Phil Lesh and Friends recreate  Grateful Dead xx/xx/1989  #Dead1989 #GD51 @TerrapinXroads 

Phil Lesh and Friends recreate  Grateful Dead xx/xx/1989  #Dead1989 #GD51 @TerrapinXroads 

Phil Lesh and Friends recreate  Grateful Dead xx/xx/1989? 

#philleshandfriends #grateroom #TxR #tuesday #Dead1989 #GD51 @TerrapinXroads 

Any guesses? 😁 

1st Set so far… 

Feel Like A Stranger, Built To Last, Little Red Rooster, Ramble On Rose, We Can Run But We Can’t Hide, Jack A Roe, Memphis Blues, Row Jimmy, The Music Never Stopped

SETLIST Dead and Company Summer Tour 2016 |XFINITY TheatreHartford, CT |Tuesday, June 28, 2016

SETLIST Dead and Company Summer Tour 2016 |XFINITY TheatreHartford, CT |Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Since I'll miss the Fenway shows

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💀+ company. Enjoying my last night as 32. Peace n love and music. #deadandcompany #meadowsmusictheatre

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Tuesday night Dead & Company with @ziverson1988 #babysfirstgratefuldeadconcert #deadandcompany #johnmayer #bobweir

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Dead & Company Tuesday June 28, 2016
Xfinity Theatre Hartford CT.

Set I
Hell In A Bucket bw
Cold Rain & Snow jm
Queen Jane Approximately bw
Big River bw
Row Jimmy jm
Mississippi Half Step Uptown Toodeloo >jm bw
Cumberland Blues jm bw ob

Set Break at 8:49 pm ET

Set II
Estimated Prophet bw
Eyes Of The World bw jm
Deal jm >
Viola Lee Blues bw jm >
Drums / Space >
The Wheel bw jm ob
Black Peter bw >
U.S. Blues jm

E: Touch Of Grey bw jm ob

Scribed/el FOJC

1st Set assistance: Scrivener/BB FOJC

Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead joined San Geronimo for their new album release party at Terrapin Crossroads

Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead joined San Geronimo for their new album release party at Terrapin Crossroads

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San Geronimo w special guest Phil Lesh
Brown Eyed Women >
Friend Of The Devil

Soul (San Geronimo original)

Videos by Eric Finkelman

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Shake Yer Rattle

Video by MarkoVision Films

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San Geronimo celebrated the release of there debut CD, Better Days, with a sold out Grate Room show at Terrapin Crossroads.

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They were joined by Terrapin restaurateur Phil Lesh, bass player from the Grateful Dead, for two Dead tunes (Brown Eyed Women, Friend of the Devil)  and Phil then played on a San Geronimo song, Soul.

Then the band continued to give a high energy deeply felt full on Rock And Roll show!  Really, they kicked ass!  Lead and pedal steel guitarist Dave Zirbel has amazing skills, fluid, precise, beautifully played.  Drummer Danny Luehring delivered powerful rhythm, and bass player Kevin White kept  the crowd grooving after Phil left.  Vocal duties on the soulful lyrics were shared by Darren Nelson and Jeremy D’Antonio, both of whom also play guitar in the band,and write the songs.

San Geronimo were originally called Tiny Television, with roots in Colorado. They evolved and changed names, and a couple of players, while they held residency at Terrapin Crossroads, being the regular Thursday night bar band there for quite a while. They continue to jam there on a regular basis, and some members have been parts of various other Terrapin Nation bands, including Cosmic Twang, Colonel and the Mermaids, Phil Lesh and Friends, and Terrapin All Stars.

They’ve really grown into a strong hard rocking band with country flavors, deep Americana, bluesy, soulful, and always a good time.

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I’ve been really enjoying their new album! They worked hard to produce it, and came out with an album of worthy songs and sounds.  I definitely recommend giving it a spin.  It’ll fast become a favorite.

It’s a pleasure to hear new original music in the Grate Room at Terrapin Crossroads…  Not everything from Terrapin needs to be a Grateful Dead cover or sound alike.  Good new music is always welcome! These guys rocked, one of the best bands I’ve seen there.  They filled the house with fantastic sound and their fans had a good old time!

Please check out San Geronimo!
San Geronimo on Facebook
San Geronimo Facebook page

Buy the new album, Better Days, on their website
www.sangeronimomusic.com

They’ll be playing July 3rd w Marshall Tucker Band at Lumberstruck, a Country music festival in Piercy California

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And in San Francisco on August 14th at Slim’s

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Rock on San Geronimo!

SETLIST Dead & Company Summer Tour 2016 | Citi Field Queens, New York | Sunday June 26, 2016

Dead & Company
Summer Tour 2016
Citi Field
Queens, New York
Sunday June 26, 2016

Set I
St. Stephen bw jm >
The Music Never Stopped bw *
Bertha jm *
Black Throated Wind bw
Peggy-O bw
Box Of Rain jm
Going Down The Road Feelin’ Bad jm bw *@

Set II
Jam >
Truckin’ bw jm >
He’s Gone bw jm * >
Help On The Way jm >
Slipknot! >
Franklins Tower jm * >
Drums/ Space / Piano solo >
Days Between bw >
China Cat Sunflower bw >
I Know You Rider bw >
Samson & Delilah bw jm *

*Donna Jean
@ Oteil

Scribed/el

Photo 📷 by Robin Stettner FOJC

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Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay joined Dead and Company again, Citi Field, New York

Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay joined Dead and Company again, Citi Field, New York

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Once again, the lovely Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay joined her Grateful Dead band mates Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann in their current touring band, Dead and Company.

