March 21, 1994
last "West L. A.": 05-21-93 
Set List:Greatest Story Ever Told
Queen Jane Approximately
West LA Fadeaway
New Speedway Boogie
Jam w/o Bobby
Previous Show« Richfield Coliseum - March 20, 1994
Attendees of this show
The previous night was just okay and it wasn't just the song selection it was the sound. The rumor was before the show that Healy was out and someone new was in. That turned out to be true and definitely made a difference the night before. Not this night however. Well, anyway this night started out with a pretty cool first set. Bertha was great and I had never seen West L.A. Then the second set just seemed to get louder, and clearer and pre-drums was nice and smooth. If I remember, it seemed as Jerry did not want to leave the stage after He's gone, which is always a good thing. Well then the roof blew off the place and I do not think you can do any justice by explaining to people what the Lovelight-Stella-Lovelight was like. Unless you were there physically. I hate the expression "words can not explain." However I have to use it just this once. Stella Blue was the greatest song I had ever seen live by the Dead and Various other bands I have seen and even to this day is probably my favorite live experience I have ever witnessed.
The Jam before Drums contains a Matilda Jam. It's possible 3/21 in Richfield is the only time this theme is played before the song's first official appearance at Deer Creek in July.