Grateful Dead

When There's No More Room In The Cars, The Dead Will Walk The Earth.

Opposite coasts, musical philosophies and haircuts, the same delightful results: good songs!
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Watch Dead & Company's Entire Summer Tour Opener

Get a sneak peek at Dead & Company's upcoming Alpine Valley concerts.
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A Medley of the Best Medleys

Earlier this week I played (and thoroughly enjoyed) Robert Palmer's "Sailin' Shoes Medley," which got me thinking, where did all the medleys go? A medley, or suite, is usually 3 or more songs that flow through one glorious piece of music. They tend to be upwards of 8 minutes long, and I often have...
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Unexpected Covers That Work

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and that notion definitely holds true in the world of music. Some of the best covers come from the most unexpected ideas. “In Bloom” - Sturgill Simpson (Nirvana cover) Video of Sturgill Simpson - "In Bloom" “Pale Blue Eyes” - R...
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Mar 25, 2018; Chicago, IL, USA; Loyola Ramblers team chaplain Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt celebrates at the Gentile Arena after capturing the NCAA South Regional Championship last night to move onto the Final Four. Mandatory Credit: Patrick Gorski-USA TOD

Ramblin' Songs for the Loyola Ramblers (And Sister Jean)

Ramble on, Ramblers! But not literally. That would be travelling.
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Confessions Of Someone Seeing The Grateful Dead For The First (And Last) Time

The magic of the Grateful Dead's 50th anniversary shows was not lost on this newcomer.
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A Kids Choir Sang The Grateful Dead's "Ripple" And It Was Fantastic [Watch]

The EP Kids Rock Chorus is a children's choir based out of East Providence, Rhode Island and judging by their YouTube channel, are the ultimate rock stars.
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Grateful Dead Announce Greatest Hits Live Collection

It's like the Grateful Dead for beginners.
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Dead & Company Announce 2018 Tour

The 24-concert tour begins on May 30 in Mansfield, Mass. and runs through July.
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Bob Weir, Phil Lesh to Tour Together as a Duo

"The intuitive playing that we have developed over five decades of creating music together always leads to new realms of musical experience,” Lesh said.
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