Grateful Dead

So Many Roads, a Dead tour life style blog

Submitted by Bohemian Fliques on Sat, 11/25/2017 - 1:25 pm

So Many Roads is a Grateful Dead/Dead and Company tour lifestyle blog that has taken its newest form and has launched for the fall tour.

“So Many Roads” is the creation of the Bohemians, Anthony Travagliante, and Litho Freeman, filmmakers from Cleveland, OH that jumped on the scene in 2015 with a documentary of the Fare Thee Well shows called "I Need a Miracle". After much initial success, the duo hit the road in the summer of 2016 and documented through photo and video much of the entire tours lot scene.

RFK Stadium 1989 Box - Less Than 5K Left!

Submitted by dead.net on Fri, 11/10/2017 - 5:50 pm

"RFK Stadium '89 fell right in the middle of one of the best tours of the last 15 years of Grateful Dead performances...This tour is widely considered the start of a nine month period of sustained excellence, which ran from Summer '89 through Spring '90. The RFK shows are as good as any of the more famous shows from this period, including July 4 in Buffalo, July 7 in Philadelphia, and the Alpine run." - David Lemieux 

Midnight North and Friends | GAMH | 11/3/17

Submitted by Alan Sheckter on Mon, 11/06/2017 - 7:41 pm

The stars aligned just right in San Francisco on November 3rd at Midnight North’s 3½-hour show at the venerable Great American Music Hall, as an epic two-set show transpired that included fine contributions from Grateful Dead co-founders Bob Weir and Phil Lesh, two core members of Vermont reggae-rock jamsters Twiddle, the Northbound Horns, and good old Bay Area guitar gunslinger Ro

Bob Minkin Talks About 'The Music Never Stopped'

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Sat, 09/30/2017 - 2:45 pm

Bob Minkin is as big of a Deadhead as they come. When he discovered the Grateful Dead amongst other revolutionary rock bands hailing from the San Francisco Bay, it changed his life forever. By the time he made the Bay Area his home, he’d been photographing rock icons for decades. He was welcomed in the Grateful Dead’s inner circles in the mid-1970s and captured the iconic band in its true element.