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First Look: David Gilmour Cover Story

by Alan Paul on December 01, 2015
The December issue of Relix features a cover story on David Gilmour along with articles on Dead & Company, John Fogerty, Widespread Panic, Dave Rawlings Machine, Grace Potter, Kurt Vile, Glen...

Interview: Glen Hansard

by Mike Greenhaus on November 30, 2015
Glen Hansard was already on his way to earning EGOT status before he decided to venture into solo waters. The Dublin singer, songwriter and guitarist has fronted the seminal Irish rock band The...

Bob Marley: A Legend at 70

by Larson Sutton on November 24, 2015
“Woy-Yoy!" calls out Stephen  Marley, clutching his head in his hand, momentarily holding a pose that’s reverently reminiscent of his late father, Bob Marley. To his left, his brother Ziggy...

The Arcs: Nature’s Children

by Mike Greenhaus on November 23, 2015
Dan Auerbach is facing a stadium-size crowd in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park when he pauses to thank the other members of The Black Keys. It’s the Saturday night of the city’s eighth...

Spotlight: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

by Rob Slater on November 18, 2015
“Paper Mâché Dream Balloon was meant to be an anti-concept album,” King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard singer, guitarist and creative director Stu Mackenzie says, somewhat mischievously, while...

Yo La Tengo: Zen and the Art of the Well-Wrought Song

by Bill Murphy on November 16, 2015
Armed with a reverence for rock’s unsung heroes, obscure arthouse films and the excruciating minutiae of New York Mets baseball, Ira Kaplan is probably one of the...

Galactic: Taking It ‘Deep’

by Sam D'Arcangelo on November 12, 2015
The thousands of fans beneath the Electric Forest’s Jubilee Tent are overcome with anticipation as Galactic and Macy Gray step out for the night’s final number. The...

The Core: Dead & Company

by Mike Greenhaus on November 10, 2015
This story originally appears in the December issue of Relix. To subscribe, click here.As Phil Lesh has mostly retired from full-time touring, Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart prove that...

Neal Casal: Hallucinating a Solution for Fare Thee Well

by Dean Budnick on November 06, 2015
On November 27, Neal Casal will release the full compilation of the original setbreak music he created for the Fare Thee Well webcasts, celebrating 50 years of the Grateful Dead. Here, Casal...

Happy Birthday Bill Walton: An Ode to the Tallest Deadhead

by Rob Slater on November 05, 2015
Today, the tallest of the Deadheads, the man whose wingspan could be seen towering over most others during the Fare Thee Well webcast, turns 63 years quite young today. To celebrate, it only seems...

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