The Grateful Dead Performs ‘Brown-Eyed Women’ In 1992: Pro-Shot Video
The Grateful Dead shared pro-shot video of “Brown-Eyed Women” as the next installment in their All The Years Live series. The clip comes from GD’s July 1, 1992 concert at Buckeye Lake Music Center in Hebron, Ohio.
That show also featured a lengthy sit-in from opener Steve Miller during the second set that included the first “In The Midnight Hour” in nearly five years, as per The Setlist Program. The “Brown-Eyed Women” from Buckeye Lake in ‘92 came about halfway through the first set. The song was played exclusively as a first frame tune after 1978. Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux gave some context in his notes accompanying the video.
Read Lemieux’s notes below:
“One of Jerry’s most-played first [set] songs, with almost 350 live performances,” he wrote, “this version comes on the last day of the Summer Tour of 1992, after which the Dead would take a well-deserved, and needed, rest until December.”
Watch pro-shot video of “Brown-Eyed Women” from Buckeye Lake in ’92 below: