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  • Category: News

    Watch Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Debut Bob Dylan’s “Shelter From The Storm” [Pro-Shot]

    At the tail end of April, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead was scheduled to make their first headlining Red Rocks Amphitheatre appearance with support from Medeski, Martin, & Wood. Unfortunately, their performance was moved to an indoor venue—1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colorado—due to a snow storm, with their show on April 29th instead marking the Grateful Dead-inspired group’s first-ever headlining arena […]

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  • Category: Features

    Reliving Johnny Cash’s Greatest Live Performances On The Anniversary Of His Death [Videos]

    “Hello, I’m Johnny Cash…” On this day in 2003, the world said goodbye to one of the most iconic musicians in American history, Mr. Johnny Cash. Over the course of the “outlaw country” pioneer’s nearly 50-year career, cemented his legacy as one of the highest-selling recording artists in the world, with his total record sales topping […]

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  • Category: News

    Bob Dylan Announces Fall Tour With Mavis Staples

    Legendary singer, songwriter and, as of last year, Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan announced a 21-date fall tour. Following the release of his 38th studio album, Triplicate, Dylan will embark on a national tour starting in mid-October and ending in mid-November. In addition to his band, Bob Dylan will be joined by the amazing Mavis Staples for the entire […]

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  • Category: Album Reviews

    Gregg Allman Delivers Emotional Farewell On ‘Southern Blood’

    Gregg Allman lived life loudly and proudly, becoming one of the biggest rock stars of our time with the Allman Brothers Band. Today, his final album, Southern Blood, which was recorded as Allman’s health steadily declined, has been posthumously released, and the legendary musician’s memory and an air of finality permeate each track. While the world honors […]

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  • Category: Exclusives

    A Tale Of Twisted Fate: Author Howard F. Weiner On How The Dead Revived Bob Dylan’s Career

    L4LM contributing writer Bob Wilson recently interviewed Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan author/mega-fan Howard F. Weiner to discuss his latest book Dylan & the Grateful Dead: A Tale of Twisted Fate. The book delves into how the Dead were responsible for reviving Dylan’s career in the 1980’s, a time when the icon’s career was in […]

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  • Category: Features

    Bob Dylan Introduced The Beatles To Marijuana And Changed Music Forever, On This Day In 1964

    If you ever wondered who took the clean cut members of the Beatles and turned them into psychedelic, soul searching songwriters, look no further than Bob Dylan. On this day in 1964 (so the story goes), Dylan introduced John, Paul, George, and Ringo to the glories of smoking marijuana. Dylan, who had just played a show with Robbie Robertson, Levon Helm […]

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  • Category: Features

    RIP Glen Campbell: From Sinatra to Rhinestone Cowboy

    Country-pop legend Glen Campbell passed away yesterday at the age 81 from Alzheimer’s complications. While those closest to him lost a beloved husband, father, and trusted friend, the world lost a musician who made an indelible mark on the music scene. His battle with the insidious disease and his final concert tour was the subject […]

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  • Category: News

    Watch Bob Weir Join John Mayer For Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan Tunes In Sacramento

    While this summer’s Dead & Company tour was confined predominantly to the month of June, the members of the band are staying busy. Last night, John Mayer continued his The Search For Everything Tour with a stop at Sacramento, CA’s Golden 1 Center. As usual on this tour, the show was broken into three different configurations–solo acoustic, the John […]

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  • Category: Features

    Remembering When Bob Dylan Shocked The World By Going Electric, On This Day In 1965

    An annoyed Bob Dylan took the stage on a Sunday night at the Newport Folk Festival, fifty-one years ago today, and did something that would forever change the way the world viewed him: he plugged in his guitar. What followed was a set of music that would offend his fans and friends alike, and fundamentally […]

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  • Category: News

    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Brings Debuts, Unexpected Jams For Two-Night Capitol Theater Run [Pro-Shot]

    This past weekend, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead made their highly awaited return to The Capitol Theater, NY for a two-night run at the historic venue, and their first shows in Port Chester since their 2016-2017 New Year’s run. As is usual in the New York market (and in most other markets, to boot), the performances sold out […]

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