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I'm going to try to catch

the I-House one next week. This book is getting really good buzz and I'm anxious to check it out.

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Sam Cutler's book tour itinerary

Thank you marye!!
~SAM CUTLER'S 2010 SPRING BOOK TOUR~
North America

MEDFORD, OR -Thursday 15-April
After today, there will be signed books on hand at
Barnes & Noble-
1400 Biddle Road, Medford, OR

SACRAMENTO, CA -Friday 16-April
After today, there will be signed books on hand at
Barnes & Noble Doubleday / Downtown Plaza-
545 Downtown Plaza Suite 1095, Sacramento, CA

Call-in Radio show -Sunday 18-April, 1:00p.m. to 3:00pm
David Gans, Tales from the Golden Road,
The Grateful Dead Channel, on SiriusXM (satellite radio)

Live Radio interview -Sunday 18-April, 10:30pm to 11:30pm
WGN Radio Chicago, The Nick Digilio Show
Host: Nick Digilio

Live Radio interview -Tuesday 20-April, 12:00noon to 12:30pm
CKLU Sudbury, Canada – Brent Holland Radio Show
Host/producer: Brent Holland,
This nonprofit show broadcasts to National College Radio system (80 stations)

BEREKELY, CA -Tuesday 20-April, 7:30pm to 9:00pm
Pat of I-House’s “Music Without Borders” series
Free admission and open to the public-
Onstage interview with Tim Lynch, KPIG 1510-AM radio personality,
followed by a Q&A and book signing.
UC Berkeley International House
2299 Piedmont Ave, Berkeley, CA

Live Radio interview -Wednesday 21-April, 7:05pm (9:05pm CT)
KFAB NEWS RADIO, 1110AM, Omaha, NB

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Wednesday 21-April, 2:00pm
Dual Book signing with Robert Altman
Connor Fennessy Art
801 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA

SONOMA, CA -Wednesday 21-April, 7:30pm to 9:00pm
Book signing
Readers Books
130 E. Napa St., Sonoma, CA

LOS ANGELES, CA
-Sunday, 23-April
After today the following will have signed books on hand:
Book Soup
8818 West Sunset Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 90069

-Saturday 24-April
After today the following will have signed books on hand:

Barnes & Noble / Santa Monica
1201 Third Street Promenade
Santa Monica, CA

Barnes & Noble / Grove at Farmers Market
189 Grove Drive Suite K 30
Los Angeles, CA

Barnes & Noble / Studio City
12136 Ventura Blvd.
Studio City, CA

Barnes & Noble / Encino
16461 Ventura Boulevard
Encino, CA

Live author i-chat (for i-phone app) -Sunday 25-April, 6:00pm
CYInterview via Skype with host Chris Yandek

Live radio phone interview -Monday, 26-April, 09:05am to 09:25am
WJBC FM, Bloomington, IL
Host: Ron Ross

TORONTO, Canada -Tuesday 27-April
Live TV interview 7:40am
CTV-Canada AM

NEW YORK, NY -Thursday, 29-April
Multiple live radio interviews, 8:00am-11:00am
Premiere Radio Network
On-air radio tour

Walk thru of Grateful Dead exhibit, 12:00pm to 1pm
New York Historical Society
170 Central Park West
New York, NY

Book presentation and signing, 7:30pm
Barnes & Noble/ Lincoln Triangle
1972 Broadway at 66th Street
New York, NY

AND ~ONWARD~ TO EUROPE!

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Sam Cutler's book

Sam Cutler is doing a North America tour of book-signings and readings of his recently-released book. The book is on available at Amazon and is also on i-tunes as an i-phone ap, read in its entirety in his own voice. A simultaneous release like this is a publishing-industry first.

Tonight he is in Portland, where he will do readings as well as signing the book at Powell’s Books on Hawthorne at 3723 SE Hawthorne Blvd .
He's a wonderfully engaging man- I highly recommended that anyone in the area go, and meet him in person!

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Sam Culter book

I just ordered a book by Sam Cutler about his days managing the Grateful Dead and the Stones. Should be a interesting read. The book is called: You Can't Always Get What You Want: My Life with the Rolling Stones, the Grateful Dead and Other Wonderful Reprobates. I found it on Amazon.

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New Book!

For all you heads in the academy, and for those of us struggling to follow along, I wanted to share my excitement at a new publication:

The Grateful Dead in Concert: Essays on Live Improvisation
Jim Tuedio, Stan Spector, eds
http://www.mcfarlandpub.com/book-2.php?id=978-0-7864-4357-4

My partner, Brent Wood, contributed an essay entitled "The Eccentric Revolutions of Phil Lesh". It is a great piece of work and feels good to see it in print after hours of conversation, listening and writing. He's already published an essay on Robert Hunter's poetry and psychedelic experience and is currently tackling the subject of Jerry & tragedy. These pieces will hopefully appear as a whole book in future.

This book is carefully put together with foreword by Stanley Krippner and contributions by the editors, Gimbel, Merriwether... the usual suspects and many others. Great writing, nice organization (tuning, first, 2nd, 3rd sets, encore...) and good ideas! Reads like a good show. Enjoy!

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HI-- A friend recently made

HI--
A friend recently made a video trailer for my Grateful Dead inspired Young Adult book. If you have a second, take a look.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6FuxGfiVgY
Jen

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Grateful Dead and Philosophy

I haven't read the whole thing, but editor Steve Gimbel's essay is great. He examines whether the parking lot vending scene is a critique of pure capitalism or an instance of it. The author did time as a vendor, so his perspective is from the trenches. I enjoyed it! And Bud Fairlamb's essay cites my books a lot, so of course I like that one, too :^)

Gans/GD Hour blog
GD Hour station list

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Sweet Chaos

Also recently read Carol Brightman's book - it looks at the Dead and the scene around them from a more socio-political perspective, which is interesting and at times enlightening. It certainly goes off on long excursions into the author's own experiences as a political activist in the 60s and beyond, but it all ends up tying together pretty well. Not mind candy but enjoyable nonetheless, and certainly interesting.

Anyone read that "Dead and Philosophy" book? I'm tempted but honestly it seems a little hokey. If I find it used somewhere I'll probably pick it up, but wondering what people have thought about it.

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Growing Up Dead

Just finished Peter Connors' book - really enjoyed it. Definitely evokes the spirit and atmosphere of the shows, inside and out (that's inside the venue and outside in the lot, AND inside one's LSD-enhanced headspace and out!). Thanks for a good read.

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Dark Star

I have Dark Star and it is not a hatchet job-it is interesting how people view the same events and times so differently. I know he could be very difficult but please a man that ill and he is not using a CPAP machine for his sleep apnea? A health resort admits him and doesn't have a doctor on premises or doesn't insist on a physical? Way too soon Way too soon

And the road goes on forever....
BobbaLee

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