Seen any of the boys (or Donna Jean!) lately in the press? on TV? in the movies? Post the info here!
Featured a joke along the lines,
The Griffin family makes Stewie stand out and shine like The Grateful Dead did for Bob Weir...
I ain't often right, but I never been wrong.
I assume you may be referring to this rare show from the Family Dog at the Great Highway billed as Mickey Hart and His Heartbeats and Bobby Ace: http://www.dead.net/store/1970s/family-dog-great-highway-san-francisco-ca-41870-cd
It was originally released on vinyl as part of last year's Black Friday Record Store Day.
Is it similar to National Inquirer?
Wonder if this guy is friends with Ollie North?
Cassidy Pen's info, from the National Report site:
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I didn't know Jer was a commie pig. LOL!! I don't think any one with a ounce of intelligence is going to take that article seriously. Who the heck is Ron Pen? haha
This is hilarious.
There's a commercial I stumbled across years ago - I don't think it ever made TV, but it is on you tube - and it's got Sugaree playing in the background for a little while just before all the action starts...
Musicians Friend is offering Grateful Dead playing cards. Two decks in a decorative tin box for $14.
Don't ya let that deal go down !
I'll let you know. So far haven't heard back on this.
I got an email a few days ago talking about an acoustic Dead show from 1970. There were links to record stores but no one had ever hear of it. Is it available? The show poster featured Bob "Ace" something and a few other groups. Any info would be appreciated.
and thanks to Deb Trist for posting the link on FB!