Deadology

by Howard Weiner

Join author, Howard Weiner, as he explores the diverse musical universe of the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia. Howard draws upon his many years of touring with the Grateful Dead to analyze their best shows and jams, as well as sharing his personal tales from the road, Deadology will also provide a touch of Dylan, and other artists influential to the Dead.

Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • Grateful Dead 4-14-72 + 82, Tivoli Gardens and Glenn's Falls

    Grateful Dead 4-14-72 + 82, Tivoli Gardens and Glenn's Falls

    A pair of tremendous April 14 shows separated by ten years. Doug Schmell is back on the podcast to recall memories of being tenth row in Glenn's Falls, and to heap praise on the Dead's awesome 1972 performance for Copenhagen. Awesome musical highlights and spirited discussion. Enjoy!

  • Grateful Dead 4-6-82 Philly Spectrum: The blizzard show

    Grateful Dead 4-6-82 Philly Spectrum: The blizzard show

    Live from Beale Street, Memphis,,,A life changing show in Philly....Cold Rain & Snow for those traveling through treacherous weather,...The only time the Grateful Dead played Shakedown, Terrapin, Morning Dew, and Sugar Mag in the same show.

  • Grateful Dead 3-25-85 Springfield Anniversary Podcast

    Grateful Dead 3-25-85 Springfield Anniversary Podcast

    All-time great Straw--Sugaree opener...Garcia's Theory of Relativity...Grant Green...blazing first set...strange synthesized noises...dancing, singing, and celebration in the streets of Springfield.

  • Grateful Dead 5oth Anniversary Cow Palace 3-23-74 +Winterland 3-18-78

    Grateful Dead 5oth Anniversary Cow Palace 3-23-74 +Winterland 3-18-78

    The completed Wall of Sound debut, as well as debut versions of Scarlet Begonias and Cassidy. Final performance of Playin' UJB Morning Dew UJB Playin....Unique version of a 77 Sugaree, first Scarlet Fire, and first excess Terrapin Station jamming....two historic shows

  • Grateful Dead Madison Square Garden 3-9 + 10-81

    Grateful Dead Madison Square Garden 3-9 + 10-81

    My first Dead show, 3-9-81...Sensational versions of Stranger, Althea, Ramble on Rose, Cat > Rider and more. These nights in Madison Square Garden feature some of the most unique playing of teh Grateful dead's career.