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Wednesday, June 1

What Do You Feel Having Watched Bobby's Interview with that Prick from Rolling Stone? . I wished he did not sign his name with blood. Here is a video of Interview. This is Gratefully Good News!

What Do You Feel  Having Watched Bobby's Interview with that Prick from Rolling Stone? . I wished he did not sign his name with blood. Here is a video of Interview.  This is Gratefully Good News! 
                                 
This interview pains me very much, but not half as much if they really record the last Album with Mayer. Bobby needs for his kids to take his car privileges away. He has finally cracked! It's a shame if the legacy ends at half empty stadiums for $150 a ticket with no taping allowed. Sell my whole childhood back Bobby. I hope Ratdog finds its way to the Art Room. 
     

Bob Weir on Dead & Company's Future, John Mayer's 'Classicist' Style

Guitarist also talks summer-tour repertoire, why Jerry Garcia "hasn't departed in the least"

It was as simple as this, according to Bob Weir: "We all liked the look in each other's eyes. What eventually rattled out was this band."


The Grateful Dead singer-guitarist was speaking on the eve of his second road trip – 24 dates in U.S. amphitheaters and stadiums, starting June 10th in Charlotte, North Carolina – with the latest iteration of his life's work in and beyond that 20th-century touring institution: Dead & Company, founded last year with Dead drummers Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart; former Allman Brothers Band bassist Oteil Burbridge; keyboard player Jeff Chimenti; and, in the perilous spot left by the Dead's late, lead guitarist Jerry Garcia, singer-guitarist and pop star John Mayer.    There is a link that will take you to the complete article. 

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