See Garcia perform solo-acoustic versions of “Reuben and Cherise” and “Ripple” at the Capitol Theatre in April of 1982.
The raw emotion that Jerry released through his guitar took us all to special places not often found in this world.
“Cumberland Blues” taps into America’s unbreakable, working-class spirit.
In honor of Brent Mydland’s recent birthday – October 21st – here’s footage of The Grateful Dead performing on that special date in 1988.
Jerry Garcia slipped into a diabetic coma on July 8, 1986. It nearly killed him at the age of 43.
Hear three of The Dead’s finest performances of “Cosmic Charlie” – a song that plays an important role in the band’s evolutionary timeline.
Pigpen’s influence on The Grateful Dead’s early work helped create the band’s raw, unpolished sound and style.
Although 1995 was a poorly played year for The Dead, “Visions Of Johanna” was one of the consistent bright spots.