Taken in 1977 during a photo-shoot at the Grateful Dead's Front Street headquarters in San Rafael, CA, this wonderful image was later used on a bootleg of one of the Grateful Dead's most famous performances, the closing of Winterland on New Year's Eve 1978-1979. Since the bonafide album wasn't released until much later, avid fans all over the world are familiar with this version from The Grateful Dead, Farewell to Winterland
On 12/13/2021, Jim Marshall Photography LLC released the first of 14 one-of-a-kind NFTs of Jerry Garcia that were captured during the same photo-session that produced this image. For more information and to bid on or purchase any of these NFTs, go to www.jimmarshallphotonft.com
This is a Limited Edition Estate Photograph produced by Jim Marshall Photography LLC in one size only. Each photograph is hand-numbered and bears the official estate seal on the reverse. Buyers will also receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery.
These beautiful fine art photographs are printed to order in San Francisco, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Please contact us with questions!
PLEASE NOTE: This edition has been extremely popular with Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia fans and Rock Photography collectors. It is SOLD OUT.
It is possible that a private collector may request that we resell their piece at some point in the future. Please contact us to be added to the waitlist, we will be sure to contact you if and when we have the opportunity.