Fusing elements of rock, folk, country, jazz, bluegrass, blues, gospel, and psychedelic rock, the Grateful Dead were both of and ahead of their time. Leading the countercultural revolution through their music, Jerry Garcia and band created a movement of jam band music and amazing live performances.
The early 1970s were hugely successful for the band. In 1973 they formed their own record group, Grateful Dead Records, and released their next studio album, Wake of the Flood. They capitalized on this album’s success and soon went back to the studio and released their 1974 album From the Mars Hotel. The 1974 tour was their last before going on hiatus. The tour visited the U.S. Northeast, East Coast, and multiple countries in Europe. They ended their tour with five shows at the Winterland Arena Run in San Francisco, California.
Text: Stylized“Grateful Dead: Tour’74”
“Steal Your Face” skull logo in red and blue with a yellow lightning bolt.“Grateful Dead” above and“Tour’74” below the logo.
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