New for the shop! I have 2 of these beautiful alpaca wool hoodies available. One in a size medium and one in a large. The one shown here is the medium. Perfect new condition, $60! Makes a Grate holiday gift! Shop link is in the bio, check out the listing for all the info. ❤️⚡️💙
Who's still electrified by that #DeadandCompany show in Philly? ⚡️⚡️⚡️ Here's another rare piece of #memorabilia from the #VintageDead vault ~
1992 #vintage#backstagepasses by Tony Reonegro,
complete puzzle for the March 16, 17, and 18 1992 Spring tour shows at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, PA
featuring Skeleton Benjamin Franklin holding the key to electricity.
We have a lot of love for The City of Brotherly Love. Our first show was '79 Philly and we went to college there too. Great shows happen in Philadelphia.
See bio and DM for inquiries. *SOLD* (others available)
Vintage Dead by #deadheads and for deadheads since '96. ⚡️🎶🎉
Available in my Etsy (link in bio)! Sterling Silver Sanskrit Style Grateful Dead Spinner Ring - the middle part with the lettering goes around and around! Available in 3 sizes. Check out the Grateful Dead section to find them easily. $60.
I awoke in unfamiliar surroundings, a sense of dread pervading my fragile, sleep addled self. Somebody, or something, was watching me. My pulse quickened as I tentatively opened my eyes........ You’ll never believe it, it’s only bloody Jerry Garcia, just casually hanging out in my crib. Nice one Jerry, I was certainly grateful it was you #JonesJokes ™️ #tsptr#thegratefuldead
The Grateful Dead - Anthem Of The Sun (1968)
The second Dead album is a hybrid live/studio album. This seems to be their most psychedelic album and is the most experimental. I find it harder to love than their first album and the few after it, but still it is a super cool psychedelic album. Seems to be the album that came closest to replicating the sound of their live shows.
While every project I work on with @jayblakesberg is an amazing opportunity, this one definitely takes the cake. Extremely humbled and honored to have been art director/designer for the Grateful Dead photography book, Eyes of the World. So proud of the final product ❤️ This one of a kind book brings together, for the first time, a comprehensive collection of photographs spanning the bands 30 year career. Also, humbled by the fact that I got to work with photographs from such legendary photographers in the music industry... Annie Leibovitz, Jim Marshal, Baron Wolman, David Gahr, Mark Seliger, Michel Putland, Peter Simon, (Jay Blakesberg of course) and many more. Special thanks to Jay and Josh Baron (co-editors of the book) and of course the Grateful Dead for making all our lives a little more magical ⚡️⚡️⚡️Order your copy here before it’s gone! www.eyesoftheworldbook.com
I love everything going on in this short clip. Hendrix, Jagger, Garcia, etc. all in the same place. Not sure why the video is stretched like this on instagram... check out the full video on YouTube. Jerry is so chill about everything too lol
Revisiting this RSD press of a very young Grateful Dead playing to a nearly empty room. The lack of applause at the end of each song is laughable for the Dead, and shows how truly new they were to the music scene. This performance was a year before this studio debut. Not their best stuff obviously, but still great music! Surprisingly good audio for the time too.