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  • Category: News

    Watch Bruce Hornsby And Jenny Lewis Sit-In With Bon Iver At Coachella

    The celebrated pianist and frequent collaborator with the Grateful Dead, Bruce Hornsby, made an appearance with Bon Iver last night at Coachella along with another special guest, singer Jenny Lewis. Both of the special guests came out for a cover of “The End Of The Innocence,” a song cowritten by Hornsby for Don Henley in the late 1980’s. Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon, Hornsby, and Lewis […]

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    Trey Anastasio Joins Bob Weir At Wanee For Acoustic Dead, Phish, And Lady Gaga Covers [Full HD Video]

    On Saturday, Wanee Festival at the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida, saw Trey Anastasio play a performance with Trey Anastasio Band and the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir perform with his Campfire Band later in the evening. These two artists ended up coming together during Weir’s set, putting on a magical acoustic duet segment for awe-struck fans. Traditionally with his Campfire Band shows, Weir plays a […]

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    The Grateful Dead’s 7/29/1966 Vancouver Show Was Just Released On Vinyl For Record Store Day

    Today is Record Store Day, a day celebrating the frequent haunts of the crate-digging vinyl lovers among us. In addition to the festivities that occur worldwide in honor of the holiday, there are a number of special limited CD and vinyl releases, and one in particular will have Deadheads jumping for joy. The Grateful Dead just released a […]

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    Oteil Burbridge Was Just In The Studio Recording On Mickey Hart’s New Album

    In February, String Cheese Incident drummer Jason Hann reported via Facebook that he was in the studio with The Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart recording a new album produced by Michal Menert. In the post, he noted he laid down “15 tracks of drums and some electronic overdubs in a 24 hr period.” He also says that he got to hear recordings on the […]

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  • Category: Features

    20 Songs That Are Perfect For 4/20

    Happy 4/20! What better way to celebrate the holiday than with 20 thematically-appropriate tunes, hand selected by the L4LM crew. From blues to hip hop to reggae to funk, musicians are no strangers to the “Wildwood Weed.” So sit back, roll up a joint, and enjoy some great tunes. 1. Bob Dylan – “Rainy Day […]

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    Red Rocks To Host Early Screening Of The New Grateful Dead Documentary ‘Long Strange Trip’

    Amir Bar-Lev’s highly anticipated Grateful Dead documentary Long Strange Trip is due out on Amazon Prime on June 2nd. However, fans looking forward to the new film may not have to wait until June 2nd to see it in full with the recent announcement of special early screening in Colorado. On May 25th, the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre will show the […]

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    Ahead Of The 4/20 Grateful Dead Movie Screening, Preview The 5/8/77 Cornell Mini-Doc

    This Thursday, on 4/20, theaters nationwide will screen The Grateful Dead Movie for its 40th anniversary. At over five hundred movie theaters across the country, at 7 p.m. local time, this classic movie and tribute to the Grateful Dead will screen along with some additional exclusives for these special screenings. In addition to The Grateful Dead Movie, theaters will preview Long […]

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    Soundboard Audio From Oteil Burbridge’s First Show With Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Is Here

    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead recently played six nights at the Brooklyn Bowl in NYC. For their second weekend of residency, Dead & Company bassist Oteil Burbridge played in place of Dave Dreiwitz while he was on tour with Ween. As part of this week’s Taper Tuesdays, soundboard audio from the 3/16/17 show is available for listen. While […]

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    Keep Austin Weir’d: Bob Weir Awarded Key To The City Of Austin For His “Vote Local” Initiative

    This weekend, Bob Weir took to Austin, Texas, to continue his Campfire Tour with his Campfire Band with two shows at The Moody Theater for Austin City Limits Live. Before his first performance on Saturday, the Grateful Dead guitarist met with Austin’s Mayor, Steve Adler, to talk about his “Vote Local” initiative. This newest project is in conjunction with HeadCount, an organization that advocates for […]

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    Hiker Used Phish, The Grateful Dead, And Over 300K Calories To Conquer The Appalachian Trail

    Late last year, hiker Karl “Speedgoat” Meltzer broke the record for the fastest completion of the Appalachian Trail, traversing the rocky rough from Maine to Georgia in just under 46 days. Phish fans quickly pointed out the number in amusement, and jokes about Meltzer’s run and the Phish song “46 Days” flooded social media. But Meltzer’s […]

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