Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, Release Rare Footage On YouTube During Lockdown

Rock legends including Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, Metallica and more are all releasing rare, unseen or archived material during the coronavirus shelter-in-place orders. Many of them raising money to benefit those impacted by COVID-19. You can check out the concert footage on the bands’ official YouTube channels weekly.

On Friday, April 17, Pink Floyd will put out full concert, starting with Pulse, recorded in 1994 at Earls Court, London.

Grateful Dead’s Friday Shakedown Stream events started last week with Truckin’ Up To Buffalo from 1989.

Genesis will reveal five concert films weekly starting Saturday, April 18, starting with its 1981 tour supporting the Abacab album.

And if you’ve been hanging out with 95.7 The Hog, you know we’ve been sharing Metallica Mondays on our Facebook page. Any donations made there are going to Metallica’s foundation, All Within My Hands, helping COVID-19 needs.