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In the spring of 1976, they suddenly reappeared with a film, The Grateful Dead Movie, and a live album, Steal Your Face, and between June 3 and October 15 they toured the U.S. I was 15 years old. The dead show in 76 may have been the first big concert I ever attended. I remember literally laughing out loud when the show started – I was so excited to be there. The original show was to take place on July 2nd or 3rd, and my me and two friends planned to catch the show and head to the Shore for the weekend. Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux talks June, 1976 | Rhino No one knew what it would be like once the Band regrouped. I’d been to the stadium before. Yes I remember Mr. Chips...his handler saying "he smokes cigarettes...smokes pot too!" Grateful Dead – Fall 1976 Thanks once again to Germain’s systematic uploads to etree, I managed to hear the entirety of the Grateful Dead’s midwest/east coast tour in the fall of 1976 and the two pairs of shows in California a week later. We had agreed that it had been much better than we’d expected when we were interrupted by a lot of noise coming from the stage. Didn't they also have fire works at that show, that spelled out the band members names? Again, in hindsight, I was probly better off right where I was. Visit the FAQ-Help Center for more info. This was my first show. For the most part getting in and out of the place was a nightmare and even worse when trying to pick up a friend on 440 hitching a mile after you have seen him and tripping with cops all over the place. In general and specifically about this show. The Grateful Dead’s Greatest Year ... Mickey Hart of those and other shows on the band’s spring ’77 tour. ... (1976), and the image is sometimes known by that name. View the statistics of songs played live by Grateful Dead. Deliveries may take longer than usual during this time. It was my first and worst show. Jerry's birthday party w/chimps was crazy. Find 1976 Grateful Dead setlists and past tour dates with the 1976 Grateful Dead Tour History on JamBase. In those days they tried to do cool stuff during intermission. 5 documents a concert the Grateful Dead gave at the Boston Music Hall on June 9, 1976, with six songs from their June 12 gig at the same venue thrown in for good measure. Looking high, looking low. 1976 was one of the loosest years for the Grateful Dead's improvisations. The Grateful Dead returned to full-time touring with a debut-filled performance at the Paramount Theatre in Portland, OR, on this day in 1976. The Dead weren’t touring then and when I bought tickets to hear Jerry again on 4/1/76, rumors were circulating that perhaps this was to be a Grateful Dead show. The Sisyphean Wall Of Sound had nearly broken the band. The band’s June “comeback tour” had consisted of 19 shows in the northeast and Illinois. Pole with a flag draping wood crossbar. 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Details about 1976 Jersey City NJ 1978 Eugene OR Grateful Dead CONCERT TICKET stub lot NYC See original listing. The Grateful Dead opened the show, and if I recall, they did not take the main stage. Anywho, 1st show. The singing was particularly good and I had to admit that Donna more than held her own. I think his name was Mr. Chips, the monkey, that is. ... as Weir once said of the '76 tour, they wanted to play "a little bit of all of it." $119.98. around the bicentennial. Actually saw NRPS more times than the dead. They’ve also shared a nine-minute version of “Friend of the Devil,” recorded live at New York’s Beacon Theatre. But years later I heard the tape and I didn't even want it. Ten years previous, RS was a romantic place to walk on a Friday or Saturday night. I also remember meeting up with a chick with a tee shirt that had a a big eye ball on it with the writting under it of: "I ball". GRATEFUL DEAD Monday, June 14, 1976 Beacon Theater – New York, NY Soundboard Recording Just as picking a show from the early 80’s can present a daunting task when it comes to knowing which way to turn first, June 1976 is like a microcosm of the same problem. Dead & Company Map Summer Tour Dates Months After Robert Hunter's Death, a Never-Heard Lyric Arrives June of 1976 marks a pivotal time in Dead history — … I recall the scene being a little tinged with danger. Well, a month later it was on and I was at my first full time job, so we couldn't get their until just before show time, racing from Brooklyn through the tunnel and over to the venue. This show was supposed to happen earlier. The natural gravitation to 1977 as the year of choice for many 'deadheads' often leaves 1976 looking like the younger brother of the high school quarterback. | The Grateful Dead has announced a new box set release, June ’76.The box set will include five previously unreleased full shows from the Dead’s 1976 return tour. Then there was that monkey getting pelted with stuff. He was gone the next year. The second set opened with Help On