Tag: Jon McIntire
We’ll have something more formal for you in a bit, but while we’re still in a happy daze from A Buck Dancer’s Choice at the Fillmore on Saturday, here are a few awesome pics from Susana Millman! (See even more here.) Thanks to all who made this possible!
Check out Michael Doherty’s review of the CD! A BUCK DANCER’S CHOICE December 1, 2012 Rex Foundation Benefit Show at The Fillmore Featuring Bob Weir, the Mickey Hart Band, & Members of ALO Selected Compilation Available Beginning Tuesday, April 30, 2013 For Digital Download at nugs.net and iTunes And on disc only at nugs.net On […]
Our December 1, 2012 event “A Buck Dancer’s Choice,” honoring the memory of Jon McIntire, was pretty much a delight from start to finish. Now we’re happy to present this video with highlights from the show, so those who were there can relive the happy evening, and those who missed out can enjoy some of […]
Acknowledgments to all whose generous efforts made possible A Buck Dancer’s Choice, a benefit for the Rex Foundation in honor of Jon McIntire, Saturday, December 1, 2012 at the Fillmore in San Francisco. Presenting the December 1st benefit is a vital part of Rex Foundation efforts. It is through events like A Buck Dancer’s Choice […]
As a special way to celebrate Jon McIntire’s ongoing community legacy, all of the “Uncle Jon’s Band” $1,000 ticket proceeds from our December 1 A Buck Dancer’s Choice event will be used to fund grants in Jon’s memory. To that end, the Rex Foundation Board has identified the following programs to be recipients of grants […]
Read Dennis McNally’s tribute and Robert Hunter’s elegy on Dead.net Jon McIntire, former manager of the Grateful Dead and New Riders of the Purple Sage, was also a longstanding member of the Rex Board of Directors, continuing to the present as an active member of the Rex Advisory Board. On Thursday, February 16th, 2012, Jon […]
Inspired by Jon McIntire and Mickey Hart’s ideaÂ of havingÂ long-standing Rex board members tell stories about Rex grants that were especially memorable to them over the years, we recently were able to put together a special occasion at Bob Weir’s TRI Studios.Â HavingÂ seen Bill Walton’s magic in eliciting great tales at the Sacramento […]