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.
Ambient/Improv version of If I Had The World To Give by The Conversation2.0
Check out my new GD tribute band Ted & Company's first video! I previously submitted a solo video to Dead Covers Project back in 2016 of an early Dead medley on 12-string guitar. Everyone in this video is no older than 21 besides our bassist, Ted Silverman.
David Bryan and the Terrapin Chamber Ensemble, featuring:
* Kenny Brooks (Ratdog)
* Zach Nugent (JGB w/ Melvin Seals)
* Waynard Scheller (John Kadlecik Band, Rainbow Full of Sound)
* Joe Gallant (John Kadlecik Band, Illuminati Orchestra)
* Noah Munro Lehrman (Gratefully Yours, Skeleton Keys)
This is from a concert we did in an actual crypt in NYC last June - with cremains interred in the wall behind us!
Full show coming soon. :-)
married me a wife she's been trouble all my life
- Catfish John - :)
( I'm not sure how to present a performance besides this message. I not good with computers :)
...Ronnie is my family! :)
Hi, here's a humble contribution from London, England, to your Dead Covers Project 2018.
Uncle John and Uncle John
it’s a pleasure to be a part of this year’s dead covers project
Very cool! You don't see a lot of Stick players out there and almost none playing Dead music. Awesome stuff! \m/ (~);}
When my brother bought home Live Dead and I first heard Dark Star, it literally changed my life. It was one of the pivotal moments that made me want to make music. Below is my cover of Dark Star performed on the Chapman Stick Guitar.
We've been playing in Southwest Virginia for 32 years and counting. Last week we had one of the violinists from the Roanoke Symphony show up and play a few tunes with us. It was a lot of fun!