The Way > Slipknot! Activity Center, A.S.U., Tempe, AZ 10/6/77 (Thu) University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 10/7/77 (Fri) McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, CO 10/9/77 (Sun) It was an old, broken down piece of concrete that held maybe 30,000 or so people. Jerry came out clean-shaven about 3 hrs late in Boston cause they were dicking around with the Wall. Those kids lost their minds. Perhaps the lack of “pick-up-and-go” that characterized many of their other tours can account for the energy and cohesiveness that is … Packaged as a box set, it comprises five complete concerts on 15 CDs. I remember really enjoying the show. If anyone could bring a little joy to this type of situation, the Dead concert is one of the few cultural events (Jersey City had no culture) that can pull it off. Highly recommended; 12 cds for cheap. Unable to process your request at this time. All good things come to those who wait though. Size: 10 x 17 ½ . I think I was just out of HS. It would also be my first Grateful Dead show. Picks, Dead Track Grateful Dead on My JamBaseWe’ll notify you about new dates! Publication date 1976-06-28 (check for other copies) Topics Soundboard, Charlie Miller. I began to understand the magic rather quickly when the crowd vibed on "Looks Like Rain" with a collective whoop. ... as Weir once said of the '76 tour, they wanted to play "a little bit of all of it." There was a group that insisted on blowing things up in the stands. Mike, when I was posting today's shows over in the forum I was thinking about all the stuff i saw this week and flashed on that dang monkey on the motorcycle and a vivid memory of Parrish coming out to protect equipment up on the screens... came here to read comments and see if anybody else remembered that... Scher always had weird stuff during the breaks and preshow. Took busses, subways, Path Trains and Jersey City locals to get to show. Originally purchased over thirty five years ago directly from Randy Tuten, the artist. Thanks Adrey2 (see coment above) I was sitting here looking at a ticket stub for Jul 02, 1976, and trying to find the show. The band is known for its eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, country, jazz, bluegrass, blues, gospel, and psychedelic rock; for live performances of lengthy instrumental jams; and for its devoted fan base, known as "Deadheads." Grateful Dead June 1976 FLAC 192/24 . And I was really pumped to hear the band end the first set with Scarlet Begonias. MAY 1976 Dear Deadheads, The Grateful Dead is planning to go out for 18 gigs starting June 9th. But in June, the Dead began to tour and I bought tickets for the July 2nd show at Roosevelt Stadium in Jersey City, NJ. What a racist name, in hindsight :) My brother-in-law was a bit of a scam artist, and had badges made up that said we were from "NJ Sound Systems", and amazingly that got us into a small "back stage" area - not with the band, but it was one section of stadium-style seats adjacent to the side of the stage. It was weird. Wished I had seen more dead shows, but none of my friends were into it. For awhile, it was up in the air as to whether it would be re-scheduled at all. Company, Stickers & Beer bottles all over the place and those nasty old pee troughs. Have a look which song was … The thing I remember most were the clouds of dust, I don't think there was much of anything growing in the infield by this time. Collection, Dead & That was his favorite tune and they wailed on it for over eleven minutes! I remember like it was yesterday. Outstanding!! As a longtime sound engineer for the Grateful Dead, Dan Healy pioneered the way live music hits you in the gut—and he amassed a rich collection of tour tees along the way. I went back to where my group of friends was sitting in the stands for the rest of the show. View as: Grid List. However, the rock concert industry that the Dead had helped to create was ever growing, and the Dead participated in one of the formative events of its growth. Stay in the loop with email updates and find out about the latest releases, upcoming events, and news from Jerry's family and friends. The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California. June 1976 ALAC 44/16 Grateful Dead Available Now. It was a crappy place, but man i saw some great shows there from 73-76! Honestly, the show was not real terrific Best was Scarlet ending first set. That must have been in 73? I was 16. Anniversary, Dave's Almost two years prior, they had announced that they would end touring, as playing arenas and stadiums proved to be a money-losing pursuit. Being as the show was scheduled for just two days before the big Bi-Centennial celebration, I figured this would be one for the ages. A few bumps and burps in the recordings bur nothing major. Share your show calendar with like-minded music fans. "When it comes to humility, I'm the greatest!" More, Recreation & I thought Jerry was doing ship of fools just for me. I thought it was because