Photo by Matt Busch via Dead & Company’s Facebook page

Dead & Company debuted “Foolish Heart” during their show at Boulder, CO’s Folsom Field last night. The Grateful Dead introduced the song in 1988 and released it as a single for their final studio LP, Built to Last. Though the surviving members of the Dead played the tune a few times in 2003 and 2004, once in 2009 and during Fare Thee Well in 2015, Dead & Company had yet to unearth the selection before last night.

The ensemble also offered a completely segued sequence during their second set last night, opening with two other songs associated with the Dead’s 1980s period recently debuted by Dead & Company: Traffic’s “Dear Mr. Fantasy” and The Beatles’ “Hey Jude.” From there, the musicians moved into “Help on the Way,” “Slipknot!,” “Franklin’s Tower,” “Drums,” “Space,” Miles Davis’ “Milestones,” Bob Dylan’s “All Along the Watchtower,” Henry Whitter’s “Going Down the Road Feelin’ Bad” and Bonnie Dobson’s “Morning Dew.” The outfit then closed things off with an encore consisting of “Terrapin Station” and “One More Saturday Night.”

Dead & Company will perform in Maryland Heights, MO on Tuesday.