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  1. https://www.npr.org/2019/09/11/759904906/daniel-johnston-acclaimed-singer-songwriter-dies-at-58
  2. Peterborough band, not sure if they're still around. Found this info though, provides band member names. http://lcmp.trentradio.ca:17080/artist/county_boys As well https://www.ottawatonite.com/2010/02/05/the-county-boys-saddle-up-to-the-bar-at-irenes-pub-february-6th/
  3. Truly sad news. Rest well, in peace.
  4. I just want to give a big cheers to everyone who has shared within this thread over the years. I've been introduced to so much awesome music just from this thread alone. You all kick ass. Drink up!
  5. Circles Around The Sun Announce ‘Circles Around The Sun Meets Joe Russo’ EP, Share Single & Confirm Fall Tour https://www.jambase.com/article/circles-around-the-sun-meets-joe-russo-ep
  6. Gotta say, I disagree with his opinion here, yeah it gets done all the time and by more artists then we probably care to know. Like I said in the OP, Metallica certainly aren't the first or only artists to do it (hence why I didn't post the article title). Although defending it, and/or accepting it as business as usual just doesn't sit right with me. No doubt that attitude about it is likely one reason more and more bands are doing it. Not complaining though, I don't go to any big name acts or venues anymore (my last Dylan show was almost 10yrs maybe?), in part because of the whole ticketmaster/secondary market b.s back in the 2000s.
  7. I spent a surprisingly long amount of time trying to figure out how this would sound before playing it.
  8. I altered the headline in the thread title because this article is only about a deal made with Metallica that became public. Obviously they aren't the ones who started it, nor are they the only artists/band/promoters etc doing this shit. It's better than scalpers making the money I suppose, but I still think it's a crap practice. https://consequenceofsound.net/2019/07/metallica-live-nation-deal/
  9. Last time they sang together (duet) was in 1994 apparently.
  10. One of the weirder Dark Stars, 26 mins and trippy. Miami Arena - 1989-10-26 Set 1 Foolish Heart Little Red Rooster Stagger Lee Me And My Uncle -> Big River % Brown Eyed Women Victim Or The Crime -> Don't Ease Me In Set 2 Estimated Prophet -> Blow Away Dark Star -> Drums -> Space -> The Wheel -> All Along The Watchtower -> Stella Blue -> Not Fade Away Encore And We Bid You Good Night https://archive.org/details/gd1989-10-26.sbd.walker-scotton.miller.83428.sbeok.flac16/gd89-10-26d2t04.flac
  11. Grateful Dead Capitol Theater 1971-02-18 First Wharf Rat, and only version of the "Beautiful Jam" (transition from WF back into DS). Dark Star > Wharf Rat* > Dark Star https://archive.org/details/gd71-02-18.sbd.orf.107.sbeok.shnf
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    Epic Covers

    Black Crowes - Oh sweet nuthin'
  13. For me, The Grateful Dead hit those heights at a few different times through-out the years. Different line-ups, new tech, shifting social attitudes, drug addiction etc playing part in the evolution reaching those heights, for better and/or for worse. Forced to chose my favourite era I'd go with 69-72. Choosing a single point in time or even single year is impossible for me.
  14. Well said. I kind of forgot about stuff like that. He did move around a lot at times. Band was always on it.
  15. You're right about which album tour it was. Shades was released in July 91, and the show was in the November. One set was electric, and the other acoustic. The acoustic set had tracks from Shades and Seven Turns. Also Jeff came out for Apolitical Blues according to setlist.fm and Feat-base says the same. Though neither mention Dickie and Warren, but I swear they came out during Dixie Chicken. I swore Jeff played on that too though. Perhaps my memory isn't serving me right after-all. [edit to add] Jeff and Warren played on Dixie Chicken according to the comment from 2002 at the bottom of page on the show here: https://www.allmanbrothersband.com/11&year=1991
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