The Grateful Dead Almanac has undergone several advancements in the past few years. Beginning as a printed direct mail piece, the Almanac has since evolved into an online publication, and now an app. Every day during the “30 Days of Dead”, the group will give fans a previously unreleased, high quality soundboard recording of a live-track for free on dead.net for one day only.
After the news of the warrant broke, Hart issued the following press statement: “I am totally baffled by a bizarre claim of assault by me coming out of Kentucky – the home of Bluegrass and a state I love dearly. Any accusation or claim of assault against me is completely false and without any basis whatsoever. I played drums on ‘Shakedown Street,’ but I never expected to be ‘The Victim or the Crime.’”
A number of new releases featuring classic artists came out this week. Whether you get your music via downloading, online ordering or going to an actual store and buying it, here’s some music that’s available […]
Are you the ultimate Dead-head (except independently wealthy with about $4 million dollars hiding under your tie-dyed duvet)? [lastfm]Jerry Garcia[/lastfm]‘s rock ‘n roll palace in Marin County is for sale. It might even include hoardes of devoted followers selling […]