Hey Now the Grateful Dead’s holiday release officially here, with Dancing Santa and Elf Bear Bobble Buddies, plus the patriotic Uncle Sam Bobble Buddy.
Each Grateful Dead Bobble Buddy is approximately four inches tall, hand-sculpted and 100% hand-painted. Each comes with double-sided tape so you can show it off on most flat surfaces in your home, car or office. There’s also the Dancing Bears Steal Your Christmas Tree bobblehead too.
Collaborations including Bob Weir joining Lukas Nelson for an unforgettable version of Willie Nelson’s “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain”; an unamplified, in-the-dark, Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz/Elliott Peck-led version of Blind Faith’s “Can’t Find My Way Home” during a power outage; and a unique closing musical sequence highlighted the eight annual benefit on November 23 for Music Heals International (MHI).
Globe Hall Presents Kings of Prussia (Ultimate Phish Tribute) with Tumbledown Shack (Grateful Dead) on Saturday, December 11 — Kings of Prussia is Colorado’s hottest new Phish Tribute act. Since live music has been returning following the Covid-19 pandemic, Kings of Prussia have been on a meteoric rise.
Dead Floyd is a celebration of the music of two of rock and roll’s greatest bands, The Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd, mashed together into one high-energy, unpredictable show. Drawing from both extensive catalogs of music, the Dead Floyd performances include early rarities to modern classics and everything in between. The love of the music of both bands inspires Dead Floyd to uniquely interpret the songs in a way that allows the music to timelessly live on and the legacy of both bands to stay alive to the next generation of fans.
Dead and Company returned to California for the first of several shows in the sunshine state on October 27th. The marathon concert took place at the North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre in Chula Vista. The vast outdoor venue is situated in the California desert south and east of San Diego. The location was the perfect backdrop for the multi-million dollar multimedia extravaganza that accompanies a live Dead and Company performance.
Early in 1980, Steve Kimock joined former Grateful Dead members Keith and Donna Jean Godchaux’s Heart of Gold Band, which already happened to have Greg Anton as its drummer. Keith fell victim to a car accident and the Heart of Gold Band went away, but the connection that Greg and Steve shared has endured. The duo immediately recorded an album of new music which would be released decades later, then started a band. Having gone through many, many names, Greg asked Steve how many were left on the list to consider: “Zero” wa