Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan Oakland 1987

“Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead embarked on a six-city stadium tour in the summer of 1987 after releasing their album, Dylan, and the Dead. Each night began with a two-hour set by the Grateful Dead, and then Dylan joined them for another 12 or 13 tunes and the encore.”

Rolling Stone Magazine

The album and tour were panned by critics, but the fans said many of the greatest moments on the tour and album were not recognized. The photo shows what an incredible collaboration this was by two music powerhouses in Rock and Roll history.

Product Details

Edition: Limited Edition

Edition of: 100

Medium: Giclée on Paper

Signed? Signed

Framed? Unframed

Height 16"

Width: 20"

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