the guard at the Holocost museum who was killed was named Stephen Tyrone Johns. his nickname was 'Big John' since he stood over 6 ft. tall. he had a son and had recently remarried.
the museum was closed for the day in honour of Stephen Tyrone Johns.
RIP, may the 4 winds blow you safely home.
donations for flowers for Jerry Moore's services were collected, and any excess funds will be donated to the Rex.
folks here who would like to make a charitable donation in Jerry Moore's name in lieu of flowers may do so directly to The Rex.
please click on the make a donation link on the right side of the page, they accept either pay pal or credit cards. in the 'description' you are able to specify something like donation for the memory of Jerry Moore should you want to include that.
bunch of tapers who inspired the rest of us to make an attempt to capture the magic of the Grateful Dead on that little magnetic tape.
Bless him for his gifts to this community and for his work to preserve and sharre so many blissful moments for us all to enjoy/relive.
Thank you, Jerry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Truth is realized in an instant, the act is practiced step by step.
holy cow.....too much at once.......rest in peace "grasshopper"........thanx for the rippin' songs koko........jerry moore.....your recordings will live on.........damn.....gotta go dig up my old relix mags now.
Jerry Moore, original Relix editor found dead
Original Relix Editor, Jerry Moore, died June 3 in his sleep at his parents home in the Bronx.
Wake and funeral info
Visitation Friday 2-4 & 7-9 at
Hodder & Son Funeral Home, 899 McClean Ave, Yonkers, NY 10704
Mass Saturday 9:45 - St. Barnabus Church, 409 E 241st St
Bronx, NY 10470 718-324-1478
Burial afterward at Gates of Heaven Cemetery in Hawthorne
RIP brother, may the four winds blow you safely home.
I heard Koko play live only once, in 1979 at a now defunct club in Cambridge, Massachusetts called The Speakeasy. The band I was in at that time played there a year later. It was a glorious dump, but some of the greatest blues artists played there in its heyday.
I'll never forget my only audience with the Queen of the Blues.
"When it comes to humility, I'm the greatest!" - Bullwinkle Moose
Jerry Moore , Thank you for all the wonderfull tapes .
Also Rest in Peace David Caradine , He was found in his hotel room in Thiland this morning.
no known cause as of yet . A wonderful actor will be sadly missed.
A kind soul referred me to this weblink, for more on Jerry Moore and his taping ability.
Like a steam locomotive, rolling down the track, he's gone.... & nuthin's gonna bring him back.
I'll always admire, and envy, Jerry for his incredible talent in obtaining good quality tape recordings of shows during the mid 70's. In particular, I really enjoy the tonal quality and microphone placement of the 10/1/76 Indianapolis show ( that I hitch-hiked to from Boulder).
Jerry paired-up w David Gans on Sirius XM to feature Jerry's live recordings. His story-telling is legendary and fun to hear. Maybe David Gans, or David Lemieux, can arrange for bits from the Sirius show to get some dead.net audio coverage? Check out the slow start to Bertha!!
Thanks for the post GRTUD. Spent many a night and many hot summer nights dancing away as she sang away on stage. Always a good time. Thank you Koko.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.