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Lockn' Festival 2013 | Day 1 in Arrington, VA

Submitted by Stephen Boyd on Sun, 09/15/2013 - 8:50 am

All the headliners delivered multiple performances that displayed why they were the headliners at Lockn’ Festival and all the up and comers gave performances that ensure that the state of the Jamband genre is in a very good place.  Much of the credit for the scene remaining so strong is due Phil Lesh.

Countdown Comes to a Close for 18th Gathering of the Vibes

Submitted by GatheringOfTheVibes on Thu, 07/11/2013 - 10:13 am

Gathering of the Vibes is only two weeks away from its 18th year, returning once again to the water’s edge at Bridgeport, Connecticut’s 370-Acre Seaside Park. Weekend Camping Passes are currently priced at $225. Single Day Tickets and Single Day VIPs can also be purchased.

Dead.net is Unveiling Dave's Picks Volume 7

Submitted by dead.net on Mon, 07/08/2013 - 2:26 pm

The Grateful Dead may have wrapped up the final show of the first leg of their 1978 Spring Tour in a town called Normal, but this night was anything but! Yes, on this fine evening, the Rhythm Devils shook the room with an exotic tribal assault. Bob found his groove with the slide guitar, contrasting nicely with Keith's block chording, Phil's thundering and swooping bass-lines, Jerry's articulated leads.

Grateful Dead Meet Up At The Movies 2013: "Sunshine Daydream"

Submitted by dead.net on Thu, 06/06/2013 - 10:26 am

On a blistering summer day in 1972, the Grateful Dead took the stage on the grounds of the Oregon Country Fair in Veneta, Ore. for what would become one of the most legendary concerts of the band's storied history. Join us this summer when we screen the previously unreleased concert film "Sunshine Daydream" as part of our now annual Grateful Dead Meet Up At The Movies.

Grateful Dead | Dave's Picks Volume 6 | Review

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Wed, 05/15/2013 - 3:19 pm

Studio album purists might have a sound argument when it comes to certain rock acts, but few Deadheads would ever argue that the quality of the Grateful Dead's studio work superseded their live recordings. Most of their studio albums we’re muddled down by the likes of Warner Brothers, big time L.A. record executives that wanted a four minute track, or just poor planning and execution. Only the Terrapin Station studio suite superseded its live performance.

Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band Heads East To New York

Submitted by dead.net on Mon, 05/13/2013 - 2:04 pm

Formed from weekly shows at Phil Lesh's Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA, the Terrapin Family Band has become the venue's official house band. Terrapin Crossroads' constant free bar shows, often featuring bandleader Phil, have created an opportunity for the young musicians of Terrapin Crossroads' crew to perform together and with a diverse cast of visiting musicians.

18th Annual Gathering of the Vibes Music Festival Adds Artists

Submitted by gatheringofthe… on Tue, 04/30/2013 - 8:25 am

With an already stellar line up announced, the 18th Annual Gathering of The Vibes Festival is thrilled to welcome Blues Traveler, guitar impresario Steve Kimock & funky keyboard godfather Bernie Worrell, Jason Crosby Band, von Grey, Twiddle, and local festival favorites The Kind Buds, to its already impressive four-day lineup.

Furthur | Boardwalk Hall | Atlantic City, NJ | 4/27/2013 | Review

Submitted by John Tarricone on Mon, 04/29/2013 - 6:10 pm

Comparisons - The world is littered with them. We compare this to that for reasons only the people doing the comparing can comprehend. Sometimes they are interesting, sometimes they are not.Furthur @ Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ on Saturday 4/27/13 left me comparing a laundry list of items.Personal Comparison #1 – Deadheads Then Vs.

Bobby Weir collapses on stage and taken to Hospital

Submitted by Ryan Neeley on Fri, 04/26/2013 - 10:20 am

Bob Weir, former member of the Grateful Dead, collapsed on stage during a Furthur show Thursday night at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY after showing signs of distress throughout the evening.  Playing their ninth sold out show in twelve days, the 65 year old rhythm guitarist stumbled, then fell around 11pm during the song "Unbroken Chain", and was assisted to his