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The Palace - Auburn Hills, MI

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
Greatest Story Ever Told
Row Jimmy
Lazy River Road
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Loose Lucy
In The Midnight Hour

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Long Way To Go Home
New Speedway Boogie
He's Gone
The Last Time
Black Peter
Good Lovin'

The Weight

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This was the first concert I had ever been to. I was absolutly amazing. There is something about row jimmy in the later years, magnificant!

i second that. try the 'row jimmy' from 3.16.93, it's fine

We will get by!

Bobby got laughed at when he almost stole Phil's verse in "The Weight." They had to throw in a few extra bars. I love when Bobby screws up. ;)

The first set of this show was one of my most enjoyable. I remember thinking before the beginning of the set "Where would I rather be right now?" Nowhere.

I was proud to have attended this show. I loved the Mexicali tease after Me N My Uncle. The Lazy River Road is REAL pretty, possibly the best one ever. The Truckin/NewSpeedway/He's Gone is vintage Dead and they nail it hard. I think this is my favorite He's Gone along with 6/30/85.

The Black Peter is very soulful and was the only one of the summer that year.
-Anonymous (06/04/2009)

Does anyone remember the guy trying to trade the HUGE zucchini for tickets outside The Palace? Good memories. . .
- (11/09/2009)

This show looks great. Some obvious highlights: Touch>GSET to get things flowing...into a sweet Row Jimmy and how can you ever deny a Spoonful?

The middle of the 1st set cools off, with the perfunctory cowboy songs/new songs (i.e., LRR)...still great stuff though.

The surprise ending to the first set with a Midnight Hour out of Loose Lucy...that is truly my delight! Sweet!

Second set starts with a lull...Samson is your typical Sunday ditty and Long Way to Go Home is fun at best. But they get real cookin' with the Speedway>Truckin>He's Gone trio...magic! The rest of the show eases you back in from the high of that combo...

For 94 or any year, this one shines like gold...

-Anonymous (07/31/2023)

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Band Configuration
(05/19/92 - 07/09/95)

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

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