Our Board Members
Andy Logan is the founder and president of Grateful Guitars. He is also a psychotherapist operating a practice in Woodside, CA. Previously, Andy worked in high-tech marketing for successful start-ups, S3 Incorporated and NVIDIA Corporation. Andy has shared his expertise as a volunteer as board chair of Phillips Brooks School and is a board member for Fit Kids, a non-profit that provides fitness for under served youths. He’s Executive Producer of the films Andy Irons:Kissed By God (2018) and The US Generation Documentary (2017) and for Alex Jordan’s debut album, The Subtle Exhibitionist (2020). He is currently producing a documentary on the musical legacy of the Grateful Dead. He’s produced several concerts, including Merry Jerry, which provides funding for Jerry Day. He’s steward of Jerry Garcia’s Alligator and Martin D-28 and has a large collection of gear and has privately donated instruments to several pro players and jam bands. He’s also an avid surfer and is passionate about his family, environment, social justice, writing, and live music.
Michael Fugazzotto is a Managing Director at Omnicom, a New York based global marketing communications firm. Michael is a firm believer in the power of music to bring people together. He holds a B.A in Economics from St. Lawrence University. He currently resides in San Anselmo, CA. He joined Grateful Guitar’s board in 2018.
The son of an art history professor, and an antique weapons collector, Jason Scheuner learned from a very young age how to deal with items of historical significance. Jason helped to establish the market for Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia art and memorabilia by curating three large scale global auctions for Bonhams auction house in 2007, 2008, and 2012. Jason is also a collector and remains active in both the art and memorabilia markets. Dedicating his life to the service of music and musicians, Jason has been involved in Artist Relations since the mid 1990s, and is currently the Artist Liaison for Telefunken Elektroakustik, the world’s premier microphone company. Jason is the owner/custodian of two of Phil Lesh’s best known bass guitars, and has been involved in the sale of at least eight of Jerry Garcia’s guitars. A lifelong Deadhead, and a supporter of Opera Memphis and the Iris Orchestra, Jason was a perfect fit for our Foundation. His blend of experience in research, provenance, and restoration, as well as his experience working directly with musicians will be a welcome asset to Grateful Guitars.
Lars Fredrik “Fred” Strame was born in Stockholm, Sweden. He grew up in New Canaan, Connecticut and attended the University of Rhode Island, graduating in 1991 with a degree in economics. Fred has worked for almost thirty years in financial services. He currently serves as Program Manager at Fisher Investments. Fred lives in Foster City and is an avid live music fan. Fred is also passionate about photography and animals.
Ed Reines is passionate about classic rock, live music and especially the Jerry Garcia style. He was fortunate to attend many Grateful Dead and JGB concerts as well as a host of landmark classic rock shows around the globe. Ed is keenly interested in growing Jerry’s legacy and supporting live jam music via Grateful Guitars and beyond.
For his day job, Ed is a trial attorney in the intellectual property field. He is the co-head of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP’s patent litigation and life sciences practices. He has long taught at Berkeley Law School. Ed graduated from Columbia Law School in 1988 and immediately bee-lined to San Francisco to immerse in the thriving music scene there. He strives to pay that glorious experience forward.