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Today in Grateful Dead History: April 6, 1984 - Aladdin Theater, Las Vegas, NV

The Grateful Dead in Las Vegas.  Sounds like a punchline, right?

Here’s a couple of interesting tidbits about the Dead in Sin City.

Their first show, way back in 1969, was at the Ice Palace.  514 more words

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Today in Grateful Dead History: February 15, 1973 - Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI

There must be something about February and classic Dead shows.  Coming hot on the heels of a few epic nights from 1970 and 1968, this gem from 1973 is a very popular choice for best show of 1973, owing to its wide circulation among even casual collectors. 204 more words

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Today in Grateful Dead History: December 6, 1973 - Public Hall, Cleveland, OH

Well, gracious listeners, I guess now is the time to enter into one of the great debates in Grateful Dead listening history – is the 43 minute  736 more words

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Today in Grateful Dead History: November 22, 1985 - Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA

I had to leave the office early today, so if I was going to review a show, I needed I short one.  Thanks for being there, 1985! 364 more words

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Grandeur at the Orpheum

Alas, it is time to discuss one of the greatest versions of “Comes A Time” ever played.  The auspicious performance was on 7/17/76 in San Francisco at the Orpheum Theater. 818 more words

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Xenophon shakes up State Election

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Today in Grateful Dead History: August 30, 1978 - Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, CO

Today’s show is a very interesting performance from Red Rocks in 1978.  As you might know, the Dead already played two shows at Red Rocks back in July, so the return trip only a month later was quite unusual.   1,057 more words

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