Whatever the current version of Furthur is up to, discuss it here!
Stream list, sorry not early but this is on iPhone while I'm watching raiders. Here's one http://www.ustream.tv/channel/furthur-msg11
I know I usually link but again iPhone.
Also chech for TaperRob under search for ustream for his sets.
Yeah my Raiders are playing the Chargers tonight, so going over to best friends to watch. I'll make sure to bring the laptop so I can at least give you guys the link while watching.
Oh and did I say YEHHHAWWWWWWWWWW.
It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!
That being said, Gonzo and JStraw I'll post the link here the second I get it. If it is a private guy (sometimes but not always) I'll be sure to PM you.
There are live streams, but usually there is about a set delay on several other non-private streams, so if you come home late or something.
...in streaming technology is called the "Couch Tour" and I'm told it's commercially available for $15 or $20 a show. You can have your own little rave right at home on the 80" plasma with speakers that will shake the neighbor's windows.
I don't know who does this or how it works or if it's real.
It could be as real as the rumor going around that these 250 Furthur shows are Bob & Phil's 401k.
That tapers will stream shows. I haven't participated in a live stream yet but the people over at furthur.net do that all the time, like every show. If I can find out more info I'll post here...
ANYBODY KNOW what radio station FM might carry tonight's Furthur show? Or you got a code for the TV feed?
Would love to be there but can't justify it to my non-dead partner...
Somebody mentioned gdradio.net might replay the show. Is this true?
Anybody know anything about virtually being there tonight???
The Dove's Nest in Sunderland, or near there, 10 minutes from the show.. I also would have went to the Peace Pagoda in Leverett, 20 minutes from the show and nice view with a tranquil vibe. I love the Pioneer Valley!
Grateful Dean, I'm actually learning to love the HI in Portland. We have always stayed at the Regency down in the Old Port, but the HI has a lot going for it. The view is amazing, the Dogfish restaurant nearby is really good, and if you're playing around with Priority Visa points, you just can't beat it! It looks like there are a couple more new bars/restaurants up in that area, but we haven't tried them yet. We really miss Katahdin - that was one of our all time favorites. DH bumped into them while staying at HI for a Phish show several years back. I've had some of the best meals of my life there. Sea scallops in a lobster-nectarine reduction on a bed of local mesclun - it doesn't get any better than that in my book!
I was really hoping the Time & Temperature building would be flashing "Welcome Deadheads," but it still says "Call Joe." I wonder if I'll ever figure out what that's all about.
Gonzo, I love the age diversity at the shows. I think it says something about this music that it can resonate with you whether you're 17 or 75. I don't think that too many bands could claim such a thing.
Awesome setlist last night. They did what I think of as the beautiful psychedelic songs - Crazy Fingers - Chinacat - St Stephen! And I've been waiting for Touch of Gray for Years - it was the encore, and DH caught it on the second note. I thought he was teasing me, as in "don't you wish the encore would be?" But he was telling me that IT WAS! Yes!
So do any of you guys know Amherst? I asked for restaurant suggestions on Furthur.net, and everyone is just laughing and sugesting McD's/bring a sandwich. Can it really be such a dining wasteland? And in a college town, no less? We had a pretty crappy dinner out there last year, but I was hoping we just made a poor choice.