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Tales from the Golden Road
Sundays 4 pm ET
Rebroadcasts Mondays 9 am & Wednesdays 1 am ET
Join in an interactive on-air chat session every Sunday when Dead experts David Gans and Gary Lambert pick a different cool topic from the Dead’s history. Hear exclusive stories, great jams, and special guests -- including the band members themselves! Call in or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our Facebook page.
Grateful Dead Concerts
Daily 12 pm, 9 pm & 3 am ET
The experience of a full Grateful Dead concert, from their earliest shows in the 1960s to concerts by current Dead side projects; from pristinely mastered audio releases to legendary, sought-after audience recordings. Have a specific concert request? Email email@example.com.
Today In Grateful Dead History
Daily 7 am & 7 pm ET
Take in some amazing musical rarities as Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux chronicles the events and plays back the killer jams that happened on this date in Grateful Dead history.David will even dig into the vaults for some nuggets that have rarely, if ever, seen the light of day.
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 5 pm ET
Dead Heads take over the channel for an hour to play their favorite live cuts and recount personal stories of following the band.
I can't express how happy I am now that XM carries the GD Channel. Now I enjoy the Dead with every mile I drive. Honestly, I didn't know how well I'd like it as previously I listened to GD discs (got 'em all!!) on the car CD player. However, I know find myslef listening almost exclusively to the GD Channel in the car. Interestingly, I now listen to the Dead on my computer a lot more. As I type this I am ripping the entire Dick's Picks series so I can listen at home.
And at the Boulder show the night before!
With Denver being Mark Karan's 650th show and it being aired on the GDC it is looking like it could be one hell of a show!!
Thanks for the info!
"I've stayed in every blue-light cheap hotel. Can't win for tryin. Dust off those rusty strings just one more time. Gonna make em shine."
XM Sirius is broadcasting Ratdog's Denver show Monday night at 10 pm Eastern time.
In memory of the great taper Jerry Moore, who passed away this week, we will rebroadcast my January 8 interview with him this weekend: Saturday 10 am ET and Sunday 8 pm ET
And here's another interview with Jerry and two of his fellow legends, Barry Glassberg and Rob Bertrando, from Cal Expo in June of 1990.
I like the show, however, I got one beef with Lemieux's presentation. Play the songs first, then give me the schpeal on what went down this night. Or give me the schpeal but don't tell me the songs I'm about to hear. The only joy of hearing this stuff is not knowing what's coming next. How much fun would it be if the Grateful Dead came out and announced the set list before the show began. It would suck.
So if you read this stuff David, how about it? I like hearing the schpeal if you were there and any insights to the crowd, weather, ambiance, etc from the show your about to play. But don't announce the songs beforehand. I like to think 99% of the Heads out there can recognize the tunes and it makes listening all that more enjoyable when you don't know what's coming next.
And it would be better than having to turn off the radio until yer done yakkin' and guess when to turn it back on.
i agree donna would be the cat's meow if she played a few show's im going to the chicago show and that would be awsome to see her play with the dead,seen donna a few times at vibes in ny 2005 2006,and i was impressed with her show's seen her 2007 in black river falls wisconson,the three g's,i was disapointed with the turn out of hippies maybe 500 people there when she played only about 50 people watched her,i was sort of embarrased for her,thought they wouldn't come back to the three g's in black river falls,last year ohio.2009 back here i'm shocked!the campground is awsome,hopefully more hippies this year!give me some feed back,i wish and hope the dead play at alpine valley one of the greatest out door venue's in the good old usa!
Right on, DSO does a respectful interpetation of the Grateful Dead. Hey, Weir played with them.
The Tales... last week was a great show...the hours flew by...Tribute bands I believe are essential in keeping the music alive and thriving..not only with the older heads but by turning newbies onto the love and timeless bliss of Dead tunes...good stuff...the torchbearers are definitely out there helping to keep it burning brightly...much love...see ya at Camp ZOE in April!!!! it's right around the corner!!!
"In a bed, in a bed, by the waterside I will lay my head.
Listen to the river sing sweet songs, to rock my soul."
Weak move, bring back Rob....the 12/29 king!!
Decent (better than decent) recordings of two of those shows are currently circulating in the Vineyard:
Euphoria Ballroom 7/16/70 - included as part of the "Ladies and Gentlemen..." vine
Oxford Plains Speedway 7/2/88 - included as part of the "Vineyard 1st Anniversary Vine"
There's eight or nine people already on both of the signup lists so it would be nearly two months before the shows could get to you, but for a patient 'head, there they are!
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