1973-03-03 [Sat]

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Jerry Garcia - banjo, vocals
David Grisman - mandolin, vocals
Peter Rowan - acoustic guitar, vocals
John Kahn - acoustic bass
Guest Musicians
Chris Rowan (partial show) - vocals
Lorin Rowan (partial show) - vocals

[1] First known performance
[2] First known performance (by OAITW) last known performance 1961-08-01 by Jerry Garcia
[3] Final known performance
[4] Only known performance (by OAITW) and first time played by any act but played on 1987-10-15 by JGAB as guest
[5] Only known performance but played on 1975-02-20 by Good Old Boys as guest
[6] First known performance (by OAITW) last known performance 1964-04-14 by Jerry Garcia
[7] Final known performance (by OAITW)
[8] Only known performance (by OAITW) and final time played by any act last known performance 1964-04-14 by Jerry Garcia
[9] First known performance but played on 1969-02-19 by High Country as guest
[10] with Chris Rowan on vocals and Lorin Rowan on vocals
[11] First known performance (by OAITW) last known performance 1964-03-07 by Black Mountain Boys
[12] Only known performance (by OAITW) and final time played by any act last known performance 1964-01-10 by Black Mountain Boys
[13] Only known performance
[14] Garcia-Grisman duet
Average Song Gap
1.64
Set 1
Gap Analysis
Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
Going To The Races Peter Rowan 2 1
Dark Hollow Peter Rowan 2 1
Blue Grass Breakdown Instrumental 2 1
Tragic Romance
  • First known performance
  • David Grisman and Peter Rowan first 1
    The Willow Garden
  • First known performance (by OAITW) last known performance 1961-08-01 by Jerry Garcia
  • Peter Rowan first 1
    How Mountain Girls Can Love David Grisman, Jerry Garcia... 1 0
    Two Little Boys Peter Rowan 2 1
    Down Where The River Bends Peter Rowan 2 1
    New Camptown Races
  • Final known performance
  • Instrumental 2 last
    Knockin' On Your Door Peter Rowan 2 1
    Short Life Of Trouble
  • Only known performance (by OAITW) and first time played by any act but played on 1987-10-15 by JGAB as guest
  • Jerry Garcia first last
    Thirsty In The Rain
  • First known performance
  • Peter Rowan first 1
    Fireball Mail
  • Only known performance but played on 1975-02-20 by Good Old Boys as guest
  • Instrumental first last
    Land Of The Navajo
  • First known performance
  • Peter Rowan first 1
    Raw Hide
  • First known performance (by OAITW) last known performance 1964-04-14 by Jerry Garcia
  • Instrumental first 1
    Set 2
    Gap Analysis
    Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
    Riding On That Midnight Train
  • First known performance
  • David Grisman first 1
    Red Rocking Chair
  • Final known performance (by OAITW)
  • Peter Rowan 1 last
    Lonesome Road Blues
  • Only known performance (by OAITW) and final time played by any act last known performance 1964-04-14 by Jerry Garcia
  • Instrumental first last
    Mississippi Moon
  • First known performance
  • Peter Rowan first 15
    I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
  • First known performance but played on 1969-02-19 by High Country as guest
  • Peter Rowan first 1
    Till The End Of The World Rolls Round
  • First known performance
  • David Grisman first 1
    White House Blues Peter Rowan 1 2
    Katie Dear
  • with Chris Rowan on vocals and Lorin Rowan on vocals
  • Peter Rowan 2 2
    Love Please Come Home
  • First known performance (by OAITW) last known performance 1964-03-07 by Black Mountain Boys
  • Peter Rowan first 2
    Home Is Where The Heart Is David Grisman 2 6
    Panama Red Peter Rowan 1 1
    Hard Hearted
  • First known performance
  • Peter Rowan first 1
    Pike County Breakdown
  • Only known performance (by OAITW) and final time played by any act last known performance 1964-01-10 by Black Mountain Boys
  • Instrumental first last
    White Dove
  • First known performance
  • Jerry Garcia first 1
    Durham's Bull
  • Only known performance
  • Garcia-Grisman duet
  • Instrumental first last
    Old Joe Clark
  • Only known performance
  • Garcia-Grisman duet
  • Instrumental first last
    The Old Crossroads
  • Final known performance
  • Peter Rowan 1 last
    How Mountain Girls Can Love Peter Rowan 0 1
    Also Appearing
    Rowan Brothers
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    Notes
  • Per Kurt Huget, house took $1,100 this night. And yes, they played "How Mountain Girls Can Love" in both sets, in seeming homage to MG.
  • listing: San Francisco Chronicle, March 3, 1973, p. 35: "Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia will debut his new bluegrass band, Old And In The Way, featuring David Diadem and Peter Rowan tonight at San Anselmo's Lion's Share." Not quite right, of course, since OAITW debuted the night before, as noted in the Chron among other places.
  • listings: "Scenedrome," Berkeley Barb, March 2-8, 1973, p. 32; San Francisco Examiner, March 2, 1973, p. 28
  • lostlivedead: April 27, 1973, Keystone Berkeley: Old And In The Way (new date)
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