A lot of folks here are musicians and play in bands. Here's the place to talk about them. What kind of music you play, upcoming gigs, etc.
Hey everyone I an new here but i look forward to talking to some of you.
I recently did a cover of New Speedway Boogie. Guitars, Drums, Bass and all recording and editing done by me.
Check it out if you want!
hey now! doesn't seem like this page gets a lot of traffic, but just in case, wanted to share this with you all!
David Bryan, of David Bryan and Friends here! We were one of the "final four" of the covers project in 2015: http://www.dead.net/features/david-bryan-and-friends/dead-covers-project...
In 2014 I presented a full-blown grateful dead concert in a NYC historic landmark church on park avenue (featuring Kenny Brooks from Ratdog on sax). it was billed as a jerry garcia memorial concert, and was sponsored by the Mid-Manhattan Performing Arts Foundation. we had it professionally recorded, and that live recording is now up on itunes and google play.
IF YOU LOVE HARMONIES, THEN THIS ALBUM IS FOR YOU!!! i hope some of you will check it out. :-) David Bryan and Friends performs regularly in NYC. I also have a band in NC doing the same music, with a different group of musicians: David Bryan and Friends, South.
Here's the link. Enjoy!
Howdy! This link will take you to a 3 tune set of my music. Please let me know what you think. Enjoy!
I can't believe that myspace still has music saved!
"DEAL" is awesome guys! totally enjoyed
Hey DH's, long time listener, first time caller. (lol)
I'm typing from my secret cave at the rear of my house in sunlight when you're at night. I'm also from the future. The future says Hi.
My first GD exp was via an underground comic that hipped me to them - but almost more important than the music, it established in my head that there was an entire group of people who had a connection to a band in a sense of community, not fandom. I think that's really cool.
Anyway, we're a band on our own trip, but one that might have met with some GD nod of approval in an alternate universe. In fact this could be the alternate universe. We can't really ever be sure.
Down here, in Sydney, we're part of a blues and roots scene. We're a bit nuevo, a bit retro and a bit mutant. Quite a bit.
We've been touring the states for the last two years and finding our way. We've found that same sense of connection in the mid west of the US and we're coming back this year.
I'm not super organised enough to have a list of dates etc, but i know we'll be in Rockford, Illinois 8/27 and in Indianapolis and Bloomington IN on the labor day weekend. Plus whatever random dates we can hustle LOL.
On behalf of your friends in the Stormcellar, i'd like to invite you come and experience another sense of community with us. We're powered by love, in search of the ecstatic and keen for a good time.
To peer inside our head go to www.stormcellar.com.au and because I can, here's one of our songs, written during our last tour, besides the Rock River, in Byron Illinois, and recorded at a studio about three blocks from my house in Five Dock, New South Wales Australia. Far out huh?
If this resonates with you, if you find us, be sure to come tell me.
Michael 'MJEB' Barry
Things got weird and we turned pro.
Come shake your bones with Sunshine Daydream this Saturday night!!
No cover, cold beer, and a great time :-)
Kelley's - 75 S. Main St. Haverhill, MA 01835 - (978) 374-0132
Sunshine Daydream will be doing two long sets of Grateful Dead and other jammy stuff this Saturday, 4/25 9PM at Kelly's Haverhill, MA.
75 S. Main St
Haverhill, MA 01835
Come on out and shake your bones!
This *was* my GD tribute group.... Laughing Water. We are reuniting for a show in the Boston area this July - we think. Details still being worked out. I'm on keys.
I am doing new things now.. here's my current folk rock trio, Triptych.
Join the SLAP Jazz Quartet as they celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the founding of the Grateful Dead. The quartet will be performing a set of the Dead's music using jazz idioms and arrangements. The hour long set will be a condensation of the traditional two set Dead concert format, but will be true to form and flow of a show. Aside from a healthy dose of jamming, the show will contain many of Robert Hunter and John Barlow's best lyrical pieces.
Where: Lakewood Public Library, 15425 Detroit Ave, Lakewood, OH 44107
When: Sunday, April 12, 2 p.m.