'Dead & Company' Play Old School Set In IrvineHighlights included psychedelic versions of the 1968 classic songs “Dark Star” and “The Other One"
Grateful Dead's Bob Weir Joined by Paul McCartney at Fenway ParkWeir and McCartney performed Wings' 1972 hit "Hi, Hi, Hi" and the Beatles' "Helter Skelter."
Dead & Company Invite Fans To Free Fillmore ShowDead & Company, the band featuring three original members of the Grateful Dead on Wednesday announced plans for a free "Pay It Forward" hometown concert at the Fillmore in San Francisco next Monday.
Bob Weir And John Mayer On The Future Of Dead & CompanyMayer discusses if he'd record with the band, and Weir shares an odd vision of how long Dead & Co. may stick around for...
Bob Weir To Produce Amazon Limited Series on The Grateful DeadAmazon Studios has announced plans to develop a limited series based on Bay Area and iconic rock band...
Grateful Dead Say 'Fare Thee Well' To Live Touring But Leave A Musical Legacy For The AgesWith their weekend shows at Levi's Stadium and another three next weekend at Chicago’s Soldier Field, the Grateful Dead's long, strange trip draws to a close.
Documentary On Grateful Dead's Bob Weir To Debut On NetflixDeadheads rejoice! The documentary 'The Other One: The Long, Strange Trip of Bob Weir' will be debuting in May on Netflix.
12 Of The Coolest And Oddest Items In The Grateful Dead's Upcoming AuctionThe sale goes from April 11-12, and will offer up many items from throughout the band's heyday that have never been on sale before.
Best Singer-Songwriters In The Bay AreaSome of the best singer-songwriters in music history have Bay Area ties.
Paul McCartney Fans Come Together At Outside LandsThe former Beatle works out the crowd and caps off Friday's events at Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival in Golden Gate Park…
Furthur Bows Out of Bottle Rock Music FestivalAfter collapsing on stage during a show, Grateful Dead & guitarist/singer of the band Furthur, Bob Weir announce they will not be able to perform at the upcoming BottleRock Napa...
Grateful Dead Veteran Bob Weir Collapses During NY ShowGrateful Dead guitarist/singer Bob Weir collapsed onstage during a show with his band Furthur (which also features the Dead’s Phil Lesh) last night (April 25) at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.

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