Join Grahame Lesh, son of Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh, for an acoustic performance filled with stories of growing up around the Grateful Dead and about how music promoter Bill Graham impacted his life.
The National Museum of American Jewish History (NMAJH) is co-hosting this event with the Ardmore Music Hall, where Grahame Lesh will perform in the evening. The purpose of this event is to highlight NMAJH’s current exhibition, “Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution.” After escaping Nazi Germany as a child, Graham immigrated to the United States and grew up to become one of the most influential concert promoters in history, playing a pivotal role in the careers of iconic artists, including the Grateful Dead.
Tickets are $10 each, but are free for NMAJH and Ardmore Music Hall members. Tickets also include access to the “Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution” exhibition.
Grahame Lesh’s appearance at the museum is a sneak preview; he will be performing again at 8 p.m. that evening at the Ardmore Music Hall with the John Kadlecik Band and Midnight North. Click here for information and concert tickets.