UPDATED: 7Walkers Fall Tour

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Look for the the 7 Walkers, featuring Bill Kreutzmann, guitarist Papa Mali, multi-instrumentalist Matt Hubbard (Willie Nelson, Fastball), and legendary New Orleans bass man George Porter Jr. (The Meters, Funky Meters) in a city near you this Fall. Starting with three shows in New York, including a two-night stand at City Winery on September 2 & 3, the band will make its way to Colorado before swinging back through the South and wrapping up the tour at Durham, NC's Carolina Theatre on October 23. With George Porter Jr.

Rhythm Devils Free Download!

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As a thank you to their fans, and in celebration of the Rhythm Devils' performance at Gathering of the Vibes in Bridgeport, CT this past weekend, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann are giving away a 10 song compilation of live recordings from their 2010 Summer Tour. Fans can download the free compilation at rhythmdevils.net.

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7 Walkers Live Performance and Conversation on SiriusXM’s Grateful Dead Channel

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Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann’s latest musical project is 7 Walkers. He and the entire group including Papa Mali, George Porter Jr and Matt Hubbard stop by the Grateful Dead Channel studios to perform live and chat with host Gary Lambert during this special 1-hour broadcast! Airs Monday, January 24 at 3pm ET, with encore broadcasts on January 26 at 9am ET, January 28 at 1am ET, January 29 at 5pm ET and January 30 at 10am ET. Exclusively on the Grateful Dead Channel, Sirius 32 and XM 57.

7 Walkers Featuring Bill Kreutzmann and Papa Mali Announce Their Self-Titled Debut Release

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7 WALKERS TO BE RELEASED NOVEMBER 2, 2010

CHECK OUT EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEAK VIDEO HERE

"No lie, “Evangeline” may be my favorite post Garcia-Hunter song to date."
- Blair Jackson, (Dead.net/ Mix Magazine)

Grateful Dead Hour no. 963

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Week of March 5, 2007

Continuing the second set of 12/31/90, which we started last week, plus some more music and talk from the American Beauty Project in New York City.

Jim Lauderdale is about to release a second full CD of songs co-written with Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter. Patchwork River is due out May 11.

Bill To Play March Dates In Hawaii

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Bill Kreutzmann will be performing as part of the Tropical Jam 5 on 3 in the Hawaiian Islands this March.

Catch him on the following dates with Steve Kimock, Bobby Vega, Michael Kang & Chris Berry:

Friday, March 12 

Pauwela Cannery, Maui

All Ages

Doors 7pm

Show 8pm

Saturday, March 13

Pikake Pavilion, Oahu

All Ages

Show 7pm

Sunday, March 14

Kilohana Plantation, Kauai

All Ages

Show 4pm

With Steve Kimock & Bobby Vega:

Saturday, March 20

The Lava Lounge, Kauai

All Ages

Summertime Is Comin’ On (My, Oh My)! One Dead Show, Lots of Solo Stuff in the Offing

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If you’re kicking yourself because you didn’t get to see The Dead on their red-hot spring tour, you have one last chance to see them—at the Rothbury Festival in beautiful rural Michigan, on July 4. After that, it’s highly unlikely the group will perform together again in 2009, though most of the band members will all be criss-crossing America in different groups this summer.

Talkin’ About Music, Laughter and Life with Bill Kreutzmann

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When Bill Kreutzmann came off the stage at Penn State University’s Bryce Jordan Center after the Change Rocks concert last October, one of the first things he said was, “I couldn’t stop laughing up there… I was just having so much fun!”  When Kreutzmann is laughing, it’s a good bet that his fellow musicians and the audience are in for a good time as well, because that laughter is a product of the delight Bill takes in surprising himself and his partners in the creation of collectively improvised music.  You can look forward to seeing that laughing face a lot in the coming months, most

Grateful Dead Hour no. 97

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Week of July 30, 1990

Another Merl Saunders interview from the GD Hour archive. This program contains the same "Mystery Train" we heard in past week's podcast; at the time of this interview (1990), it had not been released; Merl gave it to me on a cassette as a special treat.

- DG

Garcia-Saunders 10/31/74 Memorial Gym, University of San Francisco
HE AIN'T GIVE YOU NONE

Merl Saunders, Blues from the Rainforest
BLUES FROM THE RAINFOREST
SUNRISE OVER HALEAKALA