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Goldcoast Concert Bowl

Squaw Valley, CA


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Set List

Set 1

  1. Jack-A-Roe
  2. Spring In California
  3. Grateful Dawg
  4. Louis Collins
  5. Off To Sea Once More
  6. Friend Of The Devil
  7. Two Soldiers
  8. So What?

Set 2

  1. Russian Lullaby
  2. Dawg's Waltz
  3. The Thrill is Gone
  4. Old Rocking Chair
  5. Arabia
  6. Eat My Dust*
  7. Ripple*

Show Notes

* w/ Bela Fleck
Bill Graham's last big project.

  • Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals, banjo

  • David Grisman
    mandolin, vocals, banjo

  • Jim Kerwin

  • Joe Craven
    violin, percussion

Additional Acts:
  • Bela Fleck and the Flecktones
  • Booker T. & the M.G.'s
  • Neville Brothers

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Ananda Vance | Saturday, July 9th, 2016

I was miracled this show and what a blessing it was!

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Dave Olson | Sunday, September 7th, 2014

Came across some photos a friend found in a shoe box or wherever old photos end up. He snapped pix with his iphone and sent along the memories. When posting up a little photo essay, i wrote this blurb as “a cover to the book” so to speak.

Squaw Valley Daydream

Jerry Garcia and David Grisman headlined a festival way up in the Gold Coast Concert bowl sort built out of a ski bowl area of Squaw Peak or something… All the show details are curated for your inspection at: [ref to here].

Other acts included:
Bela Fleck and the Flecktones
Booker T. & the M.G.’s
Neville Brothers

A favourite memory is Bela Fleck joining Jerry and Dave for a Ripple encore while the sun set in the mountains – a performance which changes lives.

These photos are the artifacts from Mr. W Knapp of Provo who has keep them safe for posterity. The folks therein are from the Pacific and Inter-mountain regions of the US and Canada and often rambled in various buses and vans to concerts – usually featuring some The Grateful Dead, or some permeation thereof.

Yeah, these were good times. If you see yourself, say hallo.