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Mountain Jam Releases Daily Schedule Featuring Allman Brothers, Gov’t Mule + More

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The Mountain Jam Festival, set for June 5-8 at Hunter Mountain, N.Y., has released its daily schedule of performers.

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Bob Weir Documentary to Screen at Tribeca Film Festival

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New York's Tribeca Film Festival will have a distinct Bay Area flair to it. A documentary about the life of Bob Weir will be premiered at the prestigious event.

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Bob Weir Calls for Grateful Dead Reunion

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With the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead's formation coming up in 2015, Bob Weir is urging the group's surviving founding members to put aside their differences for some sort of commemorative event.

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Gov’t Mule, Bob Weir, Tedeschi Trucks Band Highlight 2014 Mountain Jam Lineup

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The 10th annual Mountain Jam Festival will take place at the Hunter Mountain ski resort in Hunter, N.Y., from June 5-8. The initial lineup for the fest has just been revealed. An additional major headliner is reportedly still to be announced.

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Bob Weir ‘Unable to Perform in Any Capacity,’ Furthur Band Cancels Show

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The two incidents may be unrelated, but five days after Bob Weir collapsed onstage during his band Furthur's set in Port Chester, N.Y., the group has canceled its headlining set at the BottleRock Napa Valley Festival in Napa, Calif. They were set to perform on May 9.

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Bob Weir Collapses Onstage

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Late in Furthur's performance at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y. last night (April 25), former Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir collapsed onstage. The video is embedded above.

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Bob Weir Storms Off Stage During Acoustic Performance in California

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Monday night's (March 4) acoustic performance by Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead was cut short when Weir stood up and abruptly left the stage, mid-song. He was growing irritated with several chatty audience members, before leaving during Bob Dylan's 'A Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall.'

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Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir Recalls Providing Haven for Sammy Hagar

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Vince Bucci / Frazer Harrison, Getty Images

The great thing about making a solid living in music and entertainment is the ability it gives you to live near people doing the same thing. Though their styles may be different, Grateful Dead's Bob Weir can look down the street and occasionally catch sight of the "Red Rocker" himself, Sammy Hagar.

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Jerry Garcia Tribute Concert Thrown by Bob Weir Webcast Tonight

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In celebration of what would have been Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday on Aug. 1, his former guitarist in the Grateful Dead, Bob Weir, has organized a tribute concert for tonight (Aug. 3). The show will take place at Weir's TRI Studios in San Rafael, Calif., and will be webcast at their website beginning at 9:30PM Eastern.

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Grateful Dead Drummer Mickey Hart Laughs Off Bandmate’s Critical Comments

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Bryan Bedder, Getty Images

Drummer Mickey Hart believes “as long as we’re above ground, there’s always a possibility” that the Grateful Dead will reunite for a tour, going on to state there's absolutely nothing holding them back other than timing.

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