Grateful Dead

When Palo Alta, California's countercultural wave of 1965 gave rise to Grateful Dead, a megawatt amalgam of rock, bluegrass, reggae, modal jazz, psychedelia and more, it might've been hard to envision the unprecedented impact that the group would have on society at large throughout the sobering decades ahead. In a pleasantly surprising turn of events, the group helmed by Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, Phil Lesh and Bill Kreutzmann would go on to eclipse expectations and records set in place by their chart-topping compatriots thanks to the unforeseen whirlwind success of albums like Aoxomoxoa (1969), Blues for Allah (1975) and In the Dark (1987). Definitively outliving the movement under which it was formed is the band's distinctively unique sound, spurring a phenomenology all its own under the guise of "Deadhead" fandom which places the Grateful Dead in an eternal league all its own. Over a half-century later, Morrison Hotel Gallery invites Deadheads far and wide to immerse themselves in one of the most comprehensive collections of photographic memorabilia which may be purchased online or in gallery as fine art prints.


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