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Hampton Coliseum

Hampton, VA


Jerry Garcia Band

Fall 1993

November 19, 1993

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Set List

Set 1

  1. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
  2. Stop That Train
  3. Money Honey
  4. Lay Down Sally
  5. My Sisters And Brothers
  6. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love

Set 2

  1. Shining Star
  2. Struggling Man
  3. The Maker
  4. Don't Let Go >
  5. That Lucky Old Sun >
  6. Midnight Moonlight

  • Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals

  • John Kahn

  • Melvin Seals

  • David Kemper

  • Jacklyn LaBranch
    backing vocals

  • Gloria Jones
    backing vocals

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Mark McFarling | Tuesday, November 21st, 2023

The mothership. Warlocks were my first show at the mothership. Love that place, even enjoyed a phish show there. Also saw how deeply cracked the whole Deadhead scene had gotten. When 2 “Deadheads” start fighting over thier slanging relationship because one doesn’t think that bags of Chiva are an even swap for doses of Molly, but if it was bags of China White then yeah he would be OK with switching 30 bags of dope for 30 bindles of Molly. But Chiva prices maxed out at $20 and the China White or the Molly can be sold for up to $30. So his homeboy owed him something extra in the trade. Something like the Fishscale blow that they had just bought 100 grams of…. Finally 2 hippies start throwing punches until one gets hit jard, and he takes his backpack off and pulls out a full sized Smith and Wesson automatic. The scene has splintered.

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Landon Camper | Saturday, June 17th, 2023

Was in a meeting all day with a speaker who went to the Richmond show the night before. I actually paid attention. Another great show.

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Mick Etherington | Saturday, January 21st, 2017

Bruce Hornsby sat in for this show

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doug_the_ dude | Thursday, November 6th, 2014

Truly one of the best, most beautifully precious shows out there, at least that I’ve heard. This one is *extremely* special, and that’s the whole show, all the way through. The band was unstoppable that night. Bless all of you who helped that Shining Star stretch to 25+ minutes – it’s impossible not to get chills listening to that Hampton crowd and Jer sing against one other.

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Bill Kruckenberger | Saturday, September 20th, 2014

That fucking opener was the greatest Grateful Dead experience of my life. Jerry picked up the Coliseum and slung it around the universe for an amazing ride! He seemed to be standing on stage laughing as we sang the verses over and over in his homage. Truly unreal experience!! Thanks Jer