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Deadheads get a new way to add Garcia to their social media
(AP Photo - Kristy McDonald)
By DAVE CLARK
From Associated Press
July 02, 2015 12:57 AM EST

NEW YORK (AP) — Deadheads looking to add a little more Jerry Garcia to their lives can now incorporate the late Grateful Dead guitarist into their social media with the video storytelling platform Magisto. And Trixie Garcia hopes that will turn more people on to her father's music.

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