University Seeks Grateful Dead Archivist
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
And our last word in business today is about a job opening in Santa Cruz, California.
(Soundbite of song, Big Boss Man)
GRATEFUL DEAD (Rock Group): (Singing) Big boss man
MONTAGNE: The word is Deadhead wanted. The University of California, Santa Cruz needs someone to manage its Grateful Dead archive. The school has a trove of recordings, documents, clippings, art and material related to the bands famous network of fans, known as Deadheads.
Candidates will need, quote, expert knowledge of contemporary popular music and a Masters degree in archive management.
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