Why See Dead And Company?
Dead & Co Hits The Road - with john mayer!
John Mayer joins The Grateful Dead! Deadheads of the US unite! The Grateful Dead is still alive and kicking as three of its core members hit the road on tour. Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir will be joined by guitarist John Mayer who'll be taking over lead vocals and filling in for the late Jerry Garcia. Catch these living legends live near you this summer!
Once hailed as the "Grandfathers of the Jam Band Scene", this reincarnation of the legendary quartet will breathe new life into their improvisational jazz and psychedelic space jams, revisiting old tunes and working with Mayer to take them places they've not yet been. Don't miss this chance to see Rock history in the making!
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