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    marye
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    Since the original topic now has hundreds of introductions and is getting a bit hard to navigate, this seems as good a time as any to launch a new one. The original is here, should you wish to catch up on the who's who since this opened up in May. If you haven't introduced yourself yet, please do! And if you already have, but have something new to tell us about you and your life, speak up! (A bit of housekeeping business so we don't have to repost everything we posted before--izzie and I are the moderators here, and for our more extensive intros see the original topic.) Thanks and welcome!

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  • November 15, 2019 - 4:02pm
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    Hi

    Hi,I grew up in a southern town too. Mechanicsville Virginia. About 20 minutes from Richmond Virginia. I graduated high school in 94 and saw the dead on 10-9-94. It was crazy seeing jerry and Phil and everyone. So fun. The only thing I have seen from them since was in 1999 I saw Phil and friends at the mosque in Richmond. They played strawberry fields forever. And a lot of dead. It was great. Now I am living in cocoa Florida and am a professional illustrator. Just wanted to say hi.

  • September 29, 2019 - 6:48pm
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    Hi!

    Hey everyone! New to the Dead here with a recent mind blowing revelation of how great this band truly is. I watched the amazon special and now exploring on Tidal a lot of there stuff. I grew up listening to best hits but could never get into their other stuff. Fast forward 25 years and with regular mj use the dead is really opening my mind. This looks like a great site to learn about this epic band !

  • January 14, 2019 - 3:46pm
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    Hi everyone

    Hi. I'm Eirik, originally from Sweden but now living in the US.

    Been a deadhead for almost 25 years. My dad would play vinyl's of their classics and it didn't take me long to pick up on it. Really love the design of this site and looking forward to contribute more. I see that the introduction section has been "dead" for a while, but I'll still give it a go. As for my private life I'm married with 2 kids, and work as a database programmer. I also run my own personal economics blog - https://www.refinansiere.net/. Might have to add another section on the GD soon though :)

  • June 29, 2015 - 7:56pm
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    I is gonna try put words on
    I is gonna try put words on magic screen to make friends and have all kinds of fun.
  • June 29, 2015 - 7:54pm
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    Let's see if I can get this
    Let's see if I can get this up here hey y'all what's swingin?!
  • October 5, 2013 - 9:58pm
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    Thanks for the welcome!
    PonchoBillThe jury is probably still out on whether I'm ok or not. It was certainly weird being that young, and having no guide for my first trip. I guess that's why I used to try to help first timers at some of the later shows I attended. Anna My ex-spouse was a non Head. It did not work because she aspires to have lots of possessions. I just want good music, and a space to get my head right. That's all I need. And... I am looking for a little community. Solitary Dead Head where I live.
  • October 5, 2013 - 12:10pm
    marye
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    the mixed-marriage thread
    They Love Each Other, But...
  • October 5, 2013 - 11:50am
    Anna rRxia
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    Welcome Hockey John!
    I have enjoyed your posts and wish you and your son the best. Was your spouse a deadhead? I'm betting not. My spouse and I aren't, and though we make it work, there is a substantial piece missing, fairly important. There is a whole thread devoted to that on this website (I forget the name at the moment). We hope you stick around and find some community. We're all changing leaves on the tree...
  • October 5, 2013 - 10:33am
    PonchoBill
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    Holy smokes, Johnny
    Dosed at 12 years old. I'm happy you're experience turned out o.k.
  • September 29, 2013 - 10:45am
    marye
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    hey, welcome
    so glad you made it here.
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Since the original topic now has hundreds of introductions and is getting a bit hard to navigate, this seems as good a time as any to launch a new one. The original is here, should you wish to catch up on the who's who since this opened up in May. If you haven't introduced yourself yet, please do! And if you already have, but have something new to tell us about you and your life, speak up! (A bit of housekeeping business so we don't have to repost everything we posted before--izzie and I are the moderators here, and for our more extensive intros see the original topic.) Thanks and welcome!
