Shakedown Stream is a weekly Grateful Dead radio/podcast show hosted by Jer Bear. It is 4 to 5 hours in length. The 1st hour is a mix of old, rare, new, favorite and interesting songs of the Grateful Dead. Then Jer Bear plays a show - in its' entirety - selected from the 30 years run of the Dead. Afterwards, some more chestnuts may be played to help listeners ease on out of the stream.
Join us this week on Shakedown Stream™ as we celebrate the success of the SAVE MVY campaign. This week's episode will be an array of various selections of Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart Band, Phil Lesh & Friends, Bobby Weir and, of course, Furthur. It is a gratitude show to display my appreciation for the dedication, enthusiasm, brilliance, fun-loving and bright-light support from the Streamers week after week. http://www.mvyradio.com Shakedown Stream™ Tuesdays @ 5pm EST IN the Stream, every time and all the time.
Here is a recent story that caught my attention about the kind efforts of some deadheads helping another deadhead -
"Today, Brian's wife, Sherri, sent me a note asking if I had any old Deadhead T-shirts, as she was going to turn them into a healing quilt for Brian. And that's where you come in. I want your old Dead T-shirts. Or, rather, Sherri wants them. Any old tour shirts would be fine, but we're specifically looking for Grateful Dead shirts. Here's my oldest and most favorite Grateful Dead tee, one of the ones I'll be sending up to them:" Read more
"The 300-capacity venue's phones were ringing off the hook, and demand wasn't dampened by Grateful Dead Ticketing's unorthodox decision to require would-be attendees to fill out a form and fax it in to be included in a ticket lottery. Thousands of faxed formed were submitted, according to venue officials." Read Complete Article
featured Grateful Dead show this week on our beloved Shakedown Stream ™
is from April of 1991. It will be one of the three Dead shows from this
three night stand in Orlando, FL. By the end of January, we will have
heard all three of these shows from sunny Florida.
I know many
listeners are wondering about the fate of Shakedown Stream™. I am very confident that the SAVE MVY campaign is going to be successful and we will
After taking a major hit during the recession, Aritaur Communications,
parent company of Martha’s Vineyard’s WMVY, accepted an offer to sell
the station’s 3,000-watt FM signal to WBUR, which will use it as a
“repeater” station to broadcast its NPR-affiliated programming to the
Cape and islands. The station has launched an effort to raise $600,000
by the end of January to facilitate a transition from a commercial,
airwave radio station to a nonprofit, Internet-based one. Read Boston Globe Article