1975-03-23 [Sun]

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Jerry Garcia - electric guitar (lead), vocals
Bob Weir - electric guitar (rhythm), vocals
Phil Lesh - electric bass
Bill Kreutzmann - drums, perc
Keith Godchaux - keyboards
Mickey Hart - drums, perc
Guest Musicians
Ned Lagin (complete show) - keyboards
Merl Saunders (complete show) - keyboards

Complete Show:
Blues For Allah [1][2] > Stronger Than Dirt [1][2] > Drums [2] > Stronger Than Dirt [2] > Blues For Allah [2]

Encore:
Johnny B. Goode
[1] First known performance
[2] Released on Beyond Description (1973 - 1989) Bonus Disc
Average Song Gap
1.0
Show
Gap Analysis
Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
Blues For Allah >
  • First known performance
  • Released on Beyond Description (1973 - 1989) Bonus Disc
  • Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia, and... first 0
    Stronger Than Dirt >
  • First known performance
  • Released on Beyond Description (1973 - 1989) Bonus Disc
  • Instrumental first 0
    Drums >
  • Released on Beyond Description (1973 - 1989) Bonus Disc
  • Instrumental 1 1
    Stronger Than Dirt >
  • Released on Beyond Description (1973 - 1989) Bonus Disc
  • Instrumental 0 1
    Blues For Allah
  • Released on Beyond Description (1973 - 1989) Bonus Disc
  • Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia, and... 0 1
    Encore
    Gap Analysis
    Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
    Johnny B. Goode Bob Weir 1 5
    Title
    Studends Need Athletics Culture and Kicks SNACK Benefit
    Also Appearing
    Doobie Brothers, Graham Central Station, Mimi Farina, Jefferson Starship, The Miracls, Joan Baez, Santana, Tower of Power, Neil Young, and Bob Dylan
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    Notes
  • Entire show without Donna; FM Broadcast KIOI SF. Mimi Farina was billed but did not perform.
  • More fantastic photos and a write-up from opensfhististory.org
  • expost: Charles Perry, "Nine Hours of Peace, Love and Sports: Dylan, Brando and Co. Work for SNACK," Rolling Stone no. 186 (May 8, 1975): pp. 11-13, 15: "The reunited Dead came on to enthusiastic cheers. Their set was entirely taken. up with "Space Age," a long, nooding space shuffle written for the event." Graham calls it his own finest hour - raised $200k! See also John L. Wasserman, "They Did It For Graham," San Francisco Chronicle, March 26, 1975, p. 46 and "More on the World of Benefits," San Francisco Chronicle, August 18, 1975, p. 38.
  • gratefulseconds: S.N.A.C.K. March 23, 1975
  • lostlivedead: March 23, 1975: Kezar Stadium, San Francisco, CA: The SNACK Concert with Jerry Garcia And Friends (FM VIII)
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    Show Certainty
    Setlist Certainty
    Ticket Price
    $5.00 / $7.50
    Sellout
    Yes
    In Attendance
    60000