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French's Camp on the Eel River

Piercy, CA


Jerry Garcia Band

August 10, 1991

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Set List

Set 1

  1. The Way You Do The Things You Do
  2. And It Stoned Me
  3. You Never Can Tell [C'est La Vie]
  4. Waiting For A Miracle
  5. Struggling Man
  6. My Sisters And Brothers
  7. Deal

Set 2

  1. Shining Star
  2. Think
  3. Lay Down Sally
  4. Twilight
  5. See What Love Can Do
  6. Lazy Bones
  7. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love

  • Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals

  • John Kahn

  • Melvin Seals

  • David Kemper

  • Jacklyn LaBranch
    backing vocals

  • Gloria Jones
    backing vocals

Additional Acts:
  • Clan Dyken
  • Wooden Ships

Show Facts

This show has been officially released as part of the "Electric on the Eel" box set collection.

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James Clark | Monday, June 26th, 2023

Great, great show. One of the most hippie things I have ever done. Everyone swimming naked in the Eel, grooving to Jerry. He really seemed to be having a great time. One question though – I have my ticket stub, and a picture of the concert poster – both say 7/13/1991? What happened?

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PAUL N GOMEZ | Friday, March 15th, 2019

Jeannine and were at this show…SUPER! To the guy from Ohio visiting his sister in Albany, OR, who met me in my bar, and got a last minute ticket, who traveled with us in his small pickup truck behind our 1972 Neptune colored VW Campmobile…reach out! We stayed at the KAO across the road, enjoyed the pre and post show festivities…had a picnic in park in Grant’s Pass, OR…We hope you are well…We will upload photos…lots of years have passed but we remember it all so well!

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Brandon Walsh | Thursday, January 21st, 2016

There was a shower up on the hill overlooking the stage. You could see and hear the band fine whilst dancing in the shower. Quite a few people were naked up there, if I remember correctly. πŸ™‚ A really cool, mellow scene in a BEAUTIFUL place.

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Mark Seka | Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

I was there and this was IMHO a spectacular show. Twilight was without a doubt a highlight – such a melancholy and effortlessly beautiful song.

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hockey john Cod/john | Monday, May 25th, 2015

Best rendition of “Twilight Time ” to me at least. Seems flawless. Plus the sound on the tape on sugarmegs is outstanding. Usually the case when he played somewhere more then once anyway. I think tapers always got feel for certain place if been there before.
I wish I were in attendance for this show. saw the other 2 times JGB played here. But was home getting sober by this time. Amazing to still be sober 25 years later.
love to all…

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