The Music Never Stopped - Jerry Garcia memorial


On August 9, 1995, Jerry Garcia died of heart failure at age 53.  Known primarily as the lead singer and guitarist of the Grateful Dead, he also had a distinguished solo career, playing everything from bluegrass and folk songs to fusion jazz.

Saturday August 6th 2005 from 9pm to midnight, we paid tribute to this counter-culture icon.  The "Listen" link above will let you to stream this special and listen on your computer.  NOTE: some content had to be edited out for the website version, due to rights issues. 

 
Saturday, August 06, 2005

Play List

9:00p
9:04p
Grateful Dead: Eyes of the World - from 11/11/73, WInterland
9:17p
Grateful Dead: China Doll - from 11/11/73, WInterland
9:23p
Jerry Garcia Band: Stop That Train - from 5/22/89
9:34p
Grateful Dead: Morning Dew - from 9/18/87, Madison Square Garden
9:45p
Grateful Dead: St. Stephen - from 5/6/70, MIT
9:55p
Grateful Dead: Not Fade Away - from 5/6/70, MIT
10:00p
10:05p
Grateful Dead: Sugaree - from 10/16/77, LSU
10:22p
Jerry Garcia & David Grisman: Friend Of The Devil ; Label: Acoustic Disc FindBUY
10:31p
Grateful Dead: Althea - from 10/27/91, Oakland Coliseum FindBUY
10:38p
Grateful Dead: Jam - from 6/26/74, Providence, RI
10:41p
Grateful Dead: China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider - from 6/26/74, Providence, RI
11:00p
11:00p
Jerry Garcia Band: Let's Spend the Night Together ; Label: Arista FindBUY
11:13p
Grateful Dead: Dark Star ; Label: Arista FindBUY
11:24p
Grateful Dead: Playin' in the Band - from 7/2/88, Oxford ME
11:34p
Grateful Dead: Uncle John's Band - from 7/2/88, Oxford ME
11:42p
Grateful Dead: Terrapin Station - from 7/2/88, Oxford ME
11:55p
Jerry Garcia & David Grisman: Ripple - from 8/25/91, Squaw Valley, CA

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