlottesville; w/ Sam Kininger; first of two opening acts for Dave Matthews Band; CD #3903
The Soundtrack of Our Lives 11/24/02 All Richard’s on Richards, Vancouver; w/ Randy Bachman; CD #3403
Spaghetti Cake 6/21/06 Set(most) Veterans’ Memorial Park, Watertown CT; Summer Solstice; free show; clone of Ready for Summer DVD Exclusive Limited Edition Bonus Collectable Live CD; CD #3455
Spaghetti Cake 8/23/06 All Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts, Westport CT;  w/ unknown audience members; CD #1802
Spaghetti Cake 9/2/06 All Snow Ridge Ski Area’s 2nd Stage, Turin NY; Day 2 of 3 of moe.down 7; one of many opening acts for moe.; CD #1392
Spaghetti Cake 9/17/06 All Camp Kee-wanee Family & Quiet Camping Stage, Greenfield MA;  w/o Mike Tierney & Dennis Fancher; Day 2 of 2 day Wormtown Music Festival’s Garden of Eden – 2006; 1st of 10 supporting acts for headliner, Strangefolk; set dedicated to Rob Fried who died on 9/8/06; CD #3550
Spaghetti Cake 7/15/07 All Guilford CT Green; w/ unknown audience members; Learn to Swim Live in Guilford, CT 7.15.07 CD; CD #2427
Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band 12/15/78 I,II,E1,E2,E3(most) Winterland Arena; CD’s #’s 2877-2879
Ringo Starr & His All Star Band 6/13/92 Part Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux FRANCE; actual venue unknown; Live from Montreux CD; CD #1825
Steely Dan 3/20/74 Most The Record Plant, Sausalito; CD #376
String Band Trio 6/7/09 Set(part),E SpinStock Family Reunion 2009, Wolcott CT; final day of 3-day festival; one of many openers for presumed headliner Wave Ryders; acoustic; w/ Dave Frankel of Shakedown, and festival sponsor Spinray; CD #3746
String Cheese Incident 2/24/98 I,II(most),III(most),E Sheridan Opera House, Telluride; Mardi Gras; Bill Nershi’s Birthday; w/ Paul McCandless; CD’s #’s 15-17
String Cheese Incident 6/18/99 All Telluride Town Park Main Stage; 1999 Telluride Bluegrass Festival; w/ Bela Fleck, Jeff Coffin, Tim O’Brien & Jerry Douglas; CD’s #’s 695-696
String Cheese Incident 8/6/00 All Big Boulder Ski Area, Lake Harmony, Pocono Mountains PA; Gathering on the Mountain 2000; w/ Merl; CD’s #’s 928-929
String Cheese Incident 2/17/01 All Fillmore Auditorium; w/ Sam Clayton, Fred Tackett, Paul Berrere, Bill Payne & Shaun Murphy; CD’s #’s 2793-2795
String Cheese Incident 3/8/01 All Warfield Theatre; w/ Steve Kimock; CD’s #’s 2291-2293
String Cheese Incident 4/19/02 I,II(end),E Boutwell Auditorium, Birmingham; On The Road Birmingham, AL 04-19-02 CD; CD’s #’s 3914-3915
String Cheese Incident 11/1/02 All Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino Conference Center Pavilion Ballroom,  Las Vegas; On The Road Las Vegas, NV 11-01-02 CD; CD’s #’s 3916-3918
Sun Ra 7/17/78 Most Blank Tapes Studio, NYC; most of known live, in-studio performance; copied from Lanquidity LP; CD #3352
Sun Ra & His Arkestra 6/25/87 Most Caravan of Dreams Performing Arts Center & Desert Dome, Fort Worth; CD #1208
Talking Heads 3/15/79 All Agora Theater, Cleveland; cloned from bootleg LP Electricity; CD #3954
Talking Heads 8/3/83 I,II(beg) Saratoga Performing Arts Center; CD #2888
Burt Teague’s Guitar Gathering 2/22/01 I,II(most) Double Down Grille, Avon CT; CD’s #’s 1125-1126
Television 3/20/78 Set(most),E(most) My Father’s Place, Roslyn NY; clone of The Blow Up bootleg CD; CD’s #’s 3473-3474
Richard Thompson 5/15/96 Set(most),E Royal Albert Hall; CD’s #’s 2130-2131
Pete Townshend 4/30/96 Set(part),E(most) Fillmore Auditorium; CD #1657

Peter Tosh

4/22/78 Most National Stadium, Kingston; One Love Peace Concert; Live at the One Love Peace Concert CD; CD #2594

Traffic

11/23/70 All Fillmore East, N.Y.C.; CD #1002

Traffic

2/21/72 All Santa Monica Civic Center; CD #2601

Traffic

7/16/94 All RFK Stadium; opened for Grateful Dead; CD #2955
Lou Vanasse 8/24/02 Most Grove Beach Association, Hitchcock Lake, Wolcott CT; 2002 Annual Grove Beach Association Band Party; party at the neighborhood beach association to which we belong; Lou was the 2002 Beach Association President; w/ Steve Battistoni; CD #1993
Bunny Wailer & the Solomonic Reggaestra 6/30/00 All Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison; opened for String Cheese Incident; CD’s #’s 2575-2576
The Wailers 5/24/73 All Paris Theatre, London; CD #1427

