If you're coming to SF, you've got your Jerry Day at the Jerry Amphitheater, Grateful Dead Day at the Giants, and more. What's going on where you are?
wife-y won the Neil Young CD at Chicago pic a nic for knowing JG's b-day before you could finish the question. Happy Birthday to and pups.
Me n Pupper were born on August 1st as well....
My wife has a big birthday Saturday...yes she shares it with JG. While she is not a deadhead, she went to and had a blast July 4 in chicago....well, to keep the feeling going...she chose to see a mighty fine GD tribute band on her big birthday. I am shocked that is what she chose but I'm glad!
I signed up to volunteer with setup and breakdown at McLaren Park. Can't wait to see JGB with Melvin Seals!
It's still possible to get back issues of Golden Road from the source (Blair Jackson), at least most of them, but I could be wrong. I'll ask him. Otherwise, I'd do a search of ebay and see what the particular issues you have are going for these days. Note that people ask all kinds of insane prices and don't get them; look at what actually selling, or at least getting bids, to get an idea of the actual interest
EDIT: yes, says Blair: "I have a lot of the issues for sale, but not all of them. I charge $7
for the regular issues and $12 for the two annuals, postage included. Check
or M.O. only. They can inquire to me directly..."
Hi guys...I'm Charlie...last year I went to Oklahoma to visit some family and friends. We went to this estate sale and I bought a bunch of magazines old magazines with cool art on them...I recently went through them again and looked up The Golden Road...and found out it was Greatful Dead's Magazine...how cool right!? Some of the are from the early 80's in perfect condition with the original plastic wrappers. I have a question...how much would they be worth? If you have any information regarding the Magazines let me know... firstname.lastname@example.org and thanks again.
I am continuing to listen to all the grates...pulling out tunes I have not heard in awhile. Enjoying what Jerry left for all
>So special for us Euroheads, to reconnect and know that the spirit of what Garcia and the others created is still alive and well (if a little creaky in the bones these days).
Yup. Lot of that going on these days... Pretty nice.
Still recovering from two fantastic nights of Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band in London just before Jerry week. 24 years since Phil played in London, and there he was in a small club delighting a rare gathering of surviving UK deadheads and London based US folks. And we all got to celebrate when Grahame Lesh's engagement was announced on stage with champagne and roses. So special for us Euroheads, to reconnect and know that the spirit of what Garcia and the others created is still alive and well (if a little creaky in the bones these days).