Grateful Dead Bear Tattoos?

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Grateful Dead bear tattoos are most often dancing bears who symbolized the band's fun loving attitude. The bears appear on T-shirts, posters, bumper stickers, and the back of the cover of the album History of the Grateful Dead, vol 1 (Bear's Choice). The dancing bears was designed by Bob Thomas and are actually marching, not dancing. The Grateful Dead formed in Palo Alto, California in 1965 and were active as a band until 1995. The bank is known for fusing elements of bluegrass, blues, rock, country, reggae, and folk music.
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The dancing bears symbolized the fun-loving aspect of the Grateful Dead and their fans. Over the years these bears have appeared on multi-colored bumper stickers, T-Shirts and posters
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The dancing bears represent a form of shamanism & transformation between a human & a bear. There are also dancing bears that perform as a circus act in India. report this
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The names of the dancing bears from the Grateful Dead are Sugaree, Jack Straw, Althea, Delilah and Tennessee Jed. The bears have appeared on all sorts of things ...
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