Rolling Stone issue #40 had a cover date of August 23, 1969. 40 pages. 35 cents. Cover photo of Jerry Garcia by Baron Wolman. Features: “The Grateful Dead” by Michael Lydon; “James Taylor on Apple: ‘The Same Old Craperoo’” by Jerry Hopkins; “The Dope Story” by Joe Pilati; “Newport 1969” by Jan Hodenfield; “The Doors … Continue reading 50 Years Ago in Rolling Stone: Issue 40
The word is it was a cold night with a biting wind that brought the real world temperature to around 20 below. The sky was overcast on that Sunday evening in Cedar Falls, Iowa and there was a chance of snow. It was a fairly common winter evening for this college town of about 50,000 … Continue reading Iowa Jam: The Grateful Dead at the UNI-Dome 2/5/1978
Dark Star Orchestra at the Majestic Theater Detroit, February 9, 2012 Detroit in February is cold. Not necessarily a place you want to visit. But on a windy and bitter Thursday night, music hungry deadheads converged on the Majestic Theater in Detroit. Dark Star Orchestra was in town. And the audience got what they came … Continue reading Dark Star Orchestra Live in Detroit
Who says people don’t buy CDs anymore? 7,200 Deadheads still do.
An interview we’ve been sitting on for almost five years.
You have until Wednesday to download five hours of free jams.
The Dead releases a 3-disc + DVD set from a 1989 show.
Deadheads cross the country for some Bob Weir on the beach.
A bunch of old dudes play for six hours.
Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, and friends play the Auditorium Theatre.