Haynes discusses the end of the Allmans, jamming with the members of the Grateful Dead and his new solo album, “Ashes and Dust.”
And one of those fans is an actual member of the Grateful Dead.
From ‘Box of Rain’ through ‘Ripple,’ the entire show 3-hour show is available in high-quality digital form, and it’s free.
Exclusive Grateful Dead items from t-shirts to tote bags will be available on trucks cruising Chicago over 4th of July weekend and beyond.
As they say, sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words.
When it comes to filling in for an iconic frontman, Adam Lambert has a few thoughts.
Some extra tickets for the Chicago shows will be going on sale this Friday, by the way.
The Grateful Dead’s “Fare Thee Well” final shows keep getting bigger.
The sale goes from April 11-12, and will offer up many items from throughout the band’s heyday that have never been on sale before.
The memoir is due out May 5.