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The Terrapin Station is excellent, from 1990; Grateful Dead Movie Soundtrack from 1974; Family Dog from 1970, Deadnet Digital download; Nightfall of Diamonds,side 2,1989; Ladies and Gentlemen 1971; One from the Vault 1975; Winterland Box set 1973; Rocking the Cradle Egypt 1978; Dicks Picks 26 1973; 22 1968; and the classic of all classics Live Dead.There too many to mention, but these are some places to start! Happy listening, but beware this music will seep into your body and soul and will change the cell structure of your mind........in a good way! peace,pk
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Thanks for the suggestions! I'll be putting some of that on my Christmas wish list :)
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John Ferrigno - Here are some of my favorites of the official stuff, I included some studio albums. I really like the 1st record, young energy and the Morning Dew and Viola Lee Blues - though some may disagree on this one. A must have is Anthem of the Sun - very experimental and of course - Live/Dead - one of the best live records ever with Dark Star, St. Stephen, The Eleven and Lovelight. A switch in direction were the more country and folk influenced American Beauty and Workingman's Dead - classic songwriting. Also Skull and Roses has some rockin songs and Europe 72 is a must have. As for live discs Dick's Pick's #4 is essential. I could go on but that is a start. After all of these or even before you need to find a copy of Cornell, May 8 1977 and Sunshine Daydream -Creamery benefit August 27, 1972 - incredible live shows that you can get download from archive.org. If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. William Blake
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Hi everyone. My name is Zack and I live in Western Mass. I'm not new to the site, but I'm a new member. I look forward to meeting you all and having great discussions. Take care.
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Hi John. Everyone has offered you some great suggestions, but getting the SO MANY ROADS box set is perfect for someone who wants to hear a sampling of the music from The Warlocks to Soldier Field without spending a fortune. It's hard to find, but worth the effort!Have A Grateful Day!
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Hi! I am Larree. About to turn 51. A SoCal Deadhead from Lost Angeles, CA. I play guitar and write songs. Right now I'm just kind of hanging out. Glad to be here! What a long strange trip it's been! Peace! Larree http://larree.ws
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grate to see ya, love your avatar... good sense of humor for one so young! come on in and hang here, so much to see, stories songs and toys and fun for girls and boys, oh wait thats the funny company! anyways, welcome and peace back atcha!tc
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Welcome!! Have fun!!Your avatar freaks me out! Peace,Gigi
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Zack & Larree ~ Have a real good time & be sure to check out the Vineyard :) PEACE What IS that avatar btw ?
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Hello, my name is Chevis and over the summer of 2008 I had the opportunity to work with photographer Peter Simon, brother to Carly Simon. A personal friend of Jerry's, he took some amazing and rare band photos, along with many other great musicians. I was enticed by his work and think that all deadheads looking for great photos should check out his archives at www.petersimon.com . You won't be disappointed! Chevis Young
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I have been lurking around for a little while so I ought to say hello. I am a product of southern Illinois and I work for a large printing company. I make the plates used on the printing presses on the graveyard shift. My home internet sucks(dialup) so I occasionally peek in on the website at work. I have two daughters 16 and 11 and a 1 yr. old son. I do not get out too often to see bands anymore but I still feel like a deadhead. Most people around here do not get it. I forgot how much fun I had until I started reminiscing around the site. The ten or so shows I saw were outstanding moments in my life and I regret that I could not embrace the whole traveling tour thing but my personal life and obligations held me back. Maybe I was too scared to commit to that lifestyle? Anyway the "escape from reality" short trips were some of the best times of my life. If anyone used to run with the UNCLE JOHNS BAND scene in carbondale,IL I was there from 84-90 plus. Good times as well. That was about as close to a dead show as you could get around here unless you went to St. Louis to see JAKE'S LEG. We did have Jake's Leg at a party in Makanda once but the rain cut their set short. If you were there drop me a line. So hello to all and read my submissions at poets corner. If you like them maybe I will have the confidence to post more.
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Hey. Im Tyson. Never been to a Dead show, considering Im kinda young.Just thought Id say hi so Hi. Bye
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Hello all you fatastic heady folks you! Glad to be here and hope everyone is doing wonderful!!Ocean Seas ALL!!=) =) ;)
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to all you new folks! Make yourselves at home!
