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Time: February 03, 2017 19:00
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Live Dead 69

*TIMINGS* 7pm Doors 8pm Auburn 9pm Live/Dead 69 11pm Curfew *please note, parking garage will be closed Friday evening – please use the parking garage at the Fulham Broadway Tube/Shopping Centre livedead-69-visual-stage-2 AGMP presents LIVE DEAD 69 Landmark first Live Grateful Dead Album performed in it’s entirety by an all-star band! TOM CONSTANTEN – Original Pianist from The Grateful Dead SLICK AGUILAR – Jefferson Starship / David Crosby Band MARK KARAN – Bob Weir’s Ratdog / The Other Ones TONY MORLEY – Jefferson Starship RICHARD NEWMAN – Jefferson Starship “Live/Dead” was the first live official album by The Grateful Dead released in 1969 after being recorded over a series of concerts that year. Rolling Stone Magazine wrote at the time that the album contained “The Finest Rock Improvisations Ever Recorded”. The same magazine chose the album as one it’s ‘500 greatest albums of all time’ in 2003. Tom Constanten was the pianist with The Grateful Dead on this album and he returns with an all star line up featuring members of Jefferson Starship, Bob Weir’s Ratdog and David Crosby’s Band to perform the album in it’s entirety for one night only. Tom Constanten originally started performing with Steve Reich & Terry Riley. His friendship with Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh led to him joining the band in 1968. Mark “Slick” Aguilar is best known as the guitarist with Jefferson Starship. He has also worked with the David Crosby Band, Buddy Miles and KC & the Sunshine Band. Mark Karan is the guitarist with Bob Weir & Ratdog. Mark has also toured with Dave Mason, Paul Carrack and was chosen to fill the slot of Jerry Garcia in 1998 with The Other Ones, a band featuring former members of The Grateful Dead. Commemorative limited-edition screen-printed poster below (designed by the psych kids at WeThreeClub) – only 50 will be printed for sale on A2 heavy stock paper! LD69_WEB-lo 19691110_0374-preview vintage LIVE/DEAD advert 1969

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