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Dead and Company announce 2020 summer tour

The 17 date tour includes shows at Chicago's Wrigley Field, Boston's Fenway Park and NJ's Metlife Stadium.

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Dead and Company at Wrigley Field
photo by James Richards IV
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Dead & Company add California dates to Fall Fun Run tour

Dead & Company have been rolling out dates on their Fall Fun Run tour a little at a time, and now they've expanded it to the West Coast.

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Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter, RIP

Poet and lyricist Robert Hunter, known for his work with the Grateful Dead, has died at age 78

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Grateful Dead tea is back from HeadCount.org; get a free box

In conjunction with voter registration nonprofit HeadCount.org, boxes of Ramble On Rose tea will be available for free to those who register to vote or sign up for election alerts through HeadCount, either online or at LOCKN' Festival.

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watch Paul Simon & Bob Weir play “The Boxer” at Outside Lands

The pair have been friends since Paul Simon asked the Grateful Dead to play Monterey Pop Festival in 1967, but this was their first time singing together on stage.

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Dead & Company at Citi Field
Dead & Co at Citi Field in June (more by Toby Tenenbaum)
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Dead & Co played Citi Field (with John Mayer playing Jerry’s Wolf guitar) — pics, videos, setlist

Never miss a Sunday show.

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Velvet Underground, Grateful Dead, Otis Redding & more; Bill Bentley tells us about his favorite shows, releases book

In December 2015, the Smithsonian put out a call for music fans to submit personal photos and stories from their favorite rock n' roll moments. Those have been collected in Bill Bentley's new book, Smithsonian Rock and Roll: Live and Unseen, which is out today. Bill's seen a lot of amazing shows over the years -- he tells us his Top 5.

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William Patrick Corgan played 2 nights @ Murmrr Theatre (pics, video, setlists)

Smashing Pumpkins' William Patrick Corgan (as he wishes to be called now) began his solo acoustic tour with two shows at Brooklyn's Murmrr Theatre over the weekend. Both nights featured two sets: first playing new solo album Ogilala as well as a cover of "If I Were a Carpenter"; and then returning for a second, career-spanning set heavy on Smashing Pumpkins songs (including deep cuts and rarities), plus a few Zwan songs as well as some more covers...

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Record Store Day announces list of 2017 exclusive titles

The 2017 list includes releases from The War on Drugs, Pink Floyd, Andre 3000, Animal Collective, Big Star, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Creation, The Cure, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, The Grateful Dead, Iggy Pop, Julian Cope, Robert Johnson, and more.

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Barneys selling $265 Black Flag t-shirts; $225 Joy Division, Black Sabbath, The Cure & more

Nothing says punk like two-hundred-plus dollar luxury t-shirts, right?

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