Hey folks! Used to be a member here back in the late 90's but I'm back. Much has changed in my life since then like the addition of two wonderful children but my love for the Dead persists.
Hey Friends I am Sam Hunt And I am Newbie here...
Hey Marye and hopefully a lot of old friends. Been away from the site for a couple years but really excited to get back here again. Lookong forward to all the great stories and also trading some great shows.
I read once that the only way to be an official Dead Head is to sign up on the mailing list. Soooo *Honk Honk* you're a Dead Head! I really enjoy Pig Pen as well and you really nailed it by writing that "They weren't influenced by the British
invasion". So many shows and so much time. I hope that you are well and I see you when Furthur plays (but we can always hope that Billy and Mickey will join).
...but it would be cool if you submitted a scan for all of us to enjoy.
Hi i have a 1983 Grateful dead poster and i cant find any of them from this era i just want to know more about it. On the top it says wanted-live and a black and white picture of the whole band and underneath it, it says Grateful dead east coast tour - spring '83 i just want to know more about this poster. Anything would be helpful thanks
Welcome! make yourself at home here. I think you'll find everybody's pretty okay, regardless of immersion level...
I just wanted to say I don't consider myself at all a Dead Head,
but I always loved their music since I was twelve, and I am now 56.
My favorite album was their first, probably because of Pigpen's influence.
That album's eliction was not replicated in the Dead's later albums.
The fact to me is the Dead's first album is the best of all
Rock & Roll; any group! They weren't influenced by the British
I can listen to them at home, in concert, while I am straight up
or on the rocks!