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Published: 2012/12/24

The Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue Confirms January Dates

The Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue is an all-star Dead tribute project featuring bassist Jim Allard (Coral Creek Band, American Beauty, One Kind Favor, Shakedown Street), rhythm guitarist Rob Eaton (Darkstar Orchestra, American Beauty), lead guitarist Dave Kochmann (Shakedown Street, American Beauty) and drummer/percussionist Jake Wolf (Shakedown Street, One Kind Favor). The ensemble will tour Colorado in January, making strops in Denver, Boulder, Vail and Carbondale. Of particular note, the Dark Star Orchestra website confirms that the The Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue’s January 28 show will celebrate “the best from The Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA.”

Here’s a look at the The Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue’s upcoming dates

January 12 Denver, CO—Cervantes
January 18 Boulder, CO—Boulder Theater
January 25 Vail, CO—The Vail Ale House
January 26 Carbondale, CO—PAC3 Carbondale
March 15 Steamboat Springs—Ghost Ranch Steamboat

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Ultimatelywhogivesafuck December 25, 2012, 11:30:36

BABY JESUS MAKE IT STOP!!!!!!! FUCKIN WRITE YOUR OWN MUSIC YOU COPYCAT HACKS

Jim Stavola December 26, 2012, 10:21:46

Ultimatelywhogivesafuck There is a long history of bands doing tributes to ther ebands with full concerts devoted to whole sets or even concerts to just doing a few tunes within a set of their own music. The DEAD themselves covered many outside tunes, as to a lesser degree those hardly known bands,The Beatles & The Stones. Good tunes never die they just go on and on. Don’t like? Don’t go. Where would we be without Gov’t Mule doing Zepplin and Stones tunes? Tunes don’t die with the end of the bands or the death of individuals or so many great tunes would be never heard again.

Kermit THA FRog December 26, 2012, 10:41:47

Ultimatelywhogivesafuck, i agree with you! IM a huge dead head, inside and out, but these people gotta stop just throwing players together and doin a tour based just on dead songs that are done a million times in a year. What about an all acoustic tour or just rarities or covers.. just not the same old same old….rob eaton and DSO have beaten this shit flat. Revue makes it sound like bluegrass, now that would kick ass!

Roger July 6, 2013, 14:41:47

How bout the Minnesota Orchestra doing Handel’s Messiah? I stand up for that too.

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