Show Details

FM Broadcast WNEW New York


Raceway Park

Englishtown, NJ

USA

Grateful Dead

September 3, 1977

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Show Notes

* Band left the stage for a few minutes after Samson And Delilah.


  • Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals

  • Bob Weir
    guitar, vocals

  • Phil Lesh
    bass, vocals

  • Bill Kreutzmann
    drums

  • Mickey Hart
    drums

  • Keith Godchaux
    keyboards

  • Donna Jean Godchaux
    vocals

Additional Acts:
  • Marshal Tucker
  • New Riders of the Purple Sage

Show Facts

This show has been officially released as "Dick's Picks Vol. 15".



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Mary Mortimer | Wednesday, September 5th, 2018

Was Backstage as a guest of NRPS seeing all those people and all the Bands was a memory I will never forget Also meeting Jerry and Bob was very memorable IT WAS A GRATE DAY

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stephen pryzlakowski | Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

great show great time

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Frank Bordelon | Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Over 100 degrees, waded through knee deep mud for water, but it was all worth it. Arrived early in the morning with a Charted Bus, and about at least 6 car loads of us. We were already tuned up and ready for a great show. It started out with the New Riders playing one of the best shows of theirs I ever saw then The Marshall Tucker Band really took the show to another level getting everybody ready for the Main event, an incredible show preformed by the band, and Capt. Trips was masterful! Our crew had such a great time, that I don’t remember driving home out to Long Island. Wow!!! What a long Strange trip it was! This concert is one of my very favorite shows of the band. It has a special place all reserved in my memory of a lifetime of Grateful Dead shows. Personally, I especially loved that night’s versions of He’s Gone, Bertha, Mississippi Half Step, Peggy-O and Terrapin Station. But, with a concert like this one, every song was tight and Jerry & the Band wailed! What more can you as for?

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Stephen Dill | Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

I worked a concession stand for this show, arriving the night before to watch the sound check and take turns watching the show from the back of the ice truck during a very hot day. Quite memorable!

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Rick Brenner | Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Best Eyes of the World ever!