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Live at Veneta, OR 8/27/72
August 27, 1972...the New Riders on the bill with the Grateful Dead for what became one of the more legendary events of this subculture’s history. Chuck Kesey (brother of author and Merry Prankster icon Ken Kesey) put together this benefit concert, which quickly became known as the “Field Trip,” for the Springfield Creamery. View tracklist.

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Stonybrook, NY 3/17/73
March 17, 1973 and the New Riders of the Purple Sage are in their prime performing another night of mystical psychedelic cowboy rock and roll in the State University of New York at Stonybrook gymnasium. With songs from the forthcoming The Adventures Of Panama Red being debuted in their infancy on this tour, this crowd of students and the infamous Long Island NRPS heads were treated to an incredible night of music and high times. View tracklist.

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Live Austin, TX 6/13/75
The New Riders had been making Austin a home away from home for a few years by the time this middle night of a three-night run of performances came about. Bassist Skip Battin had been in the band for a full year now. Live at the Armadillo was mastered directly off of the original 1/4 track reel to reel recording and captures this night just as it was—in all of its hot, sweaty, beer-soaked and smoke-filled glory. View tracklist.

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17 PINE AVENUE
17 PINE AVENUE features 12 new songs, 7 of which were written by David Nelson and Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter, including "Prisoner of Freedom," "Fivio" and "Suite at the Mission." The NRPS renaissance continues to grow with the release of 17 Pine Avenue —psychedelic Americana at its finest. View tracklist.

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Boston, MA 12/05/72
Our second Live Archive Series release finds the Riders with their engines primed as they pull into the historic confines of Tremont Street's Boston Music Hall. Eric Andersen, who opened the show, guests on the evening's encores. View tracklist.

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Worcester, MA, TX 4/4/73
This first release in our Live Archive Series captures the band in their prime in the Spring of 1973 after a tour opening for the Grateful Dead in various East Cost cities. View tracklist.

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Winterland - San Francisco, CA 12/31/77
The New Riders of the Purple Sage celebrated the last evening of 1977 in great style performing a memorable New Year's Eve concert at San Francisco's Winterland with the Grateful Dead. This was the first time the New Riders were teamed up with the Dead for a gig in the Bay Area since the summer of 1974, and while emotions ran high, the music rises even higher. View tracklist.

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Where I Come From
Released in 2009, Where I Come From features songs written by David Nelson and Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter and is the first studio recording from the NRPS Renaissance, which includes Buddy Cage, Michael Falzarano, Ronnie Penque and Johnny Markowski. View tracklist.

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