StraxArt™, the principal brand of parent company Strax Technologies Inc., and official worldwide licensee of Jerry Garcia’s artworks and innovative firm behind a new wave of limited edition digital art collections and film experiences, including the popular online “Jerry Garcia Collection,” is proud to announce the national launch of the new “Jerry Garcia Music and Art Exhibition” featuring StraxAR™ augmented reality at The Capitol Theatre and Garcia’s, Port Chester, New York, Thursday, August 1st, 2019, the birthday of the late Jerry Garcia. This event will also be presented by Relix, a print and online publication with a spectacular history with the Grateful Dead and their fans.
Jerry Garcia Band Featured On “GarciaLive Volume 11, November 11th, 1993, Providence Civic Center" - Out July 12
On July 12th, Round Records will release the two-disc set GarciaLive Volume 11, November 11th, 1993, Providence Civic Center, recorded in Providence, Rhode Island on what would be their final East Coast tour. The tour featured the band’s most acclaimed line up with Garcia (guitar/vocals), Melvin Seals (keyboards), John Kahn (bass), David Kemper (drums), Gloria Jones (backing vocals) and Jacklyn LaBranch (backing vocals).
Terrapin Flyer is celebrating 20 years of touring with some of the most iconic members of the Grateful Dead family with a Summer Tour with Melvin Seals from the Jerry Garcia Band June 12 - 28th. Terrapin Flyer has been performing with Melvin for 15 years including touring under the monikers of both JGB and Melvin Seals and Friends. The 2019 Terrapin Flyer tour will hit the Midwest and Eastern United States including 2 festival stops.
Who's up for a revolutionary evolutionary ride? DAVE'S PICKS VOLUME 30: FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 1/2/70 captures the Grateful Dead as they make their first foray from the experimental 60s into their early 70s acoustic Americana period. Yes, this one is a little bit country and a little bit (psychedelic) rock and roll.
“In 1969, for their third album, the Grateful Dead eschewed outside producers and created Aoxomoxoa themselves, beginning a run of self-produced albums that would continue until 1977. Scrapping the first sessions, which were recorded to eight-track tape, the Dead now had 16 tracks with which to experiment their psychedelic sound, with an album that included entirely Robert Hunter-penned lyrics for the first time.” - Archivist David Lemieux