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Bob Weir Solo Acoustic

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When Grateful Dead co-founder guitarist-vocalist Bob Weir joined the improvisational jam band in 1965, he was just 17. Over the years, Weir grew to be one of rock's finest and most distinctive rhythm guitarists, and a band stalwart always. In addition to writing a number of Dead staples such as “Truckin’,” “Sugar Magnolia” and “Cassidy,” Weir has enjoyed a long and affluent music career. His band RatDog is increasingly active. He has collaborated both on stage and on record with Bob Dylan, bassist Rob Wasserman, pianist Bruce Hornsby (who also played numerous gigs with the Grateful Dead), saxophonist Branford Marsalis and Black Crowes’ singer Chris Robinson, to name just a few.

In a review of one of Weir’s recent solo acoustic performances in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, The Times-Leader raved “the audience cheered wildly at the first few notes of the instrumental intro, then heartily sang every word. Weir may have been the only one in the entire theater still seated as the first tune rang out.” Jambands.com noted in a review of Weir’s concert in Phoenix last year that “the solo form brought out new depth and parable.”
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