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Bob Weir and Dead & Company Kick Off 24-Show Run at The Sphere

A Celebration of Musical Legacy with Bob Weir, the legendary guitarist, singer, and founding member of the Grateful Dead, is once again captivating audiences with his mesmerizing performances. As Dead & Company embarks on a 24-show run, kicking off at the Sphere and highlighted by The Ace Radio Show’s “Dead Set Live,” fans are in […]

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Don’s Pick: Grateful Dead Live at Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT – May 11, 1981

In the annals of Grateful Dead history, certain concerts stand out as shining examples of the band’s unparalleled prowess and ability to captivate audiences. Among these legendary performances is the show at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in New Haven, Connecticut, on May 11th, 1981. This week, Dead Set Live is proud to present “Don’s Pick,”

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Jerry Garcia Band’s Timeless Performance at Keystone Berkeley to be Released in GarciaLive Vol. 21

Prepare to embark on a musical journey back to the golden era of the Jerry Garcia Band as Round Records proudly presents GarciaLive Volume 21: February 13th, 1976 at Keystone Berkeley. This eagerly anticipated release captures the essence of one of Jerry Garcia’s favorite venues, featuring a mesmerizing performance by the band that showcases their

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The Race is On with Don’s Pick on Dead Set Live at Frost Amphitheatre – May 6th, 1989

As the sun shined over the picturesque landscape of Stanford University, anticipation is building for a special day of music at Frost Amphitheatre. On May 6th, 1989, the legendary Grateful Dead took the stage for a performance that would go down in history as one of their most iconic shows and my first set of

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Robert Hunter’s Tales Of The Great Rum Runners

Introducing the mesmerizing realm of “Tales Of The Great Rum Runners,” Robert Hunter’s magnum opus in the realm of solo endeavors. Hunter, celebrated as a seminal figure in the music world for his prolific songwriting partnership with the Grateful Dead, unveiled this hidden gem in 1974, etching his unique narrative into the annals of music

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Dead & Co at The Sphere

The Sphere, a massive concert venue nestled in the heart of a bustling city, pulsates with anticipation as fans from far and wide gather for a once-in-a-lifetime event: a performance by Dead & Co, the legendary supergroup featuring original Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann alongside John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, and

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Exploring the Psychedelic Odyssey of the Grateful Dead

The Grateful Dead’s music is often described as a psychedelic odyssey, a journey through sonic landscapes where boundaries blur and reality shifts. Rooted in the counterculture of the 1960s, the Dead’s sound reflects the era’s ethos of experimentation and exploration. Central to the Grateful Dead’s psychedelic aesthetic is their improvisational approach to music. Drawing from

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