Thankfully, the surviving members announced a handful of shows this past summer with a few major players of modern music. The spontaneous endeavor played to success. Now comes the news that John Mayer is join the fold as an indefinite replacement for the great Garcia, and Dead and Company tickets became very popular in an instant.
The Grateful Dead were the single greatest and most influential psychedelic band from 1970 through 1995. It was an epic, unparalleled run fueled by a collection of members who came and went, fronted by Jerry Garcia, who became the unofficial voice for the counterculture movement. Garcia died in 1995, and all fans assumed that the daring and important collection of musicians would also fade into darkness.
All fans of the Grateful Dead hope to see them perform their legendary hits and display their one-of-a-kind energy for as long as possible. The addition of John Mayer means that tickets for Dead and Company are currently available, and hopefully available well into the future.
Two shows scheduled for New York City's Madison Square Garden will unfold on Halloween, October 31 and Sunday, November 1. Given the status and prestige of the New York City venue, it may come as a surprise to some Grateful Dead fans that cheap Dead & Company tickets are only a click away.
Don’t quote us, but upcoming shows are likely to be announced as the rest of the year unfolds. Deadheads can purchase tickets now for the Madison Square Garden dates in order to ensure that they will see the newfound version of the band perform live. Daring and a risky fans who enjoy tiptoeing the line of insanity can wait for upcoming dates to be announced, at their own risk.
The list of musical acts since 1975 that the Grateful Dead has had an impact on is long and illustrious. In 2015, the surviving members who continue to perform include Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart.
These three have seen everything and done everything throughout their music careers on a fast train that often needed to watch its speed. This creates a gentle juxtaposition with John Mayer, a thirtysomething who is still very much in the prime of his career. Mayer is considered one of the foremost guitarists and vocalists of the past 12 years. Two Madison Square Garden shows loom. We have a wide selection for all other Dead & Company live shows.
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