Hey Now! My name is Jeremy, I have been in Bangkok for 3.5 years, I have met one or two heads here, the biggest being my boss at my school. I play guitar, sing and have TONS of music to share.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Happy Holidaze (~);-)
Here in japan there is a Dead meeting every year by the Mount Fuji.
This year I have driven thru 3 states a full set PA for the second stage, but due to lack of decent organization I were rip off of the promissed travel expenses and rent cost,
I realy wonder if the Oshino organization is linked officialy to the official Gratefull dead in any way and if so, why is such disonest person in charge of handling the Gratefull name in such ungratefull manner???
There are a couple of Grateful Dead tribute shows coming up next weekend - 24th and 25th of October in Seoul, South Korea. If you live in Korea, it'll give you a chance to meet the other Deadheads here and have a great weekend in the spirit. Both shows are in Hongdae district, 24th at Club Ta and 25th at Freebird. If you're on facebook, you can find the event page under name of "Spiritual Hustlers take Hongdae - Club Ta / Freebird." Hope to get some Deadheads filling those clubs. Oh, both shows are FREE by the way!
All the Best,
P.S. If you're not on Facebook and want more info on those shows, please don't hesitate to e-mail me at email@example.com.
Any Deadheads in Japan? Anyone near Hamamatsu?
Just another head saying hi from Korea. I came here in August 1 '95 in order to save $$$ to tour...guess we all know what happened next. Been here since then, going back for good sometime around March of next year; if the rumors are true, I just might get to hit a couple of shows for my welcome home. Hoping, hoping.
and a side trip to Cambodia. What a blast! Stayed with my brother in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). Took a weekend flight to Cambodia (Siem Reap) and explored the Angkor Wat temple ruins (and several others). Absolutely amazing.
Hung out in the evenings at Sheridan's, a funky ex-pat pub in HCM City. Acoustic music (live) most nights. Mostly 60s/70s tunes on the sound system. Couple of Dead tunes floated by. Good times.
Anyone gets the chance, check it out.
who ever went there really loved it (subject to being prepared for the altitude and stuff) but I get the sense the situation there may be a bit complicated these days, so I'd be curious on the current info also.
Anyone have any thoughts on Nepal? I might have the opportunity to visit there in October. I would be very grateful for any advice or suggestions.
2 weeks there in mid July visiting my "baby" brother. Anyone out that way?