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  • Los Muertos Con Queso @ Riviera Maya, Mexico

    Los Muertos con Queso is an all-inclusive concert vacation at the Barcelo Maya resort in Riviera Maya, Mexico featuring members of the Grateful Dead, String Cheese Incident & more. Lineup: Bill Kreutzmann & Bob Weir with Dave Schools, Jeff Chimenti and Tom Hamilton (3 nights) The String Cheese Incident (3 nights) The Chris Robinson Brotherhood […]

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    Watch Members Of String Cheese, Dumpstaphunk & More Perform “Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain”

    Throughout the last week or two, Joe Marcinek put together an incredible lineup of musicians for his rotating cast known wholeheartedly as the Joe Marcinek Band. The project continues to develop under Marcinek’s direction, and he chose some absolutely all-stars for the band’s recent run of performances. Joining the guitarist were Jason Hann (The String […]

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    Bill Kreutzmann Sits In With Leftover Salmon For Grateful Dead Songs At The Fillmore

    Jamgrass legends Leftover Salmon brought their wares to San Francisco, CA last night, hitting the famed The Fillmore venue along their winter tour. The stop in San Francisco had a surprise visitor, however, as the band called upon Bill Kreutzmann to lend a hand on an appropriate Grateful Dead cover. Kreutzmann joined the fold for a great rendition of “Playing In The Band,” […]

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  • Category: News

    Dark Star Orchestra To Recreate Famed 4/27/77 Grateful Dead Show On Its 40th Anniversary

    Tribute band Dark Star Orchestra is known for their spot on recreations of Grateful Dead shows, treating fans to a truly grateful experience. The band often uses that basis to springboard into unique concept shows, including one they have lined up for an upcoming run in New Orleans, LA. DSO will perform late nights in […]

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    San Francisco Giants And Boston Red Sox Will Host Grateful Dead Tribute Nights In 2017

    This year, two Major League Baseball teams will pay tribute to the Grateful Dead! Both the Boston Red Sox and the San Francisco Giants will host “Grateful Dead Tribute Nights”, with a heavy emphasis on charity at both events. The first Grateful Dead Tribute Night will take place at Boston’s legendary Fenway Park on April 11th, when the Red Sox take […]

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  • Category: Features

    Watch moe.’s Al Schnier Play “Deal” On Jerry Garcia’s Travis Bean TB500 Guitar

    Today, moe. guitarist Al Schnier turns 49 years old. In honor of Schnier’s birthday, we’re taking a look back at the moe.’s February 7th, 2015 show at Denver’s Ogden Theatre, when Al got the chance to play the late Jerry Garcia‘s Travis Bean TB500 #11 guitar, an axe that Garcia used in 1976. We spoke to Al about the experience in […]

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    Listen To The Grateful Dead’s First-Ever Shows At Madison Square Garden In 1979

    From January 7-8, 1979, The Grateful Dead graced the most famous arena on the East Coast, Madison Square Garden in New York City, for the first time ever. The two shows, held 38 years ago today, would be the first of 52 total times the Dead performed at the historic venue. A clear turning point in their career, the band […]

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  • Category: News

    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Shares Audio Of 12/30 Capitol Theatre Show

    After spending two nights in Brooklyn – one scheduled, and the other impromptu – Joe Russo’s Almost Dead made their way out to Port Chester, NY for the first of two nights at The Capitol Theatre. Almost Dead continues to impress fans with their one-of-a-kind take on the Grateful Dead. While the Brooklyn Bowl show on 12/29 focused […]

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    Grateful Dead’s NYC 12/7/71 Show To Be Featured On “Dave’s Picks Vol. 22”

    Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux has revealed plans for the newest installment in his archival series! The new Dave’s Picks Vol. 22 will highlight a beloved era in the Dead’s career, spotlighting the band’s performance on 12/7/71 at the Felt Forum in New York City, from the famous run of shows in the lower level of Madison Square Garden. The show […]

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  • Category: Album Reviews

    Holly Bowling Breathes New Life Into The Music Of The Grateful Dead

    Exploring the essence of the Grateful Dead‘s musical legacy on her new album, Better Left Unsung, classical pianist Holly Bowling finds fresh ways to share the spirit of the beloved band. Merging the timeless sound of piano with the music of modern masters is much trodden ground, but Bowling infuses enough of herself in each re-imagining […]

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