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The Grateful Dead – RFK Stadium, Washington, DC – June 10, 1973 is the Live Album of The Week! Now Playing is ‘Burn Down The Mission’ by Elton John Live In Barcelona and Sunday Night is Unplugged at Live Jam, Where Every Song Played is the Live Version!

The Live Album of the Week is The Grateful Dead – RFK Stadium, Washington, DC – June 10, 1973!

Listen to FOUR (4) plus hours of Live Grateful Dead on the newly released 4 CD Set!

The Grateful Dead was an influential rock band that emerged in the 1960s and became known for their blend of improvisation, folk, blues, and psychedelic rock. Their music was unique and influential, paving the way for subsequent generations of artists. Their performance on June 10, 1973, at RFK Stadium was a pivotal moment in their career, and this concert signified the band’s growing popularity and influence in the music industry.

RFK Stadium was a fitting venue for The Grateful Dead’s performance, as it had previously welcomed some of the biggest names in music, such as The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Their concert was an unforgettable experience for those in attendance, with the band delivering a mesmerizing performance that showcased their musical prowess.

The audience was treated to a setlist that featured some of the band’s most notable songs, including “Dark Star,” “Playing in the Band,” and “Casey Jones.” The atmosphere was electric, with fans swaying and dancing to the music. The band members themselves were in top form, feeding off the energy of the crowd and delivering an unforgettable performance. The concert was a masterclass in improvisation and a testament to the band’s musical depth and versatility.

In conclusion, The Grateful Dead’s performance at RFK Stadium in 1973 was an essential moment in the band’s history and a significant milestone for the music industry. Their music continues to influence generations of artists, and their legacy remains intact today.

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Widely Considered One Of The Grateful Dead’s Seminal Performances, RFK Stadium, Washington, DC – June 10, 1973 Belongs On The Shortlist Of Must-Hear Dead Concerts. The Allman Brothers Band’s Dickey Betts And Butch Trucks Lent A Hand During The Encore.

Release Date: March 31, 2023


Label: Geffen


On July 6, 2019, The Who Headlined A Sell-Out Show At The World-Famous Wembley Stadium In London For The First Time In 40 Years. Accompanied By A 57-Piece Orchestra, They Performed Their Classic Hits And A Few Surprises. The Who With Orchestra: Live At Wembley Captures This Special Show In All Its Audio And Visual Glory.
Sunday Night's

Unplugged

Monday Night's

MetalMania Live

Tuesday Night's

Don Plays Zappa Live

Set List begins ‘From the Bottom, To The Top’:

Wednesday Night's

Get The Led Out Live

Thursday Night's

Grateful Dead Dead Man's Party

Grateful Dead Man’s Party Latest  Set List (from the Bottom to the Top):

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