Hollywood Palladium - September 10, 1972
September 10, 1972
*with David Crosby
Greatest Story Ever Told
Black Throated Wind
Playing in the Band
Ramble On Rose
Beat it on Down the Line
Sing Me Back Home
One More Saturday Night
Attendees of this show
dubai-escorts-bunnies, doctorK, King TuT, Canady, saljoe5590, Sugarmagkauai, Sepp the promoter, stuporsession, zigmeisterxiv, hb672, Phil.Abrahamson, deadcustodian, labozo, hoffmnj, saint michael, craized1, Jimmy row, granfallooon, A Pismo Clam, hrdrockbob, drmikie, JayLif, drchampagne, Zomby D Wulf, Thorock, dennisdster, tcrawford, DarkStar-TheOtherOne, Pond_Paddler
Can you say, "keep moving?" The hall is a palace of swing. Blues Brothers final show in the movie is in that place. "Dancin' with the Stars" is there? Looks like it.
keep your character, enjoy living, share your fortune,
OXOX Merple Reddin
The Palladium holds 5000 people. It was packed and hot. A ballroom, so no seats, except upstairs in the VIP section. When they launched into Dark Star, everybody lay down on the sticky, dirty, beer soaked floor.
while not the first time I saw them, this was really the one that got me on the bus. Nice bluegrass band opened up (High Country, I think) and a long first set where Bird Song really blew us away. For the second set, we were down right in front of Garcia (festival "seating") watching him smile at all of us. We could see behind the speaker bank David Crosby rolling and smokling joints. Yea, right we said. Then, Dark Star begins and there he is. A long night at a great venue. Thanks for the memories.