October 2022

Now he walks in quiet solitude the forests and the streams
Seeking grace in every step he takes
His sight has turned inside himself to try and understand
The serenity of a clear blue mountain lake
And the Colorado Rocky Mountain high
I've seen it rainin' fire in the sky…”  

From his Austrian Alps forest home, Americana songsmith Prinz Grizzley is releasing a series of singles leading into 2023. These songs of finding hope, revenge and eventually serenity will make you look for your own secluded mountain town to settle down in, get drinks with friends and maybe even start a family.


Gloria Taylor, folk singer-songwriter and sound healer, recently released her new EP, “Sun.” It’s available on all major streaming services and marks her first release since 2018’s “Go for the Moon” album and 2020’s single, “Decision.”

The five new songs on “Sun” were inspired by Taylor’s experience as a sound and energy healer during the pandemic. In the last year, she volunteered her time doing remote sound-healing sessions on Zoom for those fighting COVID and impacted by the virus. Their stories and sometimes bittersweet triumphs influenced the music on “Sun.”

In Case You Missed It: Released on Friday and streaming for the first time, GarciaLive Volume 19 showcases Jerry's return to the stage with JGB following a second major health crisis. His reemergence here on Halloween three months later, slimmed down and in great spirits, was a real sight for sore eyes for the 17,000 in attendance at the Oakland Coliseum Arena. The setlist for the evening suggests the significance wasn’t lost on Garcia.

Lace up those dancing shoes, or better yet dust off those clogs, because we're boogying into theatres this week for the Grateful Dead Meet-Up At The Movies! For the 50th Anniversary of EUROPE '72, this years screening is the previously unreleased 4/17/72 performance at the Tivoli Concert Hall in Copenhagen. Fully restored and color corrected in HD with audio mixed from the 16-track analog master tapes, Tivoli features nearly an hour and a half of the Grateful Dead at a peak of their performing career, on what would prove to be Pigpen's last tour with the Grateful Dead.