Members of The Beatles and Grateful Dead share the stage for the first time at Fenway Park.
The National’s Dessner brothers lead a star-studded cast for a Grateful Dead covers album.
Swirling renditions of “Shakedown Street” and “Brown Eyed Women”.
17-date jaunt kicks off following the supergroup’s headlining appearance at Bonnaroo.
10-date jaunt stretches through the end of the year.
New project will make their debut at Madison Square Garden on Halloween night.
Legendary jam band announces shows in Santa Clara, and promises strict ticketing measures.
Another chance to see Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Bob Weir, and Phil Lesh on the same stage.
According to Stubhub, “This is definitely the biggest concert. By far. By far.”
Grateful Dead founding member also discusses the band’s impending reunion.
“These will be the last shows with the four of us together.”
Amir Bar-Lev will direct the authorized documentary.