LIVE DEAD ’69 Perform “Europe 72”

Total price, inc booking fee ££25.00 Time 19.30 Venue Under The Bridge, London
AGMP presents LIVE DEAD ’69 performing the Grateful Dead “Europe 72” album & more. Live Dead ’69 are: Tom Constanten (original Grateful Dead pianist) Tom has been inducted into The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1995 and was essential to Grateful Dead’s first 2 experimental studio recordings “Anthem of The Sun” and “Aoxomoxoa.” Mark Karan (lead guitarist with Bob Weir’s Rat Dog and The Other Ones) Mark is also a regular member in the rotating line-up of Phil Lesh & the Terrapin Family band. Slick Aguilar (lead guitar with David Crosby Band 1982-1985) That tear he co-founded KBC, and played lead guitar in Paul Kantner’s Jefferson Starship for 2,000 shows over 30 years, longer than any other musician. Richard Newman (acclaimed drummer with Paul Rodgers & Jefferson Starship) Richard has just recorded Robert Plant’s new single. He also tours with Paul Rodger and played extensively in Jefferson Starship. He was one of Paul Kantner’s all time favorite drummers. Tony Morley (Jefferson Starship) Tony is a multi-instrumentalist who has been a long time member of Jefferson Starship, having appeared with them for throughout the world for 13 years. + special guest: Bonnie Dobson Bonnie is the composer of rthe classic ‘Morning Dew’ LIVE DEAD ‘69 have announced plans for their fourth annual UK jaunt, set to occur next March. The All-Star, legacy ensemble, expand their concept and repertoire for the 2020 tour – the Re Creation & extrapolation of Grateful Dead’s most ambitious & beloved live recording release: Europe ’72. That year … that tour marked a stark turning point as founding member Ron ‘Pigpen’ McKernan – the heart & musical soul of the group, dying of liver disease, would perform his last ever shows with the legendary band.  LIVE DEAD’s co-founder & spiritual leader Tom Constanten was Pigpen’s roommate in the 1960s. But Europe ’72, as the previous Skull & Roses live set proved – the studio was not the place were Grateful Dead congealed new material or re imagined for the stage, previous compositions. In fact, 1971-72 saw the creation & debut of many classic, original & beloved songs never released as studio versions, including ‘Jack Straw,’ ‘Brown-Eyed Women,’ & ‘Ramblin’ Rose,’ whilst establishing new live paradigms for tunes such as ‘Truckin’ & ‘Morning Dew’ – setting them high on the Deadhead fervor Richter scale.