Deadhead Stories Book

(5 customer reviews)

$45.00

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Description

The Book That Love Built

Deadhead Stories is an 8.5 x 11 inch, 350-page, color coffee table book woven from the stories, photographs and art of thousands of Deadheads.

There is no single author or artist because thousands of kind folks contributed to help preserve and pass down Deadhead history through their contributions to a Facebook group aptly called Deadhead Stories. Some spun a tale or two, many offered a memory, others shared their personal photos or artwork.

The idea was to utilize everyone’s skills, no matter how large or small. Editors, proofreaders, graphic designers, illustrators, artists, printers and so many more members, were active contributors to this project. In addition, all decisions relating to the book’s production, including title, chapter-layout and production design, were brought to the group to decide as a whole. Money raised from crowdfunding platforms like Go Fund Me and Kickstarter generated enough revenue to print the book, make T-shirts and pay for shipping costs. No one is being paid for their efforts and proceeds from the sale of the book and related merchandise will be donated.

We invite you to join us on a trip down so many storied roads…

5 reviews for Deadhead Stories Book

  1. Jacob Pressley

    A wonderfully flowing record of a community, love and Americana with a Grateful Dead soundtrack.

  2. Nathan Josephs

    A labor of love. 🙏

  3. Michael Pawelko

    A must read for all who wish to learn about or remember the deadhead experience. Wonderfully composed with full color graphics. A true piece of history from a unique perspective

  4. Daniel Guliano

    An awesome collective creation of so many stories from fans telling the history of the Grateful dead fans for 50+ years and still going. It will make you laugh, cry, chuckle and get pissed off.
    What a book and a MUST have.

  5. Bob Dobbsin

    As much fun to read as it was to help create = a ton of fun.

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