Dead and Company's magical weekend round up. My two cents, videos and full audio from both shows. A real review to follow.

Dead and Company's magical weekend round up. My two cents, videos and full audio from both shows. A real review to follow.

  WOW! What can I say family. Dead and Company have evolved into a band beyond description since I saw them twice last fall. I have an official review to come with fancy photos and big words (like watermelon and elephantiasis). For now I am breaking up with Jackie Greene. My new man crush is the kid. I got tough competition with Bobby who is clearly in love with him as well. But in all seriousness heads this weekend was perfect. From the unbelievable tribute to Wasserman. That had Bobby and us literally howling at Rob while the band played an "Even So" for the ages. 
to Sundays' Space>Dark Star>Dew Encore Brokedown, U.S Blues. 

The after parties were electric as was all of Boulder. The city could not have NB been more gracious hosts. Before the audio and videos. I want to express how much I enjoy meeting all of you. I love all of our sandbox and consider you family. Even the spun out kid who yelled at me like a LeBron fan would Skip Bayliss.        
Words: Kevin Long
Now thanks to Jambase.com and 
taper Jeff Frank we have audio and some videos from night 1and night 2. Enjoy! 

Watch Dead & Company’s first-ever “Next Time You See Me” captured by Sean Roche:

Audio (Taped by Jeff Frank)

Setlist 

Dead & Company at Folsom Field


Audio

Video

[Bertha, Good Lovin’]

[Scarlet > Fire]

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