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My wife and I are both Deadheads. Neither of us gets out to shows as much as we used to now that we have a family, but a few years ago I bought her a Phil and Friends ticket for Christmas. She got to go to the show while I stayed home and watched the kids. I wasn’t up to snuff on the line-up as I’ve paid pretty scant attention to the Dead spin-offs for one reason or another.

I had never attended a live eTown radio show before, and didn’t know whether to expect a “Prairie Home Companion” type experience or a full-blown concert. What I found was the best of both worlds; insightful interviews intermixed with live music and an enthusiastic crowed.

Following their hugely successful and critically acclaimed Cauzin' Vapors...

The first night started out surprisingly quiet around the Boulder Theater, although the crowd packed in quickly after the opener.

Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Aerosmith, and the White Stripes – what do they all have in common, besides blistering guitar and good ol’ rock and roll s

A semi-circle of six acoustic guitars with a microphone in the center shone down on by natural, uncolored stage lights faced the crowd. Show-goers enthusiastically bantered in anticipation and sipped their drinks.

Dead.net is kicking off the new year with a real barn-burner! Road Trips Volume 4, Number 2 offers up the entire blistering April 1, 1988 concert from the Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford, NJ, plus the entire second set and a few first set highlights from the previous night's show, March 31.

Sharon Van Etten wrapped up 2010 with a bow by appearing on more best-of and year-end lists than we could count, including those from

Today dates and the initial line-up for the 2011 Grateful Garcia Gathering were announced.   Artists for 2011 include: THE SCHWAG/DEAD AHEAD w/ MELVIN SEALS of the JERRY GARCIA BAND for two nights featuring guitarist Dave ABear, GERONIMO BLACK featuring two sons of Jimmy Carl Black, Boney Fingers, The Brent Brown Band, The Grass Hoppers, WOOK, One Man Gathers, Tim Olson, and

On Saturday night Clarence Greenwood, aka Citizen Cope made a solo acoustic appearance before a sold-out crowd at the Fox Theatre in Boulder.

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