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Phil Lesh and Bob Weir to Make Rare In-Store Appearance
TO MAKE RARE IN-STORE APPEARANCE AND SIGNING
Rocking The Cradle: Egypt 1978
At Midtown Manhattan Best Buy On October 14
LOS ANGELES – Grateful Dead founding members Phil Lesh and Bob Weir will make a rare in-store appearance and signing to celebrate the historic release of Rocking The Cradle: Egypt 1978. The 2-CD/1-DVD Egypt collection features previously unreleased audio and video highlights from the band’s legendary performances at the foot of The Great Pyramid in Gizah. The set will be released on September 30 from Grateful Dead Productions and Rhino. Lesh and Weir will be signing copies of the release at the Best Buy in midtown Manhattan at 5th Avenue and East 44th Street on October 14 starting at 7:00 PM. The first 400 people to purchase Rocking The Cradle at this Best Buy location on Tuesday, September 30th will receive a wristband entitling them access to meet Lesh and Weir on October 14. Please contact the store for more details at (212) 808-0309.
to judge others and say if they are true Deadheads or not? By what authority do you judge? You are defining Deadheads to meet your agenda. I guess no one ever let most of us see your Deadhead rulebook, maybe you should lend all the rest of us your copy.
I don't like that there is just a two party system and don't like big chains and I try to avoid them but that doesn't mean that I'm going to paint everyone that disagrees with my viewpoint "not a true Deadhead." I just can't believe how close minded things get around here.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
If this is the only opportunity I will likely ever have to meet members of my favorite band then so be it. I think between this website where dead heads congregate and the sharing of music in the new technology that the once great institution (as you say) has evolved well and has even prospered. Just my two cents. Rock on.
If this and the Obama bullspit doesn't make you sick, then you never were a true Deadhead. Thank the heavens we still have the music and the memories of what it was like, because that is all that is left of a once-great institution.
Given that I work a block away, I am going to do my best to get over there. However, I want to buy the CD/DVD through Dead.net so I can get the bonus disc. I really don't want to give my money to Best Buy. I will figure something out to get over there.
Jerry wouldn't be selling himself. Where are the Free Concerts??
more and more i'm thinkin' the boys forgot where it all started
according to "Google" Best Buys' have 1300 stores ........Gypsy Cowgirl xoxo geez....I love Google.....
Sounds like a tour to me, how many BestBuy's are there anyway?
wow. wish i could be there on the 30th to purchase that set. will be in PA anyways for the show on the 13th! would be cool to get a pic with the boys. to bad im all the way in ARIZONA!
Great, now I'm gonna have to get on eBay and buy *another* copy of the damn thing to get an autographed one.