Monday, January 21, 2019

036 - Steven Graves

Greetings, Dead Freaks! This episode features an interview with singer/songwriter Steven Graves. We discuss his new album How Long, the role music plays in our lives and world, and his relationship with the music of the Grateful Dead. We then play a bit of the new record and a special request of a Jerry Garcia Band song. After that, a set of good old Grateful Dead.

You can learn more about Steven Graves at his website There you can grab his albums, check tourdates and more. Check it out!

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Selections In This Episode:

Steven Graves Band - Sugaree (excerpt), Let It Reign (from the album "How Long" available from CD Baby
Jerry Garcia Band - 1991-11-06 Capital Center, Landover, MD: Sisters And Brothers 
Grateful Dead - 1970-01-10 Golden Hall, Community Concourse, San Diego, CA: China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider, Me And My Uncle, Dire Wolf, Hard To Handle, Casey Jones, Mason’s Children -> Black Peter, Good Lovin’, Cold Rain And Snow, Turn On Your Lovelight

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