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Hello friends! My name is Mick Flaire, and I am a Deadhead. I consider myself as having been a member of the Grateful Dead family since January 14th 1967, the day I stumbled upon them playing at the far end of the Polo Fields in Golden Gate Park as a twelve year old attending the Human Be-in. That fateful day changed my life forever! My main connection to the Grateful Dead is that I supervised the BGP overnight security crew (Bluecoats) that guarded the band’s gear onstage as well as the entire venues in between multiple shows for over 12 years, from August 4th, 1979 (Oakland Auditorium), until February 22nd, 1992 (Oakland Coliseum Arena). We also traveled with the band outside of Northern California on many occasions during those years. In 1987 alone, on the heels of the highly successful “In The Dark” album, we went to Irvine Meadows in Irvine, CA (4/17-19), the County Fairgrounds in Ventura, CA (6/12-14), Autzen Stadium in Eugene, OR (7/19), Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim, CA (7/26), & the Town Park in Telluride, CO (8/15 & 8/16) for the Harmonic Convergence. The shows that we did locally in ’87 included the Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, CA(1/28-30), the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center in Oakland, CA(3/1-3), the Frost Amphitheater in Stanford, CA(5/2 & 5/3), the Laguna Seca Recreation Area in Monterey, CA (5/9 & 5/10), the Greek Theater in Berkeley CA (6/19-21), the Oakland Coliseum Stadium in Oakland, CA (7/24), the Calaveras County Fairgrounds in Angels Camp, CA (8/22 & 8/23), the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA (10/2-4), the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center in Oakland, CA (11/6-8) and then finally ending the year with 4 shows at the Oakland Coliseum Arena in Oakland, CA (12/27, 28, 30, 31) to end the year. I’m quite sure many of you attended a lot of those shows, if not all of them, lol. A little over a year later my current band Dog Beaver (www.myspace.com/dogbeaver) was conceived along with my co-founder Kenny Briggs, in the empty Grateful Dead production office at the Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium on February 5th, 1989 just 8 hours before they were to load in to start their 3 day run to celebrate Chinese New Years. We will be celebrating our 20 year Anniversary together as a band with yet another performance in the Poster Room Lounge at The Fillmore in San Francisco, where we’ve been playing once a month since it re-opened in 1994, giving us the distinction of having played in that building more times than any other artist in the history of that venue! Ironically enough the last time we played in the Poster Room Lounge on October 3rd, the headliner on the main stage of The Fillmore was none other than the Dark Star Orchestra, recreating the Frost Amphitheater show from May 2nd, 1987, a show in which Kenny Briggs and I did the overnight security shift for! Exactly 19 years to the day of that Frost Amphitheater show, on May 2nd 1969 I attended my first Bill Graham produced Grateful Dead show, at the Winterland Arena, with The Jefferson Airplane headlining, and latin percussion great Mongo Santamaria as the opener. That was the beginning of many, many Dead shows that I would attend over the next 26 years. The following year, in 1970 as a 15 year old junior at Balboa High School in San Francisco, I was a founding member of the Grateful Dead-influenced band Beluga Whale. Just days after the band had released "Workingman's Dead", we went back to our bass player Don’s basement on 16th Avenue and Lincoln, and proceeded to learn “Uncle John’s Band” & “Casey Jones”, to go along with “Good Lovin’”, “Turn on Your Lovelight”, “St. Stephen”, “Good Morning Little School Girl”, and “Johnny B. Goode”, which we’d already been playing for a few months. I have loved the Grateful Dead’s music for more than 41 years now, and that line from “Truckin’” couldn’t be truer in my case… “What a long strange trip it’s been!” Some of my most cherished memories are the countless times that I heard my boss & mentor Bill Graham put the band on stage with this time honored introduction… “they’re not the best at what they do, they’re the only ones that do what they do… would you please welcome, the Grateful Dead!” Cheers! Mick
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Not that we've officially met, but let me just say to all these folks, Dog Beaver is GREAT. And of course bluecoats always did rule. Say hi to Tom Pinatelli, guitarist extraordinaire...
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Nice to meet you!! And your right .... “What a long strange trip it’s been!” Peace,Gigi
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boy, does that take me back. I interviewed those guys for BAM in the early '80s.
