May 17, 1977
"Jack A Roe" appears on "Fallout From The Phil Zone"
Set List:New Minglewood Blues>
They Love Each Other
Looks Like Rain
Fire on the Mountain
Samson and Delilah>
Brown Eyed Women
Playin' in the Band>
Playin' in the Band
Attendees of this show
My first Dead Concert, I had digested some Blotter Acid...Couldn't ask for anything more...
that show was so great and so close. I think it was a tour ad on, but I knew that it would be fun when a person behind me if "I'd seen St.Louis last night".
Keith was a real leader in this show and Playing in Band is his element. Bruce H. Vibes. Donna in good voice too.
Part of the legendary 1977 second half of the year run. Whew.
Five guys and a chick.
I'm sure that Bob has two arms,, now
garseeya53 , Are You in Alabama? I'm in Mobile, But I'm origonally from Birmingham.
What I wouldn't give to have a Video of this Concert!
I was 11yrs old and this was my very first concert of any kind! My friends and I rode our bicycles over to the University, and were hanging out by one of the back doors listening to the show. A janitor that worked there came outside, and let us sneak in the back. I had no idea who the Grateful Dead were. I remember I got grounded for a week because I came home so late - lol! Little did I or my parents have any idea what was to come with The Dead and I in years to come!!!
Saint Stephen with a rose. In and out of the garden he goes. Country garland in the wind and the rain. Wherever he goes the people all complain....
LOL that sounds SO sketchy these days, man... different world back then, eh?