Bob Weir and Wolf Bros (Don Was & Jay Lane) Announce US Tour!

There’s a new Grateful Dead project on the horizon as Bob Weir and Wolf Bros (featuring Weir, Don Was and Jay Lane) announced a fall tour around the United States of America. The dates kick off on October 16 and go through November 18, playing New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, Nashville, Denver, and more along the way. The announcement comes after Dead & Company played a really great 2018 summer tour.

On the project, Weir says, “Wolf Bros is something that really took its roots back in the spring of 2015 when Don Was came up to TRI and helped us piece together Dead & Company. For a while now I’ve been itchin’ to explore our songs in a trio setting. An upright bass, my acoustic or electric guitar and a drummer. We did some rehearsals this past spring and it was big fun—and that’s the whole idea. We were kickin’ around Dead songs as well as tunes from my back pages. I’m pretty sure we’re gonna have a big adventure with this…”

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Don Was has produced the likes of The Rolling Stones, Willie Nelson, Gregg Allman, John Mayer and Neil Young, and has become one of the most prolific producers of our time. He’s also a wicked bass player, which is the role he’ll take on tour with Bob Weir & the Wolf Bros. Drummer Jay Lane played with Bob Weir’s RatDog for more than 16 years, and he was one of the first drummers of Primus.

 

BOB WEIR AND WOLF BROS TOUR
October 16
Grand Sierra Resort
Reno, NV
October 18
The Theatre at Ace Hotel
Los Angeles, CA
October 20
Arlington Theatre
Santa Barbara, CA
October 22
Keller Auditorium
Portland, OR
October 23
Moore Theater
Seattle, WA
October 24
The Wilma
Missoula, MT
October 26
Delta Hall at Eccles Theater
Salt Lake City, UT
October 27
Kiva Auditorium
Albuquerque, NM
October 29
Paramount Theatre
Denver, CO
October 31
The Chicago Theatre
Chicago, IL
November 5
Ryman Auditorium
Nashville, TN
November 6
Palace Theatre
Louisville, KY
November 8
Landmark Theatre
Syracuse, NY
November 9
Capitol Theatre
Port Chester, NY
November 10
Capitol Theatre
Port Chester, NY
November 12
Warner Theatre
Washington, D.C.
November 13
The Fillmore
Philadelphia, PA
November 16
Boch Center Wang Theatre
Boston, MA
November 18
Beacon Theatre
New York, NY