Grateful Web Interview with Roger McNamee, Marcus Rezak, & David Gans

Submitted by Dennis McNally on Fri, 03/16/2018 - 10:48 am

Something really remarkable happened at the Fare Thee Well shows in 2015.  Instead of being a goodbye, it was a re-ignition, a passing of the torch in some ways.  Although Jerry was always quick to point out that it was Dead Heads who created themselves, the phenomenon of Dead Head-ism was focused on the band for the first 30 years.  And it was fairly fractured for the next twenty, with some liking some iterations, and others, not.  And the musicians aren’t done, whether it’s Dead & Co. or Phil and Bobby’s recent duo, or the future outings of Billy and Mickey.

Moonalice | High 5 | Review

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Tue, 11/01/2016 - 3:02 am

While many use music as a vessel for escaping the current and indulging in the nostalgia of blissful memories past, it can also serve as a powerful tool for inspiring social change. Rock’n’Roll concerts have always been a gathering place that additionally promoted social justice, educated about changes in our environment, and offered information on important political issues. While some bands kept the music separate from their personal views and ethics, the rock concert has always broadly been a place to promote social awareness.

Moonalice PROP 64 Awareness - Go Vote!

Submitted by Karin Conn on Thu, 10/20/2016 - 1:57 pm
Steve DeAngelo with Harborside (nation’s largest licensed pot dispensary, which serves 108,000 patients in Oakland, CA) will be answering questions as the opening act.  Lorin Rowan will be sitting in and other VERY special guests.
Every guest will get a rock poster by Alexandra Fischer commemorating the event and they’ll also get a great many Pro-Pot Poster
Sweetwater Music Hall
Thursday, November 3, 2016
Doors: 7:00pm Show: 8:00pm
Tickets: $10-$15

Grateful Web Interview w/ Roger McNamee

Submitted by Vinh Nguyen on Sat, 07/11/2015 - 5:42 am

In the midst of the “Fare Thee Well:  Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead”, Grateful Web talks to Roger McNamee of Moonalice.  McNamee shares candidly Moonalice music, technology, their philosophy and vehement choice to live and play by their own credo -- perhaps similar to that of the Grateful Dead – to thrive – and have fun -- in today’s music industry. 

GW:  Hello Roger.  Where are you at?

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