Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros ¦ Live In Colorado

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2022

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Veröffentlichungen von Bob Weir die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Live In Colorado Vol. 2 ¦ Live In Colorado

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Bob Weir, 2007

Bob Weir (* 16. Oktober 1947 in San Francisco, Kalifornien) ist ein US-amerikanischer Sänger und Gitarrist, bekannt als Gründungsmitglied der Rockband Grateful Dead.

Biografie

Weir wuchs bei Adoptiveltern in Atherton in Kalifornien auf. Im Alter von 13 Jahren fing er an, Gitarre zu spielen. Im Jahr 1963 lernte er Jerry García kennen. Er war anschließend Mitglied der Band The Warlocks, aus der später die Grateful Dead hervorgingen, deren ständiges Mitglied er bis zu ihrer Auflösung 1995 nach dem Tode Jerry Garcías war. Neben dem Songschreiber-Duo Jerry García/Robert Hunter (Musik/Text) trug Weir mit dem Texter John Barlow wesentlich zum Repertoire der Grateful Dead bei. Wie Garcia übernahm er den Gesang seiner eigenen Lieder. Als Rhythmusgitarrist stand er gegenüber García, der die allermeisten Gitarrensoli spielte, eher im Hintergrund.

Zwischen 1974 und 1977 war er außerdem Mitglied von Kingfish.

Weir veröffentlichte eigene Alben unter seinem Namen (Ace, 1972), als Bobby & the Midnites und seit 1995 mit seiner eigenen Band Ratdog. Außerdem beteiligte er sich an Auftritten mit anderen früheren Grateful-Dead-Mitgliedern unter den Namen The Other Ones und The Dead. Er gründete 2009 zusammen mit dem Grateful-Dead-Bassisten Phil Lesh die Band Furthur.[1] 2022 erschienen zwei neue Alben: Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros: Live In Colorado. Vol. 1 + 2.[2][3]

Weir wurde 1994 als Mitglied der Grateful Dead in die Rock and Roll Hall of Fame aufgenommen.[4] Die Rennfahrerin Leilani Münter ist seine Schwägerin.

Auszeichnungen

Im April 2016 wurde Weir im Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology im Artepitheton der fossilen Otterart Lontra weiri aus dem Pliozän Nordamerikas gewürdigt.[5]

Diskografie

Grateful Dead

Bob Weir, 1975

Soloalben und diverse Bandprojekte

  • Ace – Bob Weir (1972)
  • Kingfish – Kingfish (1976)
  • Live 'n' Kickin – Kingfish (1977)
  • Heaven Help The Fool – Bob Weir (1978)
  • Bobby and the Midnites – Bobby and the Midnites (1981)
  • Where the Beat Meets the Street – Bobby and the Midnites (1984)
  • Kingfish in Concert: King Biscuit Flower Hour – Kingfish (1996)
  • Live – Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman (1998)
  • Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions – Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions (1999)
  • Evening Moods – Ratdog (2000)
  • Live at Roseland – Ratdog (2001)
  • Weir Here – The Best of Bob Weir – Kompilation aus Grateful Dead, Bob Weir, Kingfish, Ratdog, Bobby and the Midnites (2004)
  • Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound – Jerry Garcia Band mit Bob Weir & Rob Wasserman (2013)
  • Blue Mountain (2016)

Weblinks

Commons: Bob Weir – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien

Bob Weir-Webseite

Einzelnachweise

  1. Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Joe Russo, Jay Lane, Jeff Chimenti and John Kadlecik Form New Band "Furthur" bei jambase.com
  2. https://bobweir.net/release/bobby-weir-wolf-bros-live-in-colorado/
  3. https://bobweir.net/release/bobby-weir-wolf-bros-live-in-colorado-vol-2//
  4. Eintrag bei rockhall.com
  5. Karl A. Prassack: Lontra weiri, sp. nov., a Pliocene river otter (Mammalia, Carnivora, Mustelidae, Lutrinae) from the Hagerman Fossil Beds (Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument), Idaho, U.S.A. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Volume 36, Issue 4, 2016

Veröffentlichungen von Wolf Bros die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Live In Colorado Vol. 2 ¦ Live In Colorado

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    Wolf Bros – also known as Bob Weir & Wolf Bros or Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros – is a rock band led by former Grateful Dead guitarist and singer Bob Weir. The band plays some Grateful Dead songs along with other roots rock music.

