By Jordan Riefe, Reuters
(Credit: Reuters/Shannon Stapleton)For 30 years the Grateful Dead recorded music and toured the world with their unique blend of rock, folk and psychedelic songs, gathering an army of followers known as Deadheads.
Over those three decades, the music never stopped until Jerry Garcia, the band's lead guitarist and composer of hits such as "Truckin'" and "Casey Jones," died of a heart attack in 1995. While members of the band continue to be active, Garcia's death meant the end of the Dead for many of its followers.
But now, for Deadheads in the doldrums, there's a way to recapture the magic online in a videogame, "Grateful Dead Game: The Epic Tour," that goes live on April 20.Read More »from Grateful Dead plan new “Epic Tour”: in videogame