My name is Lynda
I think the Grateful Dead They are the best band ever!
My mail is LyndaLynn18@Gmail.com
and my Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001188026556
I'm in the UAE for most of Feb and maybe into March, I'm looking for someone to clue me in to some kind of Jam Band scene if it exists. Bike Week(end) was fun. JazzFest is good for a few days but I want a place to hang out. I'm tired of the Philipino cover bands, etc. There has to be some good music in this town if I poke around.
keep yer head down, bro.........from an old squid
safe travels to you. Feel free to tell us your adventures and let us know how you're doing. And bless you for your healing work.
Im getting ready to deploy to Iraq as a medic. I'd love to hook up with some deadheads and jam out over there.
Any Deadheads in Istanbul, Turkey? I go every summer to visit my in-laws and it would be cool to hook up with a Deadhead there.
On my last trip I was riding my bike in a fairly remote area and came upon a VW bus - I was praying for a GD sticker!!! No dice...
Looking forward to the shows! I wonder if they'll do one in Mecca. Just kidding. Imagine that. Go Israel, stay safe! Peace to ALL MidEast Deadheads!
absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
outlaw ALL dancing
moving bodies to music
must be seen as evil
All real freedom starts with freedom of speech. Without freedom of speech there can be no real freedom.
sound like good friends, thx so much for reposting this story Ash, it's a grate one : )
you cann´t imagine how was it from sphinx square all the way through cairo you did n´t have to search for a long time to discover some new dead heads around you in town , steal your face stickers almost on every second cab and it was something happening in town , I know my city very well ,let me tell ya that the GRATEFUL DEAD show @ the sound and light theater was one of the very first concerts to be played there, might even the first one, people were getting curious and wanna know more about the band ,it was kind of the peace revolution in the whole Egypt , met Goldy and her man an upper egyptian and they were hanging golden steal your face chains on thier necks ,and it was a sign that they belong to the dead family , since this day the 15th of sep. 78 and the music never stopped , started to order from europe and the usa all the missing albums , and learning the diffrence between a head and a fan , there was lots of new music from the deads those days all at the same time but still we could n´t have enough from such a grateful band , never gonna forget this day when I wanted to move in with some friends from south africa and there I discoverd philipa a british dead head , came from greece to see them in egypt and never left it till the early 90sshe was one of the main real dead heads in Egypt , and we stayed friends for the whole time, there is also stoner and I´m so proud of this guy ,he got the treasures bran new lps and tapes lot of stuff never been used but its been made in the early 70s and late 60s we are collecting for the dead heads museum in cairo which will be soon completed there are some real good old stuff the flyers from 78 and buckels from phillesh personaly some pictures , my buddy stoner does n´t let any body to touch this stuff he is perfect in such things , so the peace started to be spread around the region , you cann´t imagine egypt and israel as peace partners it could be only a dream , but it was the best solution for both and was real peace atleast till 1981 where they shot the peace maker Mr. Anwar elsadat, and without the permition from his lady the deads would n´t have played there ,cause it was still again and again Mr. Bill Graham who dealed with the goverment and Mrs. Sadatshe was the chief of the sos in Egypt and the deal was the deads gonna play for free and they´ll be supporting the SOS children village in Egypt and thats the only reason why Egypt agreed to let the deads play in the country, no matter what they heard about them in the late 60s and they knew about the hippi movement which the deads were also involved in and that was the main reason for not allowing the band to jam in egypt which lasted atleast 5 years, enough for now and text you later,
great image of all the locals dancing up on the rocks...