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Keystone

Berkeley, CA

USA

Jerry Garcia Band

December 31, 1975

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Set List

Set 1

  1. Let It Rock
  2. Mother Nature's Son Tuning
  3. It Ain't No Use
  4. God Save The Queen Tuning
  5. They Love Each Other
  6. Pig's Boogie

Set 2

  1. New Year's Countdown
  2. Auld Lang Syne
  3. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
  4. Catfish John >
  5. Mystery Train >
  6. Drums >
  7. Mystery Train

Set 3

  1. Tore Up Over You
  2. C.C. Rider
  3. (I'm A) Road Runner

Show Notes

Greg Errico sits in on Drums for Ron Tutt who was absent so he could play with Elvis Presley that evening.

Matt Kelly sits in on 'It Ain't No Use', 'They Love Each Other' and 'Pig's Boogie' in Set 1 as well as all of set 2 & 3.

Mickey Hart and Bob Weir sit in on Sets 2 & 3.


  • Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals

  • John Kahn
    bass

  • Nicky Hopkins
    keyboards

  • Ron Tutt
    drums


Show Facts

This show has been officially released as "GarciaLive Volume Five: December 31st, 1975 Keystone Berkeley".



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Kevin Burke | Saturday, July 8th, 2017

My first & only New Year’s Eve show!

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Tobey Stein | Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

I left the east coast to see the famous place where my favorite music was made, got in trouble with California cops trying to use fake ID to get in to clubs because I was underage. I was on the street outside the Keystone when some guys came to deliver a grand piano for the show. I said “let me give you a hand”, I grabbed the piano along with the roadies and walked right in to the club. Great New Years Eve show! Bobby joined the band and we all danced until closing time 🙂

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Kevin Burke | Thursday, January 1st, 2015

39 years ago today!

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Kevin Burke | Thursday, January 1st, 2015

My first (& only) New Year’s Eve show. I was living in Venice Beach, CA at the time with one of my best friends (we are Jersey Shore boys). We flew up to Frisco, I think it was like $60 for a round trip ticket. We scored some “Purple Barrel” on the line getting into the Keystone (very clean). The show was incredible, just listen to it. 3 members of the Dead were there while they were on hiatus & the legendary Nicky Hopkins (Jamming With Edward) who appeared to be wasted. I think it let out @ 3:30 am. The boys walked right off the stage up to the bar. After, we walked around UC Berkley and rode the B.A.R.T. (still trippin’) till our flight back to L.A. One of the most fun & memorable nights of my life!