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  • Category: News

    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Shares Pro-Shot Video Of Bob Weir’s “Gonesville” Debut And “Shakedown Street”

    On April 29th, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead performed at 1st Bank Center in Broomsville, Colorado, along with supporting act Medeski, Martn & Wood. The show was originally scheduled as the Grateful Dead-inspired ensemble’s headlining Red Rocks Amphitheatre debut, though the performance was rescheduled to the end of August due to weather concerns. Despite these last minute changes, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead put […]

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    Dead & Company Recaps Tour Success, Sets Attendance Record for Wrigley Field

    Dead & Company wrapped up their biggest tour yet last weekend with two sold-out shows at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL. Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, veteran Jeff Chimenti, and firmly-welcomed newcomers John Mayer and Oteil Burbridge set the all-time record for most paid tickets for a single concert at the ballpark, […]

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  • Category: Features

    Terrapin Station At 40: All-Star Artists Discuss The Impact Of The Grateful Dead’s ’77 Studio Masterpiece

    By all measures, 1977 was a banner year for the Grateful Dead. The year featured some of the most storied and time-tested performances in the band’s decades-long touring career, with the ’77 spring tour alone including some of their best performances before Jerry Garcia‘s death. Books have been written, films made, and countless words exchanged discussing the group’s Cornell University’s Barton […]

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    A Look Back At The Grateful Dead’s Fare Thee Well 50th Anniversary Celebration

    Exactly two years ago, The Grateful Dead celebrated their 50th anniversary with one final, stellar performance at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Fare Thee Well shows — with two dates at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara across June 27th and June 28th and three dates at Chicago’s Soldier Field across July 3rd, 4th, and 5th — marked the first time Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill […]

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    Guitar Auctions At Dead & Co’s Wrigley Field Tour Closer Set To Bring In Big Bucks For Charity

    This Saturday, July 1st, during Dead & Company‘s tour closer at Chicago’s iconic Wrigley Field, a pair of special one-of-a-kind D’Angelico guitars will be auctioned off to benefit a variety of charitable foundations hand-selected by members of the band. The auctions are part of the “Participation Row” social action “village” the band brings to each tour stop, co-organized by music-oriented voter […]

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  • Category: News

    Bob Weir Officiated A Wedding Backstage At Dead & Company’s Citi Field Show [Watch]

    Love is always in the air at a Dead show, but this past Saturday at New York’s Citi Field, the love was a little stronger than usual. Prior to Dead & Company‘s performance at the New York Mets’s stadium, guitarist and founding Grateful Dead member Bob Weir officiated a wedding for a longtime friend, real estate investor Billy Procida, and his bride, Kelly Lauerman. […]

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    Dead & Company Plays The Blues In New Jersey For Sing-Along Sunday Show [Audio/Videos]

    Last night, Dead & Company headed to Camden, NJ’s BB&T Pavilion following their well-received performance at New York’s Citi Field on Saturday night. The show opened with “Feel Like A Stranger,” which took on an angelic tone behind Jeff Chimenti‘s funky synth work, setting a focused standard for the set to come…so let’s get on with the show. Chimenti continued to shine with an impressive piano solo on the […]

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    Oteil Burbridge Leads Dead & Co Debut Of A Garcia/Hunter Classic In NYC [Audio/Photos/Videos]

    On Saturday night, as Dead & Company begins to round third base and move into the home stretch of their second-ever summer tour, the band made their eagerly awaited return to New York’s Citi Field. The latter-day Dead incarnation had made their two-night debut at the thoroughly modernized home of the New York Mets nearly one year ago to the day, and once […]

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    Dead & Co Lets The Music Steer, Delivers All-American Encore In VA [Video/Audio/Photos]

    Last night, after a night off following their performance at SPAC on Tuesday, Dead & Company continued their summer tour at Bristow, VA’s Jiffy Lube Live. While Tuesday’s concert noticeably dragged a little after the previous weekend’s grade-A Fenway Park performances, the band beat their Boston hangover and delivered an excellent, creatively adventurous show in Bristow. The show began with […]

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    Dead & Co Conjures Rainbows With “Looks Like Rain” On Summer Solstice At SPAC [Videos/Audio]

    Dead & Company rolled into hometown favorite shed Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, NY for a first-day-of-summer performance. The band came in riding a wave of momentum after their excellent two-night run at Fenway Park this past weekend, and while they may not have reached the impressive heights they hit in Boston, Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, and Jeff […]

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