This short tour was undertaken to discover if I had the wherewihtall to perform after recovering from a serious illness. Half-way through I can report I’m hanging in there and actually getting stronger. The loving reception of my audience no doubt accounts for this. My goal is to finish the tour and wish it were longer!
Mission in the Rain, Box of Rain, Dry Dusty Road, Easy Wind, and more. More then 20 live tracks now available from Spring Tour 2003. Visit the MUSIC page.
Once called by the Grateful Dead “the band member that doesn’t come onstage with us” Robert Hunter is known as one of the most important and prolific lyricists in Americana. Born in Arroyo Grande, California he became part of the burgeoning Bohemian scene of Palo Alto in the early 1960′s playing mandolin and upright bass in various bands with his friend Jerry Garcia. His songwriting partnership with Garcia solidified in 1969 when they began to compose songs that would become classics in the Grateful Dead’s repetoire such as “Uncle John’s Band,” “Cumberland Blues,” “Casey Jones,” “Friend of the Devil,” and…
01. Standing on the Moon 02. Deal 03. Cruel White Water 04. Liberty 05. Doin’ That Rag 06. End of the Road 07. Silvio 08. Cumberland Mine 09. Yellow Moon 10. Wild Bill 11. Uncle John’s Band – Click the tile of this post or visit the MUSIC page to listen!