Watch Grateful Dead, Trey Anastasio Play 'Truckin''
Clip previews new 'Fare Thee Well' box set documenting band's final Chicago shows
Grateful Dead's Phil Lesh Reveals Bladder Cancer Battle
"I was diagnosed with bladder cancer in early October, and have spent the last few weeks at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale doing tests and eventually surgery to remove the tumors," bassist writes
SiriusXM Will Broadcast Final Grateful Dead Concerts
Satellite radio giant announces chance to win tickets to all three Chicago shows
Is This the End for Classic Rock's Greatest Guitar Makers?
Building custom instruments for the Grateful Dead, Carlos Santana, Fleetwood Mac and others, the Wickersham family has been on the cutting edge of sonic sorcery. But are these artisanal wizards becoming obsolete?
Hear Grateful Dead's 'Estimated Prophet' With Branford Marsalis
The recording is featured on two upcoming box sets, 'Spring 1990 (The Other One),' and a three-disc collection of that concert, 'Wake Up and Find Out 3/29/90'
Phil Lesh Still Coming to Terms With Jerry Garcia's Death
The Grateful Dead bassist looks back on a life of jamming and the loss of his friend
Phil Lesh's Long Strange Trip to Brooklyn
27 Rockers Going Strong After 70
The retirement threshold was just the beginning for these legends
Warren Haynes Announces 25th Annual Christmas Jam
North Carolina festival will feature Gov't Mule, Grace Potter and more
Grateful Dead Play 'Jack Straw' in 1972
Performance was part of a benefit with author Ken Kesey
The Grateful Dead's Greatest Year
A new box captures the band's epic 1977 shows. But offstage, things were beginning to fray
Neil Young Returning to U.S. to Headline Interlocken Festival
New Virginia event will also feature Furthur, Zac Brown
The Grateful Dead Jam on 'Uncle John's Band' and 'Sugar Magnolia' in 1977
Songs come from 14-disc 'May 1977' set reliving seminal tour
Bob Weir Falls Onstage During Furthur Show
Guitarist is unable to finish concert in Port Chester, New York
20 Essential Grateful Dead Shows
Sublime solos, 30-minute jams and a fierce show in a Danish cafeteria – 20 must-own gigs for every Deadhead