Trey Anastasio Band Kicks Off West Coast Run at The Observatory North Park [SETLIST/STREAM]

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Trey Anastasio Band just arrived on the West Coast for a set of shows following their two-night run at The Capitol Theatre last weekend, kicking off the run tonight in San Diego at The Observatory North Park. They’ll move up to Los Angeles from here and continue on through the end of the month hitting a ton of other metros they haven’t visited in a while.

We’ll have the setlist and stream links below as the night progresses, so tune in if you were one of the unlucky ones shut out from the sold-out show.

Trey Anastasio Band at The Observatory North Park, San Diego 1.16.20

Set I: …

Trey Anastasio Band Setlist The Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA, USA 2020, 2020 Winter Tour

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Watch Jenny Lewis & Beck Cover “Love Hurts” At CORE Benefit Show

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Last night, Sean Penn hosted the 10th annual gala for his charity CORE, which started after the 2010 Haiti earthquake and aims to help out an area after it is struck by a natural disaster. The event took place at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. More »

Stream J. Cole’s Revenge Of The Dreamers III: Director’s Cut Featuring Vince Staples, 6lack, Saba & More

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Last year, J. Cole released a beautifully chaotic compilation album called Revenge Of The Dreamers III, which was recorded during what sounds like a very productive 10 day rap camp in Atlanta that produced 142 songs in total. Eighteen of those tracks were included on the original compilation, and today J. Cole has … More »

Marcus Santoro Pulls In Multi-Genre Inspiration For “Blackout”

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Marcus Santoro refreshes the melodic trance sound with his new single “Blackout”. Lauren L’aimant was brought in for vocal support on this one. Santoro spreads out his musical inspirations for “Blackout”, swooping in progressive house, big room, and trance sound. Combined, they deliver gracefully undulating melodies, an uptempo BPM, and ethereal vocals. “Blackout” evokes the

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Slingbaum Announces New Album With D’Angelo, Erykah Badu, FKA twigs, More

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The mysterious project Slingbaum One also features Damon Albarn, Bilal, Syd, Questlove, Nick Hakim, and others

David Bowie – “I Can’t Read ’97”

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Some new material is making its way out of the David Bowie archives. Last week, we found out about a pair of releases featuring some unreleased and alternative versions of songs. More »

Dead & Company Kicks Off Playing in the Sand Cancún Event [SETLIST/STREAMS]

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Dead & Company returns to the stage tonight for their first of three shows in Riviera Cancún at the Moon Palace resort as part of their Playing in the Sand destination event. The band closed their 2019 with a mini West Coast Fun Run with two shows in Los Angeles and two shows in San Francisco, so no dust had time to settle and we’d expect a tight set of shows featuring the new Grateful Dead band.

As always, Dead & Company is Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, and Mickey Hart from the original Dead lineup, and they’re joined by John Mayer, Jeff Chimenti and Oteil Burbridge to round out the full sound.

If you couldn’t make it down to Mexico for the shows, you can tune into Couch Tour officially via LiveDead.co or scroll down for some streams from the show (as well as the setlist).

Dead & Company at Playing in the Sand 2020 Night One

Set I: Not Fade Away > Hell in a Bucket, Row Jimmy, Peggy-O, Brown-Eyed Women, Ramble On Rose, Bird Song > Let It Grow

Set II: Deal > Dark Star -> Estimated Prophet > Eyes of the World > Drums > Space > The Wheel > Standing on the Moon > Casey Jones

Encore: Casey Jones > The Weight

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* – Bobby on acoustic

STREAM: SET I | SET II

VIDEO: SET I OPENER | SET II OPENER

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Watch A Trailer For New The Band Documentary Once Were Brothers

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Next month, a new documentary about the Band called Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson And The Band, will hit theaters. Based on Robertson’s 2016 memoir of the same name, it was directed by Daniel Roher and executive produced by Martin Scorsese, Brian Grazer, and Ron Howard. (Scorsese, of course, directed the legendary TheMore »

Martin Scorsese-Produced Documentary on the Band Gets New Trailer: Watch

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Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band features interviews with Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, and more

Halsey Is Her Generation’s Most Successful Pop Chameleon

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HalseyFrom the Beatles to Bowie to Madonna, metamorphosis has been an assumed component of pop stardom for decades, and the ability to transcend easy categorization has often been key to such artists’ success. So at a time when the speed of life is accelerating at an alarming rate, in a society where breaking down binaries … More »