The Dead Covers Project 2016
This year's submissions period has ended. Check out all the great performance with the Official 2016 DEAD COVERS PROJECT playlist.
Whether you play just like Jerry or like to give the Grateful Dead's beloved classics a unique spin, the 2016 Dead Covers Project wants you! We're calling all musicians - near and far - to share your love for the music and magic of the Dead through video. Show off your musical chops and you just might find yourself front and center on Dead.net during the month of February! The rules are simple - all video submissions must contain a song either written by or recorded by the Dead. How that song is interpreted, however, is entirely up to you.
Upload your video to YouTube, tag it "DeadCoversProject," and we'll make it available to view on the band's official YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/gratefuldead. Can't carry a tune? Join the fun by "liking" your favorites on YouTube.
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And through it all, my entry from last year seemed to attract more attention than any current ones....
Hoping its not to late!
Here's our jam over the classic Dead tune
Bear's Choice, a Grateful Dead tribute band in the NYC area performs Black-Throated Wind for the #DeadCoversProject 2016. This is just a fragment of the ending when we got stage-jacked by "the hat guy."
We are the Great Corporation a Rock Band From sicily,Italy and we played Stella Blue for the DeadCoversProject.Peace and love from sicily.
The Grateful Dead covered Chester "Rub-a-Dub" Johnson's version of Good Lovin' at the Aardvark Speedway in Toadsuck, Arkansas in 1977. This is a cover version of that legendary cover version.
Yes, Thank you! I figured I would contribute again this year with something simple that I LOVE to play. The instrument is a Ukulele =)
Peace <3 ~ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQ552QeEVhE
hi laurie, what a wonderful suprise...you did ripple proud...i loved both your singing voice and [what was that instrument?]-playing...great job & i can't wait to hear from you again with another dead-tune...peas & out, uncle les
Our Covers Project entry: