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James Perse Truckin’ On With Grateful Dead Summer Collection

Los Angeles designer and luxe loungewear guru James Perse has collaborated with The Grateful Dead to release a line of next-level concert merchandise available at several pop-up shops around the L.A…

John Mayer, Dead & Company Play Charity Concert to Benefit Ocean Conservation

Dead & Company with John Mayer performed at Oceana's Rock Under the Stars concert and raised $1.1 million with help from Seth MacFarlane, Dean Norris and Eli Roth.

Rep Sheet Roundup: WME Signs Trio of Hit Rock Bands From CAA

THR's at-a-glance look at the week in representation news

‘Red Roses, Green Gold’: Theater Review

This new musical about a family of con artists, 'Red Roses, Green Gold,' features Grateful Dead songs written by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter.

Hollywood Bowl Confirms Bomb Threat During Dead & Company Show

The statement also confirms "no evidence validating the threat" turned up following a thorough search of the venue.

Sundance: Grateful Dead Doc ‘Long Strange Trip’ Goes to Amazon

Amir Bar-Lev directed the six-part documentary, debuting May 26 on Amazon Prime Video and with Martin Scorsese among the executive producers.

Ann Coulter: I’m a Grateful Dead Fan for Life

The conservative political pundit and author of 12 New York Times best-sellers estimates she saw the band 67 times and still listens to her 50 live tapes: "Loads of Deadheads were libertarians — and…

Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh Diagnosed With Bladder Cancer, Cancels Shows

"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," the musician wrote…

Grateful Dead Too Big to Fail at Fare Thee Well July 4th Show: Concert Review

Let's face it — the vibes in Chicago have been pretty darn good.

‘Game of Thrones’ Author George R.R. Martin, Katy Perry Celebrate Fourth of July With the Grateful Dead

Fare Thee Well brings VIPs including John Mayer and Woody Harrelson to Chicago.

President Obama Calls The Grateful Dead an “Iconic American Band” in Touching Tribute

On the Fourth of July, the group turned 50 and played their penultimate concert.

Grateful Dead Fare Thee Well Sets Attendance Record at Chicago’s Soldier Field

"The response has been one of police, the city and fans working harmoniously," co-promoter Peter Shapiro tells Billboard the morning after night one.