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Mickey Hart Drums At AARP Meeting

07:01 AM Monday 9/24/12 | |

Longtime Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart came to New Orleans with a message for thousands of attendees at the AARP’s national convention: Music has therapeutic powers.

Hart spoke about the importance of music and playing instruments. He led a drum circle with hundreds of drummers at the convention, which ended Saturday.

Hart and neurologist Adam Gazzaley a professor at the University of California at San Francisco, spoke about research showing music has a positive effect on the brain and how playing music can help offset the mental declines of aging.

  • Mickey Hart

    Ogden Theater, Denver, Colo.
    May 17, 2012

    (Larry Hulst)

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Throughout the convention attendees could stop into a music-making pavilion.


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