Tower Theatre - June 23, 1976
June 23, 1976
Robert Hunter's 35th birthday
Set List:Music Never Stopped
Looks Like Rain
Brown Eyed Women
Friend of the Devil
Samson and Delilah
Might As Well
Let it Grow
Let it Grow
Not Fade Away
Dancin' in the Streets
Johnny B. Goode
Attendees of this show
crazibabiz, Bill388, gogoroth, stevespit, ljkljk, rstran, petemx5, trekbike, Stupru, Jimhalpern, strunz4u, Eyesbeyond, DWRobb, jerryskid1974, Double-Zero Sol, louatchick, AlaskaDeadHead1, melted 51, ddam, redcdiver, digitunes, Katimae, bugsorter, abbilu, bejosh, deadheadii, ruk1nd, FreakDaddy, redeft, gratefuljay, touchofgrey, AlanSheckter, jocelyn, skskck911, 10sejed, estimatedprofits, WHARFRAT917, cosmicdave, Brownie, country-don, Ted S, dsb824, otto conner, corry4peace, mickyfun, craig maceachern 2 dustyrose, wolf, jackl921, gregp123, beak, Terry Tolkin, Bob Minkin, legionmary, Aine, gratefuldan, kenco, other72, gondolinx, Cryptic_Envelopment, Ramblinldy, ScottL57, gleng1, ItsADryHeat, mikegordon, jdwilgus, dmhdead, DrkStr, joeybug69, Thom, snoone, stu, Johnnycable, MAXROD, dreamtime, rodger allinson, javerv, Jack Straw, aud
The second set, with Let it Grow and St. Stephen coming and going in the medley, was incredible and has always stood out in my memory as being some of the finest moments in my Dead life!
Remember? The lottery, mail order was how tickets were sold.
My tickets came, and I had seats in row"CCC". I was bummed, I figured we were two alphabet sequences (A-Z) in the way-back section.
A few days before the show I was telling a friend about the lousy seats, and he said that the triple letter rows were in the old orchestra pit, when the Tower had live bands playing for shows. I went nuts, but was still skeptical.
So, fast forward to the show, and giving the usher the tickets. My friend & I were led all the way down to the front into a small sectioned off area not 8 feet from the stage. It was incredible.
Great seats, a great show, it is as fresh as last month. Fun, fun, fun.
I have heard a fair quality tape of the 1st set, the quality goes in and out,but it shines at times,love High time, and looks like Rain
my first"road" trip show,, drove down in my friends 72 camaro..what an awsome venue vibe..place was hot as an oven,, big old fans on the sides.. Kieths piano had the steal your face flag drapped over it.. 1st row.. lodge center.. Bobby opened with that whacky yellow dog story.. a sweet music.. a verrry loong row jimmy( around this time,,dose kicked in, our senses bgan to melt)..a superb lazy> supplication, a rockin promised ends the set.. every one seems dosed at the break lots of balloons, colors, I remeber a real pretty girl that Italked with she said they were going to play notfadeawa y.. , colors.. florescent green.. the band is on during set 2 let it grow stephan>nfa>stephan.. a sweet cosmic charlie.. the wheel.. great memories..still have not found a good sdbd. from this show..this is the one that got me on the bus,,my 3rd show..following roosevelt stadium 74& capitol a week before..
I had a friend of mines son make me a CD of this show from Archives.org, it really sounds good and I let him do it mp3 style because He only had one disc. Really good quality, love hearing the crowd.
"Jesus Christ, The Same, Yesterday, Today and Forever"
This was my first show - wow 35 years ago! The show actually started with a pretty long rendering of Bob Weir's nonsensical story of the Little Yellow Dog.