The Dead Covers Project 2016
This year's submissions period has ended. Check out all the great performance with the Official 2016 DEAD COVERS PROJECT playlist.
Whether you play just like Jerry or like to give the Grateful Dead's beloved classics a unique spin, the 2016 Dead Covers Project wants you! We're calling all musicians - near and far - to share your love for the music and magic of the Dead through video. Show off your musical chops and you just might find yourself front and center on Dead.net during the month of February! The rules are simple - all video submissions must contain a song either written by or recorded by the Dead. How that song is interpreted, however, is entirely up to you.
Upload your video to YouTube, tag it "DeadCoversProject," and we'll make it available to view on the band's official YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/gratefuldead. Can't carry a tune? Join the fun by "liking" your favorites on YouTube.
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Happy Valentine's Day to all you happy heads!
Here's my wintry entry for this year's always entertaining dead covers PROJECT!
Let It Grow at Cactus Jack's in Phoenix AZ.
Xtra Ticket Members
Charley Gnecco - Drums
Guy Ivester - Bass, Vocals
Evan Jones - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Elliot Jackson Rauch - Keyboards, Vocals
Michael Roberts - Drums
Special Guest- Alan Gilman - Lead Guitar and Vocals from Uncle John's Band in Tampa FL.
Livestream footage and audio from Andy Beckius, Soundboard Kenneth Kareta, Live Sounds recording from Guy Ivester, Video recording by Anna Gilman -- youtube video created by Alan Gilman
I guess technically speaking, it's not a "Dead" cover but it certainly is fun to play!
A little acoustic homage from across the pond for the 2016 Dead Covers Project
my submission for this years dead cover's project.
Built to Last by Jim Cleverly
Ha, Paul! The Grateful Dead is coming on strong now and occupying both the #9 and #10 spot. Nothing can stop them now. Of course it is their cover of "It's all over now, Baby Blue" for the DylanCoverProject 2016, but who's counting.
This is our other entry for the Dead Covers Project 2016. Hope you enjoy. Recorded on 21 November, 2015 at Berkeley Bob's Coffee House in Cullman, Alabama. Curious to know how many Alabama-sourced entries there are?
Chuck Puckett, Guitar & Vocals
Ruthie Puckett, Vocals
Richard Eade, Guitar & Vocals
Clark Williams, Drums & Vocals
Sujay Mylabathula, Bass
Re-posting this, for some reason the Covers Project is not finding our tagged video.
Here Comes Sunshine, performed by The Bear Bones Project: