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Grateful Dead’s Drummer To Write His Memoir

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Bill Kreutzmann, founding member and drummer for Grateful Dead is all set to write his story, and he has a book deal to prove it!

 

The memoir is planned for 2015. There is no title as of yet, but the read should be a good man. Kreutzman plans on writing about his relationship with Jerry Garcia, along with stories about the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and the Allman Brothers.

In addition to his writing duties, Kreutzman has been playing drums in his own bands, and with other musicians such as Journey’s Neal Schon and other members of Grateful Dead.

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