You really can not put a price on a dead show!!! If you can't get tickets for the show thats coming near you, just go anyway!! Chances are you'll find 1 in the lot. Probably face value or around the same price. We got to remember man, theres gonna be alot of people touring on this tour, so i'm sure that they'll be needin money for travel expenses and probably would'nt mind missin a show or two for gas,cig., etc...
Is'nt there a song saying "The Music never stop"?
Keep the faith and let every body stand up sit down and shake bones! The Grateful are HERE!
Last week it was an asshole selling his ShoreLine tickets for $1,000.00 on EBAY. And now this is even worse...
The Dead Tickets
Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 7:00 PM (EST) at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY
Price: $13,000.00 each
Quantity: (2 available - I might see if I can get the pair for $25,000)
Seller comments: Hard Tickets, Ships Immediately!
Delivery Options: FedEx 2 Day
Can you believe this bullshit? 25K for general admission floor seats.
No Brent and
No Vince either.
It's time to cancel this rip-off tour instead of being dragged into this filthy ticket scalping racket. You can't sell yours at face value in the parking lot; but these corporate bastards can rob us blind. There is no difference between EBAY, StubHub and any other 3rd party who jacks up ticket prices and give none of his windfall profits to the artists. Wanna bet these assholes aren't gonna report this income on their tax returns by April 15th either?
It's time for these stupid politicians and the IRS to wake up. Ban all of these ticket scalpers...
You know when you're listening to a jam and sometimes it's cooking and you're connecting right there with it, building it along with others into an epiphany and then it gets bigger and spreads til it can't be held any longer and it falls like a shower of stars burning to the ground and it noddles around looking for itself for awhile and then someone reconnects and the whole thing builds up again like a Hindu Yuga?
Well that's a little wheel. The bigger wheel is turning too and maybe the Dead will come back to life. Heck! Maybe they have and I just don't know it cuz I'm not paying $100 to see ANYBODY. Now this is my take and maybe not yours and that's 100% fine with me - but see, My encounter with the Grateful Dead wasn't about a party, or witnessing history etc etc. It was hearing the new, real news. It wasn't selling pertuity. It was creating synchronicity on the spot. Money had very little to do with it. Now it seems to be a key ingredient with the Grateful Dead as it is most places. No blame, no shame. We all gotta pay the rent.
I'll pay my landlord til hurts,
but my connection to you all,
I'll pay what it's worth.
And what it's worth to me,
is something that can not be seen.
Worth more than silvered gold
it can not be bought or sold
There is just no way to tell
China Cat Magnolia Dark Stary Stary Moon
forever, I wish you well.
Respect and praise for those who gave their "all" to build this thing and fly it round the world by our "connections" through the Grateful Dead, Beatles, Jimi, Janis, CSNY, Allman Brothers, Dylan, Joni, Miles, Pete, Jack, Alan, Timithy, Buddha, and many others.
Sorry, didn't mean to have a cow
but what I really want to know is;
Where's that connection now?
What is Over: The Grateful Dead with Jerry at the helm. His presence, his licks, that certain something in the air that made us all move with a pinch of grace. He was the spoon that stirred the pot 100% of the time after Pig died at 27 years old. Maybe you can arbitraily dispute that for the sake of argument but I think it pretty much speaks for itself.
What Is Not Over: Different variations on the basic theme. It's really spun out in many different directions and my particular favorite post-Jerry act is The Other Ones. Everybody will have a different opinion based on their preferences, but this genre didn't die with Jerry. If you were to try and define it, it would be an amalgam of Rock, blues, folk, jazz, bluegrass, improv. jam. All the same stuff it used to be without Jerry. Is it ALL worth seeing? Probably not, But to say: Get Over It. It's Done. Get On With Your Life... is more appropro to post 1974 Grateful Dead. The experimentation with the group mind meld and taking music as far as it could go was over.
The point is, given the really, really lousy crap (with very few exceptions) out there posing as an excuse for jam band music, the stuff coming from the former band members is 95% worth seeing (and paying for). That is why I'll be going on this tour.
But, these guys are getting old and this music is for the young. I'm glad they stuck around to pass the flame to another generation or two of musicians. If not their particulare styles, at least an influence from which to evolve from.
in my dead related wear clothes, I am / was always a subtle kind of head. never wore no tie-dyes... this is in direct contrast to my old lady whose trademark enourmous steal your face tees are really... uhhh, in your face.
try the newer iron on photo paper, they work pretty welll. after a few dozon or so washes (inside out) they are still going strong. on a 10 $ soft cotton workshirt, it looks pretty good. black on black with jerry's hand in white like the pic above.
You not only aced it, you made me laugh out loud. Mahalo!
It ain't over till I die-then is it? Sounds like philosophy to me.........
a t-shirt with the handprint. It fell apart years ago and I never found any others. I think I already whined at the Store folks.