Feb 20, 2012

November 1969: Show Announcements

Friday and Saturday, November 7 and 8, at 9 pm at the Old Fillmore Auditorium, corner of Fillmore and Geary Streets, you will have a chance to hear the band that put San Francisco on the map -- the N.Y. Times says, "They may make the greatest rock of all."
THE GRATEFUL DEAD!
Thrill to the electrifying guitar wizardry of Jerry Garcia.
Gasp at the audacity of the legendary Pig Pen, to whom shame is but a word in the dictionary.
Grope to the exotic jungle rhythms of Mickey Hart and his sidekick, Bill ---
in one of their final Bay Area appearances of the decade
THE GRATEFUL DEAD!
Bop on down to the old Fillmore, Friday night where anything can happen and usually does.
Fun for kids from 2 to 82...
Only $2.50

From a GD press release.
A similar release was used for the November 15 Moratorium Day show in Crockett:


You will have a chance to celebrate the hope of peace with the band that makes unity seem like music--
The N.Y. Times says, "They may make the greatest rock of all."
THE GRATEFUL DEAD
Thrill to the electrifying guitar wizardry of Jerry Garcia.
Breathe with the booming bass of Phil Lesh, the fastest bass player of them all.
Gasp at the audacity of the legendary Pig Pen, to whom shame is but a word in the dictionary.
Grope to the exotic jungle rhythms of Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann.
THE GRATEFUL DEAD
and appearing with them,
THE BLACK DIAMOND BLUES BAND

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