Dead and Company
Los Angeles, CA
May 20, 2023
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Dead & Company featuring Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, Jeff Chimenti & Jay Lane
Mixed by Jon Altschiller, assisted by Danielle Warman
Jared — 5/29/2023 4:56:09 PM
"That 2nd set will hold up as time goes by. It was special and will be one i go back and listen to over and over. Excellent. John Mayer is just flat out amazing. The guy can do Jerry things better than anyone before him. He is starting to make things different in a good way. Wish he was around for longer or took this music we love to new places for us to continue to go out and see music and introduce loved ones to the special thing this band always provides. "
Scott W — 5/27/2023 8:41:20 PM
"The second set was one of the greatest musical experiences of my life! I've heard better Althea jams, but as soon as The Other One kicked in, they drew me in and didn't let go after that. I've heard Terrapin several times but they really brought back the magic like the first time I heard GD play it at one of my first shows in 1990. Our seats were in 5th row to side of stage and it felt so intimate like I was one of the privileged few they were playing for. Then suddenly the lights started pouring over the crowd and I almost fell over! Coming out of a really trippy jam and back into the aggressive, driving rhythm of Other One with the 3 of them lining up like Wyatt Earp and his boys in Tombstone was one of the coolest concert experiences I can remember. I missed the epic drums due to bathroom break so can't comment. They've played Stella Blue just about every year in LA but I still loved it. There seemed to be a pre-show buzz about Franklin's Tower (or maybe just my own buzz), but after Stella I figured they'd just play One More Saturday Night and an encore. As soon as they busted out with Help on the Way, my head exploded and I almost threw my back out as I leaped to my feet! Slipknot tends to be a dark and foreboding jam to contrast with the uplifting vibes of Franklin's Tower but this was really upbeat and fun and kept this incredible show "ROLL-ing AWAY" to it's epic conclusion. I didn't realize they could just decide to skip One More Saturday Night, so was surprised they didn't play it as the encore but oh well. "
Lee R — 5/26/2023 11:40:03 AM
"Tremendous few nights of music! Best this group has ever sounded. Venue, lights and the company made these amazing shows!"
Eric E — 5/24/2023 8:13:48 PM
"An extraordinary, transcendent night of music and group-mind expansion. The best D&C show I've seen in 8 years and one of the top "Dead" experiences of my life. Oh, and that Slipknot was the best West LA Fadeaway ever!"
RevChris — 5/24/2023 6:35:47 PM
"And Bobby’s guitar sounds so much better than the previous night’s mix. "
Setlist at The Forum, Los Angeles, CA on May 20, 2023
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