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Bob Weir and Wolf Bro’s 10/20/18: Bring Back The Wolfman

Bob Weir and Wolf Bro’s 10/20/18: Bring Back The Wolfman

Two nights ago, at a casino in Reno, Bob Weir stepped up to the mic and said “If you want exactly perfect you are going to have to wait two or three nights”, well this is the third night of the Weirwolf's tour, and it was well worth the wait.

Photo credit: Doug Clifton


Bob Weir and The Wolf Bro's 10/18/18: Go Ahead And Give It To Me

Bob Weir and The Wolf Bro's 10/18/18: Go Ahead And Give It To Me

Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros head to the city of angels for the second show of their fall tour. The show began with “Easy to Slip”, a track first reached by Little Feat but made its way to Bobby's “Heaven Help the Fool Album”.

Photo Credit: Doug Clifton


Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros 10/16/18: Happy Birthday Bobby!

Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros 10/16/18: Happy Birthday Bobby!

Bob Weir, our favorite psychedelic cowboy, turned 71 yesterday. In addition to another circle around the sun, Bobby also kicked off the first fall tour stop of Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros in Reno, Nevada.

Photo Credit: Bob Minkin Photography (minkinphotography.com)


Not Fade Away: Last Dead & Company 2018 Show

Not Fade Away: Last Dead & Company 2018 Show

Last night at Lockn Festival the mountain ranges of Virginia echoed with the familiar heartbeat that comes along with, “Not Fade Away”, as Dead and Company prepared to hit the stage for the encore to their last show of 2018. Deadheads of all ages, creeds, and colors bounced back and forth to the beat as if in a trance until the band hit the stage. Once Dead and Company returned to the stage they graced the audience with D&C’s first three-song encore. Souls were moved and tears were shed as the curtain was pulled on the last Dead and Company show of 2018.

At Least I'm Enjoying the Ride: Lockn Dead & Company Night 1 Setlist Review

At Least I'm Enjoying the Ride: Lockn Dead & Company Night 1 Setlist Review

The mountain ranges began to turn a darker hue of purples as the sun set upon Infinity Downs Farm for Dead and Company’s first performance last night at Lockn Festival. At the present time, most Deadheads can agree that there has been an excessive amount of chatter regarding the tempo of Dead and Company shows and the boys came to Virginia with all intentions to strike those down.