Mickey Hart & UCSF neuroscientist Dr. Adam Gazzaley stopped by Huffinton Post Live on 9/27/13 for an interview with Mike Sacks. Watch the interview below.
Last year, Mickey Hart, former drummer of the Grateful Dead, brought the rhythms of the universe to Asheville, N.C. having used light waves from across the space and time to create the music of “Mysterium Tremendum.”
Mickey Hart continues to be inspired by the rhythms of the universe around him, including the vast cerebral brain, letting it inform his work with a timeless and modern appeal.
Grateful Dead percussionist Mickey Hart’s Mickey Hart Band put on an excellent show Thursday evening at the Metropolitan Theatre.
Fans of former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart will have a chance to literally see what is on his mind when he brings his band to Bethlehem later this month.
“Dude, I’m 60, almost 61, with a belly. I danced the whole night. I spun like I hadn’t in years.”
As the house band for author and counter-culture icon Ken Kesey's notorious acid tests, the Grateful Dead made music perfectly suited for mind-bending exploration.
Mickey Hart, formerly the drummer for the Grateful Dead, is one of many musicians who have remembered Ray Dolby and his impact on the music industry over the past few days.