Donna Jean sang support on “Shakedown Street” , “Loose Lucy”, “Sugaree” as well as stepped into a lead spot on the Phil Lesh composition “Passenger“, one of her signature tunes during her time with the Grateful Dead.

click here for full setlist June 25 2016

Photos by Matty Freeman

SETLIST Phish , Summer Tour 2016 | Wrigley Field Chicago, IL June 25 2016

SETLIST Phish , Summer Tour 2016 | Wrigley Field Chicago, IL June 25 2016

Phish
6/25/2016
Chicago, IL
Wrigley Field

Set 1:
The Moma Dance
AC/DC Bag
555
Waiting All Night
Heavy Things
Happy Birthday Richard ☺
46 Days
I Didn’t Know *
Divided Sky **
Cavern
Good Times Bad Times

Set 2:
Carini>
Tweezer>
Fluffhead>
Piper>
Steam>
Wading In The Velvet Sea>
Harry Hood>
Tweezer Reprise

Encore:
I Am The Walrus

* Fishman Electrolux Vacuum Solo
**Trey paused approx 1min28sec
(ty Bob Conleyvand Rich Bass)
Photo 📷 by Rachel Hunter

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SETLIST Dead & Company Summer Tour 2016 | Citi Field Queens, NY | Saturday June 25, 2016

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SETLIST
Dead & Company
Summer Tour 2016
Citi Field
Queens, NY
Saturday June 25, 2016

Set I
Shakedown Street  bw jm * >
Jack Straw bw jm
Althea jm
Loose Lucy bw *
Ramble On Rose bw
Sugaree jm *
Passenger bw *
Casey Jones jm

Set II
Dark Star bw >
Friend Of The Devil jm bw * >
Scarlet Begonias bw * >
Fire On The Mountain bw * >
Drums/Space >
The Other One bw>
Wharf Rat bw >
Throwing Stones bw

E: Ripple bw jm
One More Saturday Night bw

Scribed/el

*with Donna Jean

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🔥on the mountain

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#deadandco #nyc #summertour #doubleheader#night1

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Citi Field Set 1. ✔️. More soon… #deadandcompany

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Listen to Grateful Dead perform Carter &  Ralph Stanley’s “Gathering Flowers for the Master’s Bouquet”

Listen to Grateful Dead perform Carter & Ralph Stanley’s “Gathering Flowers for the Master’s Bouquet”

Listen to Grateful Dead perform
Carter &  Ralph Stanley’s
“Gathering Flowers for the Master’s Bouquet”
12-26-1969

RIP Ralph Stanley

“Dr. Ralph Stanley”
Founding Father of Bluegrass

From Wikipedia

Ralph Edmund Stanley (February 25, 1927 – June 23, 2016), also known as Dr. Ralph Stanley, was an American bluegrass artist, known for his distinctive singing and banjo playing. Stanley began playing music in 1946, originally with his brother Carter as part of The Stanley Brothers, and most often as the leader of his band, The Clinch Mountain Boys.

He was part of the first generation of bluegrass musicians and was inducted into both the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Honor and the Grand Ole Opry.

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POSTER FROM THE PAST: Zig-Zag Man, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service, June 24 & 25 1966, Avalon Ballroom

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From Professor Poster

This happens to be probably one of the most classic and iconic “Posters
From The Past” done during the 1960’s. This is Family Dog poster #14 entitled “Zig Zag Man” (duh….what else!) and I’ve got a lot to say about it!

This image is from the cigarette rolling papers product logo along with the Zig Zag product logo lettering. At the time this poster was done, most of the Hippie community smoked marijuana and, of course, used rolling papers to roll their joints. Just as almost everyone in the wealthy upper classes is familiar with the “Winged Lady” product on the Rolls Royce, most every Hippie was familiar with the product logo of the Zig-Zag man and the response in the targeted community to it’s appropriation for use on a rock concert poster was overwhelmingly favorable. EVERYONE just loved this poster. As cool as it was, other rock artists of the time said “Why didn’t I think of that?” It was so obvious, but it took Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelly working together for the very first time as Mouse Studios to come up with the idea and bring it to realization. There was however some fear that they would be sued for using this copyrighted image, but apparently the company saw it as free advertising and never bothered them. There is a certain irony to the quotation that they placed at the bottom of the poster. “What you don’t know about coping and duplicating won’t hurt you” This poster was so popular that it became the first poster to be pirated. When Chet Helms who was the head man of the Family Dog heard of the pirate posters he had a rubber stamp made up that read “Genuine Counterfeit” and with his posse went into the stores selling these posters and stamped as many copies before being ejected from the stores. It is part of the irony of their chosen form of Hippie Justice that both with and without the stamp these posters are also very collectable as well. The one seen here has a old both Mouse and Kelly’s signature from when it was first circulated!

And it was 50,……yeah 50 years ago!!! on this day in June back in 1966, that Big Brother & the Holding Company and the Quicksilver Messenger Service played this historic concert at the Avalon Ballroom here in our beautiful City by the Bay. Knock-out Light show provided by Bill Ham & Company (of which I was a fledgling member at the time) This poster has been printed an amazing NINE times both authorized and UN-authorized. Just as a footnote and not that it really matters to anyone but me, but it was the first time I dropped acid at the Avalon and I’ll never forget watching Janis as I sat on the floor right in front of the stage, singing her heart out. What a show it was ….especially for me!

Share the “Zig-Zag” man with a friend!
Nostalgically Approved by Professor Poster