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.
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 to perform together and with a diverse cast of visiting musicians.
In a three-set, five hour night of music at the Warfield Theatre on February 25 that began with an unusual David Nelson Band performance, the current, proficient Melvin Seals and JGB turned in an fine set before giving way to special band roster, also led by monster organist Seals, but with the addition of Stu Allen on lead guitar, Oteil Burbridge on bass and 1980s-‘90s-era JGB v
The air was crackling with energy last Saturday night as fans piled into The Warfield to witness a tribute to hometown hero Jerry Garcia. The significance of the venue was certainly not lost on the audience, smiles abounding through the crowd on the floor of the theater, which provided a home-base for the Jerry Garcia Band in the 1980s and 90s. Garcia performed at the hallowed venue 88 times, and the memories of countless transcendent nights of music have seeped into the bones of the old theater.
In the fall of 1991, the Jerry Garcia Band embarked on their extensive first Fall Tour since 1984. The previous year, the iconic guitarist and bandleader hadn’t taken his band off of the West Coast. The Warfield in San Francisco stood as their home turf. While 1990 and 1991 are both revered as phenomenal performance years for both the Grateful Dead and Garcia Band, they are shrouded in loss, with the untimely deaths of keyboardist/vocalist Brent Mydland and legendary promoter Bill Graham.