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Grateful Dead personnel

Grateful Dead Personnel:

The original line-up:

Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals
Bob Weir – guitar, vocals
Phil Lesh –- bass, vocals
Billy Kreutzmann – drums
Ron “Pig Pen” Mckernan – keyboards, vocals, harmonica, guitar 

Future personnel additions:

Mickey Hart – drums
Tom Constanten – keyboards
Keith Godchaux – keyboards
Donna Godchaux – vocals
Brent Mydland – keyboard, vocals
Vince Welnick – keyboards, vocals 
Bruce Hornsby – keyboards, vocals

Songwriting contributions:
Robert Hunter 
John Barlow 

Grateful Dead personnel table
Date Venue  Name Event
9/29/67  Starlight Theater
San Francisco, CA
Mickey Hart’s First show
11/23/68 Memorial Auditorium Athens, OH Tom Constanten First show
1/26/70  Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, HI Tom Constanten Last official show.
2/18/71 Capital Theater,
Port Chester, NY
Mickey Hart Leaves the band.
10/19/71 Northrop Auditorium
Minneapolis, MN
Keith Godchaux First Show
03/**/72 Academy of Music
New York, NY
Donna Godchaux Donna first show.
6/17/72  Hollywood Bowl, 
Hollywood, CA
Pig Pen’s Last show
3/23/75 Kezar  Stadium
San Francisco, CA
Mickey Hart Mickey Harts rejoins the group “post retirement”
2/17/79 Oakland Coliseuam,
Oakland, CA
Keith and Donna Godchaux Keith and Donna's last show.
4/22/79  Spartan Stadium
San Jose, CA
Brent Mydland First show
7/23/90  World Music Theater Tinley Park, IL Brent Mydland Last show, he passed away on 7/26/90 at age 37.
9/7/90  Richfield Coliseum
Richmond,  OH
Vince Welnick First show
9/15/90  Madison Square  Garden New York, NY Bruce Hornsby Bruce is added to the lineup as a second keyboard player.
3/24/92 The Palace
Auburn Hills, MI
Bruce Hornsby Last show
7/9/95 Soldier Field
Chicago, IL
Grateful Dead Last Grateful Dead concert

While no longer the Grateful Dead, the four primary members of the band have reformed; Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Billy Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart.  Previously they were known as The Other Ones.  After the success at their reunion at Alpine Valley in the summer of 2002, they decided to change their name to The Dead.  On February 14, 2003, at the Warfield Theater The Dead debuted.  The press release about the name change to The Dead.  

The Dead initially reformed with: 
The Dead's first show at the Warfield Theater in S.F. on Feb. 9, 2004. Following, the summer tour had two legs, and will ran from mid June through August. 

Bob Weir -guitar and voclas
Phil Lesh - bass and vocals
Bill Kreutzmann - drums
Mickey Hart - drums 

and
Jimmy Herring - guitar
Rob Barraco - keyboards
Jeff Chimenti - keyboards

Later addition
Joan Osbourne on vocals.  

The Dead in 2004 :
Bob Weir - guitar and vocals
Phil Lesh - bass and vocals
Bill Kreutzmann -drums
Mickey Hart - drums


Jimmy Herring - guitar
Warren Haynes - guitar, vocals
Jeff Chimenti - keyboards

 

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