Show Details


Community War Memorial Auditorium

Rochester, NY

USA

Jerry Garcia Band

November 20, 1991

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Set List

Set 1

  1. Cats Under The Stars
  2. Stop That Train
  3. Money Honey
  4. Simple Twist Of Fate
  5. Lay Down Sally
  6. Like A Road Leading Home
  7. Deal

Set 2

  1. The Way You Do The Things You Do
  2. Waiting For A Miracle
  3. Shining Star
  4. Ain't No Bread In The Breadbox
  5. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
  6. Tangled Up In Blue

Encore

  1. (What A) Wonderful World

  • Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals

  • John Kahn
    bass

  • Melvin Seals
    keyboards

  • David Kemper
    drums

  • Jaclyn LaBranch
    backing vocals

  • Gloria Jones
    backing vocals



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Marty Martin | Saturday, March 18th, 2017

was there with Wayne. turns out my future wife was also there. wouldn’t meet her until 16 years later in ohio

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Steven Jemison | Friday, July 17th, 2015

I drove up to Rochester from Hobart College, it was my senior year. I saw a bunch of this tour in the upstate NY region but this show was hands down my favorite. Super low-key vibe outside of the War Memorial and I remember feeling as though the JGB Band had still somehow been kept a secret after all these years! The scene outside felt as real as I could have imagined, especially considering how late it was in Jerry’s career. My buddy and I entered inside to find more of the same ow-key vibe. It was GA seating everywhere yet no one was in a hurry to claim seating. The War Memorial was a small indoor hockey rink and it was standing room only on the floor. We were stoked!!! We made are way to the stage with ease and I set my beer down on it while we waited. It wasn’t long before the fat man took the stage and man did he deliver. Out of all I saw this tour, this night sounded the best musically. Jerry and the band were tight and I remember really digging second set. I also remember I ran into Dave Wesson, a Summit alumni and he was literally standing right next to me during the show. Good times all around!