There's not many in New Zealand I can attest to that. At least not ones who actually made it to shows. I was born there and spent quite a few years there at different points in time. I'm the only actual tourhead from there that I've ever met and I've traveled throughout that land many a time mixing it up with the alternative folks of the various towns and scenes. There are a dozen or so that hit up a few shows though that I've run into here and there. There must be at least that many again that I didn't run into.
I guess that makes me the King of the New Zealand Deadheads... ha, ha! ;)
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Hey mussell8, I am in touch with 2 Adelaide (well one is a bit out of town) Deadheads myself. And I get over there to visit my Mother a couple of times a year and help swell the numbers from time to time.
When I was at WOMAD a few years ago I was wearing my Steal Your Base tie die and was accosted by a Deadhead. He informed me that there were five Deadheads in Adelaide. That can't be true. Can it?
seems to me that Japan got a very active and lively deadhead scene with
as far as i know nothing like it exist in Australia but i hope that i'm wrong about it.
a Byron Bay radio station had a night program 'A Long Strange Trip' simular to the Grateful Dead Hour;i don't know if it's still going - lost the link.
if somebody here knows more about GD related events and radio programs in OZ,please drop a note