The Wailers

10/31/73 Most The Record Plant, Sausalito; Halloween; CD #1262

Roger Waters

7/21/90 I(most),II(beg-most) Potzdamer Platz, The Berlin Wall, GERMANY; The Wall; w/ the Scorpions, Ute Lemper, Garth Hudson, Cyndi Lauper, Thomas Dolby, Sinead O’Connor, Rick Danko, Levon Helm, Joni Mitchell, James Galway, Bryan Adams, Jerry Hall, Paul Carrack, the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir, the Military Orchestra of the Soviet Union & Van Morrison; CD #2226

Roger Waters

7/24/99 I(most),II(most),E1,E2 Rosemont Theater, Rosemont IL; CD’s #’s 1930-1932

Roger Waters

8/8/99 All Oakdale Theatre, Wallingford CT; CD’s #’s 2640-2641

Rich Whiteley Band

5/5/02 All Skipper’s Smokehouse, Tampa; Cinco de Mayo; Cinco de Mayo Bash for Hannah’s Buddies 2002; almost undoubtedly headlined the show; CD #1323

The Who

4/6/68 Most Fillmore East; CD #3168

The Who

2/14/70 All Leeds University Refectory, Leeds ENGLAND; St. Valentine’s Day; includes a performance of Tommy; CD’s #’s 2517-2518

The Who

3/28/81 Set(most),E Gruga Hall, Essen WEST GERMANY; opening act for the Grateful Dead; CD’s #’s 2837-2838

The Who

6/27/89 Set(most),E(beg) Radio City Music Hall; Set is Tommy; CD #2922
The Who 6/2/96 Set(part) Hyde Park; MasterCard Masters of Music Concert for the Prince’s Trust; Quadrophenia; w/ David Gilmore, Zak Starkey and Gary Glitter; CD #1935

The Who

7/18/96 Set(most),E Madison Square Garden; Quadrophenia; w/ Phil Daniels, Billy Idol & Gary Glitter; CD’s #’s 2446-2447

The Who

11/12/99 All House of Blues, Marina City, Chicago; Maryville Academy Benefit; CD’s #’s 2718-2719
Widespread Panic 9/24/97 I(most) House of Blues, Walt Disney World’s West Side, Orlando; CD #614
Keller Williams 8/13/05

All

Indian Lookout Country Club Main Stage, Pattersonville NY; Day 2 of  3 of Gathering of the Vibes X; 1 of 9 warm-up acts for headliner Dark Star Orchestra; #’s 3620-3621
Stevie Wonder 7/14/73 Most Rainbow Room, NYC; all of known performance; CD #3220
Yes 11/27/96 All Tower Records, L.A.; CD #821
Yonder Mountain String Band 11/2/00 All McNear’s Mystic Theatre & Music Hall, Petaluma; w/ David Grisman; CD’s #’s 3000-3002

Neil Young

2/25/70 I,II(beg) Cincinnati Music Hall’s Springer Auditorium; I is solo acoustic; backed by Crazy Horse for II; CD #3330

Neil Young

5/16/74 All The Bottom Line Cabaret, NYC; solo acoustic; special, unannounced to anyone including the club, add-on  performance after the conclusion of Ry Cooder’s set which Neil Young attended; CD #2733
Neil Young 3/23/75 All Kezar Stadium; San Francisco Students Need Athletics Culture & Kicks (S.F. SNACK) Benefit; backed by Rick Danko, Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, Bob Dylan, Ben Keith & Tim Drummond; CD #71

Neil Young

3/5/76 I,II Osaka Festival Hall; I is solo acoustic; backed by Crazy Horse for II; CD #2787

Neil Young

11/22/76a I,II(most),E Boston Music Hall; I is solo & mainly acoustic; backed by Crazy Horse for II&E; CD’s #’s 1446-1447

Neil Young

11/22/76b All Boston Music Hall; I is solo acoustic; backed by Crazy Horse for II&E; CD’s #’s 1448-1449
Neil Young 10/1/95 Set(most)

Cardinal Stadium, St. Louis; solo; Farm Aid 8; w/ Willie Nelson & Mickey Rafael; CD #1681

Neil Young 5/18/02 Set,E(most) Neuerburg Racetrack, Neuerburg GERMANY; MTV’s Rock in the Racetrack Festival 2002; backed by Poncho & the MG’s; w/ Larry Cragg; CD’s #’s 2857-2858
Neil Young 4/29/03 II,E Congress Centrum Hamburg; solo acoustic; CD #3458
Neil Young & Crazy Horse 6/13/03 All McAllister Farm What Stage, Manchester TN; headliner for Day 1 of 3 day 2003 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Fair; CD’s #’s 3334-3335
Neil Young & Crazy Horse 6/14/03 All Germain Amphitheatre, Columbus; Set is Greendale; CD’s #’s 2883-2884
Neil Young & the International Harvesters 9/27/84 Set(most),E1(part) World’s Fair International Amphitheater, N.O.; #3013

Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention

10/31/72b Set(most) Capitol Theatre, Passaic; Halloween; CD’s #’s 1226
Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention 9/22/74 All Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki FINLAND; You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore Vol. 2 CD; although the CD liner notes state that the actual venue is unknown, it’s been verified that the concert was held at the Kulttuuritalo; CD’s #’s 1897-1898

Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention

10/23/75 Set(most),E Boston Music Hall; CD’s #’s 3059-3060

Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention

10/29/75a Most Palace Theater, Waterbury CT; w/ Kelly Ruckner; CD #1187

Frank Zappa

8/26/84 Set(part),E(part) The Pier Theater, NYC; copied from Does Humor Belong in Music? DVD; CD #1023

Frank Zappa

2/12/88 II(most),E1 Tower Theater, Upper Darby PA; CD #436
Frank Zappa 3/4/88 I(most),II Chicago Auditorium Theatre; CD’s #’s 1826-1827
Frank Zappa 3/23/88 I(most),II(most),E1 Towson Center Arena, Towson State University, Towson MD; CD’s #’s 53-54

Zen Tricksters

6/26/98 I,II(beg) Crystal Ballroom, Portland OR; CD’s #’s 581-582

Zen Tricksters

8/13/05

All

Indian Lookout Country Club Main Stage, Pattersonville NY; Day 2 of  3 of Gathering of the Vibes X; performed between Dark Star Orchestra’s two sets, and the two bands’ performances were billed as “A 10 Year Tribute to Jerry Garcia & the Grateful Dead”; w/ Rob Barraco, Martín Fierro, Tom Constanten & James “Fuzz” San Giovanni; CD #1245

Zero

10/25/92 I(most),II(most) Woodmen of the World (WOW) Hall, Eugene; CD’s #’s 2277-2279

Zero

2/17/95 I(most) Ballard Firehouse, Seattle; CD #2545

Zero

6/2/00 I(most),II(most) Broadway Studios, S.F.; actual studio unknown; live, in-studio performance; private party for Andy Gadiel & Jon Pofsky of JamBase.com & their friend Mikey Nissen’s birthdays; CD’s #’s 2964-2966

 

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A Brief History of Sound Film

As part of the instruction materials teach Alan Crosland’s The Jazz Singer at The HUB on Canal, New Smyrna Beach yesterday 1/17/18, I created a timeline of sound film. This Brief History of Sound Film was far more difficult to prepare than I anticipated, leading me to the conclusion that this is, in fact, the only such timeline of its kind ever created (i.e., thorough & exhaustive, and in summary form), mandating its publication ASAP. This Blog, being the most expedient resource for such publication, was chosen. 

 

5/1/1893: Thomas Edison & William Dickson’s Kinetoscope presented at the  

                 1893 Chicago World’s Fair (officially, World’s Columbian Exposition), 

                 in which they exhibit Edison Laboratories’ motion picture invention 

                 in conjunction with unrelated sound from a cylinder phonograph to 

                 create the first non-synchronous sound film 

9/XX/1894 (per IMDb): The Dickson Experimental Sound Film is made, again 

                                       using the Kinetoscope and a cylinder phonograph but, 

                                       for this film of a man playing violin, the sound track is of 

                                       his performance

4/14/1900: Sound inventor Henri Lioretoptical inventor Léon Gaumont & 

                  photographer/director/producer/screenwriter Clement-Maurice 

                  Gratioulet’s Phono-Cinema-Theater Pavilion opens at the 1900 Paris 

                  World’s Fair (officially World Exhibition of 1900) in which more than 

                  30 films with wax cylinder sound recordings are shown

8/11/1906: France’s Eugene Augustin LaustAustralia’s Robert R. Haines & 

                  Britain’s John S. Pletts apply for a British patent for their sound-on-

                  film invention, receiving British Patent No. 18057 the following year

                  enabling Laust to create the original sound-on-film short which he 

                  exhibiting for the first time in America in 1911

8/6/26: The first feature film with sound, Alan Crosland’s Don Juan, opens in 

             New York City

10/6/27: Alan Crosland’s mostly silent The Jazz Singer, the first feature film 

              with synchronized sound, premieres in New York City

5/11/27: John S. Robertson’s Annie Laurie, the first animated short film with 

              sound is released

1/6/28: The first all-talkie, Bryan Foy’s The Lights of New York, opens

10/10/28: Arch Heath’s Melody of Love, the first sound-on-film feature, is 

                 released

9/16/31: The first animated feature film with sound, Quirino Cristiani’s 

               Peludópolis, opens in Argentina

12/XX/33: Alan Blumlein’s Walking and Talking test film, recorded in the EMI 

                 (Electric and Musical Industries) Auditorium, Hayes ENGLAND, is the 

                 first use of stereo sound on film

11/13/40: Disney’s Fantasia is the first movie recorded in surround sound

                called Fantasound, Disney-owned & installed in just 14 theaters/cities 

                in the US

9/30/52Merian C. Copper’s documentary This Is Cinerama premieres in New 

              York City and is the first feature-length motion picture released in 

              Stereo

4/9/53: Andre de Toth’s House of Wax, released in 3D, becomes the first stereo 

             feature film

6/14/90Warren Beatty’s Dick Tracy is the first digital audio feature film 

 

