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    Widespread Panic Concludes St. Augustine Run With War & “Coconut” [Videos]

    Widespread Panic made their triumphant return to St. Augustine over the weekend with three shows at the beloved St. Augustine Amphitheatre. The tale of “Never Miss A Sunday Show” rang true as the southern rock cohorts delivered their final night of original rockers, eclectic covers, and extended jams galore. As the band shies away from […]

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    Jay-Z, Run The Jewels, Migos, & More Top Opening Night Of The Meadows [Photos]

    The Meadows Music And Arts Festival has officially begun at Citi Field in Queens, New York, boasting some of the biggest names in the music scene today in addition to hosting a highly curated lineup of renowned local food vendors. The immersive festival experience in the heart of New York City is all about diversity, offering attendees a bountiful selection […]

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    Full Show Footage From Spafford’s Baker’s Dozen Late Night [Pro-Shot]

    Spafford recently took to New York City for a late-night performance at B.B. King Blues Club and Grill. The sold-out show served as an after-party for the penultimate night of Phish’s Baker’s Dozen residency at Madison Square Garden and kept the party going until early in the morning following “Boston Cream” night. The room was packed to the brim with people, and […]

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    Paul McCartney Welcomes Bruce Springsteen & Steven Van Zandt For Double Performance In NYC

    Paul McCartney is officially on the road with his One on One tour, with two spectacular nights in New York City this weekend at Madison Square Garden. Friday night kicked off the NYC run with a 40-song setlist, 6 1/2 song encore, and special guest Bruce Springsteen. The setlist featured dozens of classics from the most beloved catalog in […]

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    Dopapod Announces New Album, Fall Tour, And Year-Long Hiatus

    Dopapod dropped some surprise news this morning. With the announcement of their fifth studio album, MEGAGEM, due out October 27, which will be supported by a lengthy fall tour through New Year’s Eve, the band has also announced that they will take a year hiatus. “Following seven years of ceaseless touring, the sabbatical is a blueprint […]

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    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Red Rocks Debut With Oteil Burbridge Is Being Webcast Tonight

    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead were scheduled to make their Red Rocks Amphitheatre headlining debut last April, but the performance was rescheduled to 1st Bank Center in Broomfield due to severe weather. It had a lot of fans, who traveled long distances to see the Grateful Dead-inspired quintet perform the beloved venue, bummed out about the change in plans. However, […]

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  • Category: Features

    Listen To The Grateful Dead Debut ‘Shakedown Street’ At Red Rocks In 1978

    By 1978, the Grateful Dead were a lean mean music machine. With a firmly cemented lineup that included Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, Keith Godchaux and Donna Jean Godchaux, the band continued to press their songwriting abilities to their fullest potentials. Some of the band’s best songs were written in the late 1970s, like “Terrapin Station,” […]

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    Phil Lesh, Terrapin Family Band, Melvin Seals, & Nicki Bluhm Perform In Central Park [Audio]

    The Grateful Dead movement continues, as Phil Lesh & Friends packed Central Park SummerStage on Wednesday night to a crowd of fans old and new. Following a Phil-filled weekend at LOCKN’ Music Festival— which saw the Grateful Dead bassist reunite with Bob Weir to recreate the seminal 1977 Grateful Dead album, Terrapin Station, perform an entire set with members of moe., and […]

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  • Category: Features

    The Beatles Played Their Final Official Concert On This Day In 1966 [Audio]

    As Beatlemania flooded fans in America and the UK throughout the mid-1960’s, The Beatles were overwhelmed by the sheer volume of screeching fans at all of their performances. Around that same period in their career, the band started to get more serious about their music, opting for a more psychedelic and immersive approach on albums like Revolver and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts […]

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    Watch The Grateful Dead’s Famed Old Renaissance Performance From 1972

    By 1972, there was no denying the sheer force of the Grateful Dead, their fanbase, and their music. The Deadhead community was firmly established, filled with peace-and-love seekers eager to chase the music around the country. The Dead, in turn, toured religiously, and brought their music to the Old Renaissance Faire Grounds in Veneta, OR on this day 45 years ago […]

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