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Dead & Company Deep In The Heart Of Texas

Submitted by underwoodschumm on Sat, 12/09/2017 - 8:11 am

Did I say one? Better make it two. While Dead & Company trounced Dallas this past Friday with a meaty rocker of a show, Saturday night in Austin received a more deliberate performance befitting the band’s early era of improvised exploration. Which was better? Well, that depends on the opinion of the most opinionated fans in music. But we can all agree that for one weekend there was a seventh flag flying over Texas: the Freak Flag.

Dead & Company | Spectrum Center | Review

Submitted by Caleb A. Calhoun on Sun, 12/03/2017 - 2:00 pm

I’m gonna tell you a story through my eyes, cause those are the only eyes I have. Eyes of a newbie, eyes so green you could almost smoke them (I’m looking at you Bob Dylan). My first major autonomous Dead show, first time, believe it or not, on Lot. Spectrum Center - Charlotte, NC.

 Spectrum Center | Charlotte, NC | Nov 28, 2017 | photo by Howard Horder

Dead and Company | Little Caesars Arena

Submitted by philamonjaro on Sun, 11/26/2017 - 10:04 am

The tenth date into their fall tour, Dead and Company played to a full house in Detroit at the newly opened Little Caesars Arena. The audiences were both longtime deadheads, and interestingly new fans that have come as a result of being John Mayer fans. Or simply new fans getting tuned in to the Dead only recently.

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