7/26/15: Gremlins

Gremlins Poster

[Drawl] “Friends, let me introduce myself. Paulie’s the name. Turned 58 on Wednesday 7/26. [Await audience’s ‘Happy birthday’] That’s more than ½ a-100. I’m an actor with a story to tell ya. It all started 21 years earlier, on 7/26/95, when I got myself a present: A pet for my kids. A green iguana. Species Iguana iguana…I guess.”  Little fellar name-a Garfield. Put’m in a 10 gallon tank with a wire lid on the parlor floor.  ‘Week later it “vanished in the air.” Week after that I decided to replace’m. Went to work that day. A Wednesday. 8/9/95. “The day…the Jerry…DIED”. 2. Jerry's Dead Had no idea about the impending “disturbance in The Force.” Left work when I felt it, but the kids come first so I went to  No automatic alt text available. in Simsbury CT & got me a new baby green iguana. Female. Pig-Pig’s’r name. This big with tail . [Gravelly] “‘Look Paulie, there are some rules that you’ve got to follow.’, Steve Emmons says. ‘1st of all, give her lotsa light. She needs hot light. Too little heat & light will kill her.  2nd: Give’r plenta water to drink. Lizard But the most important rule, the rule you can never forget: She’s a vegetarian so never feed’r meat, especially after midnight. It’ll make her mean!’  So I bring Pig-Pig home & put’r in the tank. It cheers the kids up some. They were upset cuz they knew Ah’d be depressed cuz The Captain abanded the Trips.  Refused to listen to music. Watched CNN. Listened to some drones talk about Jerry’s Gremlins. The fellers stopped over & we bought a couple mushroom pizzas & drank beer for Jer.  When they left, I gave Pig-Pig some water & tamaters.  Feel asleep onda sofer. Woke up in the middle of the night. Light was still on. Food was gone. Still had some crickets left from when I bought Garfield so I figured, whaduz Steve know anyhow? Sounds like he swallered a rasp. Threw one in, turned off the light & went to bed.  Next day I got up & Garfield was staring at the tank wantin’ to get in. Emaciated. Looked like shit took a shit on’m! Cricket was gone! Cindy says, “‘Did you feed her after midnight?’ ‘I gave’r a cricket.’” Garfield died that night. We celebrated Pig-Pig’s birthday On 8/9/16. Lizard She died about double the normal in-house lifespan. on “Well, that’s the story. So if your iguana disappears for a week, before you go buy another one, turn on all the lights, check all the closets & cupboards, look under all the beds, ’cause you never can tell: It just might be in your house. OR…maybe they multiply if you feed ‘em crickets after midnight!”

[Normal voice] Gremlins, right? I’m supposed to talk to you guys about  Joe Dante’s Gremlins: A Christmas horror comedy released in the summer. It’s told retrospectively ala film noir by Rand Peltzer (Hoyt Axton)  who goes to Chinatown looking for a unique Christmas present for his son Billy (Zach Galligan)  & buys him a Mogwai (Cantonese for Gremlin) for $200 from a merchant’s grandson (John Louie) behind his odd Grandfather’s back (Keye Luke), who doesn’t think Rand will follow the rules of the Mogwai: Keep him out of the light, away from water & never feed him after midnight. Billy loves his new pet Gizmo (voiced by Lizard Howie Mandel) & so does his squeeze Kate (Phoebe Cates).

Gremlins won 5 Saturn Awards including Best Supporting Actress (Polly Holliday as the Scrooge-like Mrs. Deagle).  Released as PG, the mild violence in it & its exactly one month predecessor,  Steven Spielberg’s LizardIndiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Poster, are credited with the Motion Picture Association of America’s (MPAA) creation of the PG-13 rating. The MPAA felt the violence on Steven’s Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (released on 5/8/84) and Gremlins (released on 6/8/84), on which he was an EP (Executive Producer) and Presenter, was too extreme for PG but didn’t warrant an R. Spielberg is 1 of 3 Gremlins’ EP’s. The EP provides and/or secures a film’s financing, initiates its development & hires the Producers, who in turn hire & manage the Director & budget. [Drawl] Seems like ev’ry Hollywood project these days includes Spielberg as a Director, Producer or EP. He’s Director on The Post, to be released on 12/22/17, and 3 more active or announced movies; Producer or EP on 2 announced TV series, a mini-series & 13 announced or active features. Now for a late birthday present to m’self…I’m giving y’all identical summer Halloween presents…of My Blog of Steven Spielberg presents…Joe Dante’s Gremlins .

