Tuesday, May 24
Had to Be the Rose! Dead and Company played like it was 1977.
Had to Be the Rose! Dead and Company played like it was 1977. What a beautiful Night.
Holy Grateful Dead and Company Killed The Fillmore last Night. But with Jerry's Guitar and The West Coast's Intimate Venue it was Predestined and Magical.
Dead and Company must have had a warm hole last night as it sounded like they traveled The Fillmore back to1972 at The Historic Venue. They delivered on all hopes and and dreams as they easily answered every critic with thier best musical performance as s band. John Mayer was bluesy when it felt right also tapping into the Estimated Prophets of 30 years ago. They went on a West Coast exploratory Jam as the Rythem section propelled the band on a classic GD style Jam that arrived at Dark Star>The Other One. This free show ironically and most importantly sold thousands of tickets, only for many shows on the upcoming Summer Tour.
Enjoy 2nd Set Here! The first set is on the bottom of set list. There is also a blank space where words should be.
They played a semi-new song and they also added plenty of bust outs. The band had a musical explosion, where the music plays the band. Anything was possible and everything was achieved. Hell even Sammy Hager came by and sang the only song he knows "Lucy Loose". It was also the only real low point. By the end this monster show, I was already looking for more vacation days. BAND On! Thanks to Live4LiveMusic we have the Timely shows snd set list.
Watch the first set below, courtesy of Moonalice's liv
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