The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto,
California. Ranging .... The death of Pigpen did not slow the band down, and they
continued with their new members. They soon...
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the Grateful Dead get their name? ... Where did the Dancing Bears come from?
The Grateful Dead Bear, tenth, ninth, eighth, seventh, sixth, fifth, fourth, third,
second and first editions. Special Grateful Dead Bears and Limited Editions.
Grateful Dead. in 1969 © How it came to be. In 1969 the Dead were renting a
warehouse in Novato, California. ... cover and the Bear's Choice cover, on which
the popular Dancing Bears appeared. ... This was one of the last pieces he did.
Hippies who encouraged drug use that, although they did not encourage hippie
... Their name originates with a mid-southern European belief in the grateful dead
-- Men ... Brent Mydland, Vince Welnick, and soundman Owsley "Bear" Stanley.
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The 13-point lightning bolt was derived from a stencil Owsley Bear(along with his
close friend Bob Thomas)created to spray-paint on the Grateful Dead's ...
The bears represent a different type of drug according to their color. Blue-
mushrooms. Green- ... In the grateful dead logo does it spell out grateful dead
somehow? Depends on what ... Where did the Grateful Dead bears originate?
Answer The ...
The inspiration for the band name did not come from Winston Churchill's quote, ...
David took his last name from the Bowie knife ("that big old bear killin' knife"). .....
The band was originally the Warlocks, and picked Grateful Dead out of a ...
When a skeleton is wearing a top hat and donning a cane...we know where these
skeletons come from. Aside from colorful teddy bears, the Grateful Dead's ...
Nov 1, 2010 ... The Grateful Dead was never just a band. ... also known as "the Bear," who says
he wanted to put a mark on the band's equipment so he knew ...