New Grateful Dead iPhone App is Amazing!
I finally got an iPhone for Christmas and, by far, my must have app is The Dead Tour 2009, which lets us have a total record—photos, vids, streaming audio, rehearsals, news feeds, set lists and downloads of two hours of the live music—of the tour. There’s more than 500 photos. It is completely sick and something you definitely have to get.
The tour was the first in five years for Bob, Phil, Bill, and Mickey, along with keyboardist Jeff Chimenti and Allman Brothers Band/Gov’t Mule guitarist Warren Haynes. Jay Blakesberg took the photos and Justin Kreutzmann filmed it.
You can get it on the iStore for three bucks. It’s definitely worth it. It’s by far my favorite app. The company that made it is called Mosaic Legends and they also have very cool apps for David Bowie and P. Diddy. I don’t have those, but I’ll probably download the Bowie one. If it’s anything like the Dead app, I’ll be stoked and do a post on it.
I found an article where Phil Lesh talked about it: “With this new Dead tour App Mosaic Legends is bringing us the future earlier than expected.”
I got it here.