• Boston Music Hall - June 11, 1976

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  • Might As Well
    Mama Tried
    Tennessee Jed
    Cassidy
    Candyman
    Big River
    Scarlet Begonias
    Looks Like Rain
    It Must Have Been the Roses
    Lazy Lightnin'
    Supplication
    Brown Eyed Women
    Promised Land

    St. Stephen
    Dancin' in the Streets
    Music Never Stopped
    Ship of Fools
    Samson and Delilah
    Sugaree
    Sugar Magnolia
    Eyes of the World
    Stella Blue
    Sunshine Daydream

    Johnny B. Goode

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Might As Well
Mama Tried
Tennessee Jed
Cassidy
Candyman
Big River
Scarlet Begonias
Looks Like Rain
It Must Have Been the Roses
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication
Brown Eyed Women
Promised Land

St. Stephen
Dancin' in the Streets
Music Never Stopped
Ship of Fools
Samson and Delilah
Sugaree
Sugar Magnolia
Eyes of the World
Stella Blue
Sunshine Daydream

Johnny B. Goode
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This is where it all started for me. Bunch of us had ordered tix thru the mail order letter sent out to a friend who had signed up with the Dead Heads. Thanks for sharing!! Not a bad start to a run thats been going strong now for 32 years. and yeah..."I'd like to take that ride again!"

 

Never had such a good time

In my life before

I'd like to have it one time more

One good ride from start to end

I'd like to take that ride again

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"Look out of any window Any morning, any evening, any day" Robert Hunter

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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June 11 is my birthday what a birthday gift the dead playing in boston my home town.We all pilled in my buddies VWBUS singing dead tunes.Great show,.
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My first show, as well. In hindsight, I should have tried to go to more of this run, but it might have been a hard sell to my folks, at 15 years old.
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My first show as well, also at age 15. Had to scalp a ticket for outrageous ducketts, miracles were hard to come by on the sidewalks of Beantown that summer (the tour rats saw me comin'). Never looked back. Cemented my lifelong passion for Stella Blue.
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  • Dred Scott
    1 year 11 months ago
    First show, age 15
    My first show as well, also at age 15. Had to scalp a ticket for outrageous ducketts, miracles were hard to come by on the sidewalks of Beantown that summer (the tour rats saw me comin'). Never looked back. Cemented my lifelong passion for Stella Blue.
  • Edwin
    3 years 9 months ago
    Mine, too!
    My first show, as well. In hindsight, I should have tried to go to more of this run, but it might have been a hard sell to my folks, at 15 years old.
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    ratdog09
    9 years 3 months ago
    June 11 is my birthday what
    June 11 is my birthday what a birthday gift the dead playing in boston my home town.We all pilled in my buddies VWBUS singing dead tunes.Great show,.
  • Marshun
    10 years 5 months ago
    First Ride!*!

    This is where it all started for me. Bunch of us had ordered tix thru the mail order letter sent out to a friend who had signed up with the Dead Heads. Thanks for sharing!! Not a bad start to a run thats been going strong now for 32 years. and yeah..."I'd like to take that ride again!"

     

    Never had such a good time

    In my life before

    I'd like to have it one time more

    One good ride from start to end

    I'd like to take that ride again

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    "Look out of any window Any morning, any evening, any day" Robert Hunter

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~