The singer-songwriter delivered an unexpected moment during a show in Chicago.
The band, which featured founding members of Grateful Dead, ended its farewell tour with a two-set show full of iconic songs and covers on Sunday.
Pink Floyd, the Grateful Dead and Peter Paul and Mary are bands with well-deserved places in music history. Roger Waters, Bob Weir and Peter Yarrow sat down with HuffPost Live to talk about what inspired them to create those legendary tunes.
What a long, strange trip this could be.
"I hate crowds and loud rock music, but I was being offered a gift: the chance to learn more about my son all these years after he was taken from me."
The lyricist was known to the bandmates as “the band member that doesn’t come on stage with us.”
Tie-dye showed up on plenty of runways, from Stella McCartney to Eckhaus Latta.
Way before the Grateful Dead, Garcia played a friend's birthday party. This is what it sounded like.
"The world lost a true hero today, a Renaissance man who was a relentless warrior for our freedom."
Now THAT'S a tribute.