Really a great show. It was hot as turnips all day, but as the
sun set, a breeze blew in-rare for a New England July- and Eyes of the World just carried me away. Jerry smoked on GDTRFB and loved the retro version of Love Light with a cappela closer.
It was a day that lasted a thousand years. One of the greatest days of my life, and I hadn't even planned on going. A last minute call from a friend ended up taking me on an interstellar journey I hadn't known was possible. As Benny said, it was a really hot one. The drive in took forever, and tickets did not exist. After many hours of washing down lysergics with Busch beer, fate handed me entrance into the show at the end of the first set. The rest of the show was amazing, and the scene in the parking lot after was one of the greatest I've ever seen. Good people, good music, and a memory I will cherish until the day I die.
I know I was at a foxboro between 86 and 88 I bought four tickets and miracled three friends but you dont have the show listed
what was in the waternow iremember an totally cool parkin lot scene in fact gave my friends old lady my tic stayed in the lot for the whole show had a great view food tats shrooms what a long strange trip 2 days latta yaha...
This was the most poinient dead moments for me ... I remember Brent doing I Will Take You Home in a single spot light ... alone on the stage... just the man and his piano. I looked at my friend and said ... I feel the end is near ... someone is Dead. Now I have to admitt that there were some serious chemicals flowing through my body at that time ... but I swear Brent had a purple ora that cirlcle his entire being. It was a show that will stay with me for the rest of my life. Brent was one of my all time favorite musicians and he and his talent is and always will be sadly missed. He and the boys move me like no other man will ever be able to do ... through music they give me love like no other!!! Much Much Much love and appreciation!!!
This show was my very first. I was born July 6, 1990. I may not have a memory of it, but 8 days after my enterance into this life, my mother presented me to the GD family. She also maintains that Bobby is my bioligical father. If only it were true. LOL. Thanks Mom. Love You. And everyone else, I love each and everyone of you out there. May God and Jerry be with you, with us, for the rest of time and beyond.
Be Safe and have a Grateful Day!!
IT WAS 1987 ...LISTED AS SULLIVAN STADIUM...THAT WAS THE NAME OF THE FAMILY THAT OWNED IT AT THE TIME...THAT WAS MY SECOND SHOW EVER...SONICALLY NOT THE BEST CUZ OF THE GIANT OPEN AIR STADIUM AND TECHNOLOGY HADNT CAUGHT UP YET