• Rich Stadium - June 13, 1993

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  • Touch of Grey
    New Minglewood Blues
    Loser
    Me and My Uncle
    Mexicali Blues
    Broken Arrow
    Tennessee Jed
    Cassidy
    Deal

    Samson and Delilah
    Lazy River Road
    Looks Like Rain
    Long Way Home
    Truckin'
    drums
    The Other One
    The Days Between
    Johnny B. Goode

    I Fought the Law

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Touch of Grey
New Minglewood Blues
Loser
Me and My Uncle
Mexicali Blues
Broken Arrow
Tennessee Jed
Cassidy
Deal

Samson and Delilah
Lazy River Road
Looks Like Rain
Long Way Home
Truckin'
drums
The Other One
The Days Between
Johnny B. Goode

I Fought the Law
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I always hoped they would do a multi night run at Rich but it never happened. This show was 6/12/1993
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Sting was just ok. He would be much better in asmaller venue. Had another great night. Somewhat sad about the performance, the end was near. Still, everyone danced and jammed and forgot about the world for a few hours. Isn't that the point?? Truckin' gave evryone a lift. Cassidy reminded me of '77. Again, a night to remember for many reasons.
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This was one of only a couple of times I got to see them and it was my first show. I remember realizing at one point that I was surrounded by an entire stadium of dancing people. It was beautiful.
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for some reason I remember all of the canadians trying to barter with canadian cash...
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This was my first show after a 4 year hiatus. A huge "Thank You! (for a real good time)" to Scott F. for dragging me out of my cave for this one and also for taking me to see JGB in Syracuse later the same year. Lord knows I needed it...
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This was my last show. JG passed away on my daughter's 12th birthday. Sad day for all. Glad that the others are still making music. Seeing Ratdog in a few weeks.
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Let's not forget the Tea in the Sahara moment when Jerry sat in with Sting. Hot band, esp Vinnie. I think it was a bit of a trip for Sting to open for the Dead - not a lot of people in the stands or listening very hard, but good music.
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Ahhh yes, my first show. Too much fun in the parking lot meant not remembering much of the music but remembering it being extremely hot that day. Lots of beer and other things kept me from enjoying the show. I do remember the ride home was terrible, Buffalo to Westmoreland (4.5 hours) with the heat being stuck in my Renault Encore. As I got older I waited for the show to start before experimenting with mind expanders. Still, there is always something very special about your first time.
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I had seen much more high energy, and musically interesting shows before, but in my memory there was something very sweet about this one. Loved hearing Phil sing Broken Arrow, which I only knew because my father rocked the Rod Stewart box set, so that was a trip. And if I remember right, Phil had a neon yellow shirt on. Cassidy while seagulls swarmed the rafters of the stage was another highlight. Wandered onto the floor freely at one point and it was very chill. Then people stormed in at the opening of the 2nd set and by the encore I was at the top of the stadium slightly uncomfortable seeing the number of people packed in there.
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    Jezmund
    4 years 4 months ago
    Phil in neon yellow?
    I had seen much more high energy, and musically interesting shows before, but in my memory there was something very sweet about this one. Loved hearing Phil sing Broken Arrow, which I only knew because my father rocked the Rod Stewart box set, so that was a trip. And if I remember right, Phil had a neon yellow shirt on. Cassidy while seagulls swarmed the rafters of the stage was another highlight. Wandered onto the floor freely at one point and it was very chill. Then people stormed in at the opening of the 2nd set and by the encore I was at the top of the stadium slightly uncomfortable seeing the number of people packed in there.
  • cben
    6 years 7 months ago
    first show
    Ahhh yes, my first show. Too much fun in the parking lot meant not remembering much of the music but remembering it being extremely hot that day. Lots of beer and other things kept me from enjoying the show. I do remember the ride home was terrible, Buffalo to Westmoreland (4.5 hours) with the heat being stuck in my Renault Encore. As I got older I waited for the show to start before experimenting with mind expanders. Still, there is always something very special about your first time.
  • krs10
    9 years 7 months ago
    Tea in the Sahara
    Let's not forget the Tea in the Sahara moment when Jerry sat in with Sting. Hot band, esp Vinnie. I think it was a bit of a trip for Sting to open for the Dead - not a lot of people in the stands or listening very hard, but good music.
  • Dancing Homer
    9 years 10 months ago
    teenage wasteland
    "they're all wasted"
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    CatHamp
    10 years 8 months ago
    My Last
    This was my last show. JG passed away on my daughter's 12th birthday. Sad day for all. Glad that the others are still making music. Seeing Ratdog in a few weeks.