I never saw the dead before so I didn't know what to expect. We sat in the back of the seats in this former minor league baseball stadium that, by this time was a hell hole, even by Jersey City standards. The band is known for its eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, country, jazz, bluegrass, blues, gospel, and psychedelic rock; for live performances of lengthy instrumental jams; and for its devoted fan base, known as "Deadheads." There’s a great video of this song that circulates and I can tell you that everyone was as happy to be at this long-awaited show, as the few folks on screen appear to be. Unable to process your request at this time. It was designed by Owsley Stanley and artist Bob Thomas, and was … Deliveries may take longer than usual during this time. Fireworks were to follow too, as this had originally been planned as the Bi-Centennial show. The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California. this was my first dead experience and it blew me away. 2 of the worst shows I've ever been to. I went to my first Jerry Garcia concert on 10/24/75. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1976 Vinyl release of Moonmadness on Discogs. My freaky brother-in-law took me for my birthday on the back of his chopper (and almost got into a fight with hell's angels when he wanted to race them). The kids behind us were way stoned and puking. Community | Dead 101 | Features | Show Archive As part of our pre-order for this Dead.net exclusive boxed set, we'll be delivering downloads of each listening party - one for each show included in JUNE 1976 - to purchasers from now until the March 20th release. Did the same public transportation thing as a lot of you did and got lost. Totally hooked form that point. The band’s June “comeback tour” had consisted of 19 shows in the northeast and Illinois. Two teens with their dad, in front of us, hoping and praying that it would be the first song......we told them NOT TO GET THEIR HOPES UP........and lo and behold......Box of Rain. The dead show was canceled. Sun, 08/01/1976 - 17:00. but gee, didn't notice 'til long after the show ;). Colt Park. As we were to find out over the years, getting to and back from the shows is half the fun :) and brings back so many crazy memories. Grateful Dead – Fall 1976 Thanks once again to Germain’s systematic uploads to etree, I managed to hear the entirety of the Grateful Dead’s midwest/east coast tour in the fall of 1976 and the two pairs of shows in California a week later. If you ever read this, Dad of those boys.......you did GOOD! During a very long break (standard back then) there was also a guy walking on hot coals or broken glass or something. ewwwwww. The rest of this tour is also well represented officially (Spirit of '76, Dicks #33, and 30 Trips). $30, $30 - Those kids and their enthusiasm completely MADE the show for us......and sadly, that was the last show we saw with Jerry. The same can NOT be said for Eric Clapton & Pink Floyd. The Bi-Centenial weekend. Getting home we got screwed on NJ Transit going the wrong way, so bunch of deadheads decided to serenade the rest of the train w/tunes. It was one of those RS shows. It was recorded from June 10 to June 19, 1976 at the Boston Music Hall in Boston, the Beacon Theatre in New York City, and the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, New Jersey. Grateful Dead Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC - Sep 23, 1976 Sep 23 1976 Grateful Dead William & Mary Hall, Williamsburg, VA - Sep 24, 1976 Sep 24 1976 Last updated: about an … My best shows where in '77 and '78 with Troy NY RPI fieldhouse being one of the best shows for me. Original Concert Poster From The Oakland Coliseum. $100, Over You could tell their father was Kvelling! '73-'74, Cornell The 41 shows the Grateful Dead played in 1976 constituted a kind of shakedown cruise for the band, which had gone on hiatus from live performing in October 1974 and given only four concerts during 1975. On August 4th, with the sun just starting to set behind the stage, the Dead came out and launched into Sugaree. Big deal. Great show all in all, with a nice ship of fools and an Other One with only one verse. GRATEFUL DEAD JUNE 1976 Grateful Dead Records (15-CD Box Set) 5 Stars. It turned out that Keith and Donna played on that date, but the rest of the band was hanging at home. The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California. The Dead had "retired" after their 1974 tour, due to an over ambitious two-year tour that featured the group's infamous Wall of Sound PA system. It seems like this was the first initiation to the Dead for many people. I grew up in JC, though I left as soon as I could drive, and really never returned. Dead.net Exclusive Limited Edition 15-CD Set Features Five Previously Unreleased Concerts Recorded During The Band’s 1976 Comeback Tour. About a month earlier Yes was 2 hours late taking the stage and someone did die. One on October 9 and one on October 10, 1976. Filename