Linda Kelly experienced her first concert when she was 15 -- the Sex Pistols' very last show at the notorious Winterland -- and has been a great lover of music ever since. She majored in journalism at San Francisco State University and has been a writer/editor for the likes of Spin Magazine, Mix Magazine, Quokka Sports, Lucasfilm, Astrology.com/NBC Universal, and even penned lyrics for the Spin Doctors. After seven years in New York City, she now lives back in her native Bay Area in the Haight-Ashbury district -- just blocks away from the Grateful Dead's home in the '60s -- where she's busy collecting more experiences and stories to share. As Bob Dylan once told her while on tour in 1989, "You gotta do something!"
Through sweet synchronicity, she had the divine, beautiful, weird, hilarious pleasure of hanging and grooving and dancing and laughing with Jerry and Bobby and a few of their colorful cohorts for a good spell in New York and California. The time spent being in that wildly unique mix of fine folks is the fodder and inspiration for this book -- and for which she is infinitely grateful.
- Stories from Fellow Artists, Friends & Followers of the Grateful Dead
- By: Linda Kelly
- Narrated by: Gwen Hughes, Jamie Renell
- Length: 7 hrs and 44 mins
Just what was it about the Grateful Dead that made them rock and roll's most beloved band? Listen to find out....
A great read.
- By David Brancolini on 06-28-17
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