Bob Weir

In a unique fusion of rock and classical music, Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, joined by The Wolfpack, will collaborate with the esteemed National Symphony Orchestra for an unforgettable two-night event. Conducted by the renowned Steven Reinke, these performances are scheduled for August 28 and 29 at the prestigious Wolf Trap in Vienna, Virginia.

Sturgill Simpson and Bob Weir made guest appearances during Orebolo's Friday night set on the opening day of Dead Ahead festival last night. Orebolo is a Goose acoustic side project featuring Rick Mitarotonda, Peter Anspach, and Jeff Arevalo (who plays drums for Goose but is on stand-up bass in this band).

Bob Weir & Wolf Bros, accompanied by the vibrant Wolfpack, delivered a spectacular New Year's Eve performance at Ft Lauderdale's Au-Rene Theater on Sunday evening.

Please don’t murder me if you think this review of the acclaimed jam-fusion band Jazz Is Dead runs hard to the gushy side. But even after all these years – more than 50 years of concert-going – I’m still a pretty impressionable guy (It’s true. . .) and it was only my first time seeing them.  So there was a lot to take in.

Hark! October 16th doesn't just mark the steady march of autumn leaves. Today, it echoes the beats and chords of Bob Weir, the ageless bard who's been the tie-dye heartthrob of countless. Happy 76th Birthday, Bobby!

As the Earth completes another revolution around the sun for Bobby, we find ourselves in sheer awe. 76 years? Could’ve fooled us! Perhaps he’s sipping from a secret fountain of youth between sets or sprinkling his guitar with a dash of age-defying fairy dust. Whatever the secret, we’re all ears, Bob!

In an unforeseen rendezvous of legends, the inimitable Bob Dylan ambushed the atmosphere at this year’s Farm Aid, held at the pulsating Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana, on a Saturday night that now glimmers as a golden note in music's ever-evolving tapestry.

Bob Weir and Wolf Bros, are set to host an unforgettable New Year’s Eve celebration at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Fans are in for a treat with a spectacular three-night run from December 29 to 31, promising a groovy start to 2024 with some New Year’s Eve shenanigans!

Today, the 8x GRAMMY® Award-winning singer/songwriter/producer Stephen Marley has released Old Soul, his first full-length project since 2016, available now on all digital platforms via Tuff Gong Collective/UMe/Ghetto Youths International. Featuring a stellar line-up of special guests, including Bob Weir, Eric Clapton, Jack Johnson, Ziggy Marley, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Buju Banton, and Slightly Stoopid.

Announced today, a Caribbean concert vacation dubbed “Dead Ahead Festival”. This all-inclusive vacation experience will be hosted at Moon Palace Resort in Riviera Cancún, Mexico January 12-15, 2024. The event will celebrate the Grateful Dead songbook featuring two nights of curated collaborations themed “Dead Ahead” with Bobby Weir, Mickey Hart, Jeff Chimenti, Oteil Burbridge, Don Was & Jay Lane featuring Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Rick Mitarotonda, Margo Price and very special guest Sturgill Simpson.

Stephen Marley has just unveiled "Winding Roads," the latest single from his highly anticipated album Old Soul, out digitally, September 15th via Tuff Gong Collective/UMe/Ghetto Youths International. Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead and singer/songwriter Jack Johnson join Marley on the new track recorded at Bob Weir’s TRI Studios with his Wolf Bros band, including Don Was and Dead & Company members Jeff Chimenti and Jay Lane.

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