Grateful Dead – Ultra Rare 1966 Trips Festival/Acid Test Program

An original program from the legendary January, 1966 Trips Festival at the Longshoreman’s Hall in San Francisco. This 3 night event was the first true psychedelic event in the bay area, and included an Acid Test and performances by the Grateful Dead and Big Brother and the Holding Company. Each of the three nights featured […]

Bob Weir – Vintage Egypt Photograph Signed by Photographer Adrian Boot (Grateful Dead)

An original photograph of Bob Weir in Egypt by noted English photographer Adrian Boot, taken during the Grateful Dead’s 1978 concert at the pyramids.  This has been titled “Dead-Egypt” and signed and dated (’91) on the front by Adrian Boot.  On the back is Boot’s stamped photo credit and a Retina photo library sticker. It […]

Woodstock Festival – 1969 Handbill / Ticket Order Form (Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, CSN, etc._

An original handbill/ticket order form booklet for the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival, aka An Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace and Music, held in White Lake, Bethel, New York. The festival, of course, included performances by Jimi Hendrix, The Who, the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Sly & The Family Stone, Canned Heat, Creedence Clearwater Revival, […]

Grateful Dead & Jefferson Airplane BG-17 First Printing Fillmore Poster, From Ralph J. Gleason Collection

A beautiful first printing of BG-17, the Fillmore poster for the Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead, with artwork by the great Wes Wilson. This poster is superb condition; it has a pair of tiny staple holes in each of the top corners and a long flattened horizontal crease down the middle from when it […]

Grateful Dead – Mint W7 First Press “Anthem of the Sun” Album With Shrink

A very rare mint first pressing of the Grateful Dead’s psychedelic masterpiece Anthem of the Sun, on the Warner Bros.  Anthem, released in 1968, was the Dead’s second album and marked a giant step forward in their evolution.  While Anthem’s album cover is extremely prone to ring wear, this copy–with almost fully intact shrink wrap–is […]

Woodstock – Original 1969 Concert Program (Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead, CSN, The Band, etc.)

A very rare original 58 page concert program from the 1969 Woodstock Festival. This beautiful program documents the most important and legendary rock festival ever. With full credits, essays, and individual pages dedicated to virtually every act on the bill, this extremely rare artifact beautifully captures “3 Days of Peace & Music,” as the concert […]

Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia Handwritten Lyrics to “Lazy River Road”

A page of lyrics to the Grateful Dead classic “Lazy River Road” handwritten by the song’s co-writer, Jerry Garcia (written with Robert Hunter.)  “Lazy River Road”, which was to be included on the Band’s unfinished 14th studio album, appears the band’s So Many Roads 1965-1995. Garcia has beautifully handwritten the first three of five verses […]

Grateful Dead – 1969 “Live Dead” Radio Spots 7” (Mint/Unplayed)

A truly rare Warner Bros. promotional 45 with two different radio spots for the Grateful Dead’s 1969 double album “Live Dead”.  Each features a carnival barker-type announcer over a Grateful Dead music bed; in the first spot, “Saint Stephen” plays while the carnival barker announcer says “Hurry Hurry Hurry, step right up and hear the Grateful Dead roll […]

Monterey Pop Festival – Ultra Rare Backstage Pass (Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, Grateful Dead, Buffalo Springfield and many more)

An extremely rare original backstage pass from the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival–one of only three we know to have survived.  This legendary three day festival featured the first US performance by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, the first West Coast show by The Who, and performances by the Grateful Dead, Simon & Garfunkel, The Byrds, Buffalo […]

Grateful Dead – Original 1970 Fillmore East Photograph by Amalie Rothschild

A beautiful original photograph of the Grateful Dead live at the Fillmore East taken by Fillmore East house photographer (and Joshua Light Show participant) Amalie Rothschild. This print measures 9 1/2” x 7” and is in mint condition, with her photo credit and stamps on the reverse. A beautiful print of a shot we’ve never […]

Grateful Dead / Taj Mahal – 1st Printing “Mushroom Man” Fillmore Concert Poster (BG 216)

A superb first printing of BG 216, the David Singer designed poster advertising the Grateful Dead and Taj Mahal at the Fillmore West in February 1969. This is in beautful Near Mint condition and is a copy you’ll never need to upgrade.  A classic.  (With this rare poster, the 1st printing is identified by a […]

Grateful Dead – “Blue Rose” 1978 Poster Signed By Mouse & Kelley

A virtually mint condition first printing of the legendary “Blue Rose” concert poster, advertising a New Year’s Eve 1978 show at San Francisco’s Winterland Auditorium, featuring the Grateful Dead, the Blues Brothers and New Riders of the Purple Sage (followed by a dawn breakfast.)  This is one of the most sought after Dead posters, with […]

Grateful Dead, CSNY – Bill Graham Memorial Poster (1st Printing)

A beautiful mint condition first-printing poster advertising the San Francisco memorial concert for Bill Graham, on November 3, 1991.  The show, titled “Laughter, Love & Music” featured performances by the Grateful Dead, David Crosby, Steven Stills, Graham Nash, Neil Young, Jackson Browne, Santana, Los Lobos, Robin Williams, Tracy Chapman, John Fogerty, and many more.  13 […]

Grateful Dead – Near Mint “Skeleton & Roses” FD-26 Second Printing Poster (RP-2)

A rare concert poster advertising a series of September, 1966 shows by the Grateful Dead and Oxford Circle at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco.  Popularly know as “Skeleton & Roses”, it features artwork by Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelley ( FD-26 (RP-2) in the Family Dog concert poster series.)  This Near Mint example is […]

Grateful Dead – Rare 1981 European Tour Promo Poster

A rare Grateful Dead promotional poster issued by Warner Brothers Germany to promote the band’s 1981 European Tour.  This would have been used at record stores across Europe to promote the band’s catalog, and features Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelley’s iconic Europe ’72 artwork.  Framed to 27 3/4 x 10 ¼; poster in Mint condition, […]

Grateful Dead – Pigpen Owned & Used Harmonica

A Hohner Blues Harp harmonica, owned and used by Grateful Dead singer, organist and harmonica player Ron “Pigpen” McKernan.  From Wikipedia- McKernan was a participant in the predecessor groups leading to the formation of the Grateful Dead, beginning with the Zodiacs and Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions.  Bob Weir and Bill Kreutzman were added and […]

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