What You'll Get
With more than 35 million albums sold and legions of devoted "Deadheads" who followed the band on tour from city to city, the Grateful Dead were an unstoppable musical force at the center of the counterculture movement. Now the music of this pioneering and genre-bending group finds a new home with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. In this concert at Joseph Meyerhoff Hall, the orchestra performs Lee Johnson's "Dead Symphony No. 6," an orchestral suite inspired by ten Grateful Dead songs including "Mountains of the Moon," "Stella" and "Sugar Magnolia."
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