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In May 2007 we went to our first Schwagstock. We absolutely fell in love with Camp Zoe and The Schwag. We started dreaming about vending and touring concert festivals including all of the Schwagstocks...Nothing but pipe dreams we thought at the time. We came back for two more Schwagstocks in '07, and it became harder to leave every time. In November of '07 after a lay-off, and a foreclosure, we threw all caution to the wind and liquidated our '95 Mazda RX7, bought a converted Skoolie, and started doing tie-dye. Virgil already knew the basics, and toghether we're learning and experimenting with every batch. On New Year's Eve '07/'08 we vended our first concert/camping venue at Skunkape Farm in Everglades City, FL, with Crazy Fingers. We had a blast and sold almost half of the inventory we had come with. We were stoked and now really felt that this might work after all. We vended two more small events in the South Florida area, the 10th Annual Medical Marijuana Rally in Miami, FL, and the Open Grass Music & Arts Festival in Lake Worth, FL. Inbetween we would set up on the side of the road about once a week to sell a few dollars worth of tie-dye, and then buy more white stuff to dye. We did this all to get ready for our big adventure of road-trippin-tie-dye-sellin'-hippies. First stop, the Wanee Festival in Live Oak, FL!...ok, maybe the third stop if you count our breakdowns. 'Gherkin?' our Skoolie has some mechanical issues, but she's very cozy on the inside. We made it to the Wanee Festival rollin' in on fumes, but had a GREAT couple of days and made enough money to pay for the next couple of break-downs, and the $1100 in gas it took to make it to Camp Zoe four days later, just in time for SpringJam 4. We've vended every Schwagstock this year, and have also been fortunate enough to tie-dye some Schwag Merchandise for the band. We have lived this year on very little money, alot of hard work (but we've both worked alot harder for alot less), have met the most beautiful and kind people, and have had the best time of our lives. DREAMS DO COME TRUE :-) We really LOVE making dyes...concerts...camping...concerts w/camping are best...we Love to travel (in da bus)...Love meeting Kind people...Love the Schwag...Love Camp ZOE...but most of all "WE LOVE OUR CHILDREN and "WE LOVE EACHOTHER"... and don't forget that ZOE = life and life at ZOE = HEAVEN ON EARTH!!!... Peace, Love & Happiness, Virgil & Marina Buy a Dye...Feed a Hippie www.feedahippie.com
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I went to all the schwagstocks summer 06. couldn't make any since I'm out of the country right now. But will be back in MO this spring. Plan on schwagging my tail. I had great fun there camp zoe is awsome. Cold springs to refresh in great atmosphere. I hung out with Dan the Mead man and Tim and AJ who do the mind machine, sound familiar. anyway hope to see you guys this spring and summer. I usually wear this nice tophat with feathers and guatamalen vest. if you see me say hi. I'll be looking for the bus. As I remember there weren't that many if any buses there really. anyway welcome to dead.net
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hey, just steppin' into the room here, might just poke around for now, get acclimated, if that's ok. saw jerry every year from 74 - 95 and I've been playing that long. I still try not to think about jerry being gone... got a beautiful Tiger guitar, built by chris michas in colorado (straight shooter): http://www.michasguitar.com/Gallery/Terrys%20Guitar/Terrys%20Guitar.htm been hanging at rukind.org and posting semi-Jerry instructional vids on youtube, gentle strategies for intermediate players who want to ease into the next level: http://www.youtube.com/user/trking8 seeing derek trucks this weekend in Harrisburg PA at the whittaker center - - exquisite venue. that's about it for now. thanks for the positive environment here. peace out, terry
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I got on the bus in the post-In the Dark wave of the late 80's, and right until the end. 52 of the best days and nights of my life. Of course, since Uncle J. died, other things have taken over my life, but being a Deadhead is in my blood. Last night I had the BEST dream of an amazing show, and it got me all nostalgic. So I thought I'd come by here and see who's hanging around. I would love to get to know some kind folks of a like mind again! Peace, Love, etc. ~ Chick aka H.A. Fowler "She had rings on her fingers and bells on her shoes. And I knew without asking she was into the blues."
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Hey everyone my name is Jordan and I'm new here, how is everyoens day going?
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you'll fit in just fine jrbassman712... judging by your spelling : ) , so you like fishing huh!
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Something subliminal going on here grdaed....very strange indeed! It may just be the skeletons key.
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...if I posted here or not! I'm Larree. I'm a musician. writer, actor, and lifelong DEADHEAD! This site rocks, and I hope to see the boards get more active here. Larree.ws
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glad to see you in these parts. Make yourselves at home!
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Hi marye,Not sure if i got to you already but just wanted to say "hello" and thanks for the welcome! Got on this ride yesterday and so far it's been great. Still finding my way around but it's easier than i thought it would be. i enjoy the chat room especially,so far-been corresponding with some very kind folks. Hope to learn how to do some trading and get/give some killer shows. Well,that's it for now. Thanks a bunch! matthewstephen
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Thanks for the welcome! And for the chat too. Glad you had a good time at DSO- they're a great band. Saw them only twice,first back in May-they played the show from 11/1/73-nice and long. Second time was last Friday(after Thanksgiving) and they did a fine,rockin' rendition of 7/7/78 Red Rocks with a double encore and a bonus song-How Sweet It Is-and it WAS sweet!. The highlights for me was the Scarlet>Fire>Dancin', and the fact that Donna was there. oh,yeah-i had a front row spot too!!! Will talk to u soon in the chatroom. See ya...
