Jerry Garcia (1942-1995) created an unparalleled legacy across the American landscape, most notably in his role as a founding member, singer, songwriter and lead guitarist of the Grateful Dead. Garcia’s unmistakable guitar tone enchanted multitudes of “Deadheads” throughout the band’s 30-year career and beyond. His work with the Jerry Garcia Band, Old and in the Way, Legion of Mary, Garcia/Grisman, and projects with Merl Saunders, only scratch at the surface of his musical influences, as he set out to master the Great American Songbook. Unequivocally devoted to the craft of music, Garcia continues to inspire future generations through the body of work he has left behind and his creative spirit.
THE JERRY GARCIA BAND FEATURED ON NEW GARCIALIVE VOLUME EIGHT RECORDED NOVEMBER 23, 1991 AT THE BRADLEY CENTER IN MILWAUKEE, WI
TWO-DISC SET IS THE FIRST IN A YEAR LONG SERIES OF PLANNED RELEASES AND EVENTS TO CELEBRATE GARCIA 75th BIRTHDAY Nashville, TN – On March 10, Round Records & ATO Records…Read More
EARLIEST STUDIO RECORDINGS OF JERRY GARCIA TO BE RELEASED FOR THE FIRST TIME WITH THE HART VALLEY DRIFTERS ALBUM FOLK TIME ON NOVEMBER 11
For the first time, the earliest known studio recording by Jerry Garcia will be released on November 11 through Round Records/ATO Records. In 1962, Garcia and his folk/bluegrass quintet The…Read More