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  • Category: News

    Trump’s Crazy Campaign Made MSNBC’s Katy Tur Start Listening To Phish Again

    NBC News correspondent Katy Tur wears several different hats within the network’s news infrastructure. In addition to serving as the anchor for MSNBC Live and reporting for Early Today, Today, NBC Nightly News, Meet The Press, and more, Tur serves as the network’s resident Phish fanatic, frequently working subtle references to the band’s music into her on-air news scripts and her other professional endeavors. This is […]

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  • Category: Features

    The Grateful Dead Played MSG Five Times On This Day In History [Full Videos/Audio]

    Over the course of their storied career, the Grateful Dead played 52 shows at New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden, the fourth-most at the venue of any act in history (behind Billy Joel, Elton John, and now Phish). In recognition of their impressive track record at the venue, the Dead were inducted into the Madison Square Garden […]

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  • Category: News

    Grateful Dead & Phish-Themed Names Appear In New York Times Video About Facebook

    The New York Times have released a new video about “How Facebook Is Changing Your Internet,” where Jonah M. Kessel and Paul Mozur explore how individuals, businesses, and corporations gauge their success through Facebook all over the world. According to the video, the company is subsidizing connectivity in the developing world with the mission to make […]

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  • Category: News

    Dead & Company Add 2nd Night At Boston’s TD Garden

    Dead & Company have added a second night at Boston’s TD Garden to their upcoming fall schedule. Following their previously scheduled performance on November 17, Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, veteran Jeff Chimenti, and firmly-welcomed newcomers John Mayer and Oteil Burbridge will return to the Boston arena two nights later on November 19. According to the band’s Facebook post, fans who participated in […]

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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: News

    Bob Weir Appointed As Goodwill Ambassador To The United Nations Development Programme

    Today, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) announced that Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir has been appointed as their newest Goodwill Ambassador, joining the likes of Antonio Banderas, Connie Britton, the Crown Prince of Norway, and more. As a Goodwill Ambassador, Weir will work with the UNDP to raise awareness and garner support for the agency’s goal of ending poverty while […]

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  • Category: Features

    The Grateful Dead Played A 32-Minute “The Other One” On This Day In 1972

    1972 was a banner year for the Grateful Dead, as the band was at the peak of their ability to combine psychedelic jamming with legitimate and impressive songwriting. The shows they were playing throughout that whole year were truly remarkable, including the set from the Baltimore Civic Center on this day 45 years ago. The whole show rips from […]

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  • Category: Exclusives

    The Motet’s Lyle Divinsky On Musical Roots, Virtually Insane Jamiroquai Set At Brooklyn Comes Alive

    Life is pretty good for The Motet‘s energetic new vocalist, Lyle Divinsky. Since joining the band over a year ago he has recorded a well-received album, Totem, toured the country, sang the National Anthem at a pro baseball game, made his mark on NOLA with a slew of Jazz Fest late night tributes, and made multiple […]

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  • Category: News

    Bob Weir Covers Lady Gaga And More During Intimate Solo Acoustic Show [Full Video]

    Last night, Bob Weir played an intimate solo acoustic set at Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, California. During the performance, Weir ran through a number of covers, including Robert Johnson’s “Walkin’ Blues” toward the start of the set, later performing Lady Gaga’s “Million Reasons” and Daniel Lanois’ “The Maker” to close it out. In between, he played the Grateful Dead classics, “Loose Lucy” and “Peggy-O”, […]

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  • Category: Features

    The Grateful Dead Harnessed The Ancient Power Of The Pyramids, 39 Years Ago Today [Video]

    The essence of the Grateful Dead has always been spiritually inclined. From their early days as the live soundtrack of Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters’ “Acid Tests,” the band embraced the idea of using their music as a vehicle to express the energy of their surroundings, whether it was created by the crowd, the chemicals, or something bigger than […]

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