The Grateful Dead are an American institution, one of very few bands that did exactly what it wanted and still managed to be incredibly successful.
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Rumors of a possible return by the Grateful Dead have heated up ever since Furthur, the band formed by the Dead's Bob Weir and Phil Lesh, called it quits in early November.
Back when the Grateful Dead recorded their first live album during the early part of 1969, they weren't yet known for the fluid set lists and deep exploration of their songs that would soon define their career.
As the Grateful Dead's 50th anniversary approaches, Furthur, the band formed by the Dead's Bob Weir and Phil Lesh, have called it quits. And the news is fueling rumors that the Dead may reunite next year to celebrate their golden anniversary.
When the Grateful Dead released ‘Built to Last’ on Oct. 31, 1989, hopes were high for a successful follow-up to their big hit, 1987's ‘In the Dark.’
The Grateful Dead will celebrate their 50th anniversary next year, and they're marking the occasion with a film executive produced by Martin Scorsese and billed as "their first official career-spanning documentary."
Attention, Deadheads! Ultimate Classic Rock and ORG Music are giving away a copy of a new limited-edition vinyl set devoted to the Grateful Dead's July 4, 1989, show at Rich Stadium in Buffalo.
We're giving away a copy of the upcoming 'Live at the Cow Palace' box set by the Grateful Dead.
The Grateful Dead released their seventh studio album on June 27, 1974.
The Grateful Dead were inching ever closer to capturing something essential in the studio with 'Aoxomoxoa,' which was released on June 20, 1969.