Joe Russo’s Almost Dead wrapped-up a three-night run at Montclair, NJ’s Wellmont Theatre last night. During the ensemble’s first set, they busted out the rarely played Grateful Dead song “Alice D. Millionaire” for the first time since December 16, 2016. 

The Dead played “Alice D. Millionaire”–which is taken from a newspaper headline about Owsley Stanley being arrested–a few times in 1966, before the song was shelved for decades. Phil Lesh & Friends revived the tune in 2002, and the bassist has occasionally played the number in different settings ever since.

JRAD’s fall tour continues at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Palladium on October 22. 

Here’s a look at last night’s show via

Saturday, October 9, Wellmont Theatre, Montclair, NJ 
Set I:
Catfish John
Jack Straw
Black-Throated Wind
Alice D. Millionaire
Scarlet Begonias
Fire on the Mountain

Set II:
Row Jimmy
Let It Grow
Terrapin Station
Looks Like Rain

Brokedown Palace