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Listen To Jerry Garcia Band Perform ‘Ain’t No Bread In The Breadbox’ At MSG Debut In 1991

While the Grateful Dead first played Madison Square Garden in New York City in 1979, the Jerry Garcia Band didn’t make their debut at the iconic venue until November 15, 1991. On June 25, an official recording of the JGB’s Garden premiere will be released via Round Records as GarciaLive Vol. 16. Jerry Garcia and company’s show included a take on Norton Buffalo’s “Ain’t No Bread in the Breadbox,” the latest preview track from the upcoming set.
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Rare Jerry Garcia digital art piece unveiled as NFT

Jerry Garcia Music Arts teams up with SuperRare and carbon-offset company Aerial in a historic first. Mission-based Jerry Garcia Music Arts has partnered with the fellow ecologically attuned Aerial platform to release a rare Jerry Garcia digital artwork, “Gift,” on the SuperRare platform. The piece will be available as a non-fungible token (NFT) on May 5th. Garcia’s “Gift” will be an authentic, one-of-a-kind piece.
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GarciaLive Vol. 16 features Jerry Garcia Band Debut at MSG

For Volume 16 of GarciaLive, the archival series looks back at the debut of Jerry Garcia Band at Madison Square Garden (MSG) on November 15, 1991. GarciaLive Volume 16 finds the world’s most recorded musician in the world’s most famous arena at the midway point in one of his longest and most celebrated solo tours. While Garcia was no stranger to MSG, November 15th marked the Jerry Garcia Band debut in the vaunted venue. Though just two months removed from the Grateful Dead’s sold-out 9-night residency at the Garden, the crowd’s eruption as the houselights dimmed revealed the immense excitement for Garcia’s return.
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JBG at MSG: GarciaLive Vol. 16 to Highlight Jerry Garcia Band’s Madison Square Garden Debut

For the newest edition of the GarciaLive series, Deadheads can feast their ears on the Jerry Garcia Band’s historic 11/15/91 outing at the legendary Madison Square Garden. “GarciaLive Volume 16 finds the world’s most recorded musician in the world’s most famous arena at the midway point in one of his longest and most celebrated solo tours,” reads an official description. “While Garcia was no stranger to Madison Square Garden, November 15th marked the Jerry Garcia Band’s debut in the vaulted venue. Though just two months removed from the Grateful Dead’s sold-out 9-night residency at the Garden, the crowd’s eruption as the houselights dimmed revealed the immense excitement for Garcia’s return. The buoyant set-opening “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” signaled the feeling was indeed mutual.”
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Officially Sanctioned ‘Jerry Garcia, Artist’ Documentary To Focus On 1987 Interview

A 1987 interview with Jerry Garcia will serve as the basis for an officially-licensed documentary entitled Jerry Garcia, Artist. Filmed at the Grateful Dead‘s Front Street Studio in San Rafael, CA by Academy Award-winning cinematographer Russell Carpenter, the film promises to deliver never-before-seen footage of the iconic guitarist reflecting on his lifetime of work and musical legacy.
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‘Jerry Garcia, Artist’ Documentary Announced

Jerry Garcia, Artist, a new documentary project from Jerry Garcia Music Arts and Malcolm Leo Productions, has just been announced. The film centers around a 1987 interview with Garcia, and also includes “never-before-seen footage of the private thoughts and reflections of Jerry Garcia,” according to a statement. The documentary captures...
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New Jerry Garcia documentary offers rare glimpse behind legend

Jerry Garcia Music Arts and Malcolm Leo Productions partner to produce a new feature-length documentary about Jerry Garcia with never-before-seen footage of the private thoughts and reflections of the man behind the legend. The immersive film experience focuses on the creative spirit of Garcia. Jerry Garcia, Artist is a documentary based on a 1987 interview directed by Leo and filmed at Front Street Studio in San Rafael, California, by the Academy Award-winning cinematographer Russell Carpenter. It features Garcia speaking in his own voice directly to his audience about his music and art. Garcia’s family is co-producing the documentary and has contributed visual art and music to the project. It includes a charitable component that will benefit the Jerry Garcia Foundation as well as a charity of the co-producer’s choice.
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New “Jerry Garcia, Artist” documentary offers rare glimpse of the man behind the legend

Co-producers Jerry Garcia Music Arts LLC with Malcolm Leo and Dean Loring Gelfand of Malcolm Leo Productions are set to release an immersive film experience that focuses on the creative spirit of Jerry Garcia. “Jerry Garcia, Artist” is a documentary based on a 1987 interview directed by Leo and filmed at Front Street Studio in San Rafael, California, by the Academy Award-winning cinematographer Russell Carpenter. It features Garcia speaking in his own voice directly to his audience about his music and art. Garcia’s family is coproducing the documentary and has contributed visual art and music to the project. The documentary includes a charitable component that will benefit the Jerry Garcia Foundation as well as a charity of the Co-producer’s choice.
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Keen Teams Up with the Jerry Garcia Family for Rainforest Benefit Concert on FANS

On April 22 – aka Earth Day – eco-conscious shoemaker Keen will team up with the Jerry Garcia family for a free rainforest benefit concert, streaming live on FANS. The lineup for the event will be announced in the coming weeks, but organizers promise a celebration of beautiful music, raising funds and awareness for Alaska’s Tongass National Forest, which is curretly under the threat of expanded logging.
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Deadicated: Howard Wales, A Previously Unpublished Interview (On Jerry Garcia, Jimi Hendrix and the Lost Live Tapes) and Mick Jagger on why Jimi Hendrix “went off the deep end”

Mick Jagger on why Jimi Hendrix «went off the deep end» and Deadicated: Howard Wales, A Previously Unpublished Interview (On Jerry Garcia, Jimi Hendrix and the Lost Live Tapes) Last News:. Musicology job with Centre for Innovation in Music Research, Production and Performance Communication University of Zhejiang, School of Music.
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Deadicated: Howard Wales, A Previously Unpublished Interview (On Jerry Garcia, Jimi Hendrix and the Lost Live Tapes)

Howard Wales live at Sweetwater (Robison Godlove); Back cover of Hooteroll. On Dec. 7, 2020, keyboard player Howard Wales passed away at age 77. Wales’ career began at 18 and included stints with an array of artists like James Brown, Lonnie Mack and The Four Tops. In addition, he toured and recorded as a member of the late-‘60s psychedelic blues act A.B. Skhy and released eight solo albums, starting with his dazzling debut, Rendezvous with the Sun.
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Janis Joplin once paid for a tombstone to be erected at the grave of her hero and Picture this: New San Francisco mural shows how Janis Joplin, Jerry Garcia would look in masks

Picture this: New San Francisco mural shows how Janis Joplin, Jerry Garcia would look in masks and Janis Joplin once paid for a tombstone to be erected at the grave of her hero. Last News:. Europe awaits regulator’s decision on AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clot threat. Google Will Invest $7...