July 07, 1984
last "Lovelight": 12-31-82 
Set List:Hell in a Bucket
New Minglewood Blues
Dupree's Diamond Blues
My Brother Esau
Brown Eyed Women
Looks Like Rain
Might As Well
Samson and Delilah
Cold Rain and Snow
Playin' in the Band
Not Fade Away
Turn on Your Love Light
Not Fade Away
Attendees of this show
My first show. Got in late and missed the Dire Wolf, and never attended another show where it was played. The Lovelight was great!
A fine night for a dance!
Lots of great friends.
Wisco Rules. Thats for Rob-o-
stayed at a nice resort...seeing the tonite show on the lounge TV it seemed appropriate to say that Wisconsin proves the tonite show (at that time) was made in America by Americans for Wisconsinz at resorts.
keep your character, enjoy living, share your fortune,
OXOX Merple Reddin
Flew to Chicago to drive to northern wisconsin for a family reunion of my girlfriends - on way back we look up a high school friend of her's, who is engaged to a guy whose brother & friends are going to the shows @ AV - totally unplanned - we go to the first night, the girlfriend's girlfriend loves the show & 'shrooms, and demands to go again the next night - where I get to see lovelite for the first time ! ! wake up to find out that you are the eyes of the world
This was a great set of gigs.We camped & ran around on the golf course before the gigs.
Lovelight was amazing!
This was back when the parking lots were alot of fun & before the cops showed they were true pigs!
My oh my did we have fun back then. Gone are the days. This tour just kept getting more and more exciting,new break outs it seemed every other night. Dancin , New Orleans ,big boss man, why don't we do it in the road, Mr fantasy then lovelight. What we got next down goes down in the history book with the Greek Dark Star.Followed by Just want to make love to you and Midnight hour. Loved 84
We travelled the whole summer in my chevy S-10 pickup without a cab on the back. It was a miracle we were never pulled over. I think there were at least five of us. It only rained once the entire tour while we were driving. Mid tour the night before the Kansas City show we realized the sky was about to open up with a brutal summer storm. As we pulled into a mini mart, everyone systematically grabbed all of their packs and stuffed them into the front cab. We ran into the store and stayed there until the thunder, lightning and torrential rain let up.
It's strange how, although I remember highlights from most of the shows, it's what happened during the journey that stands out.
Actually Dave we did get pulled over once.I was driving your pickup. With you sitting shotgun.We got pulled over after the Starlight show the next day. I remember the Midwest State Trooper saying to us we can pay this speeding fine rite now by following him to the nearest post office box.Fine was 35$ we had everyone kick in what they could put the money in the envelope and followed him to the box.I will never forget the Troopers quote " you can either pay this rite now or wait and see the judge after the holiday weekend"
Posting same thing 2 shows in a row because I am wondering who else here stayed there. It wasn't full of heads but there were a great many of us.
Thinking back I am hoping someone has a reply as to whether or not it was a Playboy mansion??????
Not sure if really was a playboy mansion but was rumored to be in nearby Geneva,was a great place had its own golf coarse and even had skeet shooting. Not that any of took part in the skeet shooting but was intense hotel/mansion.Pricey but remember we made money everyday back then and some days were better then others.