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Phil Lesh & Friends kicked off a two-night stand at Terrapin Crossroads with a lineup that includes moe. guitarist Al Schnier and North Mississippi Allstars’ Luther and Cody Dickinson – watch full show video.
- Phil Lesh's Friends In Las Vegas Include Blind Boys Of Alabama, Luther Dickinson, Jackie Greene & Others
Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh will be joined by Blind Boys Of Alabama, Luther Dickinson, Jackie Greene, John Medeski and others for a Phil Lesh & Friends’ concert in Las Vegas on May 4.
Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh revealed the rest of his band for a pair of upcoming Phil Lesh & Friends’ shows at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York featuring Jorma Kaukonen.
Phil Lesh & Friends featuring Phil Lesh, Al Schnier, Luther Dickinson, Cody Dickinson, Jason Crosby and Alex Koford will play a pair of shows at Terrapin Crossroads later this month.
Phil Lesh & Friends returned to the Grate Room at Terrapin Crossroads with a lineup that included the debut of Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe guitarist DJ Williams.
Phil Lesh & Friends featuring Jefferson Airplane/Hot Tuna guitarist Jorma Kaukonen will play a pair of shows at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.
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Celebrate JamBase’s 20th anniversary with a look back at 20 standout albums from jam acts from each of the past 20 years.
- Grateful Dead ‘Dead Sound’ Audio Documentary Details Band’s Crucial Role In Evolution Of Concert Sound
Listen to a fascinating audio documentary entitled “Dead Sound” that explores the crucial role the Grateful Dead played in the evolution of live concert sound.
Deer Tick, Mavis Staples and Hiss Golden Messenger are among the acts performing aftershow benefits in Newport, Rhode Island during the 2019 Newport Folk Festival.
Watch Trey Anastasio lead Ghosts Of The Forest through the improv-heavy “Beneath A Sea Of Stars Parts 1 & 2′ at New York City’s United Palace Theatre on April 13.
Watch Neil Young & Promise Of The Real join with the crowd at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle to sing “Happy Birthday To You” to drummer Anthony Logerfo.