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Bob Weir & Wolf Bros canceled their two shows planned for next year in Portland, Maine.
Bob Weir leads the Grateful Dead through “Black-Throated Wind” on June 14, 1991 at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. in the latest installment of the band’s ‘All The Years Live’ video series.
Bob Weir, Margo Price, The Highwomen and Jason Isbell were among the performers at a BMI-hosted ceremony honoring Dwight Yoakam last night in Nashville.
Tickets go on-sale Friday for Bob Weir & Wolf Bros’ newly confirmed 22 early-2020 tour dates in February and March of next year.
‘Grateful Dead Origins,’ a forthcoming graphic novel from Z2 Comics, comes with a soundtrack curated by GD archivist David Lemieux and a deluxe edition adds a previously unreleased GD performance from 1968 on vinyl.
Dead & Company closed out their Fall Fun Run at Hampton Coliseum on Saturday night including a bookend encore of a Grateful Dead classic.
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David Crosby discusses his relationships with Neil Young, Jerry Garcia, Graham Nash and Stephen Stills as part of his conversation with Steve Silberman featured on the latest episode of Osiris’ ‘Freak Flag Flying’ podcast.
Bassist Oteil Burbridge revealed the lineups and dates for an upcoming Oteil & Friends tour.
Rage Against The Machine headlines the Firefly Music Festival 2020 lineup.
Rage Against The Machine and others have joined the Boston Calling 2020 lineup.
Widespread Panic closed out Panic En La Playa Nueve on Monday night with help from Ivan Neville, Nicki Bluhm and other guests.