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All Good Festival still All Good no matter what Location

Submitted by Bobby Martin on Thu, 07/26/2012 - 1:47 pm

The All Good Music Festival has been around for 16 years, but for the first time since 2003 it was held away from Marvin’s Mountaintop in West Virginia. Once again the festival held up to its reputation for inspiring acts to put on big things.With Gathering of the Vibes happening in the same weekend, the festival had a dominant feel of Midwest in the air.

Grateful Web | Gathering of the Vibes | Preview | 2012

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Wed, 07/18/2012 - 5:19 pm

Shout out to the Vibe Tribe out there for Dylan Muhlberg. This year I have the distinct pleasure of covering the 17th annual Gathering of the Vibes festival, which is celebrating its eigth year in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Bridgeport is a diverse city on the Connecticut shoreline off of the Long Island Sound. The venue, Seaside Park, has hosted the Gathering all these years and by all counts is an incredible site.

Grateful Web | All Good Festival Preview | 2012

Submitted by Bobby Martin on Tue, 07/17/2012 - 3:21 pm

The All Good Festival is right around the corner… this weekend to be exact. While the location has changed, the lineup has remained incredible with acts spanning across a wide spectrum of musical genres.

Grateful Dead Books Launches New Website

Submitted by Grateful Dead Books on Fri, 07/06/2012 - 4:55 am

Grateful Dead Books LLC (GDB) is consistently rated the best site on Facebook for fans of the Grateful Dead with over 100+ million post views to date. The Facebook website features around the clock discussion and free music offerings from a vast network of sources.

Audio Fidelity To Release Remastered Vinyl of Bear's Choice

Submitted by W3 Public Relations on Thu, 07/05/2012 - 1:36 pm

When the Grateful Dead left Warner Bros. to form their own label in 1973, after six years and eight albums, they delivered their first live "best-of" anthology, HISTORY OF THE GRATEFUL DEAD VOL. 1 (BEAR'S CHOICE). The album, which will be reissued by Audio Fidelity on July 10 on 180-gram virgin vinyl, documents the band's February 13-14, 1970 stand at New York's Fillmore East as recorded by Dead sound manager (and creator of 'Owsley' LSD) Owsley "Bear" Stanley.

All Good Festival Announces 2 and 3 Day Ticket Packages

Submitted by allgoodfestival.com on Wed, 07/04/2012 - 9:34 am

The All Good Festival and Campout today announced that it is releasing a limited number of Friday Arrival 3-Day (Fri-Sat-Sun) and Saturday Arrival 2-Day (Sat & Sun) passes.Festival founder Tim Walther says “There has been quite a bit of demand for All Good to offer ticketing options like this in the past but with the remoteness of our previous site in West Virginia, it didn’t really make sense.

Dead.net Announces Dave's Picks Volume 3

Submitted by dead.net on Wed, 06/20/2012 - 4:04 am

In all of the years that archival Grateful Dead recordings have been coming out, there have been only two from the red-hot fall of 1971, Keith Godchaux's landmark first tour with the band. Now there is a third. Dave's Picks Volume 3 features the complete October 22, 1971 concert from the beautiful Auditorium Theatre in Chicago on two discs, with a third disc culled from the previous night's scorcher at the same venue.

Phil Lesh & Friends | 1st Bank Center | 2/16/12 | Review

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Fri, 02/24/2012 - 3:44 pm

By fall of 1994 the Grateful Dead scene was growing unmanageably large. Even large mainstay venues that the boys have been performing at for decades were too small anymore. The performance that used to be a not-so well-kept secret had grown to sell out the largest football and soccer stadiums.

Phil Lesh & Friends | 1st Bank Center | 2/17/12 | Review

Submitted by Charles Sokoloff on Tue, 02/21/2012 - 12:25 pm

Specific aromas have the power to transport me back to an earlier, more youthful time: the earthy redolence of decaying leaves, mesquite smoke wafting from a neighbor’s barbeque, and even the gamy stench of a hockey locker room. I also have triggers for my ocular, haptic, gustatory, and aural senses. All of us do. And I thought sensory recall was the closest thing I would ever have to a time machine. But on Friday night, Phil and Friends changed that – not once, but twice.