The Grateful Dead

 TRIBUTOSAURUS BECOMES THE GRATEFUL DEAD 9/14-15/2012, MARTYRS
 
FRIDAY
I
THE GOLDEN ROAD
Me/Gram co-vox
CASEY JONES
JACK STRAW
Gram co-vox, Gerald vox
BOX OF RAIN
Temple/Curt vox
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
Mandolin 
PLAYING IN THE BAND
Gram vox, JP harms
DIRE WOLF
Kris n vox, pedal steel 
SCARLET BEGONIAS
Temple harms
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN
Kris N vox
 
II
THROWING STONES
Many harms at end
ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT
Gram vox, sax
IT MUST HAVE BEEN THE ROSES
Curt vox, J/Temple harms, Mando
CASSIDY
JG harms, Mando
CUMBERLAND BLUES
Curt co-vox, JG harms, Mando, banjo
HE’S GONE
DRUMS  SPACE 
SAMSON & DELILAH
Gram vox, Temple harms
SUGAR MAGNOLIA
Pedal steel/slide @ end 
 
Encore: BROKEDOWN PALACE
Gram vox, Gerald vox (front) 
 
TRIBUTOSAURUS BECOMES THE GRATEFUL DEAD 9/14-15/2012, MARTYRS
SATURDAY
I
CUMBERLAND BLUES
Curt co-vox, JG harms, Mando, banjo
HE’S GONE 
PLAYING IN THE BAND
Gram vox, JP harms
THROWING STONES
Many harms at end
ROUND AND ROUND
Curt vox, Temple harms, sax
THE GOLDEN ROAD
Me/Gram co-vox
FRANKLIN’S TOWER
ESTIMATED PROPHET
Temple harms, Sax
JACK STRAW
Gram co-vox, Gerald vox
II
SUGAR MAGNOLIA
Pedal steel/slide @ end 
CASEY JONES 
DRUMS  SPACE 
SAMSON & DELILAH
Gram vox, Temple harms
BOX OF RAIN
Temple/Curt vox
IT MUST HAVE BEEN THE ROSES
Curt vox, J/Temple harms, Mando
CASSIDY
JG harms, Mando
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
Mandolin 
SCARLET BEGONIAS 
Temple harms
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN
  Gram vox, sax?
BROKEDOWN PALACE
Gram vox, Gerald vox (front) 
Encore: ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT
Gram vox, sax
 
 
Guests:
Jon Gram – vox, gtr (Uncle John’s Band)
Brian Wilkie – gtr, pedal steel 
Gerald Dowd-Drums (Robbie Fulks)
Larry Beers – drums
Kalyan Pathak - Percussion
Jon Spiegel – gtr, banjo (The Otters)
Kris Nowak – vox, gtr (Cornmeal)
Don Stiernberg -- mandolin
Pat Mallinger – saxophone (Sabertooth)
Temple Schultz -- vox

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  • Fred Simon

    Fred Simon

    I have a foggy memory of having played keys on this gig, but find no mention of it here ... was it all just a beautiful psychedelic dream? Grateful Fred

    I have a foggy memory of having played keys on this gig, but find no mention of it here ... was it all just a beautiful psychedelic dream?

    Grateful Fred

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