Phil LeshJoin legendary Grateful Dead bass player Phil Lesh for an intimate look behind the scenes of one of America's greatest bands.
Phil shares the band's amazing journey to acclaim including all the provocative details that only an insider would know. Learn never-before-revealed secrets about San Francisco's Summer of Love. And hear his saucy account of what really went on behind the scenes at Woodstock, Monterey Pop, Altamont and the Pyramids.
Part legend, part folklore, the Grateful Dead defined a one-of-a kind music genre with their eclectic mix of jazz, country, blues, bluegrass, rock and folk. Phil explains what it was like to work with bandmates Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, Mickey Hart and of course, the memorable founder Jerry Garcia.
Touring for throngs of charismatic "DeadHeads" was the Dead's hallmark. But the night–after–night, city–after–city touring rituals took their toll on the band. Hear Phil's very poignant and personal account of the price he and others have paid up to and following Garcia's death in 1995.
Plus, learn little-known facts about the group from Phil's soon-to-be released book Searching for the Sound - the first and only account of the Grateful Dead from a band member!
Register now! This special Learning Annex presentation WILL sell-out!
Course 240HSF, Section A
Wednesday, January 11, 2006 from 07:00 p.m. to 08:30 p.m.
Location: Downtown (San Francisco)
US $ 39.99 / $ 39.99 VIP Members
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