By John Henrikson
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A weekly dose of the best live Grateful Dead music
||Dead Show/podcast for 8/28/15||This week we feature yes another show from 1980.. this one was the last show of the summer tour that year, and took place up in Lewiston Maine, at a big outdoor festival there at the State Fairgrounds on September 6th, 1980. This is a wonderful show, and||8/28/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 8/21/15||Here is the second set of the Grateful Dead's performance at the Glen Falls Civic Center in Glen Falls New York on May 8th, 1980. This set displays the same energy as the excellent first set, starting off with an unusual 'Uncle John's Band' opener. Estima||8/21/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 8/14/15||This week's Deadpod is the result of a request from one of my long time listeners' who reported that his wife had one of those annoying incidents where some lout dumped a beer on her during this, her very first Grateful Dead show and nevertheless remained||8/14/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 8/7/15this||This week we present the third and final portion of the Grateful Dead's performance from the Watkins Glen Grand Prix Racecourse in Watkins Glen NY on July 28th, 1973. This may not be the best show of the year, but there is certainly some fine music here t||8/7/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 7/31/15||On this Blue Moon Friday, we present the 2nd installment of the Grateful Dead's performance at Watkins Glen Speedway on July 28th, 1973. We start with the last song of the 1st set, but arguably the highlight of the show, a classic 'Playin' In the Band'. T||7/31/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 7/24/15||This week I'm going to start to present the Grateful Dead's performance at the famous Watkins Glen racecourse from July 28th, 1973. Not only was this the largest rock concert attendance wise ever up to this point, it of course is most famous perhaps for t||7/24/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 7/17/15||On this week's Deadpod the band shows plenty of excitement and enthusiasm throughout a pretty great second set during their first visit to Red Rocks back in 1978. I've always been a fan of Cold Rain and Snow, and this is a great way to open the set. Garci||7/17/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 7/10/15||As I pondered what show to bring you this week, in the shadow of the emotion and excitement of last weekend's Fare Thee Well shows, I settled upon this show which marked the band's first visit to one of their very favorite venues, Red Rocks. This took pla||7/10/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 7/3/15||Happy 4th ! and of course Happy Fare Thee Well Weekend! This week i thought it appropriate to feature a set from Chicago so we will finish up with set 2 from the Auditorium Theater in Chicago Il that was played back on June 29th, 1976. Not only is t||7/3/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
what a long strange trip it's been
I LOVE the Dead Show! These one-hour broadcasts (after a brief intro by the host) that capture the Dead live in concert (forgotten words, missed cues, and all). Perhaps you have to be a Dead Head like me... I magine my delight when one week the podcast was from the one and only performance I experienced: 17 May 1974 in Vancouver. The jams and continuous flowing from one song to another are great. It is also interesting to see how songs evolve through the band's career, changing from the studio album versions. Tune in!
The Best Dead Podcast
Without a doubt the best 60 to 90 minutes every week. Sit back, dim the lights and enjoy the show... it's like being there. And remember it's free here but your support is encouraged. Go to the Professors website. Southside AdGuy
The Dead are Alive!And well I might add.
I can't believe what a find this weekly radio event is! Thanks to Dave at "Joe Beef" Restaurant in Montreal for informing me of this DEAD SHOW. My laptop thanks you too. I couldn't find these live and historic events anywhere. Thanks John.