Tag Archives: Phil Lesh

Lockn’ begins, streaming live (including Phil & Bob’s ‘Terrapin Station’ set)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

It’s free to watch the stream, but they’re also taking donations and proceeds go to the Charlottesville Community Fund.

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Monterey Pop screenings, photo exhibit & more Summer of Love stuff

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Catch the restored documentary in a theater near you, head to Morrison Hotel Gallery to check out a photo exhibit, and read a recap of a recent Q&A with D.A. Pennebaker. Also: watch Michelle Phillips play “California Dreamin'” at Monterey Pop 50 with The Head and the Heart.

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1967’s best rock bands still touring (The Who, Dead, Beatles, Clapton, Floyd, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

A companion guide to our list of the 50 Best Psychedelic Rock Albums of the Summer of Love. Catch one of the many great artists still playing clubs and stadiums in 2017….

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Phil Lesh adds Central Park show; new ‘Long Strange Trip’ trailer out now

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Amir Bar-Lev and Martin Scorsese’s Grateful Dead documentary ‘Long Strange Trip’ will also screen in US theaters on May 25, ahead of its official release date.

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Monterey Pop 50 lineup & tickets: The Animals, Booker T, Regina Spektor, Leon Bridges, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Late last week, it was revealed that the legendary Monterey Pop Festival would be making a comeback for its 50th anniversary. They already revealed Phil Lesh, Kurt Vile, Father John Misty, Jim James, Norah Jones and Gary Clark Jr, and now more of the lineup is here…

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Monterey Pop Fest returning for its 50th anniversary (with Phil Lesh, Kurt Vile, Father John Misty, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Before Woodstock, and way before Coachella, the rock-music festival that started it all was the Monterey Pop Festival. That was 50 years ago, and the legendary festival will make a comeback this year for its 50th anniversary…

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Bob Weir joining Phil Lesh for ‘Terrapin Station’ at Lockn’ + daily lineups out now

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The day-by-day schedule is out for Lockn’, which also includes John Fogerty, Jim James, Sinkane, Hiss Golden Messenger, Margo Price, Antibalas, and more.

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Phil Lesh played Grateful Dead’s 6/7/77 Winterland set at BK Bowl (pics, review)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Phil Lesh celebrated his 77th birthday with a week of NY shows. At one of them, Phil and the Terrapin Family Band played celebratory re-staging of a vintage Grateful Dead Show from —not coincidentally, we suspect —‘77.

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Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band @ Brooklyn Bowl (pics, review, setlist)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

As good as the Monday show was, fans who were there for both nights said the Sunday show was every bit as good — hard to believe, but after comparing set lists, it certainly seems possible…

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Lockn’ fest: 2017 initial lineup & tix

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2017 lineup includes Widespread Panic, Phil Lesh celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Grateful Dead’s Terrapin Station, Margo Price, Brandi Carlile, The Avett Brothers and more.

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Phil Lesh & Friends playing NYC-area Halloween run (with Nicki Bluhm & more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Two of the shows include Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, who also play frequently with Hot Tuna.

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stream Lockn’ Fest live (with Phil Lesh, Phish, Ween, MMJ & more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

You can watch the fest live starting today (8/25). Since we last spoke, they added two Phil Lesh & Friends sets (one with Gary Clark Jr sitting in).

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NYC Memorial Day Weekend 2016 Events & Concerts

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Memorial Day Weekend is a good time to get out of town (maybe to a music festival like Maryland Deathfest, Boston Calling, Bled Fest or one of the free Surf Lodge shows in Montauk?), but for anyone staying in NYC, here’s a guide to some of the best shows this weekend.

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Phil Lesh adds two Coney Island shows to tour schedule

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

We were just talking about the The National covering “Morning Dew,” and here’s more Grateful Dead news. Phil Lesh has expanded his tour

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Phil Lesh adds 3rd Memorial Day Weekend show w/ Warren Haynes; Gov’t Mule touring

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh already announced two Phil & Friends shows for Memorial Day weekend at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, and now he added a third. This one happens May 27 with Warren Haynes, John Medeski, Eric Krasno and Tony Leone joining him…

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Warren Haynes leading Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration on tour, adds more Cap shows with Phil Lesh

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Warren Haynes has a lot of newly-announced Grateful Dead-related shows coming up. Also, there’s a panel for the new Dead documentary (that Martin Scorsese is involved in) at the Asbury Park Music In Film Festival.

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Metric at Sands Bethlehem, Phil Lesh at Tower Theater, The Paper Kites at Johnny Brenda’s

Source: The Key (WXPN)

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Photo by Justin Broadbent

Canadian pop / alt-rock quartet Metric will be performing at Sands Bethlehem tonight. The band manages to merge smart, socially conscious lyrics and potent vocals with driving beats and heavy guitar hooks. The result is biting and the show promises to be the same. Metric will be performing with Paramore, and you can find tickets and more information hereWatch the video for “Youth Without Youth” below.

Founding Grateful Dead member Phil Lesh will bring his Phil Lesh and Friends tour to the Tower Theater this evening. Never a disappointment live, Lesh and ...

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