Grateful Dead: Fare Thee Well - 06.28.15, Santa Clara, CA Trailer (2015)
"What a long strange trip it's been."28 June 2015Music212 mins
The second of five farewell concerts by the 4 remaining members of the Grateful Dead performed on June 28, 2015 in Santa Clara, CA. SET 1: Tuning, Feel Like A Stranger, Inglewood Blues, Brown-Eyed Women, Loose Lucy, Loser, Row Jimmy, Alabama Getaway, Black Peter, and Hell In A Bucket. SET 2: Tuning, Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Tdodeloo, Wharf Rat, Eyes Of The World, He's Gone, Drums-Space, I Need A Miracle, Death Don't Have No Mercy, Sugar Magnolia, and Brokedown Palace.
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