Wherever you are, visit www.lightapixel.com and light a pixel for Jerry.
My Dead blog in spahish
the music never stopped..
I have been creating a statue with Stanley Mouse to add to the Jerry Memorial SIte in Fairfax California. The statue will be real cool. Cast in bronze with a life size guitar with Chrome Plated wings that light up like rainbows or fire.
Go to www.JerryMemorial.com to see a animated simulation, rednering, artist conception of the statue. I just added the interactive Jerry Garden where you can mouseover flowers to see photos of flowers that are actually growing at the Current Jerry Memorial. Flowers like Scarlet Begonias, China Cat Sunflowers, Sugar Magnolias, Purple Sage, American Beauties.
We are having an event / gathering / jam at the Current Jery Memorial site on Sat June 13th, 2009 during The Fairfax Festival
TELL A FRIEND PLEASE!!!!
glad to be part of this wonderful community.
please check out www.virsona.com to have a conversation with jerry.
feel free to add your knowledge or create another band member virsona.
create a personal virsona so friends and family can chat with you.
i have tried to put in a good amount of info for the jerry garcia virsona so far but can use some help,this is a great way for people to interact and learn more about jerry and the dead.
have fun..keep on smiling .
Just thought I'd add us here.
We're a group of photographers, writers and music heads who cover the live scene.
You've seen our stuff on Ratdog.org, The Philzone, and lots of Dead related fan sites.
We've got live concert shots over over 70 bands, with several thousand photos posted.
Last year alone we shot about 20 RD and a good dozen PLAF shows.
We've got shots up of the Greensboro opener.
Check it out:
I just posted my video from Roseland ballroom on Youtube. It is pretty good- I was in the first row! It is only a 10 minute compilation, but it's pretty cool. Check it out and message me to let me know if you liked it!!! That would make me so happy!
Wow, that cool man, they used to have dead hour on my radio station back home followed by king blossoms power hour, used to listen every sunday night. I'll check ur show out man.
Check out 90.7 KSER in Everett, Washington.
I am the DJ for ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT heard every Saturday night at 9PM, pst.
Hope you all can check it out.
I just want to second nycityjeff's posting from September 24, 2008 - 11:21pm
about the Grateful Dead sims in Second Life. Dark Star is truly a wonderful place to visit and hang with fellow dead heads and make new friends. It is the best thing I have found on the net, next to this group and archive.org. You don't need to be a techie or gamer to enjoy this scene, and it doesn't have to cost anything but time.
Imagine living on a 3D version of the Shakedown Street album cover. There are always new old things to see, many of them activating synapses that have been dormant for decades. And Dark Star, while the most developed, isn't the only GD sim there. You will also find Aoxomoxoa and Ripple. The Mars Hotel parking lot is my favorite spot to hang.
And, if you do visit and happen to run into the lovely starling glitterbock, tell her that ew beck sent you and sends his regards. She is the creative force behind much of what you'll find in Dark Star, and is a very talented soul. You can also meet many other talented artists and musicians who often wander by.