Update Feb 20: An archive of the Grateful Dead marathon is now up. Listen here.

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Deadheads of the web gather round.

KPFA is currently streaming its 25th Grateful Dead marathon, which goes till 1 a.m. Sunday. From today’s Chronicle article on the Dead-thon:

In his 25th year of Grateful Dead marathons on KPFA, 94.1 FM, David Gans of Oakland hopes to raise $50,000 for the struggling Berkeley radio station. But more important, he hopes to bring joy to millions of Deadheads – a subculture that’s bigger now than when lead guitarist Jerry Garcia was alive…Gans will sit in the studio from 9 a.m. today until 1 a.m. Sunday playing live Grateful Dead songs and interviews. There’s no advance plan. Like a Dead show itself, the show will evolve spontaneously in tune with the listeners’ collective mood.

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