Dead and Company take over Bonnaroo 2016. SET I: Jam, Truckin', Smokestack Lightning, Bertha, Playing in the Band, Bird Song, Tennessee Jed, Shakedown Street, Passenger, Bird Song, Casey and Jones | SET II: Help on the Way, Slipknot!, Scarlet Begonias, Fire on the Mountain, Terrapin Station, Drums, Space, The Other One, Wharf Rat, and Franklin's Tower | ENCORE: Touch of Grey
Dead and Company performing at Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL. SET 1: Cold Rain and Snow, Jack Straw, Tennessee Jed, Ship of Fools, Dark Star, Friend of the Devil, Althea, Casey Jones. | SET 2: Sugar Magnolia, Dancing in the Street, Playing in the Band, Comes a Time, Scarlet Begonias, Fire on the Mountain, Drums, Space, The Other One, Days Between, Not Fade Away. | ENCORE: Brokedown Palace, Sunshine Daydream.
Dead and Company performing at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, NY. SET I: Feel Like a Stranger, Here Comes Sunshine, Brown Eyed Women, Loser, Little Red Rooster, Cassidy, & Deal | SET II: Iko Iko, Estimated Prophet, China Cat Sunflower, I Know You Rider, Drums, Space, Uncle John's Band, Days Between, and Good Lovin' | ENCORE: Brokedown Palace, Johnny B. Goode
Dead & Company performing at Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH. SET 1: Hell in a Bucket, Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo, Black-Throated Wind, Row Jimmy, Big River, Cassidy, Big Railroad Blues. | SET 2: China Cat Sunflower, I Know You Rider, He's Gone, Truckin', Drums, Space, I Need a Miracle, Wharf Rat, Good Lovin'. | ENCORE: Black Muddy River
Set 1: Shakedown Street Greatest Story Ever Told (live debut by D&C) Bertha Cassidy Beat It On Down the Line (live debut by D&C) They Love Each Other Cumberland Blues Set 2: China Cat Sunflower I Know You Rider Ship of Fools Terrapin Station Drums Space Standing on the Moon The Other One Casey Jones Encore: Samson and Delilah Werewolves of London
Dead & Company performing at Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA. SET 1: Help on the Way, Slipknot!, Shakedown Street, Cassidy, Standing on the Moon, Me and My Uncle, Brown-Eyed Women, Franklin's Tower. | SET 2: Dark Star, St. Stephen, Eyes of the World, Terrapin Station, Drums, Space, Days Between, Not Fade Away. | ENCORE: U.S. Blues, Brokedown Palace
Dead & Company performing at Lakewood Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA. SET 1: Scarlet Begonias, Shakedown Street, Dire Wolf, Tennessee Jed, They Love Each Other, Black-Throated Wind Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo. | SET 2: Here Comes Sunshine, Playing in the Band, Uncle John's Band, Playing in the Band, Terrapin Station, Drums, Space, Milestones, Days Between, Sugar Magnolia. | ENCORE: Knockin' on Heaven's Door
Set I: Playing In The Band, Cold Rain And Snow, Tennessee Jed, Feel Like A Stranger, He’s Gone, Bird Song, The Music Never Stopped Set II: Lost Sailor > Saint Of Circumstance, Help On The Way > Slipknot! > Franklin’s Tower, Drums > Space > The Other One > Stella Blue > Not Fade Away Encore: Touch Of Grey
Dead and Company take over Madison Square Garden. SET I: Shakedown Street, I Need a Miracle, Cold Rain and Snow, Tennessee Jed, They Love Each Other, and Jack Straw | SET II: Help on the Way, Slipknot!, Franklin's Tower, He's Gone, St. Stephen, Drums, Space, The Other One, Stella Blue, and Not Fade Away | ENCORE: Brokedown Palace
Dead and Company performing at Alpine Music Music Theatre, WI. SET I: Cassidy, Brown Eyed Women, I Need a Miracle, Dire Wolf, Ramble On Rose, Box of Rain, and The Music Never Stopped | SET II: Deal, Eyes of the World, St. Stephen, The Other One, Drums, Space, A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, Help on the Way, Slipknot!, Franklin's Tower, and One More Saturday Night | ENCORE: Knockin' on Heaven's Door
Dead and Company performing at BB&T Pavilion, Camden, NJ. SET I OPENER: Playing in the Band
