The Grateful Dead - Berkeley - Crewneck Sweatshirt
If you are looking for a sweatshirt designed by Grateful Dead "Store Your Face" you have come to the right place! The sweatshirt is available in six to seven colors (depends on size) and six sizes. The print is on the front side of the T-Shirt. We are convinced that you will be satisfied with this purchase 😉
About the product:
Sleeve length, in
Take the cold seasons in style with this premium crew neck sweatshirt. Available in multiple colors, this sweatshirt is sure to keep you warm and stylish all day long. Featuring a 3-end fleece fabric, it has a real tight-knit construction giving it better quality and durability. It’s not only beautiful but also comfy and soft to the touch with the best in its class and under 5% shrinkage. .: 80% combed ringspun cotton, 20% polyester .: Medium-heavy fabric (8.2 oz /yd² (280 g/m²)) .: Regular fit .: Tear away label .: Runs true to size
Grateful Dead Make Final Greek Theatre Appearance In 1989
The earliest known appearance by the Grateful Dead at the historic Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California dates back to October 1, 1967. A year later the Dead played the outdoor venue near their San Francisco home, but would not return to the Greek until a three-night stand in September 1981. Each subsequent year of the 1980s saw three-show runs culminating with a trio of concerts in August 1989. The Grateful Dead’s 29th and final performance at the Greek Theatre took place 31 years ago today on August 19, 1989. Below is both video and audio of the complete final Dead concert at The Greek as well as video featuring isolated audio of Bob Weir’s guitar. The evening began with “Let The Good Times Roll” peppered by Weir’s falsetto howls that elicited a smile from fellow guitarist Jerry Garcia. The pink guitar playing Weir and the Tiger playing Garcia trade verses on the following “Jack Straw” ahead of the rarity “We Can Run” led by keyboardist Brent Mydland. The set ended with bassist Phil Lesh singing lead on the closing rendition of the classic “Box Of Rain.” After the “China Cat Sunflower” > “I Know You Rider” tandem opened set two, the show got cooking with a sequence featuring a take on “Playing In The Band” that ventured into “Uncle John’s Band” before sliding back into a loose “Playing” jam. The Rhythm Devils Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart set off on the “Drums” improvisation with the latter on talking drum before moving on to other exotic sounds in his arsenal. A powerfully blistering “The Other One” dotted with cartoon-like vocal effects comes out of the “Space” excursion and is trailed by Garcia’s heartfelt delivery of “Wharf Rat.” The common closer “Not Fade Away” ended the set before the band returned to play a rare “Foolish Heart” encore.