Grateful Dead Fare Thee Well Ticket stub

Day 29 – He’s Gone

This version of He’s Gone was recorded on May 6, 1981 at Nassau Coliseum on Long Island.


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To commemorate and celebrate the 50 year musical legacy of the Grateful Dead, an iconic American band and California favorite, we bring you “50 Days of The Dead”.

We are curating a list of fan favorites around the country from among the thousands of shows featuring the Grateful Dead, The Jerry Garcia Band along with a few surprises from artists who faithfully continue to carry on the spirit of the Dead.

Every Deadhead has their own favorite list of performances from thousands of shows. We’ll be touching upon just 50 picks culled over 50 years from fans who enjoy sharing the music.

We hope you enjoy this trip celebrating “50 Days of the Dead” with us and invite you to send us your favorite Dead shows or song performances you can’t live without. You just might see it posted here.

Click to follow the entire series: 50 Days of the Dead

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