The music known as the Grateful Dead started 40 years ago. It has never stopped. It will live on as long as the Legend remains alive through all of us deadheads. Let the songs be sung and the rhythms played in combo with perfectly improvised melody.
We all know by now that it is going to get stranger so lets get on with the show!!
Cant wait to be dancing around the venue formally known as the Rosemont Herizon.
These guys really put some good music out, check out there Web Page. Every Thursday for Like 20 years! They have some fun parties too...also Dark Star Orcistra...Their always crowded with kind people! Music Never Dies when theres a good story teller!
if for some reason you decided to jump off the bus fine that is your life to live...... i don't think anybody has the right to judge someone for staying on...if someone gets off, it leaves a seat for some one to get on.
let your life proceede by its own design
Dude, your rite about the experience bit.... Towards the end there, i'd say Jerry was kinda out of it from the china-way. and yes, I think the spirit was alot more alive on the further tour in 98 then in 94 at buckeye lake i caught in Ohio. As for tickets, don't sweat it anybody, you'll get em in the parking lot!
GET IN THE GROOVE AND LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL<
WE GONNA STAY HERE TILL WE SOOTH OUR SOUL
IF IT TAKES ALL NIGHT LONG!!!!!!!!!
Whewww! Why all the fuss about tix? Perception and reality can be QUITE different. I agree with Phatmoye, there will be plenty of tix available at every venue, especially if you have the patience to wait until the last minute at the most "sold-out" venues. Really, it's gonna be Ok. Really it will, I promise!
if your trip is over, get off the bus. I'm staying on.
question is, do the Dead / Ratdog / Phil & Friends provide an "authentic" experience for you? I gotta say, I have had more positive Grateful experiences at some recent Dead / Ratdog / Phil shows than what i saw from '92-'95. Let's be honest, Jerry was asleep at the wheel for the last three or four years, and the vibe was lacking. Still, were those shows authentic Grateful Dead experiences? yes.
Was the Terrapin Station reunion at Alpine Valley a few years ago authentic? yes. Was it superior to the last few shows i saw with Jerry? yes.
Weir wrote tons of the Dead's material, but folks accuse him of nostalgia-mongering with Ratdog. Well, remember the Dead themselves have been accused of being out of step and out of touch since the end of the sixties.
Jerry Garcia was a member of this thing called Grateful Dead. so am I. so are you, if you want to be. if you don't, just pass it on
Yea, ur over the hill ,or n a boat with-out a paddle, sounds like someone missed the Bus alrite
go bk to Starbucks an take a nap, I hit the Haight n 66' an things sure have changed, try eatin at Foghorns fish@chips ,an go bk 2 bed,,,,,,,,,,mahiko
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!