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Nick Hutchinson is a freelance writer, a musician and an editor who lives in Denver. He was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and attended Kenyon College in Ohio, where he studied English literature. Nick also holds a degree in journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder. His writing has appeared online at JamBase.com, jambands.com and in newspapers and publications including the Denver Westword and Relix magazine. His first children's book, Barry's Wild Ride, was released in May of 2013.

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Channeling Jerry
How the Music Plays his Fans
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Overview


Twenty-five years after Jerry Garcia's passing his artistry still thrives. Channeling Jerry checks in with a variety of musicians who continue to tread the storied path blazed by Garcia and his bandmates. It's an ever-evolving conversation with new ones coming in as the old ones go.

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Channeling Jerry is a hi-gloss, 8.5'' x 11'' book partly about Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead, but more specifically it highlights musicians who honor and explore Garcia's acclaimed legacy. The book features photos of and conversations with Steve Kimock, Mark Karan, David Gans, Joni Bottari, Andrea Whitt, Katie Skene, John Kadlecik, Garrett Deloian, Halina Janusz, Lisa Malsberger, Vic DeRobertis, Stephen Inglis, Anela Lauren, Jeff Mattson, Joe Craven, Tyler Grant, Joe Marcinek, Marcus Rezak, Adam Perry and Josh Olken. It sheds light on the ongoing story of Garcia's music as his seemingly unstoppable sound continues to thrive and, in some cases, even reinvent itself. Each interview includes a brief gear talk section (for the gear heads among us). Like a rose unfolding, Jerry's spirit lives on.

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Overview


Twenty-five years after Jerry Garcia's passing his artistry still thrives. Channeling Jerry checks in with a variety of musicians who continue to tread the storied path blazed by Garcia and his bandmates. It's an ever-evolving conversation with new ones coming in as the old ones go.

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Description


Channeling Jerry is a hi-gloss, 8.5'' x 11'' book partly about Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead, but more specifically it highlights musicians who honor and explore Garcia's acclaimed legacy. The book features photos of and conversations with Steve Kimock, Mark Karan, David Gans, Joni Bottari, Andrea Whitt, Katie Skene, John Kadlecik, Garrett Deloian, Halina Janusz, Lisa Malsberger, Vic DeRobertis, Stephen Inglis, Anela Lauren, Jeff Mattson, Joe Craven, Tyler Grant, Joe Marcinek, Marcus Rezak, Adam Perry and Josh Olken. It sheds light on the ongoing story of Garcia's music as his seemingly unstoppable sound continues to thrive and, in some cases, even reinvent itself. Each interview includes a brief gear talk section (for the gear heads among us). Like a rose unfolding, Jerry's spirit lives on.

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Book details

Genre:MUSIC

Subgenre:genres & Styles / Rock

Language:English

Pages:150

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781098320171


Overview


Twenty-five years after Jerry Garcia's passing his artistry still thrives. Channeling Jerry checks in with a variety of musicians who continue to tread the storied path blazed by Garcia and his bandmates. It's an ever-evolving conversation with new ones coming in as the old ones go.

Read more

Description


Channeling Jerry is a hi-gloss, 8.5'' x 11'' book partly about Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead, but more specifically it highlights musicians who honor and explore Garcia's acclaimed legacy. The book features photos of and conversations with Steve Kimock, Mark Karan, David Gans, Joni Bottari, Andrea Whitt, Katie Skene, John Kadlecik, Garrett Deloian, Halina Janusz, Lisa Malsberger, Vic DeRobertis, Stephen Inglis, Anela Lauren, Jeff Mattson, Joe Craven, Tyler Grant, Joe Marcinek, Marcus Rezak, Adam Perry and Josh Olken. It sheds light on the ongoing story of Garcia's music as his seemingly unstoppable sound continues to thrive and, in some cases, even reinvent itself. Each interview includes a brief gear talk section (for the gear heads among us). Like a rose unfolding, Jerry's spirit lives on.

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About the author


Nick Hutchinson is a freelance writer, a musician and an editor who lives in Denver. He was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and attended Kenyon College in Ohio, where he studied English literature. Nick also holds a degree in journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder. His writing has appeared online at JamBase.com, jambands.com and in newspapers and publications including the Denver Westword and Relix magazine. His first children's book, Barry's Wild Ride, was released in May of 2013.

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