It's "T" for Texas. The final show Dead & Company played in 2017 is one for the ages. Distinguished with tremendous performances, beautiful visuals, gorgeous sound and a wishlist setlist, this Austin concert is one more Saturday night worth reliving again and again.
Bob Weir was a newly minted septuagenarian when Dead & Company embarked on its 2017 fall tour. By then, the singer-guitarist had already spent more than half a century — almost three-quarters of his life, including his entire adulthood — performing on stages big and small, often to the tune of more than 75 shows per year. That legacy places the San Francisco native in rare company. Just 18 years old when he helped form the Grateful Dead, Weir has quite possibly played more shows than any rock ‘n’ roll musician on the planet.