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Darkstarwolfcub's picture
Joined: Feb 16 2010

There are many latin american deadheads baby....Magical Realism and Jerry Garcia go hand in hand!!!! Bueno!!

oscarterrapin's picture
Joined: Jun 8 2007
Spanish Deadhead Radio

Hola Brothers, cada viernes realizo el programa "Estación Terrapin",, de dos horas, en la emisora , 9:00h a 11:00h AM Costa Oeste USA. o visita para escuchar los podcast de cada programa.
Un abrazo.
music never stopped..

Joined: May 11 2009
retired in Costa Rica

Have been living in Costa Rica(Jaco area) for over a year and have over 1,000 tapes
and 50 cds(1965 to Jerry s last show plus Other Ones, Phil & Friends, Ratdog and tons of
live Classic Rock.)
Looking for other heads to share the tunes and beauty of CR.
Currently living in a new house on two hectares of unspoiled, virgin rainforest
Drop me a line to meet a truly grateful Head. Gracias!
Peace & Good Jams,

juanito_deadhead's picture
Joined: Apr 6 2008
Hola deadheads

hola mi nombre es juan y soy de argentina
soy MUY fanatico de todo lo relacionado a los dead
si queres hablar mandame un mail, agregame al msn, o mandeme un mensaje privado, lo que sea
espero que gente buena onda y fanatica de esta la mejor banda del mundo este interesada en hablar conmigo

mando un fuerte abrazo y espero encontrar algun otro deadhead latinoamericano

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Joined: Jul 25 2007
Desde Guatemala


I have a nice spread down in Guatemala. Out in the Motagua Valley 124 km east of Guatemala City.
Presently, I am looking to make something special here called, "Oasis Monte Grande". There are beautiful views of the Sierra de Las Minas and the Sierra Jalapa. The Motagua river flows nearby. It will take some time and money to make this dream come true.
All good things in all good time.

Joined: Jan 11 2008

i am just watching a breathtaking movie about indios.they climbe up onto a mountain where they spent the night in ice and snow to celebrate secret shamanistic rites.many of them die on their way up the hill,which is seen as a good sign because the gods have taken their lives as an fact the group is not counted by their leader before going uphill,so nobody notices how many are missing when they return.....they seem like deadheads too.praying to pachamama no matter what the cost.

Joined: Oct 15 2007
in Mexico


I live in Morelia, Michoacan and miss going to shows... My husband is a musician. You can check out his site at and from there go to to listen to clips of his music. Not the Dead, but...asi es la vida. I moved here some 12 years ago from Western Mass., the Berkshires.


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Joined: Jun 15 2007
¡Hola! Technically, I'm

¡Hola! Technically, I'm not a Dead of Latin America *yet* -- still a Deadhead of Europe (UK-based), but I'm moving to Colombia in a couple of months, so I will be soon. And since things are quiet in this neck of the woods, I thought I might jump the gun a bit and say hello here.

I guess Colombia is a little bit of a distance from Yucatan ... but I haven't travelled much in Central/South America so far, and hope to do so once I'm based there. So I guess I'll get along there eventually :)



Joined: Jun 14 2007
Wayan o'ne

Or something like that....that means "Here we are!" in Mayan (please, someone correct my spelling)

Actually, only one of us is a Deadhead (me). We're living in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico...technically North America, but culturally, Latin America.

My car still has my Thank You Jerry sticker on it ('s wearing off), my five or so dead stickers from various shows and my Grateful Diver sticker that my deadhead friend drive gave to me soon after we moved here.

Hola to any other deadheads within shoutin' distance...

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