Project is based on the memoir by roadie Steve Parish
Amazon Studios is developing a limited series about the band the Grateful Dead, the company announced Tuesday.
Based on the memoir “Home Before Daylight: My Life On the Road with the Grateful Dead” by roadie Steve Parish, the project will be executive produced by the band’s Bob Weir. Weir will oversee all of the musical aspects of the series.
As of yet, no writer is attached to the project.
With a career spanning more than three decades, the American rock band the Grateful dead released 13 studio albums as well as dozens of other live recordings. In 2007, the band recieved a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Bernie Cahill and ROAR will also serve as executive producers. Stephen Emery will serve as co-executive producer.
Parish is represented by UTA and Ryan Nord (Hirsch, Wallerstein, Hayum, Matlof, & Fishman). Weir is represented by UTA and Jacqueline Sabec (King, Holmes, Paterno & Berliner, LLP).