TODAY: Grateful Dead Presents Dead Studies: The Wonders of Dark Star

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This Friday, April 8th, will see the premiere of the livestream event “Dead Studies: The Wonders Of Dark Star” on the Grateful Dead’s Official YouTube channel. Host Dr. Graeme M. Boone, professor of musicology at The Ohio State University, will present his detailed analysis of the first “Dark Star” of the Europe ‘72 tour, from Wembley Empire Pool, 50 years to the day of the original performance. Boone’s commentary will be accompanied by a 30+ minute planetarium show synced to the song.

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Final Days: From The Vault - Property From The Grateful Dead And Friends

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Sotheby’s is proud to present From the Vault: Property from the Grateful Dead and Friends, an auction featuring items consigned from the collections of Grateful Dead Productions and their inner circle. The auction includes stage equipment from all eras of Dead tours including surviving components from the legendary Wall of Sound, and items from crew members “Big” Steve Parish, Lawrence “Ram Rod” Shurtliff, and t-shirts from the band's longest serving sound engineer Dan Healy.

Dead & Company Summer Stream

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Truck along with the Dead & Company Digital Concert Series.

Live audio for these recordings was mixed and remastered by Dead & Company’s Front of House Engineer, Derek Featherstone, and the band’s Recording Engineer, Ross Harris. Longtime Grateful Dead family member and Tales From The Golden Road host Gary Lambert will be serving up show notes on this here page.

Listen how and when you want: all shows will be available on all digital download and streaming services.

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Now Available: Vinyl Me Please - The Story Of The Grateful Dead 14-LP Audiophile Vinyl Boxed Set

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