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sw fla chip's picture
Joined: Jun 7 2007
My first masters

Izzie, I checked out the Lindells. That is some good stuff!
I just uploaded 3 songs to They are the first three mixed and mastered versions of songs on my upcoming CD "Everyday Things." It's very much the kind of CD a Deadhead with kids might want to share with the family.
Black Dog Studio in Tampa is doing the mixing and mastering, and they are staying very true to my earthy sound. These are songs that I perform solo on guitar and harmonica, but on the album I also do keyboard and percussion. I have a few guests - my wife and daughter on backing vocals and my pal Eric Jackson ( on backing vocals and melodica.

"Folk rock for groovin families!"

Joined: Jun 28 2007
chris maloo

i play alone, mostly original when on stage but know alot of different songs, tons of dead, i play piano, guitar, conga, and i whistle

izzie's picture
Joined: May 26 2007
The Lindells

I'm not in a band, but I work for one. You can check 'em out here:

and on MySpace at

Pure Rocky Mountain Music at its best!

Joined: Jun 14 2007
Laffin' Bones and Doghouse Boyz...

Check out our websites and if you're in the area, take a gander at the schedules, come up and say hi!!!......
Play da blues!...

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Joined: Jun 28 2007
Hot Day at The Zoo

Hey Yall'
Im in a neat band called Hot Day at the Zoo, playing banjo and dobro. Anyone ever hear of us? Weve been playing all around turning people on to "Zoo-Grass" . Maybe in NYC for a Ratdog after party this summer. Otherwise, check us out at
I also do my own stuff at

Check it out and get in touch!
Jon (Squid)

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Joined: Jun 26 2007
Too young to die - too old to fly - too dumb to quit.

Believe it or not this music IS informed by the Dead - and 40 plus years of being in love
with Rock & Roll.
Waddya gonna do...
The Tailgunner

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Joined: Jun 25 2007
Fat Wednesday

Is the name of my current outfit.
check us out @

we're a 60's through 90's cover band specializing in private parties, weddings, graduations, anniversaries, etc...but we do a few bar gigs for fun too!

We camp pretty heavily on the 70's, and do abut half a dozen Dead covers.

Been a musician professionally for 20 years, but it's grown into a side project for me since I now have a family to feed and mortage to pay!

I've recorded and played live with Steve Kimock on a number of occasions and shared the stage with acts such as Dinosaurs, Robert Hunter, Kingfish, Zero, Phish, WSP, SCI, & Blues Traveller.

That's it in a nutshell.

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Joined: Jun 26 2007
Alone & Acoustic

I have just been doing the Solo thing lately.....Alone & Acoustic.............doing lots of Dead, Dylan, Stones, Band, Cash, etc. Nothing new, just the solid gold classics from 50's through 70's, except for all GD music. Come check some out if you are into it.

Let There be Songs To Fill The Air!

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Joined: May 26 2007

now there's a name from our past... Wonder how he's doing.

Joined: May 26 2007
Awesome Light Band!

I think I saw the Awesome Light Band at the Ashkenaz a few times. Was Clayton Call the drummer in that band?

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