Dead and Company performing at Folsom Field, Boulder, CO. SET I: Bertha, Good Lovin', Tennessee Jed, Cold Rain and Snow, Even So, Uncle John's Band, and One More Saturday Night | SET II: Scarlet Begonias, Fire on the Mountain, Saint of Circumstance, Terrapin Station, Drums, Space, Stella Blue, Throwing Stones, and Not Fade Away | ENCORE: Black Muddy River
Dead and Company performing at Folsom Field, Boulder, CO. SET I: Feel Like a Stranger, Next Time You See Me, Samson and Delilah, West L.A. Fadeaway, Bird Song, and New Speedway Boogie | SET II: China Cat Sunflower, I Know You Rider, He's Gone, Smokestack Lightning, Let It Grow, Drums, Space, Dark Star, and Morning Dew | ENCORE: Brokedown Palace, U.S. Blues
Dead and Company performing at Alpine Music Music Theatre, WI. SET I: Samson and Delilah, Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo, Loose Lucy, Standing on the Moon, Crazy Fingers, Althea, Going Down the Road Feelin' Bad | SET II: Sugar Magnolia, Viola Lee Blues, Scarlet Begonias, Fire on the Mountain, Drums, Space, Wharf Rat, Sunshine Daydream | ENCORE: Ripple, Touch of Grey
Dead and Company performing at Fenway Park, Boston, MA. SET I: Jam, Jack Straw, The Music Never Stopped, Next Time You See Me, Loser, Peggy-O, Help on the Way, Slipknot!, Franklin's Tower | SET II: St. Stephen, Dark Star, Terrapin Station, Drums, Space, Morning Dew, Casey Jones | ENCORE: Black Muddy River, U.S. Blues
Dead and Company performing at Fenway Park, Boston, MA. SET I: Jam, Truckin', Big River, They Love Each Other, Deal, Bird Song, Passenger, Going Down the Road Feelin' Bad | SET II: Playing in the Band, Estimated Prophet, He's Gone, Sugaree, Fire on the Mountain, Drums, Space, Days Between, Not Fade Away | ENCORE: One More Saturday Night
Three's Company is an American sitcom that aired from March 15, 1977, to September 18, 1984, on ABC. It is based on the British sitcom, Man About the House. The story revolves around three single roommates: Janet Wood, Chrissy Snow and Jack Tripper who all platonically share Apartment 201 in a Santa Monica, California apartment building owned by Mr. and Mrs. Roper. Later, following Suzanne Somers's departure, Jenilee Harrison joined the cast as Cindy Snow, who was later replaced by Priscilla Barnes as Terri Alden. After the Ropers were spun-off into their own sitcom, Don Knotts joined the cast as the roommates' new landlord Ralph Furley, brother of the new building owner, Bart Furley. The show, a comedy of errors, chronicles the escapades and hijinks of the trio's constant misunderstandings, social lives, and struggle to keep up with the rent.
An emotionally-driven character drama, set in the thrilling and dangerous world of WWII espionage and covert operations. It follows the stories of five highly skilled young recruits - Canadian, American and British - torn from their ordinary lives to train as agents in an ultra-secret facility on the shores of Lake Ontario. These agents parachute behind enemy lines, where they're fair game for torture and execution. From elegant hotels to hellholes in the field, it's one risky operation after another, masterminded by the brains of Camp X.
The Company tells the thrilling story of Cold War CIA agents imprisoned in double lives, fighting an amoral, elusive, formidable enemy – and each other – in an internecine battle within the Company itself.
An eclectic mix of the finest comedians in a theatrical plot portraying different characters each week. The show will explore multiple genres of comedy - from topical to physical comedy.
Short-lived variety show starring Dick Van Dyke and assorted guests. The show was best known for Dick's pantomime acting and a recurring skit about the dumbest family in the world, coincidently named "The Bright Family". Van Dyke & Co also featured appearances by the Los Angeles Mime Company.
Two's Company is a British television situation comedy series that ran from 1975-79. Produced by London Weekend Television for the ITV Network, the programme starred Elaine Stritch and Donald Sinden.
