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The 8th Annual Warrenton Bluegrass Folk Festival.

Lake Whippoorwill

Warrenton, VA


Old and in the Way

June 8, 1973

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Set List

Set 1

  1. Instrumental
  2. On And On
  3. The Willow Garden
  4. Mule Skinner Blues
  5. Land Of The Navajo
  6. 'Til the End of the World Rolls Around
  7. No It Ain't
  8. Lost

  • Jerry Garcia banjo, vocals

  • John Kahn

  • David Grisman
    mandolin, vocals

  • Peter Rowan
    guitar, vocals

  • Vassar Clements

Show Facts

A picture from the show appears in Old & In The Way's 1996 release "That High Lonesome Sound".

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Jill Floyd | Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Camped with our friends a band named Orphan who had been a back up band for Jonathan Edwards. It was surreal. Jonathan played his Shanty song as we all sat around a blazing fire singing along with him. We barely slept for a few hours anticipating a special appearance by Old And In The Way very early the next morning. The next thing I remember we were dancing in front of a very small stage to Old And In The Way around dawn. Jerry’s hair pulled into two pigtails, the music was clear and crisp and the audience was small and intimate. It was an amazing once in a lifetime experience, a magical stop on the way to the the Dead and Allman Brothers shows at RFK Stadium. Unfortunately we left our tent and camping equipment at the Fairgrounds and when we returned after the Dead shows on Monday the Fairgrounds were empty and our belongings were gone. Oh well. What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been.

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Buffalohunter Moore | Sunday, May 25th, 2014

Sunday morning, woke up to the sound of Jerry’s guitar floating over the hills on the wind, drifting into my ears as I lay in my sleeping bag. I jumped up and ran to the stage on the lake hoping the Dead had decided to make an early morning visit before their gig at RFK. I had made a choice to see Old and In The Way instead of the Dead that weekend. It seemed feasible the Dead might show. It was live. Other bands had made special unannounced appearances. I was so excited!!! Europe ’72 was being played on the sound system at a redneck blue grass event in Warrenton, Virginia? Yep! Sorry to leave you so abruptly that morning, Robin my dear.