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Wow - got the hookup with this one.  I'll bet more than a few shows have opened music, sugaree - but there are 2 that I'm familiar with.  One is Pembroke Pines '77 (best grateful dead show ever performed: cough-cough-cough), the other is the Ohio State '76 show.  If this one was OSU, then I'll bet the band had a blast playing it!

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St. John's Arena; Ohio State Univ., Columbus, O.H. (9/30/76)

music never stopped

sugaree

new minglewood

ramble on rose

looks like rain

peggy o

el paso

crazy fingers

its all over now

scarlet begonia

 

 Lazy Lightnin'

Supplication

It Must Have Been the Roses

Samson and Delilah

St. Stephen

Not Fade Away

drums

Wharf Rat

Not Fade Away

St. Stephen

Around and Around

E: Morning Dew

 

Looks killer 🤤🤤🤤

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Looks like a solid setlist! I made it up last year but not this year unfortunately. I love the vibes up in Ithaca and the venues super nice

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43 minutes ago, Greg from Chestertown said:

Filler? 

Not sure if there was a filler, just saw online that they played this show.

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2 hours ago, Tea said:

Wow - got the hookup with this one.  I'll bet more than a few shows have opened music, sugaree - but there are 2 that I'm familiar with.  One is Pembroke Pines '77 (best grateful dead show ever performed: cough-cough-cough), the other is the Ohio State '76 show.  If this one was OSU, then I'll bet the band had a blast playing it!

I count 11 shows that opened with Music -> Sugaree, the last one being Shoreline '94 which was a Music Sugaree Music sandwich.  Most of these were in '76 and '77.

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88/10/15  BayFront Arena  St. Petersburg, FL

 

Friends were there, I was not.

 

Praise DSO.

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3 hours ago, Hardpan said:

Not sure if there was a filler, just saw online that they played this show.

Filler was That’s what Love Will Make You Do

1 minute ago, Rbarracoph said:

Filler was That’s what Love Will Make You Do

Oops!!!!

How Sweet It Is;-)

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