The Electric Company is an educational American children's television series that was produced by the Children's Television Workshop for PBS in the United States. PBS broadcast 780 episodes over the course of its six seasons from October 25, 1971 to April 15, 1977. After it ceased production that year, the program continued in reruns from 1977 to 1985, the result of a decision made in 1975 to produce two final seasons for perpetual use. CTW produced the show at Teletape Studios Second Stage in Manhattan, the first home of Sesame Street. The Electric Company employed sketch comedy and other devices to provide an entertaining program to help elementary school children develop their grammar and reading skills. It was intended for children who had graduated from CTW's flagship program, Sesame Street. Appropriately, the humor was more mature than what was seen there.
Good Company is an American television sitcom that aired on CBS on Monday nights from March 3, 1996, to April 15, 1996. The series is set at the offices of Blanton, Booker & Hayden Agency, a Manhattan ad agency.
Cash and Company was an Australian television period adventure series, set during the Victorian gold rush of the 1850s. The original series consisted of 13 one hour episodes, filmed in colour and on location in rural Victoria. Production began in July 1974 and the series premiered in Sydney on the Seven Network on 26 May 1975, in Melbourne on 29 May, and in Brisbane a few weeks previously. It was also was screened at the Cannes Film Festival, and was sold to Sweden, Holland, Yugoslavia, Ireland, Norway, Rhodesia and Nigeria. The series was also shown at Sunday lunchtime in the United Kingdom by the London Weekend Television Network, in advance of its airing in Australia. It was produced by Homestead Films, a TV production company set up by Patrick Edgeworth and Russell Hagg, who had worked together at Crawford Productions on Matlock Police. Edgeworth's brother is the musician Ron Edgeworth, who was married to Judith Durham of The Seekers. The episodes dealt with the adventures of bushrangers Sam Cash and his partner Joe Brady and a helpful widow, Jessica Johnson. Cash and Brady were fugitives, constantly absconding from the authorities, led by the corrupt police trooper Lieutenant Keogh. Other regular and recurring characters included Jessica’s father in law and her servant, Annie.
Two's Company was an Australian television variety series which aired in three different versions on Melbourne station ABV-2. The first version aired in 1959 for a series of seven episodes, with the regulars being Max Bostick's Sextet, Frankie Davidson and Heather Horwood. Guests who appeared during the run of the series included Davidson's three-year-old son, vocalist Jackie Bowkett, Frank Rich, vocalist Bill French, hammond organist Ian Thomas, piano accordionist Sergio Fochi, and vocalist Graeme Bent. The second version aired in 1960 for a series of six episodes, and starred vocalists Judy Banks and Rod McLennan as well as the Ted Preston Quintet. Guests who appearing during the run of this version included Terry Stanhope, June Carey, Jan Fraser, John Rohan, Hazel McInerney, Gavin Paul, Paula Langlands, Keith Petersen, Gaynor Bunning, Ron Cadee, Margaret Becker, and Robert Peach. The third version aired in late 1960 and ended 2 January 1961 for a series of six episodes. This version starred John and Shirley Broadway as well as vocal group The Tri-Tones and the Ted Preston Quintet. Guests who appeared during the run of this version included Gavin Paul, John Dooland, Terry Stanhope, and Frankie Davidson.
Sammy and Company is a combination of songs, dances, comedy and conversation. Regulars included Avery Schreiber, Johnny Brown and K. Dingle. William B. Williams was the announcer.
Misery Loves Company is an American sitcom television series that aired from October 1 until October 22, 1995.
The Steam Video Company was a 1984 comedy series produced by Thames Television for ITV written by Andrew Marshall and David Renwick. The six episode series was a low budget spoof of the horror genre, intermingled with spoofs on contemporary television programmes, such as Nationwide. The programmes starred the same repertory cast of comic actors in a variety of roles. The cast included: William Franklyn, Barry Cryer, Anna Dawson, Bob Todd, Madeline Smith and Jimmy Mulville. The title is thought to be a reference to 'the golden age of steam railways', with the 'steam video' apparently a spoof on the multitude of low-budget horror and exploitation films available during the early days of the British home video boom.