    History

    Wolf Bros formed in 2018 as a trio, with Bob Weir on guitar and vocals, Don Was on double bass, and Jay Lane on drums. Billed as Bob Weir & Wolf Bros, they toured the U.S. with 19 concerts in the fall of that year.[1][2][3] In the spring of 2019 they played another concert tour with 20 more shows.[4] In the spring of 2020 the band began a 22-date tour, which was cancelled in the middle because of the COVID-19 pandemic.[5][6]

    On New Year's Eve 2020 Bob Weir & Wolf Bros, with Jeff Chimenti on keyboards and Greg Leisz on pedal steel guitar, livestreamed a concert from TRI Studios. The band played several more shows at TRI Studios in the spring of 2021, with an expanded lineup including Chimenti, Leisz, and a horn and string section called the Wolfpack, with Brian Switzer on trumpet, Adam Theis on tenor trombone, Sheldon Brown on tenor and alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet, flute and bass flute, Mads Tolling on violin, and Alex Kelly on cello.[7][8]

    In June 2021 the band, now billed as Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, performed four concerts in Colorado,[9] and in July they played one show in California.[10]

    On February 18, 2022, the band released an album of recordings from the June 2021 concerts called Live in Colorado, in CD, vinyl, and digital formats.[11][12][13]

    Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, accompanied by the Wolfpack, played a spring 2022 concert tour with a lineup including Barry Sless on pedal steel guitar.[14][15]

    The band played a fall 2022 concert tour of 21 shows in 13 cities, with the quartet again accompanied by Barry Sless and the Wolfpack.[16]

    A second album of recordings from the June 2021 concerts, Live in Colorado Vol. 2, was released on October 7, 2022.[17][18][19]

    Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, along with Barry Sless and the Wolfpack, toured the U.S. in February and March 2023.[20]

    References

    1. ^ "Bob Weir Announces Fall Tour with Wolf Bros Featuring Don Was and Jay Lane". Relix. August 3, 2018. Retrieved September 28, 2018.
    2. ^ Bernstein, Scott (August 3, 2018). "Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Announce 2018 Fall Tour". JamBase. Retrieved September 28, 2018.
    3. ^ Lawrence, Stratton (March 27, 2019). "Don Was Riffs on His New Role with Bob Weir and Wolf Bros". Charleston City Paper. Retrieved November 25, 2021.
    4. ^ Bernstein, Scott (January 14, 2019). "Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Confirm Spring Tour 2019". JamBase. Retrieved March 22, 2019.
    5. ^ Kahn, Andy (November 12, 2019). "Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Announce Early-2020 Tour Dates". JamBase. Retrieved November 25, 2021.
    6. ^ Kawas, Kel (April 30, 2020). "Bob Weir and Wolf Bros Cancel All 2020 Tour Dates". Live for Live Music. Retrieved November 25, 2021.
    7. ^ Broerman, Michael (February 13, 2021). "Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Deliver Chinese New Year Livestream with Expanded Lineup". Live for Live Music. Retrieved November 25, 2021.
    8. ^ "Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Cover Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On" at TRI Studios Livestream". Relix. April 26, 2021. Retrieved November 25, 2021.
    9. ^ Bretschger, Shelby (June 7, 2021). "Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros Plot Livestreams of First In-Person Concerts Since Early 2020". Live for Live Music. Retrieved November 25, 2021.
    10. ^ Sheckter, Alan (July 28, 2021). "Weir & Wolf Bros – Greek Theatre – 7/24/21". Grateful Web. Retrieved November 25, 2021.
    11. ^ Bernstein, Scott (November 18, 2021). "Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Announce New Live Album 'Live in Colorado'". JamBase. Retrieved November 19, 2021.
    12. ^ O'Brien, Andrew (November 18, 2021). "'Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros: Live in Colorado' Album Set for Release via Third Man Records". Live for Live Music. Retrieved November 21, 2021.
    13. ^ "Live in Colorado: Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros". Grateful Dead Family Discography. Retrieved January 22, 2022.
    14. ^ Broerman, Michael (December 13, 2021). "Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Announce Spring 2022 Tour with the Wolfpack". Live for Live Music. Retrieved April 4, 2022.
    15. ^ Bernstein, Scott (March 18, 2022). "Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Bust Out 'Silvio' & 'Tequila' Medley in Milwaukee". JamBase. Retrieved April 4, 2022.
    16. ^ Bernstein, Scott (July 25, 2022). "Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Announce Fall Tour 2022". JamBase. Retrieved July 25, 2022.
    17. ^ Bernstein, Scott (August 4, 2022). "Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Announce New Live Album 'Live in Colorado Vol. 2' & Share 'Ripple'". JamBase. Retrieved August 4, 2022.
    18. ^ Sissler, James (August 4, 2022). "Bob Weir Announces 'Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros: Live in Colorado Vol. 2', Shares "Ripple"". Live for Live Music. Retrieved August 4, 2022.
    19. ^ "Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros Confirm New Album 'Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros: Live in Colorado: Vol. 2', Share "Ripple"". jambands.com. August 4, 2022. Retrieved August 4, 2022.
    20. ^ Major, Michael (December 5, 2022). "Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros Confirm Winter 2023 Tour Dates". Broadway World. Retrieved December 5, 2022.

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