Grateful Dead icon Bob Weir celebrates his 75th birthday with three jam-packed nights at the Warfield Theater with his cosmic cowboy band the Wolf Bros.
Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros. are a new framework for interpreting the Grateful Dead that’s more interested in the true essence of the music.
More than 50 years since the Grateful Dead’s debut, how is it imaginable that they are still touring and the “jam band” scene has mushroomed? This is where it started.
Counterculture trailblazer Bob Weir pulls another ace from his sonic deck by adding pedal steel and horns to take the Wolf Bros sound to the next level.
The debut BeachLife Festival adds another unique event to the California concert calendar with three days of musical fun in the sun curated for the classic laid back lifestyle of the City of Angels.
There's a certain sonic gravitas in hearing Bob Weir's guitar in the trio format, and when he sings, "you can buy a whole god damn government today", he's reporting more truth than any corporate news media outlet dares.