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She and the three friends she was with each took a piece of her camera and hid the pieces inside a pants leg or elsewhere on their person. Jennings' Canon into Pittsburgh's Civic Arena for a concert by The Grateful Dead, so she could photograph the famed San Francisco improvisational rock band. Jennings, then a University of Alabama student, had shot plenty of bands in Tuscaloosa, including college radio stars R. Coming up on 30 years since her first Dead show, on a recent muggy afternoon Jennings is seated on a comfy chair in her South Huntsville home.

This was her first time shooting The Grateful Dead though. She had started listening to The Dead's music because the guy who lived next door to her in Tuscaloosa was into them "and I was totally into him, so I sent away for tickets and invited him to the show," she recalls now.

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