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Pine Knob Music Theater - Clarkston, MI

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
Greatest Story Ever Told
Mexicali Blues
Maggie's Farm
Bird Song

Set 2:
Throwin' Stones
Iko Iko
All Along The Watchtower
Standing On The Moon
He's Gone
The Wheel
I Need A Miracle
Wharf Rat
Throwin' Stones Reprise
Not Fade Away

Brokedown Palace

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Best show I ever saw on an awesome hot summer night. Jerry was in fine form - Standing on the Moon was incredible, also The Wheel, was best I've heard!
-Rob Evans

First Dead Bootleg anyone ever gave me. I would listen to it over and over again and just drift. Unfortunately, someone took it from me and never returned it. I have never been able to find it again.

first show ever

this was my last show. and although the show itself was great, the "scene" had changed remarkably since my last experience (ann arbor 1989). there were way too many 16-year olds with no tickets. my wife and i were accosted many times by these "miracle seekers" to the point of being ridiculous. also, several tie-dye merchants closed up their shop to me, thinking that I was going to bust them! should I apologize for looking more conservative than most? thank goodness the show was so good.

This was a fabby show. I too had a nice soundboard of this show and a friend of the devil snagged it off of me. Good news...Show is just release as GD Download series #11...along with filler from 6/19/91. Enjoy!

You can hear the origins of "Liberty" in the jam before they break into Throwing Stones...pretty cool

This is the show I got my nickname, "Dosey the Clown" at for obvious reasons. It was one of those nights that I could tell stories about (and probably will) for decades to come.
- (07/27/2008)

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-Anonymous (03/27/2009)

is this only time the GD ever played watchtower pre-drums?
- (09/17/2010)

My second show after the previous night at Pine Knob. Definitely the better of the two. This show is the reason that Throwin' Stones is still my favorite song to this day. Bruce Hornsby was absolutely on fire.
-DP (02/16/2011)

Got on the bus in April 1987 and got off the bus at this one. Traveled to see a buddy and took in both shows. Agree with DP that the second nite was better. However, I think Vince Welnick was at this one and NOT Bruce.

-MC (09/02/2011)

Both there
-Jeff (06/19/2016)

A favorite bootleg! I got my hands on this and couldn't stop listening. I would flip the cassette after Standing (a ballad gem) and it would start up Wharf Rat. Many hours in school with headphones between class just baskin in Jerry's outstanding emotions during these ballads! Grate Noise!
- (07/22/2016)

I was outside listening with a friend wo had never heard them, I wanted him to experience the scene and hear the great music. We were content being in the parking lot and partying. We brought a guitar and drum for the tailgate bash, I hate gate crashers.
- (09/11/2021)

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Band Configuration
(09/15/90 - 03/24/92)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Vince Welnick
Keyboard: Bruce Hornsby
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart

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