Tombstone

Tombstone

[Video] [JPGs] [Narrator] “2007: The S&P is falling & the resulting economic crisis The Great Recession. Banks, real estate developers & insurance companies’ stocks are plummeting. People are losing their jobs – becoming killers & thieves to seek their fortune. Thugs turn neighborhood bars into armed camps, with robbery & murder rates higher than those in New York or Los Angeles today. Out of this chaos comes extensive funding for lawmen. Those who’d previously retired their badges & guns to start a peaceful life with family, preparing to live out their lives as southern gentlemen reconsider as silver is discovered in order to serve & protect America. People turn to alcohol & black market opiates like Delaudid to ease their pain. And once again, there’s money to be made through organized crime in America. Attracted to this atmosphere of greed, membership in ruthless biker gangs, recognized by the custom-decorated motorcycle jackets (or colors) they wear…skyrockets. 2 Greater Waterbury gangs fight for control of Naugatuck. They call themselves The Hell’s Angels…and The Outlaws. The Outlaws control the Borough’s Union Street Station Café: Clayton Reynolds, Proprietor, where Cindy & I go for pre-movie Happy Hour on Tuesdays. Now if it appears my hypocrisy knows no bounds, that I claim to be a hippie but prefer The Outlaws, the anti-Christ, Faust or the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, know this: I’m not a hypocrite; I just like to sound like one. Or if I am, my hypocrisy goes only so far. The Outlaws did not come out until after sundown, as we found out one enchanted moment when our film started late. [Brit] ‘Interesting little scene, my dear. Set your gaze upon him: The quintessential biker type. He’s got the look of both predator & prey.’, I told her. On 8/9/07, The Outlaw Michael [ZAD-stad] Sjaadstad murdered 35 year old Eric Anderson in the Café’s parking lot for wearing a Hell’s Angels t-shirt in the bar that night. Left his body laying dead in the creek beside it, face in the water, as if to say ‘Take a good look at him. ‘Cause that’s how you’re gonna end up if you wear those colors in here!’ 8 years later, The Outlaws & their gang control over the Café was broken forever. Clayton died of a heart attack on 2/20/15. Among the mourners at his wake were Outlaws and Hell’s Angels. They wept.”

 

Gang rivalries have been around for man’s entire history; some times are worse than others; like in the Old West, especially in the infamous AZ silver mining town of George P. Cosmatos’ Tombstone, where Wyatt, Virgil & Morgan Earp, and Doc Holliday’s (Kurt Russell, Sam Elliott, Bill Paxton & Val Kilmer) famous gunfight with Ike & Billy Clanton and Tom & Frank McLaury (Stephen Lang, Thomas Haden Church, John Philbin & Robert Burke) at the O.K. Corral on Allen St. at 3 pm on 10/26/1881. The true gunfight was 6 buildings behind the Corral on Fremont St. The film won Val Kilmer MTV’s Best Male Performance and Most Desirable Male Movie Awards. For that latter, I award MTV this Oscar for Grossest Movie Award Ever Given.

 

The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral has long been a favorite topic of moviemakers. There have been 7 other features about it, including John Sturges’ most famous Gunfight at the O.K. Corral from 1957, adapted by Leon Uris and starring Burt Lancaster & Kirk Douglas, which was nominated for Best Film Editing and Sound Recording at the 30th Academy Awards, the only film about the shootout to receive an Oscar nomination. The 1st was 1932’s Law and Order written by John Huston & starring his father Walter; the most recent, Wyatt Earp in ’94 with Kevin Costner in the title role; a role for which Val Kilmer was MTV Movies’ Most Desirable Male a year earlier in George P. Cosmatos’ Tombstone.
Post-Film Discussion Notes

 

Costume & Props: Thumb Drive; Mini-Oscar for Grossest Movie Award Ever

 

Why is there a huge sunsetting panoramic scene as Doc leaves Tucson? It’s reminiscent of Gone With the Wind, and perhaps reminder that this too is a civilization Gone With the Wind.

 

In the Bird Cage, an actual theatre/saloon/gambling hall/brothel which anachronistically opened on 12/26/1881, exactly 2 months after the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, vignettes of Henry V and Faust are performed. Why? Henry V centers around The Battle of Agincourt in the Hundred Years War, a foreshadowing & symbol of the battle to come. In the Battle, outnumbered England is victorious over France. And Faust sells his soul to the devil to live forever, which, symbolically, the impending gunfight will facilitate for the combatants.

