O Canada! To help celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Great White North, we're headed to Record Store Day (4/22/2017) with P.N.E. Garden Auditorium, Vancouver, British Columbia, 7/29/66. This 2-LP, 180-gram vinyl set will also feature four bonus tracks from 7/30/66. Limited to 6,600 copies worldwide. Grab one while you can!
"Mind-roasting"? Don't mind if we "dew." Rollingstone.com's got an exclusive sneak preview of what might be the most magical "Morning Dew" of all time.
Head on over to Rollingstone.com for the world premiere of “Standing On The Corner” P.N.E. Garden Auditorium, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (7/29/1966).
Bob Weir’s first solo album in over 10 years, Blue Mountain is now available. Rooted in the great American tradition of cowboy songs, Blue Mountain features 12 original recordings created with Josh Kaufman, Josh Ritter, Aaron Dessner, Bryce Dessner and Scott Devendorf.
No paint-by-numbers here! Cartoonist Paul Pope and Art Director Steve Vance painstakingly put together the beautiful box that is JULY 1978: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS. Take a closer look at some the drafts that may or may not have made the cut.
Watch this space in the coming weeks for more reveals.
Take a look at the July 1 & 3, the booklet, and packaging sketches here.
Record Store Day 2016 is April 16th! This year's Grateful Dead release will be 4/25/77, Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ. The 4-LP 180-gram vinyl set will be limited to just 7,700 copies so you'll want to start scoping out your local retailer now.
DICK'S PICKS VOL. 6 is now available on vinyl for the first time. Remastered from the original source by Jefferey Norman and released by our friends at Brookvale Records, this individually-numbered 180-gram vinyl is limited to just 1,500. Get it while you can!
In honor of this here release, we've whipped up a very special listening party featuring track-by-track commentary from our 30 TRIPS DEFINITIVE LIVE STORY liner note scribe Jesse Jarnow.
Viola Lee Blues (Noah Lewis)
November 10, 1967, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA
GarciaLive Volume Five: December 31st, 1975 Keystone Berkeley celebrates the Jerry Garcia Band's three set performance at the storied Keystone Berkeley. While Garcia celebrated many new years on stage with the Grateful Dead, this performance holds the distinction as the Jerry Garcia Band's lone New Year's Eve appearance.
From the FAME and Muscle Shoals Sound Studios to the San Francisco Sound, Donna Jean Godchaux blends her two realities seamlessly on Back Around, her latest release with the Donna Jean Godchaux Band and Jeff Mattson. We snagged 15 minutes with Donna Jean to talk about her Alabama roots, touring with the Dead, and teaming up with Dark Star Orchestra's Mattson, husband David MacKay, a smoking' rhythm section, and "The More the Merrier Players" for this record. Read all about it here.