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  1. Keith Richard Godchaux (July 19, 1948 – July 23, 1980) was an American pianist best known for his tenure in the rock group the Grateful Dead from 1971 to 1979. Following their departure from the Dead, he and his wife Donna formed the Heart of Gold Band in 1980, but Godchaux died from injuries sustained in a car accident shortly ...

  2. 23 de jul. de 2015 · The Lasting Impact, and Sudden Death, of the Grateful Dead’s Keith Godchaux. Ben Djarum Published: July 23, 2015. Ed Perlstein, Getty Images. In 1971, the Grateful Dead needed a new keyboard ...

  3. 19 de jul. de 2022 · Whether you think that’s Europe ’72 or Cornell ’77, Godchauxs contributions helped solidify the 1970s as the Grateful Dead’s golden era. Throughout his tenure in the 1970s, keyboardist Keith Godchaux brought a level of technical skill that elevated the Grateful Dead into their golden era.

  4. 3 de oct. de 2023 · “He was really on fire about a new era of the Grateful Dead,” Donna Godchaux says of Garcia. The singer and her husband Keith Godchaux joined the group in the fall of 1971, she on backing ...

  5. Band. Keith Godchaux. Photos. More >> About Keith Godchaux. Songs with lyrics by Keith Godchaux. Songs with music by Keith Godchaux. The Grateful Dead has always been a focus of synchronicity -- of magic "coincidences" happening at just the right time. In early fall 1971, the Dead really faced up to the fact that they needed a keyboard player.

  6. Keith Godchaux murió en un accidente de coche en 1980, Brent Mydland ejerció como teclista durante 11 años hasta que murió en 1990, convirtiéndose en el tercer teclista fallecido. Casi inmediatamente el teclista de The Tubes , Vince Welnick, entró como teclista y corista.

  7. 23 de jul. de 2020 · 40 years ago today (7/23/80), the late Keith Godchaux died from injuries sustained in an automobile crash. During most of his tenure with the Dead (1971-1979), Godchaux contributed to the Dead’s most creatively fruitful period, where marathon peformances were rampant and his acoustic piano contributions served as springboard and ...