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Dead & Company at The NYCB Live at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

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Dead & Company NYCB Live at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum The Fall Fun Run Tour Uniondale, NY November 5, 2019 With the former Nassau Coliseum smelling like a mixture of pot, patchouli and incense with the vast majority of the attendees wearing something featuring tie-dye colors, the latest incarnation ...

Oteil Burbridge: Long Live the Dead

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In 2015 rhythm guitarist Bob Weir and drummer Bill Kreutzmann, founding members of the Grateful Dead, formed the band Dead & Company, along with longtime Grateful Dead keyboardist Jeff Chimention and drummer / percussionist Mickey Hart. They enlisted some fresh blood into the band with the addition of singer/guitarist John Mayer, and bassist Oteil Burbridge. A ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Grateful Dead: The Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

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The Grateful Dead didn't always make the most astute business decisions through the course of their career, but the marketing/merchandising agreement reached in 2006 with Rhino Records has been a treasure trove for the label, the band and its fans. And notwithstanding accusations of cash-grabbing, the fact is packages such as Sunshine Daydream and Thirty Trips ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Logan Metz: The Last Remaining Payphone in L.A.

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There aren't many young players around actively channeling the powerful feel of New Orleans musicians like Doctor John, let alone doing it convincingly. This doesn't describe Chicago based musician/composer Logan Metz fairly, though. His danceable, joyful music has that same spirit, but it draws on too many influences to be so quickly categorized. Not too surprising, ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Marina Crouse At The Sound Room

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Marina Crouse The Sound Room First Time Out Oakland, CA January 30, 2016 Talented East Bay vocalist Marina Crouse and her superb band lit up the intimate Sound Room with her distinctive brand of rhythm and blues on this chilly Saturday evening. The night was filled with a soulful blend ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Grateful Dead: Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 5: Boston Music Hall 6/9/76

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Set to be supplanted in 2012 by a new sequence of concert recordings dubbed Dave's Picks (overseen by chief archivist David Lemieux), The Grateful Dead's Road Trips archive series ends in stellar fashion with a complete show (plus), capturing the iconic band at one of the highest performing plateaus of its career in one of its ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Grateful Dead: Road Trips, Vol. 4 No. 4: Spectrum 4-6-82

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Throughout the entirety of the Grateful Dead's archival series, Road Trips, the graphics have accurately mirrored the music enclosed and Vol.4 No. 4 is no exception. Lacking the plethora of detail in the cover art as well as the usual array of action photos, the plainness of the packaging reflects what's inside. Five years removed from ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

Gathering of the Vibes Music Festival Welcomes School of Rock

Gathering of the Vibes Music Festival Welcomes School of Rock

Gathering of the Vibes, the Northeast's premier camping and music arts festival, is proud to announce a unique partnership with School Of Rock, the nation's leading performance-based music school, promising to be the “must see" musical event of the summer, July 21-24, at Seaside Park, Bridgeport, CT. School of Rock (www.schoolofrock.com) joins the Vibes Family at ...

NEWS: TV / FILM

The Grateful Dead Movie with Never-Before-Seen Jerry Garcia Interviews Returns to Theaters

The critically acclaimed cinematic concert rockumentary, The Grateful Dead Movie Event will take audiences back to the '70s for a one-night in-theater event on Wednesday, April 20 at 7:30 p.m. local time. Under the direction of the band's lead guitarist Jerry Garcia and co-directed by Leon Gast, these legendary 1974 concerts capture the Grateful Dead at ...


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