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June 6, 1998 | STEVE HOCHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It was a little nervy of the Other Ones, the band anchored by surviving members of the Grateful Dead and devoted to that group's music, to take the stage for their debut at the cozy, downtown Warfield Theatre on Thursday, flanked by banners reading "Don't Buy Old Growth." The banners referred to the logging of ancient trees, an issue of the Rainforest Action Network, for whom this show was a benefit. But in rock 'n' roll terms, old growth is exactly what the Other Ones are selling.
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August 26, 2000 | STEVE HOCHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
How many bands do you know that would start a show in the middle of a song? That's what the Other Ones did at the Universal Amphitheatre on Thursday, headlining the fourth edition of the Furthur Festival tour. The group, featuring former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann and auxiliary Dead pianist Bruce Hornsby, opened the show with a jam that led to the coda of "Sugar Magnolia," one of the Dead's most popular songs.
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August 26, 2000 | STEVE HOCHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
How many bands do you know that would start a show in the middle of a song? That's what the Other Ones did at the Universal Amphitheatre on Thursday, headlining the fourth edition of the Furthur Festival tour. The group, featuring former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann and auxiliary Dead pianist Bruce Hornsby, opened the show with a jam that led to the coda of "Sugar Magnolia," one of the Dead's most popular songs.
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June 6, 1998 | STEVE HOCHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It was a little nervy of the Other Ones, the band anchored by surviving members of the Grateful Dead and devoted to that group's music, to take the stage for their debut at the cozy, downtown Warfield Theatre on Thursday, flanked by banners reading "Don't Buy Old Growth." The banners referred to the logging of ancient trees, an issue of the Rainforest Action Network, for whom this show was a benefit. But in rock 'n' roll terms, old growth is exactly what the Other Ones are selling.
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