MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Scholars and die-hard followers of the Grateful Dead will collect in New Hampshire for a weeklong convention that appears on the cultural influence of the band.
Saint Anselm College in Manchester will host “A Long Strange Trip: The Culture of the Grateful Dead,” from Oct. 22 via Oct. 25. The occasion will function panels and discussions that contact on topics resembling how the long-lasting band with songs like “Friend of the Devil” and “Terrapin Station” influenced popular culture in addition to drug tradition.
The occasion concludes with one thing that the band’s late lead guitarist Jerry Garcia would have beloved — a musical jam.
Among the audio system can be Thomas Mangan, a filmmaker and govt producer of a four-part documentary on the Grateful Dead, titled “Long Strange Trip.”