See Dead & Company's Setlists at Nassau Gigs on 2019 Fall Tour

Last night, November 6th, Dead & Company completed two nights at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York as part of their 2019 Fall Fun Tour across the East Coast.
The Grateful Dead spin-off band performed a total of 39 songs between both the nights, and the selections included a perfect mix of staples and deep cuts. Fun fact: these shows marked number 44 for Grateful Dead + D&C collectively at the venue! Nassau honored this milestone with a special banner.
Let's take a look at what they brought to Nassau for both the nights!

November 5th

On Tuesday night, Dead & Co started off the first set with perfect slow burner "Jack Straw," a classic off Europe '72. That wasn't the last lick off that album we'd hear in the set - they whipped our "Brown-Eyed Women" which was sandwiched in between "Peggy-O" and Bob Weir's "Looks Like Rain." They closed out the first set with a back-to-back helpings of Workingman's Dead hits - "Easy Wind," "Cumberland Blues" and "Casey Jones."
The second set lifted off with "Here Comes Sunshine," and was gifted with many more Dead deep cuts like "William Tell Bridge," "The Eleven" and "The Other One." They also did a cover of "Going Down the Road Feelin' Bad" and then "Not Fade Away" later on to close out the set. They encored with "U.S. Blues."
"St. Stephen"
See the full setlist below!
Dead & Company

November 6th

For their second night, D&C fired off the evening with "Feel Like a Stranger" to start off a seamless sequence of "New Speedway Boogie" and "Dire Wolf." After that they went into a gorgeous rendition of Bob Dylan's "When I Paint My Masterpiece" and finished off set one with "The Music Never Stopped."
For the send set, they did their classic Blues for Allah sequence of "Help on the Way," "Slipknot!" and "Franklin's Tower" before doing an extended version of "Dark Star," which interlaced "A Love Supreme" by John Coltrane in the middle.
"A love supreme"
Later on in the set they did the second verse of "The Other One" before ending on "Wharf Rat" and Bobby "Blue" Bland's "Turn On Your Love Light." They encored with on a heartfelt note with another Dylan number - "Knockin' on Heaven's Door."
See the full setlist here:
Dead & Company

D&C are now headed to for a two-night stay at Hampton, Virginia's Hampton Coliseum!
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Last updated: 11 Nov 2019, 20:53 Etc/UTC