Grateful Dead

Next on "Tales from the Golden Road": Tales of Winterland!

 

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On the April 13 edition of Tales from the Golden Road, we'll celebrate the release of Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings by inviting our listeners to tell their stories of going to shows at the legendary ice rink.

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"Tales From The Golden Road" airs every Sunday from 4 to 6 pm ET on the Grateful Dead Channel, Sirius 32. The program is rebroadcast Mnday at 9am ET and Tuesday at 5pm ET.

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tory my first show was in

tory my first show was in s.f. at speedway meadows.i was pretty young at the time (junior highish). my first expeirence of the unmistakable thing was at the Carousel.

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This is unfair

I did not even know who the dead where until the news of Jerry's paasing flashed acrossed the MTV screen! Since that time, i have become a dead fan, though I can't stand a bad show (no matter the artist). I can overlook the drugs to a point, but when it interferes with the music, it's time to reevaluate your priorities. Since I never attended a dead show, my first live recording was The Best of the Dead ( the black album with the demonic skelaton). i was hooked. Since then I consider myself a fan of the dead. I do get the music, the vibe, and the spirit of the dead and "the hippie hopefulness." Just because some of us never attended a show, don't under estimate out/ my allegiance. ANyway just wanted to add my 2 cents!!

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