Grateful Dead

Capital Centre - September 25, 1976

Capital Centre

September 25, 1976

Landover`, MD US

Average: 4.5 (13 votes)


sound check: "All Over Now" - last "All Over Now": 11-20-70 [326] - final "Cosmic Charlie"

Set List:

New Minglewood Blues
Ramble on Rose
Brown Eyed Women
Mama Tried
It's All Over Now
Let it Grow

Lazy Lightnin'
Mississippi Half-Step
Dancin' in the Streets
Cosmic Charlie
Scarlet Begonias
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
St. Stephen
Sugar Magnolia

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taperdave's picture
Joined: Jun 17 2007
My 1st show

Wow ya what a great show !

Joined: Jun 5 2007
1st DC-area St. Stephen in a long time.

I was so blown away by hearing St. Stephen and Cosmic Charlie that I called DC-101 radio and told Jerry Strider, the late-night DJ, about the set list. He broke away from the standard playlist and played some Aoxomoxoa for the folks driving home from the concert.


Joined: Jul 5 2007
My 1st Show

I was hooked.

Joined: Jul 26 2007
St Stephen Performance

That evening I wondered how I would ever be able to hear the performance of St Stephen again. It was stunning. Thank you for Dick's Picks.

It was a blast of an evening, and now permanently enshrined on polycarbonate for perpetual listening enjoyment.

Joined: Jun 13 2007
First journey.........

First real travel for a show...........remains one of the best ever!!!!
Caught the bug and life was never the same...


Joined: Jan 21 2008
My first show too!

I knew right then that there would be many more....

Anyone from the area remember when Weasel (and some other DJs) used to play lots of Dead on WHFS in the 70's? Man, that used to be a great station!


jasia52's picture
Joined: Jul 9 2008
First show after hiatus...

I went to this concert with my brother Mason & our friend John. It was great to hear the band live again after their break from touring in 1975. (We had to survive on LP recordings then.) It was the first of many good shows for us in the DC-Balto area in 1976-81. And, I do remember Weasel on WHFS playing the Dead tunes!


Joined: Jan 13 2009
My 1st show!

My mom dragged me to this when I was 13 and life was never the same...150+ shows later & counting...can't wait for Philly 2009...I'll be there with bells on!!!!

Kalhoun's picture
Joined: Dec 26 2008
My first Dead show

This was also my first Dead show. I was 16 and remember the free Sky Suite tickets I received that allowed us to get to the show while the equipment was being set up. This show hooked me all the way. Even the warm-up set was fab. It was all good. Farewell to Cosmic Charlie...So long ago...

As for WHFS, if not for them, there would have been little if any Dead on the air and no Feat. They Rocked!

mkav's picture
Joined: Jun 30 2007
my first too "I think"

Bertha ruled then, rules now and will always rule. didn't know what to expect but really liked it. i was in college at U of M at the time. what an era...Dead were perfect score for America in 70s...really almost forever but especially in 70s.


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Capital Centre - September 25, 1976