Why See Bob Weir?
Bob Weir and the Wolf Brothers
2016s Blue Mountain was a special album for Bob Weir. It was the first record of entirely original material form the Grateful Dead man in thirty years, and is also a deeply personal one. This year sees Bob Weir joining forces with legendary musician Don Was and drummer Jay Lane in a 19 date tour. The new band will be exploring songs of the Grateful Dead and more!
Bob Weir is best known for being the founding members of Grateful Dead. After the band went their separate ways in 1995, Weir began performing with the Other Ones, later known as The Dead, with saw Weir sharing the stage with other former members of the Grateful Dead. Since then, Weir has founded and performed with several other bands.
There's no slowing this icon down, see Bob Weir and the Wolf Brothers when they come to a town near you.
Performance date: 23 October 2018
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