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A long-running offshoot of 60s psychedelic rock group Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna made a stop at the historic Keswick Theatre in Glenside Friday night.
The third annual "Grateful Dead Meet Up at the Movies 2013" concert will be shown at Cinemark's Movies 16 at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 1. Originally shot on 16-millimeter film on the grounds of the Oregon County Fair in Veneta, Ore.
The summer season at the Mann Center is under way, and there are classical concerts celebrating everything from Disney, the Grateful Dead to the greatest moments in Philadelphia sports history.
Bonnaroo was in full swing Saturday, with temperatures in Manchester, Tenn., warming into the upper 80s and the festival featuring a lineup that ranged from Dwight Yoakam to Bjork.
Neil Young, Further featuring former Grateful Dead band members Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, Widespread Panic, The Zac Brown Incident, which is Zac Brown without his normal band, and The String Cheese Incident.
Film historian Ed Rampell details Hollywood's entangled relationship with the CIA and the Pentagon; HOUSES OF THE DEAD: Nancy Kurshan exposes the cruel human rights offenses taking place inside America's vast gulag of Control Unit Prisons; BROTHERHOOD OF SUMMER: David Macaray charts the history of the most powerful union in the US: the Baseball ... (more)
The Grateful Dead's Bob Weir is back in action. Nearly two months after collapsing during a concert in New York, RollingStone.com says the 65-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer made his comeback Wednesday night, hosting a show at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California as he resumed his "Weir Here" weekly web series.
Soul Doctor: Journey of a Rock-Star Rabbi, which tells the true story of the beloved and controversial father of popular Jewish music, Shlomo Carlebach, will open at Broadway 's Circle in the Square Theatre this summer.
Back in April Bob Weir was unable to finish Furthur's final show of a Capitol Theatre residency and shortly thereafter announced he would be taking a few months off.
Hey hey, they're the monks... a group of Tibetan holy men could be bringing Nirvana back to the charts after signing a global record deal.
It is clear that the connection between Tea Leaf Green and the Grateful Dead family is growing.
Atlanta rockers talk "weird red tape" in Lebanon, the ease of playing in Iraq and silence felt in Dubai; Next: Antarctica The last known American rock band to perform in Egypt was The Grateful Dead in 1978a that is, until recently.
Every jam band worth its hemp has covered the Dead at some point. Phish, moe., Umphrey's McGee and others all admit to plucking away Grateful Dead songs in their early days.
John Darnielle and his current version of the Mountain Goats visited famed rock club Maxwell's in Hoboken, NJ last week just a few days after it was announced that the legendary venue will close at the end of July .