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Photo Gallery: Dead & Company • Wrigley Field • Chicago

Photo Gallery: Dead & Company • Wrigley Field • Chicago

| June 25, 2022

Dead & Co. Wrigley Field Chicago, IL June 24, 2022 Recap and photos by Curt Baran “Let us put men and women together/See which one is smarter/Some say men/I say no/Women run the men like a puppet show.” It wasn’t a mystery as to why those were the words Bob Weir chose to sing during […]

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Photo Gallery: Dead and Company at the Rauf Home Mortgage Music Center

Photo Gallery: Dead and Company at the Rauf Home Mortgage Music Center

| September 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

Well, we went from famine to feast. The concert landscape has become so overpopulated that it has become the norm that multiple shows occur on the same day. Since cloning technology has yet to be perfected, the alternative is to hit the road. Dead & Co. arrives this weekend at Wrigley Field, which also coincides […]

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Recap and Gallery: Dead & Company at Wrigley Field

Recap and Gallery: Dead & Company at Wrigley Field

| July 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dead & Company Wrigley Field, Chicago Saturday, July 1, 2017 No, Dead & Company aren’t exactly the Grateful Dead, but considering the group consists of Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann, plus the originally unexpected but nonetheless exceptional John Mayer with Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti, it’s an all-star tribute to the original Dead. […]

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Photo Gallery: The Dead @ Alpine Valley

Photo Gallery: The Dead @ Alpine Valley

| July 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

It was like old times again at Alpine Valley, The Dead invaded Wisconsin again.

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Live Review & Photo Gallery: Fare Thee Well – The Grateful Dead @ Soldier Field

Live Review & Photo Gallery: Fare Thee Well – The Grateful Dead @ Soldier Field

| July 8, 2015 | 1 Comment

The Dead’s final farewell…

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Cover Story: The Dead

Cover Story: The Dead

| May 4, 2009 | 0 Comments

The Afterlife Afterparty Bill Kreutzmann is in Washington D.C. and, from where he’s sitting, a bad place. He’s not getting weird vibes or whatever lame, hippie mysticism people derisively ascribe to his band and their followers – he can’t get an Internet signal. “I’m trying to get my computers up,” he says, pausing to plead […]

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