No 30 days of dead this year? :-/
but I would check with Customer Service on the particulars.
hello, i can't find the information in you term of services :
do you ship in Saint Martin island, and if yes, what is the price. Thanks in advance.
i'm trying to find a show and set list from it, but I cant seem to find it in the show archives. It was my first Dead show and I LOVED it and have been a head ever since. I don't recall the exact date. What i do know is that it was roughly 1976-77. A warm beautiful June or July afternoon/night in a small outdoor stadium in New York(not the city). Like a college stadium with one cement level. The dead was the headline band with 2 other openers. One was the Good rats. I found a show in 1979, but i'm sure the show I saw was before that.
If anyone can help me 'remember' that show I would be greatly appreciative.
"HEY, WHO WON THE WEED BOWL, MAN?" - a question shouted in my direction (from a vehicle) in July of this year whilst standing on a corner in Seattle, WA outside Uncle Ike's pot shop. The guy next to me was wearing a Weed Bowl 2014 t-shirt. Something in my mind tells me all the competitors were winners.
Is it just me, or is an entry for China Doll missing from the 'Songs' http://www.dead.net/songs section of this site?
Surely someone in the world knows the answer, and I'm somewhat surprised that this information has been so difficult to locate. Here's what I posted last year:
My question is about Sam Hughes and John Williams. Those are the two guys in the 1977 Dead movie who were filmed while arguing about the movie itself. Sam Hughes was claiming that it was too commercial and exploited the Dead fans for money. John argued that it wasn't, and that in a few years Sam would watch the movie and like it. They ended up making a bet. Does anyone know what the bet was, whether or not it was paid off by the loser and/or what ever became of Sam Hughes and John Williams? I've searched the Internet but only found references to the segment in the film. In a way I would think many people would have followed up on this since it was such a noticeable part of the film, but I haven't had any luck.
Somewhere in one of the threads, someone was asking about who did the cover art on the FTW box set. Sorry it took so long, but here's the info:
Original Illustration by: Christopher Capotosto
Original Illustration Art Direction by: Chris Kovach
CD Cover Art by: Peter Grant
Did the 'Shows & Lyrics' tab disappear? I'm not seeing it. Will it be coming back?
I was unable to watch it after paying for it on computer, and sitting on hold with customer service for a ridiculous amount of time...YES I was using google chrome, had enough bandwith, etc. etc. but was still a big NO GO. Glad I only paid for the one night, I wont bother throwing away the money tonight
Thanks to person who posted a youtube for first set was great to see!