Bob Weir’s guitar is on thousands of Grateful Dead songs over the last 50 years, and the new documentary “The Other One: The Long Strange Trip of Bob Weir” profiles the legend of music and psychedelia. We’re reading Frank Scheck’s Hollywood Reporter piece about the film’s debut last year. After the Tribeca Film Festival premiere Bob … Read More
We’re collaborating with Relix Magazine this spring on their annual festival guide to provide them with a directory of family friendly festivals, and we’d love your input! Whether you’re a long time festival attendee or planning to take your family to a festival for the first time this year, please let us know what festivals you recommend … Read More
Get excited to watch a big screen presentation from Fathom Events and Rhino Entertainment who are bringing the Grateful Dead back to the big screen for the fifth annual Meet-Up at the Movies on Monday, May 4th at 7:00 p.m. (local time). This year’s can’t-miss Meet-Up features the previously unreleased last-ever Grateful Dead show at … Read More
If you’re in New York before April 25, 2015, check out Victor Moscoso’s acid rock posters and other works at the Andrew Edlin Gallery in Chelsea. Ken Johnson at The New York Times writes: In the 1960s, Victor Moscoso produced some of the most memorable acid rock posters of the psychedelic revolution in San Francisco. … Read More
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Here’s a super special Grateful Dead Covers Project video for you! Our very good friend and long time co-worker Laurie Kammer created this arrangement of Bird Song & Brokedown Palace. She wanted someone to harmonize with, so she learned how to split a screen in iMovie and harmonize with herself. So cool! Laurie fell out … Read More
Check out Grace DeNegre’s cover of Uncle John’s Band for this year’s Dead Cover’s Project. She did a great job creating her own arrangement and her voice is so sweet. We met Grace through her submission to the Dead Covers Project last year. It turns out she’s from the same hometown as Little Hippie founder … Read More