Ken Kesey editing Merry Pranksters footage for video release.
Mandolinist David Grisman and guitarist Tony Rice also on album due April 24.
Just more than half of SonicNet readers say Stanford's marching band will have the best track.
Henry Rollins, Stanford University Marching Band among other acts on Stolen Roses.
Disc, due in June, will include songs performed by Patti Smith, Widespread Panic, Sublime, others.
Former Grateful Dead bassist will play 14 April concerts, plus a birthday party.
Furthur Festival likely to return in 2000, after a year off, but without Phil Lesh.
Bassist Phil Lesh opposes proposed deal with venture capitalists to convert tape archive.
Annual show, also featuring David Nelson Band and Dan Bern, to aid Seva Foundation.
So Many Roads (19651995) leaves room 'for future exploration,' compiler says.
Grateful Dead, Counting Crows, 'N Sync, Marcy Playground, Butthole Surfers, Pink Floyd, Stone Temple Pilots, Garbage ...
Live compilation disc just released.
Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Donna Jean Godchaux-McKay, Mary Timony, Yo La Tengo, Jesus Lizard, Mekons, Solex, Spice Girls, XTC, Sixpence None the Richer, Metallica ...
So Many Roads (1965-1995) will chronicle career of psychedelic-rock band.
Bassist joined by members of Gov't Mule, moe., String Cheese Incident on Summer Sessions tour.
Dick Latvala collected thousands of live recordings for his popular series of authorized bootlegs.
Ex-Grateful Dead bassist's latest 'friends' shows feature an array of former Dead associates, including the soundman.
San Francisco site in negotiation; construction could begin in 18 months for high-tech complex.