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...to say hello! I'm in the UK and discovered the 'Dead about the time of "Dylan and the Dead" - so late '80s I suppose. Music that says something to everyone if they'll only listen! Never got to see them but will try next time any of the incarnations are over here. I'm a vice principal of a high school and teach science but still find time to introduce our students to real music - its amazing how many of them listen and enjoy! Great that this site exists and I'll be back often. Peace
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New to the site, but not to the Dead. I started enjoying their music in '74 when college roommates turned me on to them. Saw Saunders & Garcia at CW Post in the fall of '74 before seeing the Dead. After that, I got into their music big time. I particularly like the early stuff through the early '80's. Most of the shows I attended (that I can remember) were in the late '70's. I was lucky enough to have been present at the mind-blowing-altering show at Barton Hall. More about that later. Just wanted to say hi and I'm looking forward to sharing more stories, and reading about yours, as we continue this long strange trip! Bob
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just wanted to say "hello" Bob and welcome! True nobility comes not from being better than others But from being better than you used to be Give the world the best that you have and the best will come back to you
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This is an awesome site. Not really computer wise but am enjoying looking around and discovering. My first show was at Alpine Valley in 84. Wow, I just figured out that I was eighteen at the time. It's been interesting trying to remember all the shows I went to after that and there were a lot! Great times, awesome people and cool places to have seen, not to mention the incredible music that has inspired me in so many ways. Well life has taken one of those turns . . . I should be filling out the bankruptcy papers waiting for me on the desk but have decided to avoid them for awhile longer and figure out how to post here instead. Marriage to a non dead head and life in suburbia what was I thinking? Tried to get my man to the Rat Dog show at Red Rocks this year so he could see but he couldn't make it. I went anyway and had a very cool time. First show I've been to in probably ten years. Got to 'hang' with my old brotherfriends J. & R. meet new friends and hear real live music - thanks Bobby! - it did wonders for my spirit. I have a fabulous eight year old daughter who is the light of my life. She has just discovered a talent for playing guitar. Do you think that all that Jerry and the good ol GD she heard while driving in the car with her mom had anything to do with it?? Thanks for providing me a happy place to escape! Grateful to be here.
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and so sorry about all the hard times falling on so many of us these days. Here's to big change for the better.
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And Welcome all new heads!!
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Hey now from Austin Texas (good shows from the boyz at Manor Downs!)A friend Railroad Bill was playing "Bob Fried Memorial Boogie" on his radio show in Baton Rouge yesterday and emailed asking if anyone new how Bob Fried died? I can't seem to glean any info off the web so was hoping that some folks on the west coast might remember anything (besides passing away in San Mateo in 1974?). Any help would be greatly appreciated! Jim
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my name is ryan...im originally from portland, OR. (p-town!!!!) but am now in sub-zero minnesota. never got a chance to see the Dead although my parents have seen then multiple times in Eugene and the pacific northwest. im 16, and although i wish i could see the Dead, i still think there is great music still around today (moe., STS9, i guess Phish since there back, and others)...hmmmm what else..... anyways...peace
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I'm 34 years old and live in Tennessee. I'm not "new" to the Grateful Dead (several years ago I bought one of their CDs and I still enjoy it) but I've gained a new appreciation for them after finding the Grateful Dead channel on XM radio. I love their laid back style (I appreciate that more and more the older I get) and their gentle nature. I love just about any kind of music that shows talent and creativity. Some of my favorite performers are Neil Young, Frank Zappa, Roger Miller and Jerry Reed, just to name a few. I'm not musically gifted but I took guitar lessons as a teenager and I would like to start playing again one day, if I ever have the leisure to do so. I'm a registered nurse and I'm working on becoming a nurse practitioner. I currently work in a nursing home (I love old people, and the dementia patients are the most fun to be around!) I love simple country living and am trying to find ways to integrate this into my hectic life. The more hectic life gets the more I want to simplify it. I have not met many friends in life. I've met a lot of users but only one or two people I could really call a friend. I'm not needy, far from it, I just would like to begin associating with a different calibre of people than most of the ones around where I live. I'd also like to raise my children (I have four) to appreciate the simple life. I realize I'm just rambling away here...anyway, I'm glad to be here.
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" Ramble on Baby, Settle Down Easy'... If there's a site for rambling This is the One :) PEACE
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first show: 4-04-85 last show: 6-25-95 most recent show: 10-01-08 HAVE A GRATEFUL DAY!
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I've been a fan of the dead since 9th grade, 4 years ago. Since then I've blossomed into a full fledged dead head. I've been meaning to join this forum for a while, but I guess I'm just getting around to it. Because I'm only 19, I've never been to a single dead show unfortunately. I'm a psychology major at the university of Cincinnati.
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Hey now, Pot Dead Head you should go check out a Dark Star Orchestra show!!This GD cover band will blow you away!! They do complete GD shows and sound... well just go to a show!! Enjoy! Peace,Gigi
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hey, just wanted to say hello to all on this board. my name is jonathan & i'm new to the site, obviously. Just started getting into the Dead, but better late than never, right?
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Please make your selfs at home .. check out the vineyard , lots of really wonderfull music .. Welcome abaord !!