Feelin' fine with the Felt Forum! Dave's Picks Volume 22 presents the last stop on a collector's choice run in the Grateful Dead's home-away-from-home, New York City. 12/7/71 yields a highly pleasurable Pigpen-filled show and what was surely a top-notch Tuesday for all who attended. Talk about vibe-ing with the crowd!
Southern Blues Rocker Tinsley Ellis debuted his new side project Tinsley Ellis Blues Is Dead on April 9 at the three-day Skull and Roses Festival in Ventura, California alongside Melvin Seals and JGB, Leo Nocentelli, David Gans, Tom Constanten, Mark Karan and many other Grateful Dead-oriented acts.
The music of the Grateful Dead returned to the Ventura Fairgrounds en masse as 48 bands played on three stages for three days, all playing Dead related covers. The Skull and Roses Festival was organized partially to celebrate the legendary concerts by the original Grateful Dead, back in the 1980’s.
O Canada! To help celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Great White North, we're headed to Record Store Day (4/22/2017) with P.N.E. Garden Auditorium, Vancouver, British Columbia, 7/29/66. This 2-LP, 180-gram vinyl set will also feature four bonus tracks from 7/30/66. Limited to 6,600 copies worldwide. Grab one while you can!
Good news, Red Sox fans...We're delighted to announce the return of Grateful Dead Night at Boston's legendary Fenway Park, benefiting the Rex Foundation. Your special Grateful Dead Night theme ticket includes a limited edition Grateful Dead Red Sox Dancing Bears Figurine. Get there early, because Play Dead will be rockin' Yawkey Way with a special pregame concert.