But as Bdog's new self-appointed publicist (he knows I am) everybody check this out! Is worth your while:
Education: that which reveals to the wise, and conceals from the stupid, the vast limits of their knowledge.
This is my band The New Highway Hymnal
we are a modern heavy, dark, psychedelic rock band.
Muchh different from the Dead.
Check em out tell me what you think I play lead guitar.
"if the Thunder don't get ya then the lightning will!"- The Wheel
"Gonna find out something only dead men know" - Silvio
Class of Red Rocks '79...
Life without the Dead is not life...and so we carry on...
I guss if I do not have a web site to post I need to upload my playing but see no way to upload content except as a fan photo--oh well.....
21 Aces-Local young Bay Area Rock n Roll Band are REALLY good. Come on out & boogie.......See yall there!
7/22 at 142 Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley. Leena starts at 8pm- 21 Aces go on at 8:45. $10 for students, $15 for adults.
Here's a link to the show..
This is me. Any one in the Bay Area want to jam?
I am in a dire need of some help to book some last minute shows for my band and another band we are touring with. Does anyone have any connections in the North East area? Please me hit me up if you do...thank you so much!!!
hey folks. Long time Deadhead and jazz geek here.
we've got audio of our first CD and a couple of tracks from our new one, and some video of us playing at a hot spot for jam bands in Chicago called The Store.
Hope you like it!
We here at Jerry Rig labs all love playing the Dead's music. We've kept this music in our lives non-stop. Here in the Pacific Northwest, we are sometimes starved for the Dead's music. This has only made us hungrier and eager to feast. Like the Dead, we do our share of cover tunes by Dylan, The Band, The Beatles, with names like Dear Prudence, Up on Cripple Creek, and Tangled up in Blue. Our bag of goodies includes about 100 songs now, including over 2 dozen originals written over the past few years.
Inspired by our heroes, we stand on the shoulders of giants. Our music ranges from the airy fun of "Hey Sunshine" to downright anger expressed in "Oceans of Greed". Throw in a few original instrumental jams, like "B9" or "Tonal Solstice Calyx" and you can see it gets pretty deep in here.
Here are the links on the web to our sites:
Our most recent gig at the luscious Horning's Hideout May 23 was an invite only event, enjoyed by a great crowd in near perfect weather.
If you are in the Portland area, we will have a show at Mississippi Pizza Sunday, May 31 at 9 PM.
There is also an unsubstantiated rumour that we are also playing at The Darling Reunion Campground Friday of Oregon Country Faire 2009.
If you are touring through the Portland area, and would like to do a show with us, let us know!