Summer Solstice Trivia
From Captain Trips to the Great Pyramid of Giza to Terrapin Station... If you think you know everything about The Dead, then we’ve got a challenge for you. We’re lightening things up this summer with a bit of Grateful Dead trivia. Each day we’ll post a new question and the previous day’s answer under The Latest. Get started here.
The eccentric naturalist credited with creating San Francisco's Golden Gate Park was known by which nickname which appears in a Grateful Dead lyric?
...that Jerry and Phil switched places...not 1987??
I love how you can pick 3 wrong choices in a row before stumbling on the last remaining - correct- answer and still get a "Correct! Well done." pat on the head. :)
Did He play guitar on the show itself?
The correct answer should be 1975,
Correct answer should be 1975.
It just seems so, oh so easy! I don't score perfectly every time, but most of the time I do, so why complain? Maybe it is that I know quite a bit of information and trivia about the Grateful Dead and that I have been listening since Truckin' was an item on top 40 and progressive FM radio way back in 1970 and have seen some shows and read many books and read liner notes about the Grateful Dead. Sometimes my answers are good guesses and I LOVE these questions, I look forward to this trivia at this time (after June 21) and they are fun! Why change a thing?
You want to know how much I Love You... more than anything in this world.
We are Very much looking forward to seeing Warren and the Orchestra down here at the Greek in Griffith Park. I'm a little kid here!!!
I want to remind you that I LOVE every Living Thing on this Earth, But The Grateful Dead Family and Friends are in a class all Your Own... Very, Very Special to Us, God and me! LOVE ... LOVE ... LOVE
Always in my Heart, see you at the Shows
January 1, 1979
Something is happening this summer that may never happen again. Just got back from the Raleigh and Tanglewood Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration and oh boy what a show. Excellent selection of songs and to see Jerry's music played by these orchestras is truly a once in lifetime event. Thanks to whoever thought this up. See you in Denver.
Goog morning, nice to see you all..........