DEAD COVERS PROJECT 2018
It's about that time to break out the banjo, gather up the family band, and let your creativity flow, visually and vocally. The DEAD COVERS PROJECT returns in 2018! We will be featuring selections on Grateful Dead properties all February long but you can send in your submissions as soon as January 1st. Simply 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 in February.
As a tribute to our favorite band Scott Somerville and myself, Kellen Lindley, have found it in us to enter into the #deadcoversproject submission to potentially be featured on their youtube channel and website!
This is our rendition of Scarlet Begonias which was recorded live in Attic Records Studio in Peterborough, Ontario which I founded.
You can find more of our band: Peace Sand Rest, and our original music at these locations below:
"Row Jimmy" by Uncle John's Banjo for Dead covers project 2018
Uncle John's Banjo is a Boston based Bluegrass Infused Dead band
Here is The Promised Land's Hebrew version IMHBTR.
The Promised Land is an Israel-based, cross-cultural, Hebrew Dead/Garcia project. Enjoy!
Look for The Promised Land on Bandcamp
I joined my Dad's New England based Grateful Dead tribute band 2 years ago after the previous rhythm guitarist departed. I tried to get the guys to do a submission last year but unfortunately we kind of dropped the ball on putting something together in time.
I wanted to make sure we were able to participate in the 2018 project, so we threw a couple cameras up during one of our recent rehearsals and recorded a few different tunes. We thought this Ramble On Rose was the best of the bunch. Really enjoy checking out everyone's contributions! The music never stopped...
so glad you got the YouTube hassles straightened out.
I just want to thank UMPG and Alan (my wonderful hubby) for getting my video unblocked in the continental US on Youtube :D
This one's not even tagged right and we recorded it nearly four years ago, but I forgot that it turned out awful pretty. This is all just about sharing the music and keeping it alive, right?