Phil Lesh is heading back to Asbury Park, and he’s bringing some Friends with him. The legendary bassist of the Grateful Dead is set to headline the Stone Pony Summer Stage for a special July 4th appearance. Phil Lesh and Friends, the ever-evolving musical collective searching for new revelations within the Dead’s...
A new jam band-theme edition of Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp that will give attendees the once-in-a-lifetime chance to jam with founding Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh is scheduled to take place October 27 to October 30 in New York City. The Relix Rock Camp event will feature four days...
Relix & Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp are Proud to Present the Inaugural “RELIX ROCK CAMP” Featuring Phil Lesh
Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp, now in its 25th year, announces the inaugural Relix Rock Camp in New York City, October 27-30. The camp features 4 full days of jamming, masterclasses, instruction and exclusive Q&A’s in a private studio to prepare campers to jam with the legendary PHIL LESH, JOHN SCOFIELD and ROBERT RANDOLPH. This exclusive limited capacity Camp will offer musicians the chance to live out their dream and check off this bucket list experience. Camp culminates with a showcase performance in front of family, friends, and jamband fans at The Cutting Room in NYC.
Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh kicked off his Phil Lesh & Friends summer tour on Saturday at the Frost Amphitheater on the campus of Stanford University in Palo Alto California. Phil was backed by a band featuring guitarists Grahame Lesh, John Scofield and Scott Metzger, keyboardist Benmont Tench and drummer Joe Russo for his first show at the venue since 2002.
Phil Lesh & Friends kicked off their summer run of shows with a rousing concert in the sylvan settings of Stanford University’s Frost Amphitheater, on a clear Saturday night where the weather cooperated fully and the temperature hovered in the low 70s and high 60s. Stanford alumni Grahame Lesh’s...
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Last night, Phil Lesh & Friends opened up their summer tour at the fabled Frost Amphitheater on Stanford University’s campus in Palo Alto, Calif. The performance featured Lesh’s son Grahame, Scott Metzger, Joe Russo, John Scofield and Benmont Tench, performing several Grateful Dead classics and Lesh penned epics. — The evening got underway with a jammed-out take on “The Eleven.” The lively tune – which Robert Hunter wrote with Lesh – was initially released onLive/Dead in 1969, despite being composed for the band’s third studio album, Aoxomoxoa. Next, they served up fan-favorite “Truckin’” ahead of a return to the exquisite chords of “The Eleven” to cap the monumental show opener.
Sacred Rose is a music festival taking place from August 26-28 at Chicagoland’s Seatgeek Stadium. Today, it’s been announced that Grateful Dead icon Phil Lesh will headline. The Phil Lesh & Friends lineup for the show includes Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and Nels Cline, and the set is being billed as a one-off show under the name Philco. Also performing with Lesh are Jeff Chimenti, Karl Denson, John Molo, Stu Allen, Grahame Lesh, and Elliott Peck.
Founding Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh will join forces with Jeff Tweedy and Nels Cline of Wilco and an all-star band of friends for the first-ever PHILCO performance at Chicago’s Sacred Rose on Friday, August 26th. In addition to Lesh, Tweedy, and Cline, the special PHILCO set at the...
In a pairing sure to delight jam band fans and rock aficionados alike, Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh is teaming with Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and guitarist Nels Cline for their first-ever performance as PHILCO this summer. The musicians will collaborate Aug. 26 at the Sacred Rose festival outside of Chicago, in what is being described as “a once-in-a-lifetime musical moment.”
Phil Lesh to Welcome Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and Nels Cline for PHILCO at Sacred Rose Festival’s Inaugural Event
Chicago’s highly anticipated Grateful Dead-inspired gathering, Sacred Rose Festival, has announced who will be joining Phil Lesh and Friends for their headlining act during their inaugural event. Lesh’s “friends” will be none other than Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and Nels Chine, who are set to perform as a supergroup under the perfect moniker, PHILCO.
WOAH! Incredible news today out of Chicago and the new Sacred Rose Festival which looks to be poised to make a HUGE splash in the jamband world as a first-time fest: Phil Lesh and Friends will include Chicago’s own Jeff Tweedy and Nels Cline of Wilco as part of their festival lineup.
The inaugural multi-genre Sacred Rose music festival will bring a promising line-up to Chicago this August. Headlining the festival are Khruangbin, The War On Drugs, Black Pumas, Animal Collective, Margo Price, and more. In addition to these exciting performers, Phil Lesh And Friends will perform with Jeff Tweedy and Nels Cline of Wilco.
Chicago’s new multi-genre festival SACRED ROSE, debuting at SeatGeek Stadium on August 26 - 28, 2022, has announced details of its Friday, August 26 headliner Phil Lesh & Friends. Featuring the world debut of special guests Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy (vocalist/guitarist) and Nels Cline (guitarist) alongside host and captain of...
We hope you're ready for a big summer in the land of the Dead. Nearly 60 years since its inception, the Grateful Dead is very much alive in the public consciousness, thanks to the unfathomable impact of the band's music. ...