Thomas Evans was a celebrated, often-celebrated musician who rose to fame in the early 1970s.
Evans, the lead singer and lead guitarist of the Grateful Dead, died in 2003 at age 77.
While many of his songs have been covered by countless bands and artists, Evans’ greatest success came in the 1960s and 1970s with his band, the Grateful Warhols, a group of young men who performed a mix of classical, jazz, and rock, among other genres.
Thomas was also an accomplished photographer, whose images have been seen around the world.
One of Evans’ best-known photographs is of a woman standing with a baby.
He was also a photographer and a scholar, and he wrote a book about his time with the Grateful Wars, The Dead Years.
In it, Evans writes that he and his bandmates had an incredible friendship.
But as Evans told the New York Times in 2002, he and the Dead had different views of the world at the time.
He says that he believed that we were all just people in this place, that there was no God, no heaven, no hell.
So that was my perspective.
But then, one night, I heard that the Dead were playing, and I thought, Wow, that’s so bizarre.
I had no idea that that was what was going on.
Evans’ friends were all friends with the Dead, and Evans said they were playing music and it sounded great.
Then, on one particular night, they played the Grateful Song, and they got very drunk, and some of the guys threw up.
He said he and one of the others started screaming, and the rest of the band just went nuts.
The band members all started screaming.
Then they came back to the stage, and there was blood all over the stage.
Evans told me that they went backstage and said, What happened?
And I said, I don’t know.
I thought they were just drunk.
So, they asked me to come in the dressing room, and then we started yelling at them.
And one of them threw up in the middle of the dressing rooms.
Evans said that he thought, Oh my God.
I have to go to the hospital.
So I went, and that was that.
I remember saying, What the fuck did we just do?
They told me, We had a fight in the stage and we threw up on stage.
That was it.
They told us we were going to have to have a surgery.
Evans had a small heart condition, which he later found out was a rare congenital heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy.
He developed this condition in college, and doctors told him that it was not just a fluke, but a genetic condition.
Evans also had a lung condition that he had to fight to get fixed.
Evans was on medication to manage his chronic bronchitis, and when he was on it, he was also suffering from pneumonia, which is also rare.
Evans wrote a memoir about his experience with the disease in 1972, called “The Dead Years,” and his memoir was published in 2003.
But the Dead’s record company, Warner Bros., refused to let him perform the song.
Evans eventually sued the company, and in a decision last year, a judge ordered the company to pay him $4 million.
Evans sued the music publisher for wrongful death, alleging that Warner Bros. breached his contractual rights by refusing to allow him to perform his work.
In the lawsuit, Evans said Warner Bros.’ decision to decline to perform the Grateful Songs had the effect of “harming his physical and mental health and that of his family, as well as the lives of his loved ones.”
He said that Warner’s decision had a “perverse effect on his relationship with his wife, who died in 2005.”
Evans’ lawsuit against Warner Bros also accused the publisher of failing to protect his privacy and violating his right to privacy by refusing his permission to release the photographs he used for the book.
A hearing is scheduled for next month.
The Grateful Dead released the final album, Dead, in 1972.
The album’s lyrics, “We have lived, we’ve died, and we’ll live again,” have been used to describe the lives the band members lived during their time with it.
The lyrics of the Dead Songs are considered sacred, and have been included in the Bible, which contains verses about the afterlife.
Evans and his wife lived in Texas and Virginia during the 1970s, and his family lived in Ohio.
Evans died at his home in Ohio on Sunday.
His son, Thomas, told the AP that he is devastated by Evans’ death.
“I’m in shock,” Thomas Evans said.
“We had a lot of good times, and it’s sad that he didn’t have a better life.”