Grateful Dead legend Mickey Hart shows his art work on Good Day
It wasn’t just music. It was a movement. An experience. An archaeology of folklore. An awakening.
That’s what catapulted the Grateful Dead from its California counterculture roots of the 1960s into one of the greatest rock bands of all time. Known not just for their rhythms and live shows, the band became just as famous for openly discussing their use of drugs to transform music, and entice their audiences into a kind of collective trance during performances.
A collection of the literary legend’s personal pieces are hitting the road as part a traveling exhibition — and it’s expected to make a prolonged stop in Natick this fall
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A vocalist, songwriter, musician, and author, Lauren creates a direct and personal experience of spiritual oneness and healing for audiences and students alike. Her work is an authentic expression of art and medicine that is created for healing and personal growth.
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