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Toni Brown just finished RELIX, The Book: The Grateful Dead Experience. She and guitarist Ed Munson are putting a fall 2009 tour together, and working on next year's festival bookings. For more info, contact Toni at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Toni is a singer/songwriter/guitarist, and has toured with many members of the Dead and the extended family. She was publisher of Relix Magazine from 1979-2000, and is active in the music world, not only as a musician, but as a publicist, promoter and is always helping bands get out into the world.
San Francisco based band thats been following the 2009 spring tour in a 1964 IH schoolie
They have been playing the lots. I caught them at the Greensboro, East Rutherford, and Philly shows. If you want to catch a great set they will be in the Denver shake down until the show starts. Awesome!
check them out @ strangefeather.us or search youtube.com for strangefeather (all one word)
Hey guys i just joined a band with my friends that i have been jamming with for about a couple months. We were strawberry jam but we changed our name to Odacious Green. Here is our site. http://www.myspace.com/odaciousgreen
the age range is 16-20. We are all good friends and we play a bunch of our own originals that we jam too but we do many grateful dead, some allman brothers and some phish covers as well. We are working on getting more music up on the myspace, even some of our dead covers. We cover many dead songs which is pretty cool because there are like very few bands from my area that even listen to the dead. We do
Scarlet > Fire
China > Rider
and many songs from the very best of like ripple, friend of the devil, uncle johns band, box of rain.
we are currently working on Help > Slip > Frank
If anyone that is around Philly can help us out with shows, please let me know
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crowded with people, flags waving in the air, psychedelic hippie mentality reigns over love peace and understanding. A roar of music comes from the stage with guitar feedback, tight, deep drum grooves and the growl of a thundering bass.
That's the music of TRIO (The.Rhythm.Is.Odd)
Imagine Woodstock. crowded with people, flags waving in the air, psychedelic hippie mentality reigns over love peace and understanding. A roar of music comes from the stage with guitar feedback, tight, deep drum grooves and the growl of a thundering bass.
That's my band :) give it a try
My band is.....Ong's Hat & we play paranormal Jamm Rock
A few of us are trying to get a bluegrass band going. I'm playing fiddle, acoustic guitar; another's on banjo, another on guitar and mandolin. We'll see how things work out. But how does this relate to the Dead? Often "Friend of the Devil" or "I Know You Rider" and others will be played. And just last week the banjo player started in with "Lonesome Road Blues!" "Aha!" I said, I know this one, and I sang it as I've heard it so often on one of my live Dead recordings. There's a ton of Dead stuff which lends itself to a bluegrass interpretation. (And I do enjoy much of their electric stuff, too, but I just concentrate on the acoustic when I'm playing.) Indeed, at last year's California Bluegrass Campout this fine guitarist played a smooth "Ripple." Very nice.
By the way, I'm new, so hello to all.