We mixed up some nice, nonelectric, Gin and Lemonade, and had a few bones. Paramount Theater, Portland, OR: 2 Shows 6/3/76 (Thu) 6/4/76 (Fri) Summer East Coast Tour: 17 Shows. The natural gravitation to 1977 as the year of choice for many 'deadheads' often leaves 1976 looking like the younger brother of the high school quarterback. Strange Trip, Pacific Northwest They had re-formed, after retiring from the road in October of 1974; drummer Mickey Hart had returned to the fold after a 5-year absence; and the group was just beginning the second major phase of their touring career. It's a moment you NEVER FORGET. Our exclusive interview with Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux hits this distinct era in the band’s history – the repertoire, the rehearsals and the resulting tour. I'm sure I was there we went to all the RS shows. Found out a few days later that a good friend of mine was working backstage that night and could have gotten me in. The place was a dump but we where able to hitch to and from Hauppauge LI to the show. The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California. Hey Wharf Rat Pete, i think the fireworks were at my first show also at Roosevelt on jerry's b'day on 1973. this was the night that in the car headed south on the turnpike i realized i had no shoes on...and had all sorts of little shards of glass and wire in them. Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA 6/9/76 (Wed) 6/10/76 (Thu) 6/11/76 (Fri) 6/12/76 (Sat) Beacon Theatre, New York, NY 6/14/76 (Mon) 6/15/76 (Tue) … But 1976 might just be the best kept secret in the world of Grateful Dead 'alternative' recordings, as heard on this live 1976 live FM broadcast recorded at the Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco. The year 1976 was one of the most important moments in the storied history of the Grateful Dead. as I recall it was John Shear Presents a local promoter in the area his Idea was to have shows between bands changing, the first was a juggler believe it or not he went on and off without a hitch the second was Mr.Jiggs a large chimp who rode a unicycle my friends egged me on being that we were in the third row and i had a good arm, so I threw the ball at the monkey and beened him in the head he fell off the bike and went absolutely nuts running to the end of the stage and screaming all the time staring right at me I thought he was gonna do a mighty Joe young the trainer talked him down and then we all got yelled at by shear, twenty years later I was driving a truck in paramis and I had the funny feling someone or something was staring at me I looked to my right and there he was all stapped in and staring up at me he looked pissed on the side of the RV it said Mr. Jiggs I rolled down the window and said yea it was me buddy it was me. The band was known for its unique and eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, bluegrass, blues, reggae, country, improvisational jazz, psychedelia and space rock, and … Fall Northwest Mini-Tour: 4 Shows. It was an electric evening for me. The venue may have sucked donkey dinkies but the Dead ALWAYS played great there. Microphones or cables unseen, hopefully added later when it was cooler out. Interesting stage in the Dead 's evolution, working Mickey Hart back into the lineup, before the drums /rhythm devils portion of the concert became routine. Grateful Dead Tour-by-Tour: 1976. Sort By. It was the one song I’d wanted to hear the most when I arrived that night. (This looseness faded away in 1977, as the shows became tighter and more structured.) View Details. Last show, Opening Song: Box of Rain. All of a sudden a hellicopter appeared and dropped bags of frizbees and tennis balls people were tossing them around the rest of the afternoon I stuffed a couple of tennis balls in my geans. The dead got some suits to sue and the show was back on. This was the last concert of any kind at this venue. This was the tour after the hiatus. i was one who was very happy this show was in August as i wanted to escape Philly on the over-hyped bicentennial weekend (and did, to a bluegrass festival in Vermont). Outstanding!! I was so excited however at finally seeing The Dead...I also remember the fireworks. at that people began throwing stuff at him. dead comment. > Franklin's Tower > Dancing In The Street > The Wheel > Samson And Delilah. 