Tag Archives: Red Rocks

“Always a Hoot!”

— Jerry Garcia’s parting words to Bob Weir after the final Grateful Dead concert We last saw our intrepid hero heading up to Boulder, veering eastward on a known shunpike northward. Pleasantly uneventful, that drive took more time than the … Continue reading

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The Rider Takes the Wheel

Nearly showtime, folks! Today I head north to see the second night of Dead & Company at Red Rocks. Unlike most of my Dead runs through the years, though, I will be making the first leg of this flight solo. … Continue reading

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Return to Red Rocks!

With the re-opening of public performance spaces, I can think of no better place to welcome live music back to the stage than Red Rocks. And we get to kick it off with two nights of Bob Weir and the … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to — ME!

Once upon a time, I was one of those people who hid his birthday. One year in college, my gloomy roomie, Jacque, was feeling depressed and facing some tough times in her immediate future. One of our mutual friends suggested, “Let’s throw her a birthday … Continue reading

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Red Rocks in the 80s “…at least I’m enjoying the ride…”

4th in the series about my road to the Grateful Dead’s 50th Anniversary “Fare Thee Well” shows “I’m freaking out, man” Albert said, “We still don’t have the tickets.” It was the Friday before Labor Day and the Red Rocks shows … Continue reading

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