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The Stone

San Francisco, CA

USA

Jerry Garcia Band

October 4, 1986

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Set List

Set 1

  1. Get Out Of My Life Woman
  2. Forever Young
  3. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
  4. When I Paint My Masterpiece
  5. Love In The Afternoon >
  6. Deal

Set 2

  1. Cats Under The Stars
  2. Mission In The Rain
  3. Reuben And Cherise
  4. That Lucky Old Sun
  5. Dear Prudence >
  6. Tangled Up In Blue

  • Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals

  • John Kahn
    bass

  • Melvin Seals
    keyboards

  • David Kemper
    drums

  • Jaclyn LaBranch
    backing vocals

  • Gloria Jones
    backing vocals


Show Facts

This show marks Jerry's first performance after recovering from his diabetic coma.

First performance of That Lucky Old Sun.



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Michael Strauss | Friday, September 16th, 2016

JGB

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Peter Washkevich | Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Um…actually these photos were taken by me. Peter Washkevich. I still have the original negatives.

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William Ballard | Sunday, July 5th, 2015

I was stationed at NAS Moffett Field in Mountain View, CA during this period. My squadron (VP46) had recently returned from a deployment to Diego Garcia, BIOT and although I loved “Dodge” (sailors affectionate name for Diego Garcia) it was great to be back in the Bay area. The ‘Stone was a classic small hall venue on Broadway in the City between 1980-90. I’ll never forget being at the front of the line and when the doors opened dashing inside and grabbing a spot on the floor. Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song” was playing on the video screen. The JGB was in great form…Jerry’s vocals were really clear and sweet after a long layoff from complications with diabetes. John Khan was cool personified with that cigarette hanging from his mouth as he played. The backing vocals girls were having too much fun especially on “How Sweet It Is”. The superb second set was highlighted by a soulful, longing version of “Mission” and I remember being astounded when Garcia broke into “Lucky Old Sun” followed by “Dear Prudence”. These memories bring a tear to the eye now…those precious days are sadly long gone but never ever forgotten.

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hockey john Cod/john | Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

Was on Cape cod mowing my lawn when house phone rang. Remember those things a telephone on the wall in the kitchen. Anyone My mom came out to the front yard to say Jennifer is on the Phone for you. Came in and talked within 15 minutes I kid you not I was in my sister’s car getting a ride to Hyannis for a flight to Boston , then New York and 2 days later back out to the bay area. And back on tour, 2 JGB shows at the stone .
I owe that girl a huge thank you and probably being so self centered back then never even gave her proper thank you. Jenifer and her twin sister Courtney from New York City area. Whom I had met on tour back in late summer of 1983 at the Hult shows Boise and Park west we all stayed in a Radisson Inn suites.