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  • Lockn’ Festival @ Infinity Downs Farm

    LOCKN’, a 4-day music festival, with an emphasis on world class music, locally sourced food and sustainability is held annually at the Infinity Downs Farm and Oak Ridge in the foothills of the Blue Ridge in Central Virginia. https://lockn.frontgatetickets.com/

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    Celebrate Carlos Santana’s 70th Birthday With His Phil Lesh & Friends At LOCKN’ [Pro-Shot]

    Few lead guitarists have maintained such a loyal following as Carlos Santana. Through his countless lineup iterations and musical directions, Santana has always remained true to himself, and has catapulted a career full of great music and an incomparable guitar tone. Today marks the guitarist’s 70th birthday, and we wanted to celebrate the occasion with […]

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    Watch Full Video Of The Grateful Dead’s Final Performance At Alpine Valley

    There are some venues that are truly unique and unparalleled places to see music. The Gorge and Red Rocks come to mind, but a little East Troy, WI venue called Alpine Valley Music Theatre is the focus of today’s story. The Valley was built in 1977, and is relatively accessible to fans in cities like Chicago, Milwaukee, […]

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    Remembering That Time Bob Weir And Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski Sat In With Paul McCartney At Fenway

    One year ago last night, the Internet exploded with the news that founding Grateful Dead rhythm guitarist/vocalist Bob Weir had joined former Beatle and international pop culture icon Paul McCartney onstage at Boston’s storied Fenway Park, where Weir had played the night before with Dead & Company. The collaboration between Weir and McCartney marked the intersection between two of the most significant musical acts of all time, and everyone […]

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    Grateful Dead Busted Out A “Dark Star” Friday The 13th Encore, On This Day In 1984

    Though the Grateful Dead’s psychedelic saga was a staple of their shows in the 1960’s, the band gradually phased “Dark Star” out of their rotation towards the end of the 1970’s. It made sense, as the band continued to write some of their best music during the 1970’s, but fans still pined for “Dark Star” […]

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  • Category: News

    Oteil Burbridge To Host AMA On Grateful Dead Subreddit

    Fresh off Dead & Company tour, bassist Oteil Burbridge is still feeling the spiritual benefits of joining the never-ending tribe of the Grateful Dead. Fans most likely have some questions built up for Burbridge, and he’s now giving them the chance to ask them. Today on Reddit, Oteil Burbridge will host an “AMA” session on the […]

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    Keller Williams Announces Solo Fall Tour And A Handful Of Grateful Grass Performances

    The genre-bending multi-instrumentalist, Keller Williams, just announced he’s hitting the road this fall, with a number of recently announced dates falling across September through November. The majority of this tour will see Williams perform solo with his signature live improvisational looping performances, which infuse alt-folk with groove-based electronica. Keller Williams also has a handful of […]

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  • Category: Features

    Jerry Garcia Plays His Final Show Before His Death, On This Day In 1995 [Video]

    On this date twenty-two years ago, the Grateful Dead played the second and final night of their tour closing run at Chicago’s Soldier Field, with an opening performance from The Band. The performance marked the completion of a long and winding spring/summer tour, a run throughout which lead guitarist Jerry Garcia appeared like a shell of his former self. Once again, he was beleaguered by addiction–this […]

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    Watch Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s Stellar 18-Minute “Cumberland Blues” From This Past New Year’s Run [Pro-Shot]

    On Friday, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead released their 96th edition of Rad Tracks, with this latest video featuring pro-shot video of their rendition of “Cumberland Blues” from their performance at The Capitol Theatre on December 30th, 2016. That night’s performance at The Capitol Theatre kicked off their two-night run at the historic Port Chester, New York venue following a show […]

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    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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