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Furthur to play in Seattle on Sept. 25

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  • Bob Weir, formerly of the Grateful Dead, performs with fellow former Dead bassist Phil Lesh in their new band, Furthur. They're scheduled to play a sh...

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    Bob Weir, formerly of the Grateful Dead, performs with fellow former Dead bassist Phil Lesh in their new band, Furthur. They're scheduled to play a show in Seattle on Sept. 25.

Furthur, the jam band whose members include original Grateful Dead rhythm guitarist Bob Weir and bassist Phil Lesh, is scheduled to play one night at the WaMu Theater in Seattle in September.
Although this arrangement of former Dead band members has its own sound, it's modeled on the original band.
Set lists will look familiar to Deadheads, while Furthur often takes improvisational twists.
It's a general admission show with standing room set up on the floor and first-come, first-seated risers at the back of the room.
Catch Furthur at 8 p.m. Sept. 25, WaMu Theater at Century Link Field, Seattle.
Tickets are $59.50 at www.ticketmaster.com.

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