Little Richard's First Recording, CCR Breaks Up, CBGB Closes: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]Rocktober 16th: In which Little Richard records his first record, The Beatles scream like schoolgirls, full documentaries on Chuck Berry (John Lennon screams for him too), CBGB, live Grateful Dead and BTO...and more!
The Shortest Chart Topper Ever, The Dead Become Hippies: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]Rocktober 2nd: Washington almost had an official State Rock Song thanks to Almost Live host Ross Shafer...but another state did get one! Tour Haight-Ashbury with pinched-cheek media members, and see The Dead's pad! Plus live Genesis, Pink Floyd, and The Police!
LOCKN' Festival Hopes to Bring Positivity to Charlottesville"The times really demand that we embrace each other," Bob Weir said.
Hendrix Gets Out Of The Army, Lennon Gets An Airport: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]July 2nd: In which Jimi Hendrix was in the Army's famed 101st "Screaming Eagles" Airborne Division...but didn't much like it. The Beatles ultra-rare LONG version of "Her Majesty"...Axl Rose and The Grateful Dead start riots, and the second Mrs. Jagger on Letterman...
Members of Grateful Dead & Phish Cover Lady Gaga's 'Million Reasons'The heart-on-sleeve ballad from Gaga's Joanne sounded was moving and sincere. Weir and Anastasio traded off verses and joined forces for the chorus.
2016 Americana Music Awards to Honor Bob Weir, Woody Guthrie, Others“These artists have not only influenced the Americana community, but the musical landscape as a whole." said a rep for the Americana Music Awards.
Bob Weir Shares New Song 'Only a River'It's the first original material from Weir in nearly three decades.
'Dear Jerry' Tribute Concert will be Released in OctoberEric Church, Peter Frampton, Grace Potter, Widespread Panic and the Grateful Dead's original members all performed.
Bob Weir Announces New Solo Album 'Blue Mountain'The album will be Weier's first solo effort in 10 years, and his first album of all original music in 30.
Grateful Dead's Bob Weir Joined by Paul McCartney at Fenway ParkWeir and McCartney performed Wings' 1972 hit "Hi, Hi, Hi" and the Beatles' "Helter Skelter."
John Mayer, Bob Weir Duet on Dead Classic 'Friend of the Devil'The Dead and Company members obliged Deadhead Cohen's special request.
Bob Weir and John Mayer on the Future of Dead and CompanyMayer discusses if he'd record with the band, and Weir shares an odd vision of how long Dead & Co. may stick around for.