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Grateful Dead & Allman Bros ☮ Not Fade Away, 6-10-73

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Published on Sep 25, 2010

Dickey Betts joins the Dead for the first half of Not Fade Away into Going Down the Road from the Grateful Dead & Allman Brothers show at RFK Stadium.

The full concert can be listened to here::

http://www.archive.org/details/gd1973...

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Jim Kirby
I was about 15 feet from the stage when they played this.  This was after midnight on Sunday, June 10, 1973.  The show had started with Wet Willie from about 12:30 to 2:30, the Allman Bros from 3-6:30 and the Dead from 7-12:30.  Then Dickie came out and jammed with the Dead for another hour or so.  Definitely a great day in my rock'n'roll history.
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Some guy you're not familiar with just yet
Jerry never died he's playing everywhere at all times. Good vibrations don't ever die. We will but they won't.
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jciazza1
My first Dead show ( Allman's too ) . Also where I saw Jerry 22 years later at his next to last show , accompanied by my sister who'd driven me and friends downtown for the first one .Perfect Zen circle , with hundreds of Kind adventures in the middle  !
mark morse
so used to hearing Jerry's clean lead. to hear Dickeys Vintage Gibson leads on different pick ups is just classic. This is hall of fame dhit ppl. Best top 5 guitarists in anyone's book with knowledge sparring. Holy crap I love the internet!!!!!!
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brian adams
9 people need their thumbs broke.
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Patricia Kleber
I was at RFK in 1973, the Dead played for hours probably because the Allman Bros were too screwed up. Great times!! I had to lie to my parents saying I was over my college roommates house and 3 of us went to D.C. to see this concert. We were 19 yo. Wow this takes me back!!
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David Schildkraut
I was at this show at RFK Stadium in 1973. They also did a great Sugar Magnolia. Ran into Butch Trucks (may he R.I.P.) backstage.
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gary hadden
die hard metal head..my fault..baked and enjoying this Great tune
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Billj Nicoll
To hear Dickey and Jerry jam together always makes me smile.
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Doug Stuber
Thanks.  It's quite a summer with Phish out there, the Dead bye-bye and Gregg allman around with the Doobie Brothers and Derek Tricks and Susie still strong..  How about Warren haynes and Phil Lesh withSantana September 14th in Arlington, VA?!?!?!?
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