Category: Grateful Dead

Bob Dylan Covers ‘Friend of the Devil’ in Concert

The performance marked the first time he’d played the song since 2007 and the first time he’s changed his setlist on his current tour in the past 37…

Europe ’72 at 50 (Grateful Dead)

It is too late to listen to Europe ’72 set on the day of (50 years ago) but we do have a year, after all. Photo: Album Cover…

Doc explores what it really means to be a Deadhead

‘Box of Rain’ looks at the community that evolved around the Dead and their music. Photo: A Deadhead poses in front of Grateful Dead posters at a Haight-Ashbury…

Obituary: Robert Hunter, lyricist (78)

The master of lyrics, Robert Hunter, poet and writer provided the Grateful Dead with many of their vivid and enduring lyrics 28 February 2022 | James Porteous | Clipper Media…

Grateful Dead: The Beauty and the Chaos of ‘Europe ’72’

What on earth were they thinging? A 43-person ‘tour family,’ 22 shows across Europe. Who knows. But thank god they did. Photo: Europe ’72 LP, Warner Bros. Records….

Listen: Billy Strings does the Dead

Billy String, his band and guests doing live versions of various Grateful Dead (or Dead-adjacent) covers Billy Strings has done over the years. Photo credit: Dean Budnick 08…

The Jerry Garcia Archive

The online archive will serve as a resource and digital library, and provide the Garcia community a place to contribute, connect and inspire. Photo by Herb Greene 08…

Ground Zero: The Weekend that started the Haight-Ashbury hippie era

The three-night event, the Trips Festival, held on Jan. 21-23, 1966, was the first time that the hitherto hidden-away psychedelic scene came fully into the open. Photo: An…

Grateful Dead T-shirt from 1967 sells for nearly $20K at auction

19 October 2021 | Muri Assunção | Yahoo News A T-shirt billed as “one of the earliest official Grateful Dead shirts” has sold for a record-breaking $17,640 at…

Interview: Jerry Garcia – Relix (1976)

Photo: Jerry Garcia circa 1976 – Youtube Screenshot Mr Garcia talks about life, music, “Row Jimmy Row” and the then-current Dead album: I think Blues For Allah was…

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