• Sam Boyd Silver Bowl - May 31, 1992
    Steve Miller opened - locomotive airhorn during "Drumz"

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  • Help on the Way
    Slipknot!
    Franklin's Tower
    New Minglewood Blues
    It Must Have Been the Roses
    Queen Jane Approximately
    Bird Song
    Picasso Moon

    Scarlet Begonias
    Fire on the Mountain
    Man Smart/Woman Smarter
    So Many Roads
    Saint of Circumstance
    He's Gone
    Drums
    Space
    Attics of My Life
    Spoonful
    The Other One
    Morning Dew

    Baba O'Riley
    Tomorrow Never Knows

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Steve Miller opened - locomotive airhorn during "Drumz"
setlist
Help on the Way
Slipknot!
Franklin's Tower
New Minglewood Blues
It Must Have Been the Roses
Queen Jane Approximately
Bird Song
Picasso Moon

Scarlet Begonias
Fire on the Mountain
Man Smart/Woman Smarter
So Many Roads
Saint of Circumstance
He's Gone
Drums
Space
Attics of My Life
Spoonful
The Other One
Morning Dew

Baba O'Riley
Tomorrow Never Knows
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I thought this was a special way to end the Vegas run A 10 song second second. It was memorable after the past 2 days...And off to the East Coast with SMB...
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Steve Miller actually jams with the Dead at this show during Spoonful all the way through Morning Dew. Extremly cool show.
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I saw all the shows at the Silver Bowl, this show had to be one of the best!
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jerry with the tiger striped SWEATPants~! OMG, those were so funny.Had a VHS of Set 2, wish I knew where it went. Oh well. “The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”
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When they were playing Baba O'Rielly (2nd time played) Bobby and Steve Miller weere having a blast feigning Pete Townshend windmills and leaps.
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Was it Sam Boyd who rolled those laughing bones?
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Gobs o fun. Too much hilarity looking around at happy faces shouting "they're all wasted!" during Baba encore. Loved the train effect during drumz and the snap crackle pop drums during Tomorrow Never Knows encore. Stevie guitar Miller brought along the Freedom Rock weekend feel.
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Best show of the Vegas three. A great way to spend my 25th Birthday!!! Years later I found an unused mint condition mail order ticket on E-Bay. 12.00 bucks and all mine. Great, great memories of that run!
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One of the best times I've ever had; and I think I must have found the vhs copy of set two that johnnyg was talking about!
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The picture I put on here is actually from Saturday's show.
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i believe it was this show that during intermission a whole bunch of folks down by the water drizzler on the floor bent over and swooosh...handfuls of marshmallows came whizzing to the seats above. they got tossed back and forth, and the wetter they got, the stickier they got! i can still hear the "thunk" as they'd hit us....and stick. once since then, i have met in my travels, another head who was at that show and brought up the marshmallows!!!! he was sitting on the other side of arena laughing his a** off wondering what *that* was all about! heehee~roche
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The Steve Miller / Dead shows were always my favorite. The other years had high moments... but something about Vegas 92 always sticks with me as magical. From camping at the lake in Henderson to the trippy weather. Great set of shows to end the summer run on the West Coast.
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  • RayDad
    5 years 1 month ago
    Dead in the Desert
    The Steve Miller / Dead shows were always my favorite. The other years had high moments... but something about Vegas 92 always sticks with me as magical. From camping at the lake in Henderson to the trippy weather. Great set of shows to end the summer run on the West Coast.
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    dancingbear70
    7 years 4 months ago
    marshmallow fight!!
    i believe it was this show that during intermission a whole bunch of folks down by the water drizzler on the floor bent over and swooosh...handfuls of marshmallows came whizzing to the seats above. they got tossed back and forth, and the wetter they got, the stickier they got! i can still hear the "thunk" as they'd hit us....and stick. once since then, i have met in my travels, another head who was at that show and brought up the marshmallows!!!! he was sitting on the other side of arena laughing his a** off wondering what *that* was all about! heehee~roche
  • 4fryng
    8 years ago
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    The picture I put on here is actually from Saturday's show.