Jerry Garcia opened up about his near-death experience, and his days with the Grateful Dead in long-lost interview tapes from 1988.
This is the year of the Dead, as America says farewell to the Grateful Dead 50 years after the band was founded, marks the 20th year since the passing of lead singer Jerry Garcia, and anticipates the triumphal and final return of the band to the Bay Area stage June 27th and 28th at Levi’s Stadium. This recording is a great way to count down to that concert.
The sale goes from April 11-12, and will offer up many items from throughout the band’s heyday that have never been on sale before.
Whereabouts Of Jerry Garcia’s Lost Music Still A Mystery 30 Years Later, SFPD Says They Don’t Have It
Thirty years after Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead was arrested in Golden Gate Park, the mystery continues. The story involves music, drugs, and a briefcase, allegedly seized by the San Francisco police.
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Taken from a 1977 interview with Jerry Garcia discussing ‘The Grateful Dead Movie’
This list includes five of the best rock ‘n roll cities in America, with honorable mentions to the cities of Austin, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, New Orleans, Philadelphia and Seattle.
The late Grateful Dead guitarist and San Francisco native Jerry Garcia would have turned 70 this week, and his legacy lives on with a musical celebration Sunday in the neighborhood where the bandleader grew up.
Deadheads and music aficionados now have a new resource for all things Grateful Dead with Friday’s launch of an online archive.
Interim San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is expected to announce Monday that he will, after all, run for mayor in November.