Save The Redwoods
Join us for the party of the century on October 13th in Union Square. A benefit for Save The Redwoods leagues education and park support programs. Join master of ceremonies Lee Cowan, along with performance by Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Friends with special guest John Mayer for this special evening. Tickets on sale here.
Music and the Mind: The Concert
Music has been fundamental to every human civilization. For one night only, CNN’s chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta hosts this electrifying evening combining music and science, featuring performances by legendary Grateful Dead percussionist Mickey Hart, master tabla player Zakir Hussain, acclaimed pianist and Kennedy Center Artistic Director of Jazz Jason Moran, world-renowned soprano and Kennedy Center Artistic Advisor at Large Renée Fleming, singer-songwriter and other special guests to be announced.
Grateful Dead Drummer's Quest to End Alzheimer's
“It’s the rhythm, stupid.” This message boots up every morning on Mickey Hart’s computer screen. But it’s not like the guy needs a reminder. Hart, the longtime drummer for the Grateful Dead, has made rhythm and its many applications his lifelong business. At 74, Hart — who still wears size 32 Levi’s — has not only stayed young by playing percussion, he has spent the last many years exploring how it may help prevent the aging of the human brain.
Bill And Mickey Gave Luke Walton Advice On Coaching LeBron James
Luke’s father, Bill Walton, would call him from a Grateful Dead concert to help celebrate. “Yeah, and he had [drummer] Mickey Hart in the background yelling at me that, ‘The rhythm is the answer to everything in life,’” Luke Walton said with a laugh. “So once I figure out what that means, we’ll be good.”