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Grateful Dead were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994.
No band embodied the psychedelic rock era's mind-expanding, counterculture vibe better than the Grateful Dead.
During marathon concerts marked by the communal, peaceful atmospheres, the San Francisco troupe combined traditional genres such as folk, bluegrass and roots with experimental, freewheeling musical excursions. Even today, the Grateful Dead boasts a rabid fanbase of loyalists known as Deadheads - all of whom keep the band's legacy and music alive, well and vibrant. More on rockhall.com...
Contains over 100 bootleg audiocassette recordings from 1967-1985 of live Grateful Dead performances, as well as album outtakes, demos, rare tracks, studio rehearsals, and radio shows; nine bootleg VHS recordings from 1969-1996 contain performance footage, homemade montages, television specials, documentaries, award shows, and film outtakes.