From Umphrey’s McGee
“On July 2nd and 3rd of 2016, Umphrey’s McGee embarked on their first two-night headlining run of the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre outside Denver, Colorado. The sold out shows proved to be a milestone for Team UM and cameras were rolling all weekend to capture the action, both on stage and off. UM is pleased to now offer you the ability to relive that weekend, or experience it for the first time, with the Blu-Ray, DVD, and download release of Red. Rocks. Repeat.
The double-feature concert film includes footage from both nights, clocking in at over five hours of Umphrey’s live on the Rocks. Fans will have access to a pile of unreleased, behind-the-scenes footage including candid backstage hanging, pre-show warm up, and rehearsals. Additionally, in-depth interviews with the band are seamlessly weaved in and out of the film, highlighting a myriad of topics ranging from the early days of UM, band friendships, the improvisational process, songwriting, what it’s like to play Red Rocks, and more.
The two-disc set was captured by TourGigs in stunning High Definition utilizing 16 cameras over the two-night run. This is the most complete concert film UM has released to date so buckle up, you’re in for a ride!”
“The String Cheese Incident and TourGigs are pleased to present a special HD video release of all 3 nights of SCI at Red Rocks in July of 2015! Produced in stunning crystal clear quality, these spectacular Incidents are now available on DVD, BluRay, or HD Digital Download! Order each show individually or package all 3 together! Watch a preview below…”
String Cheese Incident perform “Country Road Blues” at Red Rocks July 26th, 2015.
From The Grateful Dead
“Come one, come all! Join us as we boogie down the aisles of your local moving picture house for the 6th Annual Meet-Up At The Movies. This year’s special cinema event is a bona fide classic – the previously unreleased Grateful Dead concert from Sullivan Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts on July 2, 1989. Catch the Dead in fine form, kicking off their summer tour to a sold-out crowd of more than 60,000 fans, and pulling out surprises at every turn – from the rare show-opener “Playing In The Band” to the only time they ever started a second set with “Friend Of The Devil.”
The concert also includes a spectacular performance of “Wang Dang Doodle,” one of the band’s finest sing-along versions of “Tennessee Jed,” two Bob Dylan covers (“Queen Jane Approximately” and “Quinn The Eskimo”) along with a medley of Traffic’s “Dear Mr. Fantasy” segued into the Beatles’ “Hey Jude.” Not to mention a sequence that will bring you back to the Dead circa 1973: “Truckin'”> “He’s Gone”> “Eyes Of The World.”
And if that’s not enough, we’ve got an exclusive interview with Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux on the making of the upcoming 12-disc July 1978: The Complete Recordings boxed set as well as previously unseen performance footage from Dead & Company.
“Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies: Sullivan Stadium 7/2/89” will only be playing on the silver screen for one night! Come out and connect with Dead Heads in your neighborhood on Wednesday, May 11th at 7:00pm local time.
Tickets are now available at participating theater box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com.”
From Umphrey’s McGee
“A behind the scenes look, shot in late 2005 & early 2006, this documentary was originally released in 4 parts over a decade ago. This is the full piece in its entirety without any edits, reissued to celebrate the 10 year remastered edition of SIN: http://bit.ly/umSINremaster.”
Produced by Umphrey’s McGee
Directed/Edited by Chad Ericksen
Photography by Brett Saul
Storm Thorgerson Interview by Steen Brix Eriksen
From Umphrey’s McGee
“5 Nights of New Year’s Run 2014 > 2015 Video Unleashed. Umphrey’s McGee returned to Atlanta’s Tabernacle to celebrate the New Year’s Eve Run 2014-15. For the first time ever, UM held residency for five straight raucous nights. The run had everything a diehard UM fan could hope for: new song debuts, a special appearance by Mad Dog’s Filthy Little Secret Horns, exploratory improvisation, tight transitions and not to be outdone, the guys playing an encore in bath robes.
This five-night run can now be relived in multi-cam HD with crisp soundboard audio. Purchase each night on Blu-ray, DVD or Digital Download or bundle the entire run and save 25% across the board.”
“Fare Thee Well Complete Box Set – the complete Chicago Experience with 12-CD/7-Blu-Ray or DVD. Full audio and high-definition video from all three shows on CD and Blu-Ray or DVD. Exclusive bonus disc of behind-the-scene footage. Individually numbered, limited edition of 20,000.”
The release date is set for November 20th, 2015. Pre-order the Fare Thee Well Complete Box Set at Dead.net.
July 3rd, 2015
Box Of Rain
The Music Never Stopped
Fire On The Mountain
New Potato Caboose
Playing In The Band
Let It Grow
Help On The Way
July 4th, 2015
Standing On The Moon
Me & My Uncle
Little Red Rooster
Friend Of The Devil
The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)
Saint Of Circumstance
West L.A. Fadeaway
One More Saturday Night
July 5th, 2015
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Built To Last
Samson & Delilah
Mountains Of The Moon
Not Fade Away
Touch Of Grey
Attics Of My Life
From Railroad Earth
“The full uncut sold out performance from Red Rocks 8/2/14 captured on video and in 5.1 surround sound, all on the first Railroad Earth DVD release ever! Almost 3 hours of footage shot by our friends at NoCoast is included, along with audio mixed by Jon Altschiller. It was a special night for the band and we’re very excited to be able to share it with everyone again.
Railroad Earth Live at Red Rocks will be released officially on 1/21/15, but starting today and until that date, we are offering it for a discounted price and the added bonus of an MP3 download of the show, newly remixed and remastered. See LiveRailroadEarth.com for more information and to place your pre order. Don’t miss out on the great opportunity to get not only the DVD but a download of the show as well for one price!”