 

On 2 different occasions, Johnny Ringo (Michael [Bean] Biehn, who plays Reese in The Terminator) challenges Wyatt to a shootout: The first time, Wyatt walks into the Oriental the day after the gunfight at the O.K. Corral (10/27/1881); the second, he awaits his arrival at the big oak when Ringo is killed (7/13/1882). Both times, Doc Holliday says “I’m your huckleberry.”. Why? Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Tom Sawyer was published in 1876, 5 years before the O.K. Corral & 6 before Ringo’s death (officially suicide, which is why Doc tells Wyatt “Poor soul, he was so high-strung. Afraid the strain was more than he could bear.”). Adventures of Huckleberry Finn would not be published in the USA until February 1885, 3 years after Ringo’s death. Huck was Tom’s sidekick. And Doc is saying to Ringo, he’s not available. You’ll have to settle for his sidekick; his right hand man. Ringo is surprised & afraid at the oak because supposedly Doc is a more skilled pistoleer.

 

Why does Cosmatos show a building ablaze as the Earp’s & Holliday head to the O.K. Corral? In real life, fires were commonplace in Tombstone at the time, and the O.K. Corral burnt to the ground on 5/25/1882. Only the sign that hung suspended from 2 poles remained. Symbolically, what’s about to happen is, as the Mexican man predicted when he quoted Revelations “Behold a pale horse. And the one that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him.” And then, after Wyatt shoots Stillwell (Tomas Arana) at the Tucson Train Station, he says to Ike “…I’m [Death] comin’; and Hell’s comin’ with me….”

 

Do you remember what Wyatt does when Morgan dies? He looks at his blood-covered hands.

Why? Because he feels that it is his fault; that he has Morgan’s blood on his hands.

Nonetheless, he takes revenge with his deputized posse of Holliday, Sherman McMaster (Michael Rooker), Turkey Creek Johnson (Buck Taylor), and Texas Jack Vermillion (Peter Sherayko), along with 2 others Charlie Smith & Tip Tipton in real life, in the legendary Earp Vendetta Ride. Why? Because both history & Cosmatos want us to realize that neither Earp nor Holliday nor any of these people, be they Cowboys or lawmen, were good guys. The cops, so to speak, were criminals as well.

Why does Behan align himself w/ the Cowboys? To make the point well in advance of the Earps & Holliday’s merciless vengeance, that lawmen in the Old West were corrupt & themselves not at all law-abiding

Do you think Cosmatos wants us to think the end justifies the means? Sort of. But the posse is definitely portrayed as ruthless murderers. Only at the very end, when they let Ike Clanton go after he discards his red sash, do they show any mercy at all.

Why is Ike portrayed as a coward? In the real gunfight, he ran away claiming to be unarmed. Speculation abounds that the Earps & Doc went to the gunfight looking to kill them; that they Cowboys were heading out of town. So he could have been unarmed in reality, although this is unlikely in Tombstone in 1881 regardless of the ordinance that Virgil posted. He probably was not a coward but was just truly afraid of the Wyatt & Doc whose reputations preceded them everywhere they went. So, to me, this is why he is portrayed as such: To demonstrate how feared the duo was. The Vendetta let him go and he was gunned down by Det. Jonas Brighton on 6/1/1887 in Eagle Creek AZ when he wouldn’t surrender to charges of cattle-rustling, not in a robbery attempt as Narrator Robert Mitchum says in the Epilogue. His brother Phineas surrendered, further evidence that Ike’s portrayal as a coward was symbolism.

 

What are the major themes of the film? Brotherhood; Abusive Gangs (Law Breakers and Lawmen); Revenge; Drug Addiction; True Love; Bravery & Sacrifice

 

Trivia

  • Budget $25M; box office $56.5M; US rentals $26M; filmed 5/17/93 – 8/28/93; released 12/25/93
  • Original director & writer Kevin Jarre was fired early in filming for unwillingness to abbreviate his screenplay. He directed only the scenes w/ Charlton Heston (Henry Hooker). Kurt Russell claims to have directed most of the film thereafter & that Cosmatos was there mainly to unsure the rest of the production & post-production ran smoothly. Whether that claim is apocryphal is debatable, and hence I refer to the film & scenes as Cosmatos’.
  • The film is dedicated to Birgitta C. This is George P. COsmatos’ wife, who died of cancer on 7/7/97 at 47. George died of lung cancer at 64 on 4/19/05.
  • Hooker did provide refuge for Earp & his posse during the Earp Vendetta Ride
  • The character Mr. Fabian (Billy Zane) is made up & Josie was never held up on a stagecoach
  • The Gilbert & Sullivan play that Josie’s in in Denver (which never happened, though the troupe did perform it in Tombstone when Wyatt first got into town) was H.M.S. Pinafore, about romantic love that breaks socioeconomic classes. In that obligatory scene, Josie tells Wyatt that she’s wealthy & the play symbolizes their relationship. Earp, however, was not poor.
  • Billy Claiborne is played by Wyatt Earp’s distant cousin Wyatt Earp
  • Doc plays one of Chopin’s Nocturnes in the Oriental. This is significant because it’s thought that Frédéric Chopin also died of TB. He was well under 100 lbs when he died.
  • Note that, in both of the 2 filmed close-up deaths, Morgan & Doc’s, the characters expel their last breaths slowly & audibly, as if their souls are leaving their bodies

12/28/14: The Wizard of Oz (1939)

