There’s no other way to describe the Bob Weir & Wolf Brothers winter tour other than stating the obvious—sheer musical brilliance. And that's flat out what's going on here. Trekking across country with near nightly performances, choosing the most intimate, impressive theaters along the way, the Wolf Bros have unleashed such genius, cutting-edge play that this old Deadhead could only shake his head in awe. They were coming at me from so many different levels, and with such zest and creativity, I was dumbstruck in marveling.
Tuesday night Bob Weir and Wolf Brothers (featuring the Wolfpack) rolled in Madison, WI for a show at The Sylvee. Tuesday shows can sometimes be straightforward and nondescript. This show doesn’t fall under either of those categories. Even before the music began, there was a slight buzz amongst the crowd regarding the very cryptic and mysterious Dead and Company social media posting made earlier in the day.
On Saturday, February 25, Bob Weir & The Wolf Bros delivered an incredible night of music to a sold out crowd at the Louisville Palace. The elegant venue set a unique tone for a jubilant evening of music with Bob Weir. The vibrant colors of the building’s interior and the ornate architecture was brought to life by The Wolf Bros’ marvelous light show and the timeless music that draws his fans from all across the country.
Following a successful fall tour and much lauded four-night sold out run with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center earlier this fall, Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros—consisting of Bobby Weir, Don Was, Jay Lane and Jeff Chimenti—announce three nights alongside the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at the Atlanta Symphony Hall on February 17, 18 and 19.
Once again, the Denver weekend music scene paid off in spades, bringing a whole host of greatness to the Front Range as temperatures drop and events move inside. From three nights of Moe. at The Fox Theatre to Elton John’s final visit to the Mile High City, the metropolis that has everything delivered once again. Certainly, one of the most iconic guest appearances was the two-night, tour closer of Bobby Weir and Wolf Brothers.
Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros—consisting of Bobby Weir, Don Was, Jay Lane and Jeff Chimenti—are heading out for a run of fall tour dates, kicking off September 30 at Waterbury, CT’s Palace Theater and concluding November 5 at Denver’s The Mission Ballroom, with stops in 13 cities including three nights at San Francisco’s The Warfield in celebration of Weir’s 75th birthday.