How much is Jerry Garcia worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Jerry Garcia? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Jerry Garcia's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\nJerome John "Jerry" Garcia (1 de agosto de 1942 - 9 de agosto de 1995) fue un cantautor y guitarrista estadounidense m\u00e1s conocido por su trabajo como guitarrista y vocalista de la banda Grateful Dead, que gan\u00f3 prominencia durante la era de la contracultura (1960). Aunque desautoriz\u00f3 el papel, Garc\u00eda fue visto por muchos como el l\u00edder o "portavoz" del grupo.\nUno de sus fundadores, Garc\u00eda actu\u00f3 con los Grateful Dead durante sus treinta a\u00f1os de carrera (1965-1995). Tambi\u00e9n fund\u00f3 y particip\u00f3 en una variedad de proyectos paralelos, incluyendo la banda Saunders-Garcia (con su amigo Merl Saunders), la "Jerry Garcia Band", "Old and in the Way", el d\u00fao ac\u00fastico Garcia \/ Grisman, "Legion of Mary" y "New Riders of the Purple Sage" (que Garc\u00eda co-fund\u00f3 con John Dawson y David Nelson). Lanz\u00f3 varios \u00e1lbumes como solista, y contribuy\u00f3 a numerosos \u00e1lbumes de otros artistas durante a\u00f1os como m\u00fasico de sesi\u00f3n. Es muy conocido por su caracter\u00edstica forma de tocar la guitarra y fue clasificado el 13\u00ba por la revista Rolling Stone en los "100 Guitarristas m\u00e1s grandes de toda la historia".\nA lo largo de su vida, Garc\u00eda estaba a veces enfermo debido a su diabetes, y en 1986 entr\u00f3 en un coma diab\u00e9tico que casi le cost\u00f3 la vida. Aunque su salud general mejor\u00f3 un poco despu\u00e9s de eso, tambi\u00e9n luch\u00f3 con su adicci\u00f3n a la hero\u00edna y la coca\u00edna, y permaneci\u00f3 en una instalaci\u00f3n de rehabilitaci\u00f3n de drogas en California cuando muri\u00f3 de un ataque al coraz\u00f3n en agosto de 1995 a la edad de 53 a\u00f1os.\n\n\n\nJerry_Garcia's Biography \n Jerry Garc\u00eda's paternal ancestors were from Galicia, in northwestern Spain. His mother's ancestors were Irish and Swedish. He was born in San Francisco, California, on August 1, 1942, with his parents Jos\u00e9 Ram\u00f3n "Joe" Garc\u00eda and Ruth Marie "Bobbie" Clifford Garc\u00eda, born in San Francisco. His parents named him that by composer Jerome Kern. Jerome John was his second son, preceded by Clifford Ramon "Tiff", who was born in 1937. Shortly before Clifford's birth, his father and a partner leased a building in downtown San Francisco and turned it into a bar. Punished by a musicians union for night work. \n Garcia was influenced by music at an early age, taking piano lessons for much of his childhood. His father was a retired professional musician and his mother enjoyed playing the piano. His father's extended family - who had emigrated from Spain in 1919 - often sang during meetings. \n Garcia experienced several tragedies during his youth. At four years of age, while the family was on vacation in the Santa Cruz mountains, he suffered the amputation of two thirds of the right middle finger while, together with his brother Tiff, they were cutting firewood. Jerry placed a piece of wood with his finger, but Tiff miscalculated and the ax cut off most of Jerry's middle finger. After his mother wrapped his hand in a towel, Garcia's father took him over 30 miles to the nearest hospital. A few weeks later, Garcia, who had not looked at his finger since the accident, was surprised to discover that most of it was missing when the bandage he wore came out during a bath. Garc\u00eda later confided that he used it frequently in his youth, showing it to other children in his neighborhood. \n Less than a year after he lost most of his finger, his father died. On a vacation with his family near Arcata in northern California in 1947, Garcia's father went fly fishing on the Trinity River, part of the Six Rivers National Forest. Shortly after entering the river, Garcia's father slipped on a rock, lost his balance and was dragged by the river rapids. He drowned before other fishermen could catch him. Although Garcia claimed to have seen his father fall into the river, Dennis McNally, author of "The Strange Long Journey: The Inside Story of the Grateful Dead," argues that Garcia formed the memory after listening to others repeat the story. Blair Jackson, who wrote "Garcia: An American Life," lends weight to McNally's claim. Jackson's evidence: an article in a local newspaper describing Jos\u00e9's death did not mention that Garc\u00eda was present when his father died. \n After the accident, Garcia's mother took over her husband's bar, buying her partner for the entire property. As a result, Ruth Garcia began working full time, sending Jerry and her brother to live near their parents, Tillie and William Clifford. During the five-year period he lived with his grandparents, Garc\u00eda enjoyed great autonomy and attended the Monroe School, the local primary school. At school, Garcia was very encouraged in her artistic abilities by her third grade teacher: through her, she discovered that "being a creative person was a viable possibility in life". According to Garcia, it was at this time that he opened to country and bluegrass for his grandmother, whom he remembered to enjoy listening to the Grand Ole Opry. However, his older brother, Clifford, firmly believed otherwise, insisting that Garcia was "fantasizing about everything [that] ... he had been in Opry, but he did not listen to him on the radio." That's when Garcia started playing the banjo, his first string instrument. \n In 1953, Garcia's mother married Wally Matusiewicz. Later, Garcia and his brother returned home with their mother and their new stepfather. However, due to the poor reputation of her neighborhood at the time, Excelsior district, Garcia's mother moved her family to Menlo Park. During his stay in Menlo Park, Garcia became acquainted with racism and anti-Semitism, which displeased him intensely. The same year, Garcia was also introduced to rock and roll and rithmyn & amp; Blues for his brother, and enjoyed listening to people like Ray Charles, John Lee Hooker, B. King, Hank Ballard and later Chuck Berry. Clifford often memorized the voices of his favorite songs, and then Garcia learned the parts of harmony, a movement that Garcia later attributed much of his early ear training. \n\n\n\n\n\nJerry Garcia Net Worth - $40 Million\n\n\n\n\n\nMore Facts about Jerry Garcia\n\nThe Jerry Garcia's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.