“Brown-Eyed Women” (or as the typo on Europe ‘72 displayed, “Brown-Eyed Woman”) entered the Grateful Dead rotation August 24, 1971 at Chicago’s Auditorium Theater. Sung by Jerry Garcia, who wrote the tune with Robert Hunter, “Brown- Eyed Women” tells the ill-fated tale of the bootlegging Bigfoot County dwellers Jack and Delilah Jones. The Dead regularly played the song up until July 6, 1995 at Riverport Amphitheatre near St. Louis, the second to last stop on their final tour.
Terrapin Crossroads again provided the setting to record Williams’ version of “Brown- Eyed Women.” KW was in town to participate in the 4/20 House Party on April 20, joining Phil Lesh & Friends along with Jackie Greene, Jason Crosby and Alex Koford. Though not performed at the 4/20 party, Keller was well-versed when it came to “Brown-Eyed Women” having played the song live regularly for years.
Watch all of the Songs Of Their Own entries including Anders Osborne & Luther Dickinson, Yonder Mountain String Band, Leftover Salmon and more via the YouTube Playlist below.
Phish announced their upcoming 2018 Summer Tour.
Organizers have announced the initial lineup for the 2018 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Check out a review, audio and photos from this weekend’s Freaks Ball XVII at Brooklyn Bowl.
Listen to the Jerry Garcia Band’s cover of “Evangeline” by Los Lobos from the soon-to-be-released ‘GarciaLive Volume Ten.’
Pearl Jam has confirmed their first U.S. tour dates of 2018 with the announcement of a pair of The Home Shows.
Watch Bob Weir perform four songs with Green Leaf Rustlers last night at the Sweet Water Music Hall.