We are a bunch of "old" dead heads who just love to jam as often as possible (our goal is once a week but life sometimes gets in the way) We just play for fun with no real agenda. We do the music of the Dead, Dylan, Beatles, other assorted stuff and even originals. I always like to say that we are a drum circle with a lot of guitars. But in fact we are looking for a drummer and or percussionist and keyboard player. If you are interested in joining us (even occasionally) contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave me your phone number and a little bit about you and we will contact you.
Hello everyone. If you have the time, give my band OVERMIND a listen. Positive experimental reggae with a message. You can hear all of our songs and download our EP for free at Reverbnation.com/OvermindNJ
let me know what you think, and I hope you enjoy. Feel free to "like" our facebook page also!
On Monday my friend and I are going to have a jam/recording session. We are huge deadheads and have been jamming for a while. We thought it was time to honor the dead. Here are the tracks we are going to attempt to cover.
Ramble on Rose
Viola Lee Blues
Dennisw from DNC here. We're nose down working on our next album, and have been previewing tracks on our Facebook and website. If you "Like" the Facebook page you'll get access to free downloads, etc. http://facebook.com/voodooloons
Also just loaded brand new songs, old songs, alt mixes, outtakes, experimental tracks, etc. to the free stream on the website. Just lick the Loons Radio link towards the right. http://voodooloons.com/sounds.html
Finally, if you're in the Midwest we'll be playing a big St. Paddy's Day show at the historic Southgate House in Cincinnati. Lots of great music on the bill, give us a shout if you're int eh area.
you can email me at illuminoidal at mac dot com, or drop me a note via dead net
But I'd love to collaborate with some other Dead scholars on a covers band that included a good number of Dead tracks. I sing, I play passable acoustic guitar. Don't have a whole lot of gear, just a whole lotta love for the music. No, I don't have a myspace page. If you're near Long Beach (California), let's meet up for a listening party and see if we are interested in a collaboration. This is not intended to be a big touring band or get on a label, just music for music's sake in my local area.
My band Reform covering this GD-classic.
I'm new to these forums, but I've been a deadhead for about 16 years now - ever since I got Dicks Picks Vol II when I was 16. Anyhow, I've got a band in England called Special Preserve, and we play music that we jam on - kind of bluesy country funk. We've just finished some new recordings, so check em out if you have a minute at www.myspace.com/specialpreserve
Hope you like em!
RETROFEST 24, PAYING TRIBUTE TO SUMMER JAM 1973 37th ANNIVERSARY TO BENEFIT THE LONG ISLAND CRISIS CENTER
Organized by Allan Spielman of Retrofestival.Org in partnership with Act1Entertainment.Net, Retrofest 24 will celebrate the 37th anniversary of the famous Summer Jam 1973 with a musical lineup of Retro69, BigDaddy & The Bulldogs and Blacklight to sample the original Watkins Glen concert experience. The show will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2010 from 8:30pm – 2:00am at the Sunset Grill, 4068 Sunrise Highway, Seaford NY. $10 donation at the door. Every dollar raised will benefit Long Island Crisis Center, a non-profit intervention center that offers counseling, information, referral, and other supportive services, primarily through a 24-hour a day, seven-day-a-week telephone crisis hotline & live online counseling. They also advocate for appropriate services & programming on behalf of Long Island’s underserved and disenfranchised population.
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But I am now working with promoting them, booking gigs, etc.
Give em a listen and tell me what you think.
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