The Wizard of Oz Poster

“[As Oz] I am Paulie, The Great & Powerful Wizard of Flicks! Wiz                                                                                           Who dares…? Red curtainUm…Wizard of Flicks!! PauliePay no attention to that man behind the curtain. [Normal voice] Er…um…On 9/17/99, Hurricane Pink Floyd PFarrived at our house in Wolcott CT in all its psychedelic fury. I was working from home & was in a meeting with my boss, Val, looking out the back window as it arrived. [Drawl] “‘Unusual weather we’re having, ain’t it? There’s a storm blowin’ up, Val – a whopper, to speak in the vernacular of the peasantry. It’s a hurrican’! It’s a hurrican’!’ [Singing] The wind began to switch/The house, to pitch/And suddenly the hinges/Started to unhitch/Just then, an oak/And this is not a joke/Came crashing down on the picnic table/THIS is not a fable! [Boy] ‘Weren’t you frightened?’, [Normal] you might ask. Frightened? You’re talking to a man who’s laughed in the face of death, sneered at doom & chuckled at catastrophe. I was petrified!” I gave up on sandbaggin’ after 10 hours. Sandbag                                                        By the next morning, the 18” of rain overflowed the stream in the woods all the way to the foundation, flooding our basement & burning out the sump pump’s motor. “I took our dog out to pee & saw the devastation. ‘Stimpy, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Wolcott any more.’ Our garden pond was the backyard & one of the goldfish swam by. ‘Now I know we’re not in Wolcott! There must be a place where there isn’t any trouble. Do you suppose there is such a place, Stimpy? There must be. Beyond the rain…somewhere over the rainbow maybe. But that’s not what’s worrying me. It’s how to catch the fish. Pond                               These things must be done delicately.’ Then our black comet, Scarecrow, went speeding by. Comet ‘Now which way did he go? That way? Or that way? Of course, some fishies do go both ways. I even hear some people do these days’ Well, Scarecrow was the only one that got away. Scarecrow, of all the fish that have died in the 25 years I’ve had them, I think I’ll miss you most of all. When the waters receded, I realized I was over the rainbow. There’s no place like home!Home

Just ask Dorothy, 16 year old Judy Garland                                                                           who wore a tight corset to portray the young teen heroine of Victor Fleming’s                                                                 The Wizard of Oz. The picture is beautifully shot in brown & white when Dorothy’s in KS, and in color when she & her dog Toto get carried away to Oz by a terrifying twister, where she meets: The Munchins; Glinda, the Good Witch of the North (Billie Burke); The Wicked Witch of the West (Margaret Hamilton, who was so frightening to the children of the era that many of her scenes were cut or shortened); The Scarecrow (Ray Bolger); The Tin Man (Jack Haley); The Cowardly Lion (Bert Lahr); and finally The Wizard of Oz (Frank Morgan) who she seeks out to help her get back home to see Auntie Em (Clara Blandick). 

It won 2 Oscars in 1940 at the 12th Academy Awards: Best Song for Over the Rainbow (Harold Arlen, music, and E.Y Harburg, lyrics)E.Y. , which was almost cut in order to shorten the 1st KS segment; and Original Score (Herbert Stothart). It was nominated for Best Picture, Art Direction, Color Cinematography, and Special Effects (which amazingly went to The Rains Came). Fleming had a pretty good year in ‘39. He also directed Best Picture and Director Winner Gone with the Wind. 1939 is widely regarded as the greatest year in film history. It also included: Stagecoach; Mr. Smith Goes to Washington; Of Mice & Men; Dark Victory; Wuthering Heights; Gunga Din; Love Affair; The Hunchback of Notre Dame; Goodbye Mr. Chips; Young Mr. Lincoln; and Victor Fleming’s The Wizard of Oz! “O-Ee-Yah! Eoh-Ah! O-Ee-Yah! Eoh-Ah!”

Addendum                                                                                                                                 L. Frank Baum’s more violent 1900 novel thought of as metaphor for shift from the Silver Standard to the Gold Standard. Dorothy’s slippers were silver, the standard at that time. It’s my theory that the film version is a metaphor for the changing time as Hitler rose to power: Dorothy the common American; Wicked Witch of the West is Hitler with her Blitzkrieg Flying Monkeys; Scarecrow the unappreciated farmer; Tin Man the underused Depression-era factory worker; Lion the too-frightened-to-address-Hitler Congress; Yellow Brick Road, a false path leading to “the only thing you have to fear is fear itself” Oz/FDR, a good man but phony leader of the land; Munchkins the hidden little people working behind the scenes to keep things going; Glinda is the ideal, righteous & courageous, who stands up to Hitler. For example, when the Scarecrow says, “Some people without brains do an awful lot of talking, don’t they?”, Fleming, through the screenplay writers (Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson & Edgar Allan Woolf) is suggesting that the time to talk is over & the time for FDR to act & join the Allied Forces in WWII is NOW. Comments?

