October 19, 2021

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1. Phil Lesh Opens Second Leg of Nine-Show Cap Run with Amy Helm, Joe Russo and More

After reuniting The Q last week, Phil Lesh went back to The Capitol Theatre on Oct. 18 for three more nights of musical celebration, this time enlisting Friends like Stuart Bogie, Amy Helm, Eric D. Johnson, Josh Kaufman, Grahame Lesh, Elliott Peck, Joe Russo and Benmont Tench. CONTINUE...

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2. The Rolling Stones Add 7,000-Person Florida Underplay as ‘No Filter’ Finale

The Rolling Stones have added one last show to their current No Filter tour, giving fans the chance to see them in a notably smaller venue than usual. CONTINUE...

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3. Aaron Ferguson’s: Let There Be Light ~ Fall Cyberspace Tour 2021 Rockin’ Weeknights in Oct. & Nov. @ 9:00PM ET on

Multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter Aaron Ferguson is performing live on weeknights at 9:00 PM ET in Oct. & Nov. Each show features Aaron’s original music along with covers of songs you know and love. All shows are Pay What You Can and require a registered Stageit account. Tune in for fun times in Cyberspace! LEARN MORE...

4. Grateful Dead T-Shirt from 1967 Sells for a Record $17,640 at Auction

A Grateful Dead t-shirt has set a new record for the highest-selling band t-shirt in auction ever. The shirt which was sold through Sotheby’s went for a staggering $17,640, nearly doubling the previous record-holder a Led Zeppelin t-shirt from a 1979 show at Knebworth, which was sold on eBay for $10,000. CONTINUE...

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5. Little Feat Announce 45th Anniversary Waiting for Columbus 2022 Tour 

Little Feat have announced their Spring 2022 tour in celebration of the 45th anniversary of their legendary LP Waiting for Columbus. On the heels of their November “By Request” tour, Little Feat will return to the road for a 21-city-tour where they’ll replicate the album in its entirety at every stop. CONTINUE...

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6. Squid: Modern-Day Dystopian Sounds

Squid’s debut album, Bright Green Field, reflects the unconventional songwriting style the members of English quintet have explored since they first came together a few years ago while they were still in college. CONTINUE...

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7. Listen: Real Estate Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Days with New Television Cover

Real Estate have announced that to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their breakout album Days they’ve shared a special tribute to the Television song that inspired their album’s style, sound and even name. CONTINUE...

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