The End of the Road
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For 30 years, Jerry Garcia played guitar and sang for the Grateful Dead, and by doing so, inspired a modern cultural phenomenon – the legions of nomadic fans that made a communal way of life out of following Jerry and the Dead – the Deadheads. "The End of the Road" began shooting just 3 months before Garcia’s Death in 1995 – documenting 'life on the road' with this family of bohemian wanderers – on what would be the final tour with Jerry and the Dead. That summer the road came to an end back where it all began – in San Francisco – where thousands gathered one last time for eulogies from bandmates, friends and family at the memorial for Jerry Garcia.
Grateful for the effort
This is an amateur doc NOT about Jerry Garcia or the Grateful Dead. It is about the last wave of "DeadHeads" who were part of the marketing machine that the Dead became during their revival. As unfortunately, no endorsement by the estate of Garcia, or the Grateful Dead was given, no music or images of either are used. The real "Deadheads" were scattered well before the 90's college children caught on.
WE NEED A GOOD GRATEFUL DEAD and/or JERRY GARCIA DOCUMENTARY!!!!