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Jerry Garcia Grateful Dead Painting Canvas Concert Art Poster Print
The Grateful Dead Jerry Garcia Painting Canvas concert Art Poster Print


 
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Product Code: N-JERRY-GARCIA_ART

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17"x11" Inch Canvas
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Jerry Garcia Grateful Dead Painting Canvas Art Poster

The unique print on Rolled canvas is signed by the artist
There is a 1-2 inch white border around image on all canvas to allow framing without the need for matting.
Stretch Framed Art will have black border that wraps around side.

Jerry Garcia - Grateful Dead - Musical artist - 1942-1995

Born on August 1, 1942, in San Francisco, California, singer and guitarist Jerry Garcia helped form the group the Grateful Dead in the ‘60s. With albums like American Beauty, the band toured for decades with a highly devoted “Deadhead” following. Garcia also released numerous projects as a solo artist and with other musicians. Having suffered greatly from drug addiction, he died on August 9, 1995.

In 1965, he formed a band, the Warlocks, but on discovering another group with that name, it was changed to the Grateful Dead (1966). Closely involved with the San Francisco hippie movement and the use of drugs such as LSD, the band first played "psychedelic" rock but moved on to a more diverse repertory of rock styles in the 1970s. From around 1974 the band's members began to go their own ways, and Garcia made solo appearances and albums. In the 1980s he became heavily addicted to drugs, and after being arrested in 1985 was sent to a treatment center. After emerging from a diabetic coma, he decided to turn his life around, and the band made a comeback (1987) with a hit single, "Touch of Gray" and an album, In the Dark.

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