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The Palace - Auburn Hills, MI

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
Greatest Story Ever Told
New Speedway Boogie
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Long Way To Go Home
So Many Roads

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Saint Of Circumstance
Foolish Heart
I Need A Miracle
Stella Blue
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

The Weight

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This was my very first Dead show! My phriend was totally nude runnin' in the lot, and man, it was cold too!! Anybody help me out with a copy??

Cool, my friend's first too. I totally had the craziest trip on McDonalds' acid. I freaked out and saw myself standing in the concourse EVERYWHERE! I missed half of the show, so if you can help me and the other dude, that would be great! Thanks

You were lucky enough to be at a dead show and instead of listening to the band you dumped some shit in your system and missed it all. weak.
-parsnip bob (12/17/2007)

final show with bruce as a full time member of the band. God i wish he had accepted the invitation to hang around permanantly. the chemistry between he and jerry was palpable, and it allowed vince to stay in the background and add nice fills on organ and solid backing vocals as opposed to having to take over the lead spot on keys. unlike most heads, i loved vinny, but bruce is hands down the best rock pianist ive ever heard. i wish he had sang more too. check out the dead doing "valley road" or "stander on the mountain" and im sure youll agree!!
-gdjake (02/02/2008)

This show was good, but to end the first set with those 3 new songs was not a good choice in my opinion. I DIDNT like it! haha The second set was killer, and I agree about the MCDONALDS comment....good stuff!!!!! I drove up from Wichita to see these 2 shows, and I also agree about the Bruce comment! AWESOME to hear Jerry and him get into those grooves. Vince was pretty LAME most of the time, sorry to be negative!

- (05/16/2008)

I would probably agree about the end to the first set but So Many Roads was and is such a strong song that it breaks up the three songs.
In other words that one was an instant classic so it didn't have that "three straight new songs" FEEL to it.

But of course the second set is where this one takes flight.
-gdjake (07/02/2010)

So Many Roads was not an instant classic.
-Bossgobbler (05/11/2012)

Great show! Th Mcdonald's acid was strong! Loved the Palace ladies in tie-dye selling roses! They had tuxedo shirts the night before

-Mark (03/05/2013)

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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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