9/2/14: Scarface (1983)

Do any of you know who my favorite musician is? [As Tony Montana] “Say hello to my lil friend! Scar - Tony Most musicians don’t have the guts to be who they wanna be…play what they wanna play.” Then there’s Jerry. Scar - Wall But there’s so few of them guys that there’s only one. [Brooklynite] “So that’s why I like music, you know. But the guys in the movie business are the guys who fly straight. Okay, here’s the story. I come from the guttah. I know that. But I got an education & that’s okay. And I know the street & I’m making all the right connections. I got the right woman, Xmas - Cindy so there’s no stopping me. If I wanted to, I coulda gone straight to the top. But me: I always tell the truth; even when I lie. My father: PW - Dad He was, uh, from the gutter too. Just like me, ya know? We used to watch sports together, especially da Yankees. Scar - NYY He was a big Yankee fan. I’d like ‘em too, but I don’t pay attention ta sports too much. But Mom: OTW - Mom She knew! Uh, she used to make me study movies wid ‘er. I learned. We watch guys like Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney. Scar - HB&JC They, they teached me to talk the street. I like doze guys. I always knew one day I’m comin’ here to talk about movies. My old boss – really old & mean as a river rat – Linda Big Stuff, Scar - Hag she axed me, [Wicked Witch of the West] ‘Is this it? That’s what it’s all about to you? Eating, drinking, screwing, talking?’ Fuggetaboutit! I’m 57. I got a bag for a belly. I got tits. I need a bra. Dey got hairs on ‘em. I got liver spots. I eat crap all day like one of dem rich freakin’ dummy celebrities in Miami. Ain’t it great, man? Hey, every day above ground is a good day. And someday, I plan to spend my remaining days above ground in New Smyrna Beach FL Scar - NSB  with my big, hairy tits hanging out. Pelican, fly! Come on, pelican!” Scar - Pelican

As the quote by Jerry suggests, people are inherently afraid of those from other countries – always have been & perhaps always will. Tony Montana (Al Pacino),Scar - Pacino Brian DePalma’s Scar - DePalma Scarface (a word never uttered in the film), is the paradigm for why. He came from the streets too, the streets of Cuba, where he was a seasoned criminal before ever setting foot on one of the ships headed to Miami carrying 125000 refugees – 1/5 of whom had criminal records. When he gets to Miami, he & his best friend Manny (Steven Bauer) Scar - Manny are sent to a refugee camp where their felonious natures escalate. Soon Tony & Manny are deeply involved with South Florida’s organized crime syndicate and begin working for the brutal drug lord Frank Lopez (Robert Loggia). F. Murray Abraham, who plays Lopez’s right-hand man Omar, found out he got the part of Salieri in Miloš Forman’s Scar - Amadeus Amadeus Amadeus while Scarface was in production. Before receiving that news, he was treated as an also-ran by the crew. The notoriety of playing the co-lead role in a Forman film changed that instantly & forever. Michelle Pfeiffer plays Frank’s girlfriend, Elvira, Scar - Cast and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio is Tony’s sister, Gina. Scar - Gina The screenplay was written by none other than Oliver Stone, Scar - Stone who was addicted to cocaine at the time. 

Scarface received 3 Golden Globe nominations: Pacino for Best Actor in a Drama; Bauer for Best Supporting Actor; and Giorgio Moroder for Best Score. Scar - Giorgio Mororder, a 3-time 3 Oscar Winner, was the first to restore Fritz Lang’s 1927 silent masterpiece Metropolis. Scar - Metro He simultaneously composed a new score for it. Metropolis is a Utopian city for the rich who inhabit it, but dystopian for the proletariat who live beneath it & keep it running. Moroder’s version was released, fittingly, in 1984. Many scores have been written for it since, most recently by the Caspervek Trio Scar - Casper in 2014. The Alloy Orchestra Scar - Alloy have 4 different scores that they’ve performed live accompanying the film since 2010.  The Alloys are a 3-piece ensemble who use keyboards, strings, drums & stuff to make the music & sound effects fitting the action (e.g., a saw creates the sound of a door opening). I saw Metropolis with the Alloys at Real Art Ways (or RAW), Hartford Scar - RAW on 3/19/11, before Executive Director Will K. Wilkins Scar - WW changed policy direction, eliminating classic film to re-focus only on new art, irrespective of quality, seemingly targeting mainly the LBGT community. But if you don’t respect for the past, how can you expect to to take steps toward the future? But in 2011, Real Art Ways was fantastic. And that screening of Metropolis backed by the Alloy Orchestra was one of the finest evenings of art I had the privilege to attend that year. The film, my favorite of the decade, was Kurt Vonnegut’s Scar - Kurt main inspiration for his first novel, Player Piano. Scar - PP No copies of the original 153 minute version remain and the Alloy’s 148 minute versions are copyrighted, but Moroder’s 83 minute and a 148 minute version with a different score are on YouTube and Netflix. Okay, say hello to Moroder’s score & watch the trailer below, then update your Netflix DVD or Blu-ray Queue or visit HBO GO to stream Brian DePalma’s Scarface. 4 Stars!