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Rochester, NY 8/2/19

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Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD (5/26/77)

Music Never Stopped
Sugaree
Mama Tried
Sunrise
Deal
Passenger
Brown Eyed Women
Looks Like Rain
Jack-a-Roe
New Minglewood Blues
Bertha

Samson and Delilah
High Time
Big River
Terrapin Station
Estimated Prophet
Eyes of the World
Not Fade Away
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
Around and Around

Uncle John's Band

Filler: Honky Tonk Woman

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Show looked fun. Nice breakout. Great 77 set list. Can’t catch them all but excited to catch back up with the band. See you guys in Atlantic City. 

 

Maybe to ne real cliche DSO could breakout Springsteen’s Atlantic City done more in the vein of the Band. 

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Solid show, great venue all around. Fifteen dollar ticket to see the greatest band in an outdoor stadium venue, with excellent sound, how do you beat that? Plenty of room to spread out and dance if you get away from the seats. Nice grassy knoll and patio area off to the side. Tough to select highlights, show was solid from start to end, but they played five of my favorite dance songs: Passenger, Samson, Big River, Eyes and GDTRFB, sore feet at the end of this one 😅

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