Grateful Dead 365

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Abrams, Sep 1, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 744 pages
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In 1965, the Grateful Dead came to life in the heart of San Francisco’s hippie counterculture. Founding members Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, Phil Lesh, and Bill Kreutzmann (and soon after, Mickey Hart) created a unique blend of improvisational rock, folk, blues, and psychedelia, and the Dead went on to become one of the greatest jam bands of all time, releasing more than ten studio albums and touring constantly for legions of Deadheads.


In Grateful Dead 365, five decades of intimate portraits, candid backstage shots, and colorful performance images take readers on the band’s remarkable journey from the mid-sixties to the twenty-first century. Accompanied by the band’s distinctive graphics, these photographs capture memorable moments, including the band’s trip to the Great Pyramid of Egypt; scenes with colorful, trippy Deadheads; and tributes to Garcia. Written by award-winning music writer, Holly George-Warren, Grateful Dead 365 celebrates the evolution of one of the world’s most beloved bands.

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Holly George-Warren is an award-winning writer, editor, producer, and music consultant. She is the coeditor of The Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll and the author of Public Cowboy No. 1: The Life and Times of Gene Autry, as well as Abrams’ How the West Was Worn and Punk 365. She lives in upstate New York.