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Ted Leo at Brooklyn Bowl
photo by Kate Hoos
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tours announced: Ted Leo, Fashawn, Black Flags Over Brooklyn, more

Plus: Scranton's Peach Music Festival lineup, Taking Back Sunday, Cracker/Camper Van Beethoven, and more tour-related news.

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Phil Lesh and The Terrapin Family Band at Brooklyn Bowl
Phil Lesh at Brooklyn Bowl in 2017 (photo by Lou Montesano)
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tours announced: Phil Lesh, Forward, Lebanon Hanover, Mike Gordon of Phish, more

Plus: Panda Bear, Dido, Hot Water Music, Dropkick Murphys, Young Dolph, Gary Clark Jr, Weird Al, and more tour related news.

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Tommy Genesis
Tommy Genesis (via Facebook)
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tours announced: Tommy Genesis, Lala Lala, FloydFest, Shannon Shaw, more

Plus: Taken and Mellowdrone opening for Thursday in LA, Massive Attack, Action Bronson, Cherry Glazerr, and more tour news.

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44th Annual Village Halloween Parade
Photo credit: Sachyn Mital
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NYC Halloween shows: A Scarily Selective Guide (GWAR, Deafheaven & more)

From GWAR and Coven to tribute band shows and parades for dogs and humans, here are our picks for best Halloween shows, events and parties in NYC.

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Margo Price Phil Lesh Willie Nelson
photo via Wallace Marx Jr
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watch Margo Price join Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh for “Lovelight” at Willie Nelson’s fest

Phil Lesh and Margo Price also sang with Willie Nelson at the end of his set.

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Phil Lesh and The Terrapin Family Band at Brooklyn Bowl
Phil Lesh at Brooklyn Bowl in 2017 (more by Lou Montesano)
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Phil Lesh doing Halloween run at the Cap; Bob Weir giving guitar lessons over Skype

Phil-O-Ween 2018 begins on Halloween night with sets from Phiddle (Phil Lesh + Twiddle) and Phil Lesh & the Terrapin Family Band, and continues with two more shows by TFB featuring Widespread Panic's Jimmy Herring.

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Phil Lesh and The Terrapin Family Band at Brooklyn Bowl
Phil Lesh at Brooklyn Bowl in 2017 (more by Lou Montesano)
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Phil Lesh making Apollo debut w/ Talib Kweli after Central Park show

Phil Lesh's tour schedule now includes three NYC-area shows, including a voter participation benefit at Harlem's historic Apollo Theater, where Phil will be performing for the first time.

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Grateful Dead
Grateful Dead in 1970 (photo by Chris Walter)
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Grateful Dead Studio Albums Ranked Worst to Best

The Grateful Dead are a legendary live band, but their studio material often goes overlooked. With this list, we celebrate the fruitful discography that the band created in the studio.

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Phil Lesh and The Terrapin Family Band at Brooklyn Bowl
Phil Lesh at Brooklyn Bowl in 2017 (more by Lou Montesano)
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Phil Lesh touring, playing Central Park; Dancing Bear bobbleheads out now

Having played duo shows with Bob Weir earlier this year, the Grateful Dead's Phil Lesh has a bunch of his own shows coming up in the spring and summer...

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Bobby Phil Trey
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Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir & Phil Lesh played Radio City with Trey Anastasio (review, videos, setlist)

The second set of the second night saw Bobby & Phil joined by Trey, and it was one major Dead fave after the next, all from their classic late '60s / early '70s period.

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