Now we're talking.
This is George Somerville or Summersville or something like that from RFK shows in the 90's. Sorry we lost touch. Drop me a line at email@example.com if you happen to stumble across this, please.
I'm trying to get in touch with a beautiful young Deadhead girl, named Cheleese, with whom I did not have nearly enough time to talk. We met at the Dollar General Store in Pearcy, Arkansas.
If anyone knows her by golly, let her know that I could not hear her e-mail contact info that she shouted out to me, as it was too loud in the store! I NEED A MIRACLE!
You stole my brand new Dead shirt I just bought and pulled through my belt loop while I was in line at the gate at Alpine Valley in '85.
I felt a tug, turned around and you were long gone.
So not cool!
Bosco Boots - That is a lot of baggage to be carrying around for 34 years! Hope your shirt turns up!
i was walking to the lodge singing "It Must Have Been The Roses" April 10 or 11, 2015. When i got to
the line "all i know is i could not leave her there", you said, "that's my favorite line in that song and a good voice".
i wish i would have got your info but, i was late to start a rim to rim hike. darn it. you, pretty lady, cross my
mind of regrets from time to time. perhaps it wasn't meant to be or, perhaps you are my destiny!!
Hi there, I'm interested in doing a project about the long, lost 2/6/79 Tulsa show. Anybody out there attend that one? I'd love to chat with you and get your story. Shoot me a DM if this is you. Thanks so much!
Currently I am working on my MA degree thesis project which concerns with the counterculture(s) of the 60s and 70s. If possible, I would like to interview and ask couple questions to some DeadHeads who were young back in 60s and 70s and been to Dead shows. If you are interested please reach me out! And if you prefer, you can remain as anonymous. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
All the best!
I am looking for the poster artist Michael Everett. Does anyone have contact information? Thanks!
Looking for Dave Roberts initially from Connecticut.
Any women with the same birthday as me and Jerry ? August 1
I'm making a documentary for a grad school project, and I need as many opinions from attendees as I can possibly get!
I'd love to interview you--in person, if you're in Virginia (where I am).
Let me know. My email is email@example.com. Thanks!
Cardboard sign reads: BOYFRIEND WANTED
49 never married, optimistic, honest, and lighthearted female. No kids, std-free, pretty cute, I like to cook and eat. Never hard drugs, pescatarian, and animal lover. Currently interested in hiking wilderness areas or long trails, camping, biking, anything outdoors. No drainbows or drama. Also just looking for one great companion, I don’t believe in romance hooey. All good things in all good time. https://imgur.com/a/zy4jSqV
Anyone know Ripper? Or his whereabouts? I'm an old friend from the early 90's who's looking to reconnect w/ Ripper. I grew up in NY and moved to San Francisco in 1991 with another Deadhead buddy. I met Ripper one morning laying in the bed of his Toyota pickup in the campgrounds at the Eugene shows. I was stumbling around one early morning after the show and started jawing w/ him. He asked me if I wanted a Guinness? It was about 8am. That was the beginning a wild fucking day and a long friendship. We partied the rest of that weekend and probably met back up when we returned to the Bay Area. From there he said, Let's drive to the shows in Vegas. Hell yeah! It was most likely early 1994. When that West Coast run ended he said, Let's drive cross country and go to the big Woodstock 94' concert. Hell yeah! We we're on a roll and having a blast. And by this time we had a big crew of people that we're hanging w/ us and seeing shows. So we drove up through Idaho and tripped out w/ some wild people, crossed the country and saw GD shows at The Palace in Michigan. Finally got to NY. We posted up on my folks porch and partied for days. My Mom loved Ripper. We gave her a pot plant that was in car. Somehow we managed to keep it alive and watered it while driving cross country. We did all the Giants Stadium shows. Then Ripper went up to Mass to meet his buddies, I stayed in NY and we both went to Woodstock 94' with our friends. Then we met back up in the Bay area later in early Fall. And we hung out all through the mid 90's. I would run into Ripper in San Rafael. Sitting outside New George's. And I once put an add on Craigslist asking if anyone knew where Ripper was? Someone replied that he went back to Mass. and he's involved in a big Grateful Dead fan club or something. Well, I've been out in CA for 30 years and I'm moving back to NY. It's been a good run out here but I need to get back to my roots. And I need to find Ripper so I can pick up where we left off. Or maybe a mellower version of that. Maybe you know him from the Bay Area? Maybe you know him from the Mass. Deadhead scene. Tell him Frankie from NY is looking for him. He'll know. He can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Ciao...
Hi all, I am latin percussionist and Lifelong Deadhead. I am planning to launch an equity crowdfund for a Latin Jazz Grateful Dead Tribute project called "The Latin Dead" but first reaching out to the Dead community in case there was some interested investors looking to take the ride and help us thrive! I have a detailed business plan I can provide for any serious inquiries. Please feel free to message me directly here or via email at... email@example.com
I’m looking for this brother Isaac from the Bronx and Johnathon and Moonflower from NY. Last I saw Isaac he was with me in Oakland 11-11-94 JGB after I went to Santa Cruz and he went to Eugene.. I miss my brother need to find him..
guess its too late now...
I'm looking for My old bro "Hippie Jay" King. Last spoke with him on the phone in 11/2005. He was always one of my best friends and I would love to connect with him. Please find a way to make contact Jay. I still think about you all the time Bro. I even still have some old cassettes of you and I jamming with Sean.
Im looking for Sandy Ritt, my dear friend from Isla Vista days, who introduced me to "Against the Stage, front and center" at Winterland, and Berkeley Keystone, while frying. Lost track, late 1980s, married a guy named Robert Mateo, used to live in Berkeley
She was the one and I let her slip away......
This is a little different than what's usually put here, but I'm looking for bluegrass musicians or people knowledgeable about bluegrass who would be willing to do a quick interview via zoom. I'm a student working on a project talking specifically about the banjo but also about bluegrass music generally, and as part of it I'm conducting a bunch of interviews with musicians, instrument builders, professors, and music lovers. The end product is gonna be a multimedia thing that will include some video stuff, some written stuff, some photography stuff, and maybe some other stuff who knows. If you'd be interested in doing an interview, know someone who would be interested, or have anything else you wanna tell/ask me about please feel free to PM me or comment on this
Hoping to find my buddy an original 1980 Alaska poster for a wedding gift. It will be undoubtedly cherished by its new owner, and I'm willing to pay a pretty penny. Thanks!
Love your sign. Who knows, maybe we can make it work. Stranger things have occurred between DeadHeads.
I'm 50 (feel 30, look 40 - haha). Been coast to coast getting chased by The Dead (during the Jerry days). From New York.
Hi friends! Can’t wait for dead and co tour 2022!