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."
Win Tickets To See Dead & Company July 30th at Shoreline Amphitheatre From KCBS!Enter here for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Dead & Company live at Shoreline Amphitheatre!
Bay Area’s Best National AnthemsThe sports world seems to roll out the very best when it comes to the national anthem sung before a playoff contest or an All-Star Game.
10 Best Songs On The Grateful Dead Tribute Album, 'Day of the Dead'We're doing the heavy lifting for you: in case you don't want to listen to all 59 songs, here are some of the highlights.
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...
The Grateful Dead to Release ‘July 1978: The Complete Recordings’The collection contains five complete concerts, including the band’s historic debut at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheater...
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 Bassist Phil Lesh Says He'll Undergo Surgery For Bladder CancerGrateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh says he has been diagnosed with bladder cancer and is being treated in Arizona.
Singer-Songwriter John Mayer Gushes About The Grateful DeadSinger-songwriter John Mayer proudly declared himself a "Deadhead" as he defended members of the Grateful Dead in their decision to regroup after playing what was supposed to be the band's final tour this summer.
GEICO’s 15 Things To Do In The Bay AreaFrom the SF Street Food Festival at Pier 70, or check out the Bay Area's only Zucchini Festival in Hayward. Jayn at Alice@97.3 has more things to do this week in the Bay Area!
Guitar Played By Bob Weir At Recent Santa Clara Grateful Dead Show Draws Huge Winning Bid At AuctionOverall, the auction brought in well over $750,000.
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.

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