Bob Weir

The stockbrokers, their hair isn’t long and full of leaves and stuff like that, so they don’t catch your eye. They’re wearing the tie-dye, so they don’t stick out, but you don’t see them. The ones you see are the ones with the leaves in their hair, the matted hair and all that kind of stuff.

“The stockbrokers, their hair isn’t long and full of leaves and stuff like that, so they don’t catch your eye. They’re wearing the tie-dye, so … Read More

The ones that catch your eye are the ones that are basically people who live on the road and follow us around. They’re a small percentage of the audience, but they’re quite visible. The ones who aren’t visible are the stockbrokers, lawyers, doctors, housewives.

“The ones that catch your eye are the ones that are basically people who live on the road and follow us around. They’re a small … Read More

What’s changed? I’m a dad. That’s fundamental. Watching your kids grow, you go back a bit. You can watch a bug crawling around for minutes at a time–just sit and marvel at its complexity, the utter bugness of it. I’ve learned to do that again.

“What’s changed? I’m a dad. That’s fundamental. Watching your kids grow, you go back a bit. You can watch a bug crawling around for minutes … Read More