Seen any of the boys (or Donna Jean!) lately in the press? on TV? in the movies? Post the info here!
Saw the boys perform on the Jimmy Fallon Show, they did a great job on a short version of Shakedown. Bonus online Brown Eyed Women to get the ladies in the mood.
Bob gave a wooo during Shakedown as the crowd neglected their part (forgive them, they dont know when or how)
Fallon is super excited for the summer tour and IMO did good in the way of getting others excited as well.
John seems to me very serious about his role playin' in the band and is doing his best to give new life to our beloved GD songs.
At the end of the show, when they all lined up together on the stage, Bob was winking and pointing to the Summer Tour poster like he was saying " Yeah guys, come on tour this summer...its gonna be a real good time!"
Cant wait to see them in Indy and Alpine!
Will I see you too?
Forgot to mention it was on jimmy Fallon, work you darn brain.
Played shakedown. Sounds pretty good,not Jerry but it never will be. BEW is on YouTube also
And a good one too: VICE SPORTS Q&A: BILL WALTON
I'm really delighted to see him and his magnum opus getting so much interest.
On the tube tonite, an interesting interview with Steve Silberman.
MSG awaits Dead & Co Halloween night!
This time w/o Phil, but with John Meyer, Otiel on bass and Jeff Chiminetti (sp?) On keys!
Should be interesting...
Bobby, Billy, Mickey, John Mayer et al.
I googled Grateful Dead today and one of the first results was an opinion piece on a Alabama news website. The article, titled: 'Grateful Dead, LSD, and Tie-dye? Not in Alabama thank you very much', states that 'the website Estately recently looked at the places in America where the most hippies live. Alabama came in at number 46th in the country, ranking low on the hippie meter for almost every category, with a slight uptick for social media interest in the tune in and drop out lifestyle'.
I thought that by sharing it here the author might have a chance to hear from some of the people she's perpetuating stereotypes about.
I put a little context around this in this article: