Plus, a co-headlining tour with AJJ.
Two songwriting geniuses discuss their craft and Leonard Cohen.
Indie rockers return to their hometown for a Get Out the Vote rally.
What the rise of solo artists means for a genre once ruled by bands.
Frontman also talks with the PBS host about songwriting with his wife.
Katy Perry is also headlining a get-out-the-vote event ahead of the November 8th election.
In support of Weir’s first album in over 10 years, Blue Mountain.
An anti-Trump tune from the 30 Days, 30 Songs collection.
The pair also perform “Pink Rabbits”, “Heretics”, and “Left Handed Kisses”.
Former Grateful Dead rocker previews his first solo LP in 10 years.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra filmed a funky drug trip for their cover of The Grateful Dead’s “Shakedown Street” — watch
We have no idea what’s going on here, but it’ll either give you nightmares or make you want to dance.
Plus, the Grateful Dead’s member will tour the US in the fall.