Next week, Bravo will air an episode of its talk show Watch What Happens Live hosted by Andy Cohen featuring two of the members of Dead & Company. The well-known Deadhead host will be joined by Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir and his current D&C band mate John Mayer.
As noted by Headline Planet, the pair of guitarists are scheduled to appear on the show next Tuesday, June 28 at 11 p.m. ET on Bravo. Mayer has previously been a guest on WWHL, while Weir will be making his debut on the program. It’s likely their appearance will be pre-recorded since Dead & Company are performing in Hartford on Tuesday night.
Cohen was one of several famous Deadheads – along with the likes of Bill Walton, Perry Farrell and Adam Scott – to appear in a special feature shown during Dead & Company’s New Year’s Eve webcast last year. He also was in attendance (with Mayer) at last year’s Fare Thee Well concerts in California.
Head here for a recap of last night’s Dead & Company show including official footage of “Playing In The Band.” The group performs again tonight at Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York.
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