Grateful Dead Hour no. 1616

Week of September 9, 2019

Part 1 29:15
Dead & Company 6/26/19 Jiffy Lube Live, Bristow VA
A HARD RAIN’S A-GONNA FALL->
US BLUES

Scott Guberman, David Gans, Robin Sylvester, Greg Anton
THE TOWN THAT STILL BELIEVES IN MAGIC

Part 2 25:42
Grateful Dead 6/11/76 Boston Music Hall
IT MUST HAVE BEEN THE ROSES
LAZY LIGHTNIN’->
SUPPLICATION
BROWN EYED WOMEN
PROMISED LAND

That’s it for set 1 of 6/11/76. Set 2 starts next week, and it’s amazing! Lots of new music, interesting sequences, and some fine jamming. So tune in again next week! And thanks again to Charlie Miller for restoring the tape and sending it to me for broadcast.

Dead & Company live concerts are available in a variety of audio formats at livedead.co. Here’s a direct link to the 6/26/19 recording.

Scott Guberman and I got together in February to write a song. I had one line of lyric and melody that had been bouncing around inside my skull since 1995, and after a three-hour session we had this song, “The Town That Still Believes in Magic.” So you could say it took 24 years and three hours to write it! In April, we went into the studio with the great Robin Sylvester (Ratdog) on bass and Greg Anton (Zero) on drums. You can buy the song (or download it for free) on bandcamp. Enjoy!

Support for the Grateful Dead Hour comes this week from The Capitol Theatre and Garcia’s in Port Chester, New York. Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit bring their gritty Americana on Saturday, September 14. Alex Koford’s Colonel & The Mermaid play at Garcia’s on Wednesday, September 25. Garcia’s welcomes Moonalice on Thursday, October 17. Halloween is a time to shake your bones at The Cap with Phil Lesh & Friends on October 31 and November 1st and 2nd. Every Wednesday is Grateful Dead night at Garcia’s. Events, information, and ticketing at thecapitoltheatre.com.

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