Reviews

Dead & Company Summer Tour 2018: The Numbers, The Bust Outs, and Uncle Johnny Boy's Band

Dead & Company Summer Tour 2018: The Numbers, The Bust Outs, and Uncle Johnny Boy's Band

Dead & Company continued blowing minds and testing the waters this summer, playing a whopping 117 different songs in 24 shows.  This included six debut songs and teases from many famous songs not from the Grateful Dead's catalog. 

Dead and Company 6/20/18: Won't You Come Out to Play

Dead and Company 6/20/18: Won't You Come Out to Play

The Cuyahoga Valley National Park’s scenic drive will take an individual on a trip through an Ohio Sunshine Daydream. Alongside Northeast Ohio’s towering trees and rolling hills Dead and Company took Cuyahoga Falls on a psychedelic trip through the cosmos.
 
The night under the stars began as the cool drizzle began to subside and the six-piece jam machine shifted into, “Feel Like A Stranger”. As the funky vibe was solidified...


Dead and Company Review Citi Field: Six Proud Walkers On The Jingle Bell Rainbow

Dead and Company Review Citi Field: Six Proud Walkers On The Jingle Bell Rainbow

“Now more time to tell how
This is the season of what
Now is the time of returning”
 
If you aren’t familiar with these lyrics from, “The Eleven”, lyrics penned by Robert Hunter and music by Phil Lesh, you may think this is a verse from...


Dead and Company Review 6/13/18: Working on a Masterpiece

Dead and Company Review 6/13/18: Working on a Masterpiece

Hartford has been a Deadhead stomping ground for ages.. legend says you can still hear the Weir howls amongst the hills from the 3/19/1990 “Around and Around”.  Last night Dead and Company once again returned to Hartford and delivered a magnificent show with a steady and heart-filled delivery. The night began with a solid first half of the second set. “Hell in a Bucket”, “Next Time You See Me” and “Ramble on Rose” all fixated the Dead itch for all the tie-dyed-wild-eyed folks in Hartford. After the initial foundation of good vibes was laid...


Dead And Company 6/11/18 Review: Off To The Races

Dead And Company 6/11/18 Review: Off To The Races

Dead and Company’s stop at SPAC in 2017 featured the mysterious magic of the Dead’s music at full force when “Looks Like Rain” collided with drizzling rain. In a manner to continue the magic, the boys continued their summer tour and returned to SPAC last night.
 
The night began with a classic, “Jack Straw” opener. “Jack Straw” opened up Camden night 1 in a rather slow fashion. “Jack Straw” openers...