Garden of Memories

Buried here:

Gram Parsons

Gram recorded as a solo artist and also worked in several bands, including The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers. Gram fell in love with Joshua Tree National Monument and would go there frequently.

Before his 1973 tour, he decided to visit the area again. Less than two days after arriving at the Joshua Tree Inn in Room #8, Parsons was discovered unresponsive in his bedroom. The official cause of death was an overdose of morphine and alcohol.

The Byrds Discography

1965 – Mr. Tambourine Man
1965 – Turn! Turn! Turn!
1966 – Fifth Dimension
1967 – Younger Than Yesterday
1968 – The Notorious Byrd Brothers
1968 – Sweetheart of the Rodeo
1969 – Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde
1969 – Ballad of Easy Rider
1970 – (Untitled)
1971 – Byrdmaniax
1971 – Farther Along
1973 – Byrds

The Flying Burrito Brothers Discography

1969 – The Gilded Palace of Sin
1970 – Burrito Deluxe
1971 – The Flying Burrito Bros
1975 – Flying Again
1976 – Airborne
1994 – Eye of a Hurricane
1997 – California Jukebox
1999 – Sons of the Golden West

Garden of Memories
4900 Airline Drive
Metairie,  LA 70001
504 833-378