Jerry Garcia Band Tickets
During the seventies and throughout the nineties, Jerry Garcia was respected as an icon for hard rock music. His death left a vacuum in the music industry and his music is still celebrated by a number of bands who hold tribute concerts in his memory. This time, members of The Grateful Dead will commemorate thirty years of Garcia’s career that raised him to fame. The event is named “Dear Jerry: Celebrating The Music of Jerry Garcia” and will feature artists like Eric Church, David Grisman, Buddy Miller, Ross James, Jason Crosby and many others. Folk rock music lovers can’t wait to get their hands on Jerry Garcia Band tickets for the upcoming concert and the sales are already touching the roof.
Jerry Garcia Band Tickets
Jerry Garcia’s three decades in the music industry has countless memories of infinite jams and thousands of shows. A popular storyteller, the artist’s catalogue of live performances reads more like an adventurous tale of space, history and change. The upcoming tour will entertain Garcia’s fans with popular songs that he composed over the years. So if you missed his music all this time, Jerry Garcia Band tickets for the show will surely make up for it.
“Dear Jerry” concert is part of the series of events tied to the 50th anniversary celebrations of the artist. This memorable event will be co produced by Keith Wortman of the Garcia Family and will be directed by Don Was. In a news release Was stated, “Getting to play his songs with these artists is a dream realized for all of us”. He further said, “Jerry made us all fall in love with the possibilities of music”.
Jerry Garcia started his musical career in the sixties. Captivated by artists like Bo Diddley and Chuck Berry, he often played guitar in his free time. But at that time it was only a passion for him and he wasn’t looking for a professional career in music. One time, Garcia stole his mother’s car and as a punishment had to join the army. But since he was never interested in making a military career; he didn’t obey the rules and spent most of his time at leisure. Soon he was given a general discharge that gave him all the freedom to make a career of choice.
Jerry Garcia moved to East Palo Alto and met a few friends. Struggling for the right direction to make his career, he met an accident that gave him serious injuries. In an interview once he disclosed, “That's where my life began. Before then I was always living at less than capacity. I was idling. That was the slingshot for the rest of my life. It was like a second chance. Then I got serious”. He met bassist of the Grateful Dead, Phil Lesh and began recording music. With the addition of other members, this was the time when the first ever recording of Garcia came out and turned out to be success. Since then for about thirty years, till his death, Jerry Garcia Band ensured that the music industry isn’t deprived of good music.
Among the band’s first few albums, Garcia’s favorite was “Cats Under the Stars”. Released in the late seventies with songs like Cats Under the Stars, Love in the Afternoon and Don’t Let Go, it was a success and earned worldwide fame. Followed by other albums like “Jerry Garcia Band”, “How Sweet It Is” and “Don’t Let Go”, they got inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and earned a ranking in the Rolling Stone Magazine’s “100 Greatest Artists of All Times.”
Jerry Garcia lost his battle with life in the mid nineties but the music industry didn’t forget him for his valuable contributions. He was known as Uncle Jerry for his amiable stage presence and Captain Trips for making innumerable stage performances. Garcia was a musical and a cultural icon. His philosophies and improvisatory style was further expanded on by generations of followers.
Although the upcoming concert will not feature Jerry Garcia in person, but would definitely ensure that it gives his fans a similar live experience. So buy the tickets as early as possible.