Robert Hunter, Norton Buffalo and Friends, Wavy Gravy and the Lost Circus - A benefit (accoustic [sic]) for Camp Winnarainbow / Wheeler Auditorium, U.C. Berkeley, Friday, March 18, 1983

Robert Hunter, Norton Buffalo and Friends, Wavy Gravy and the Lost Circus - A benefit (accoustic [sic]) for Camp Winnarainbow / Wheeler Auditorium, U.C. Berkeley, Friday, March 18, 1983

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“Robert Hunter, Norton Buffalo and Friends, Wavy Gravy and the Lost Circus - A benefit (accoustic [sic]) for Camp Winnarainbow / Wheeler Auditorium, U.C. Berkeley, Friday, March 18, 1983,” Grateful Dead Archive Online, accessed November 26, 2014, http://www.gdao.org/items/show/382434.

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  • University of California, Santa Cruz. McHenry Library, Special Collections. 1156 High Street. Santa Cruz, CA, 95064. (831) 459-2547. speccoll@library.ucsc.edu

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  • ms0332_gra_00911

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  • ark:/38305/g47081m0

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corry342

I went to this. The "other" act, was a rare acoustic performance by Nick Gravenites and John Cipollina. I had to miss it for various reasons (not appropriate for a public forum). Norton Buffalo's friends were Mike Hinton and Johnny Vernazza. Hunter played solo, and was very enjoyable. Wheeler Auditorium was the big lecture hall in the English Dept building (Wheeler Hall), it seated a few hundred. I had been to many university lectures in that room, it was very strange to see a concert there, even an acoustic one. Corry

2014-10-21 19:51:49

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