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Someone is selling Jerry Garcia’s severed finger

jerry garcia's finger

You can buy Jerry Garcia’s severed fingers. and the owner will toss in a FREE glass and FREE brine.

Craigslist user ‘Matt’ has more on the Grateful Dead singer’s digit (condition: ‘good’):

I am selling Jerry Garcia’s severed finger to raise money for the upcoming GD 50th Anniversary show in Chicago. It pains me to part with this one of a kind collectable, but I believe Jerry would want me to see the last show. Finger is preserved in brine solution and sealed in air tight bottle for long term storage.

It’s what he would have wanted…

Posted: 4th, March 2015 | In: Celebrities, Strange But True | Comment


How Did The Grateful Dead Get A Huge Archive Of Material? Jerry Garcia Is Unsure But The LSD Helped

 

Guitarist Jerry Garcia, of the band "The Grateful Dead," second from left, is joined by his first wife Mountain Girl, left, Delaney Bramlett, centre, and Bruce Baxter III, right, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on July 2, 1970, during the legendary "Festival Express," also known as the Transcontinental Pop Festival. (AP Photo/Ron "Sunshine" Mastrion)

Guitarist Jerry Garcia, of the band “The Grateful Dead,” second from left, is joined by his first wife Mountain Girl, left, Delaney Bramlett, centre, and Bruce Baxter III, right, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on July 2, 1970, during the legendary “Festival Express,” also known as the Transcontinental Pop Festival. (AP Photo/Ron “Sunshine” Mastrion)

 

GRATEFUL Dead fans for whom Jerry Garcia is more than an ice-cream pun can head over to JerryGarcia.com and tune in to the music of the 26 bands he played with. Best of all, you can see all the Dead’s shows archived. (They played over 2,300 shows.)  If that’s not enough, you can check out Grateful Dead Archive Online from the University of California, Santa Cruz. And then take a look at the Internet Archive’s Grateful Dead collection.

If you don’t know the Dead’s work, listen to their first album. It is a country-rock classic.

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Posted: 20th, January 2014 | In: Flashback, Music | Comment