Grateful Dead

DSO | Cuthbert Amphitheater | Review

Cuthbert Amphitheater on a beautiful early fall evening, a waxing moon shining through low scattered  clouds, and Dark Star Orchestra kicking off the Fall Tour West...Nope, doesn't get much better than that.  Although known for their awesome recreations of historic Grateful Dead shows, every now and then  DSO will roll their own set lists at their audience like a pair of loaded dice and

I Need A Miracle Film Documentary

From the depths of the Bohemian mind comes a view of arguably the most historic musical event of all time, the Fare The Well shows. They travel to Chicago, where the original three shows were announced, and after much controversy surrounding tickets, without much hope of all getting into the shows. But as many Deadheads will tell you the best times they’ve ever had at a show have been in the lot.

Rex Foundation Goes to Fenway Park!

Rex Goes to Fenway Park September 21! We're very excited about our very first Rex fundraiser with the Boston Red Sox as they host their Grateful Dead Night! The Sox face the Tampa Bay Rays, and you'll want to be there in your special commemorative t-shirt.


Lockn' Festival 2015 | Preview

There is a place filled with nothing but greatness, where virtuous vibes fly like the swallows of Capistrano, and magical music frees the spirit to glide up her own personal stairway to heaven. There is a place where heady humans come to swim together in a sea of awesomeness with kindness in their hearts and love in their souls.

'Dead & Company' to play New York City

The news is out, all over town... Mickey, Bill, and Bob have joined forces with Grammy Winning singer/guitarist John Mayer to form the band Dead & Company.

Celebrate Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead, Support Rex in August

As we celebrate Jerry Garcia's 73rd birthday and mark the 20th anniversary of his passing this August, events from coast to coast offer a chance to honor his legacy, share good times with friends, and support Rex too!

Grateful Web Interview w/ Cameron Sears

Grateful Web recently had the pleasure of chatting with Cameron Sears, once tour manager who became the President/CEO of Grateful Dead Productions. He was recently appointed as the new executive director of the Rex Foundation. This pivotal charity rooted organization was formed in 1983 to foster the power of community, service, and the arts.

Rex Residency at the Venice Biennale

Every two years, the Venice Biennale brings together the world's most interesting artists, musicians, and performers for a unique, high-energy gathering. This October, Rex offers a chance to immerse yourself in the Art and Music Biennales, with concerts, in-house events, and plenty of opportunities to engage with the artists, your fellow travelers, and Venice. Among the resident artists are longtime Rex supporters Nicki Bluhm, Tim Bluhm, and John Kadlecik. Announce Dave's Picks Volume 15

This one's truly all about the music! We're pleased to add the Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN, April 22, 1978 to list of "officially released" Grateful Dead shows.

Beats Antique covers New Speedway

San Francisco's Beats Antique has released a cover of the Hunter/Garcia gem New Speedway Boogie. This version includes Clint Maedgen of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band on vocals and sax.