109 minutes | Jan 15, 2020

Episode 62: San Diego, CA Night 1 11/6/95

With all of the hype around the new album and tour announcements, we're still gonna stick around in the past and talk about some of the best shows of this band's history to help you get hyped for all of the exciting events in the coming months! This week we'll dip into another Vitalogy era show that was a make up date from the infamous Golden Gate Park show. Joining us for this episode is Patreon subscriber Debra McMurtrey who recounts being a 16-year old at this show. Debra's stories are what makes this episode stand out. You'll get to hear how she initially acquired tickets to this show and her reaction when she found out it was canceled, and then her long journey of the band rescheduling this show as one of the last stops of the tour. She was crushed in the pit, crowd surfed to Animal and had a religious experience during songs like Rearviewmirror. All while her mom attempted to get some work done while chaperoning. We'll also talk about The Ramones who opened for the band at both of the San Diego shows on their way to their final tour of their career. 30 minutes of catchy, hard-hitting punk rock to open the show and make way for Pearl Jam who were at their classic 1995 best. Highlights to look forward to from this show include Immortality, Long Road and Corduroy. If you want to be like Debra and have an opportunity to join the show, head on over to our Patreon and become a subscriber! You get access to weekly exclusive episodes including live song evolution and Bridge School shows, engaging forum discussion and the chance to select a show for us to cover on the podcast! Head on over to patreon.com/liveon4legs to subscribe and be a part of an awesome team! Thanks to all of our patrons for helping us surpass 20 subscribers!
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