4, No. But as luck would have it, it rained on Friday, July 2nd – and instead of taking place the following night, as the ticket promised – the show was postponed until August 4th. The cool thing was that they knew we were all high but just said get the hell out of here. On this night it did not happen.The Stanley Theater was the one venue that could have helped, but shortly after The Dead played there, it was sold to Jehovah;s Witnesses and from what I heard of the renovations, revealed its possibilies. At the Intermission, I hung out in the field area with a couple of heads I’d met, going over the first set. On October 9 and 10, 1976, the Grateful Dead shared a bill with The Who for two days at the Oakland Coliseum Stadium. Grateful Dead June 1976 ALAC 44/16 . I was at the dead show at the stadium being five to seven minutes from the stadium we were at alot of shows this one was special. In the spring of 1976, they suddenly reappeared with a film, The Grateful Dead Movie, and a live album, Steal Your Face, and between June 3 and October 15 they toured the U.S. No cell phones then. Peace! & Company, Under Then he forgot about it. GRATEFUL DEAD Monday, June 14, 1976 Beacon Theater – New York, NY Soundboard Recording Just as picking a show from the early 80’s can present a daunting task when it comes to knowing which way to turn first, June 1976 is like a microcosm of the same problem. The Stage and the Lighting & Sound Booth before the Grateful Dead Concert begins at Roosevelt Stadium on 4 August 1976. I remember this show, it was the show where the Dead had to exit the parking lot at the same time as all of us. 1976 was a transitional year for the Grateful Dead. They still had a lot of freedom in their setlists, and as in 1974, they could drop an unexpected jam anywhere in the second set. I went to my first Jerry Garcia concert on 10/24/75. June 1976 is a live album by the rock band the Grateful Dead. (That was before wharf rat meetings!) June 1976 is a 15-disc Grateful Dead box set that celebrates the band's return to touring after what had been a surprisingly long and somewhat unexpected hiatus. I also saw Yes and Kiss there that same year.Can you believe there are some videos of this show on youtube! Another historical auction of Grateful Dead memorabilia, including Jerry's roladex from the Grateful Dead office! It turned out that Keith and Donna played on that date, but … Grateful Dead Concert Scenes Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download. I was right down front for all of it and recall being completely overwhelmed at hearing The Wheel. Photos Candid Concert Publicity Press; Lyrics; News; Dead101. Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site. Visit the FAQ-Help Center for more info. 77 was redeeming. GRATEFUL DEAD REVISIT JUNE 1976 WITH NEW FIVE-SHOW BOXED SET. So the dimbulb that threw the ball at Mr. Jiggs finally comes clean! $100, http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=grateful+dead+roosevelt+sta…, http://www.photog.com/gdead/70s/76/Roosevelt/index.html. But 1976 might just be the best kept secret in the world of Grateful Dead 'alternative' recordings, as heard on this live 1976 live FM broadcast recorded at the Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco. Jerry came out clean-shaven about 3 hrs late in Boston cause they were dicking around with the Wall. So of course the vibe was affected, the show is on, the show is off, the show is on. The monkeys name was Mr Jiggs and the last I heard he was bartending at a bar in NYC. i came away with some new ideas about the music scene and what was going on around me at that time and truly touched me in a way that i can never fully comprehend. Yea I remeber the film. - Bullwinkle Moose. Even w/all the nasty shit that happened in CT, I was hooked. New Year's Eve 1976-1977 is a timeless night of music that reminds us all that there really is no easy way to categorize the Grateful Dead, and there certainly is nothing like a Grateful Dead concert. From it spawned a Medusa head of countless side projects, all deliciously fruitful but woefully not the same as the whole. 1977, 50th June 1976 ALAC 44/16 Grateful Dead Available Now. Dead & Company Map Summer Tour Dates Months After Robert Hunter's Death, a Never-Heard Lyric Arrives June of 1976 marks a pivotal time in Dead history — … Some of the freaks thought it would be fun to throw stuff at the primate and the monkey's handler, nearly in tears exited the stage with him. Here is the ticket stubb: The monkeys name was mr. Jiggs, being from Kearny new Jersey we had the pleasure every year to see mr Jiggs little show at the high School, fourth of July Show. We'll try to find what you're looking for but in the meantime why not check out these sections of Dead.net? https://www.dead.net/archives/1976/photos/grateful-dead-roosevelt-stadium, 7" Singles ... having just returned from Europe and missed the theatre tour (fortunately good friends used my order form and went to the Beacon shows). Grateful Dead Live at Auditorium Theatre on 1976-06-28. by Grateful Dead. Yeah, the place was a dump but it was a great show. Yikes terrific I remember this tour -- the first east coast shows in forever. NRPS at Newark State Teachers College (aka Kean) in 1974 was first concert ever.Only thing I remember about Roosevelt 1976 was walking over bodies passed out in the dirt to get near the stage. October 10: After the October 9 show, the Who insisted that they would headline the following day. N'T recall band member names packaged as a Box set ) 5 Stars to walk on a bicycle banned the. 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