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It was the summer of 1986, and he had gone to see the resurgent band play RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. with Tom Petty and Bob Dylan. “Triple billing,” the Las Vegas-based photographer remembers. “It was a really cool show.”

But, for him, it would prove to be more than that. Kabik didn’t know it at the time, but that show would launch an obsession with the Grateful Dead that would come to define his life. Soon he was following the group on tour between college classes, selling burritos in parking lots and finding his way into the photo pit to train his lens on the band that inspired him.

Today, Kabik is a veteran rock photographer who’s shot everyone from Willie Nelson to the Wu-Tang Clan, and whose work has appeared in Rolling Stone andGQ. But his career started back in those Dead-head days, when he was just a kid in a tie-dye T-shirt, toting around a camera and dancing into the night.

It was the summer of 1986, and he had gone to see the resurgent band play RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. with Tom Petty and Bob Dylan. “Triple billing,” the Las Vegas-based photographer remembers. “It was a really cool show.”

But, for him, it would prove to be more than that. Kabik didn’t know it at the time, but that show would launch an obsession with the Grateful Dead that would come to define his life. Soon he was following the group on tour between college classes, selling burritos in parking lots and finding his way into the photo pit to train his lens on the band that inspired him.

Today, Kabik is a veteran rock photographer who’s shot everyone from Willie Nelson to the Wu-Tang Clan, and whose work has appeared in Rolling Stone andGQ. But his career started back in those Dead-head days, when he was just a kid in a tie-dye T-shirt, toting around a camera and dancing into the night.

It was the summer of 1986, and he had gone to see the resurgent band play RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. with Tom Petty and Bob Dylan. “Triple billing,” the Las Vegas-based photographer remembers. “It was a really cool show.”

But, for him, it would prove to be more than that. Kabik didn’t know it at the time, but that show would launch an obsession with the Grateful Dead that would come to define his life. Soon he was following the group on tour between college classes, selling burritos in parking lots and finding his way into the photo pit to train his lens on the band that inspired him.

Today, Kabik is a veteran rock photographer who’s shot everyone from Willie Nelson to the Wu-Tang Clan, and whose work has appeared in Rolling Stone andGQ. But his career started back in those Dead-head days, when he was just a kid in a tie-dye T-shirt, toting around a camera and dancing into the night.

It was the summer of 1986, and he had gone to see the resurgent band play RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. with Tom Petty and Bob Dylan. “Triple billing,” the Las Vegas-based photographer remembers. “It was a really cool show.”

But, for him, it would prove to be more than that. Kabik didn’t know it at the time, but that show would launch an obsession with the Grateful Dead that would come to define his life. Soon he was following the group on tour between college classes, selling burritos in parking lots and finding his way into the photo pit to train his lens on the band that inspired him.

Today, Kabik is a veteran rock photographer who’s shot everyone from Willie Nelson to the Wu-Tang Clan, and whose work has appeared in Rolling Stone andGQ. But his career started back in those Dead-head days, when he was just a kid in a tie-dye T-shirt, toting around a camera and dancing into the night.