I just gave one to Doug Stein who did all the great pen and ink and dry board of the Dead,
I still have some of Doug's artwork. Always liked his drawings, used to chat him up at shows. Completely forgot about him. How's he doing/what's he up to??
I have a few shirts that have lasted:
Springsteen '79 New Year's show with a guitar that has an end like a bottle of champagne.
Sunshine Daydream Dye from Greensboro '81
Also have a box full of guatamalan pants, huepios (sp?) and other stuff that I outgrew but couldn't part with.
And one last thing about Hershey...I wanted some beer before the show but PA has some crazy-ass laws and I could only buy a case at a distributor. It was my last bit of cash and I spent it. As I pulled in the lot, and opened the trunk, people started offering me $2 for a beer (I did drink good beer) and before I knew it I had made back all my money plus and still had about 8 beers left for me to drink. It was like a lightbulb went off over my head and I was selling good beer and my tie-dying days were over. Ah, memories...Music Never Stopped, Morning Dew, pouring rain, what a great show...
"The only funeral you should ever try to interrupt is your own, and that should be a full-time job." -Kinky Friedman