I joined a four-piece band a few months ago as bassist, and we've performed "Truckin'" at our gigs. The guitarist and I are trying to work "Tennessee Jed" into the lineup.
I had an acoustic guitar duo for a couple of years, but my partner moved to Colorado, where his girlfriend lives. We used to play a lot of Dead, including a whole set's worth on the 10th anniversary of the day Jerry died.
A few weeks ago, I met a very talented guitarist named Patti Spadaro who has relocated to this area (near Pittsburgh) from California, where she wowed everyone with her chops. Patti heard me playing a few Dead tunes at an informal performance and introduced herself. We decided to pair up and plan to start playing shows next month.
I play in a band called Tombstone Bound. We do mostly all originals, just recorded a new tune last night. This is my first post here and I'm not sure if I'm doing it right. Really like the sight so far and looking forward to meeting some folks here.
I am a founder and the bass player for The VW Project. The VWP is a 4 piece band that plays primarily JGB material, but alas we cannot ignore the GD material and as such, we do play some Dead tunes. We can be found on the web at www.thevwproject.com or www.myspace.com/thevwproject.
Currently we are in rehearsals for the "Splintered Sunlight Family Campout" produced by Who Hill. This is an all day event in Consetoga, PA (Lancaster County) with (in order of appearence) Realitive Matter, The VW Project, Moses Livingston & The Raggamuffins and Splintered Sunlight. There is vending and camping with an acoustic jam around the campfire at the night's end. Music begins at noon on September 8th and addmission is $40 in advacne, $60 day of show. The bands are not getting paid a ton of money and the addmission is to help offset the costs of producing this show. This is the third year for this event and it's a ton of fun!
For ticket information please go to www.whohill.net.
Oh, and this site rocks!
Since I'm in the warfrat category, I tend to make music on my own these days, that and a day job make it somewhat perilous to play out and about right now. I'm always interested in new connections so come to my site
My stuff is also available through the iTunes music store as a free podcast
Use the email link to write me and comment on the tunes if you so desire.
Hear my quick to load with dial up, only 22k to 80k MIDI music on the Net at www.archure.net I am formerly from Hollywood 50's -64, Mendocino 64 - 72, Marin 72-78, L.A. CA 79-95 got stuck there potential music deals feel thru, and now in Las Vegas Nevada stuck here since 95 but havin fun for at least a couple of years now, finally. Saw the Other Ones at the Thomas & Mac center in Vegas (good concert place, so is the Sun Coast, saw Tower of Power there, but when Rat Dog played the Palms, I was so broke I couldn't go in, except the let me in before the show just to hang out thanks, but I couldn't afford the music, and I lived across the street, but things are better now. Hear my cool music at www.archure.net Not in a band now, but am listed with Musicians Contact Service on the net and you can contact me at www.archure.net
Music for the New Millennium by ARCHURE reg tmrk www.archure.net
hey now good peoples,
dang, this new site is bangin...
anyway, thought i'd direct any wandering souls passing through to our little corner of the net. we got a thing going we call deal by dusk. i'm not exactly sure what kind of music it is that we play - but, we humbly cover 'Loser' on our last jammy. any interested parites can listen to it at
mostly playing in soCal this summer, but we'll be hitting the road in the fall. please give us a shout if you're so inclined
d b d
Please check out Juba Juba! We're from Denver and play the music of the Grateful Dead in our own unique way. If you live in or are visiting Colorado, come to a show and say "hey"! You''ll find our schedule on our web site and myspace page. Hope to see you!
First of all - Woody, checked out your myspace.com/woodyinthebasement page. Good stuff - like the mando in G minor.
I put 4 new songs on myspace.com/chipwithrow last night. They are all on my upcoming CD titled Everyday Things. What you will hear on myspace and on my web site, chipwithrow.com, are the rough mixes. I'm sending them off to Black Dog Studios in Tampa to get mixed and mastered this week.
The songs on myspace now are special because they feature the singing debut of my 5-year-old daughter Josie ("Gnu Gnu") and my wife Anna ("Everyday Things" - she does a whistling solo too). My friend Eric Jackson (myspace.com/ericjacksonmusic) plays melodica on "Gnu Gnu" and sings background on "Hello to the Rain."
What I do is folk rock with a kids/family twist. My wife is my manager, and we're putting together a whole multi-media concept with activities, educational stuff, merchandise ... I'm a teacher, and a lot of the songs have (I like to think) learning value.
My wife thinks Hello to the Rain sounds like a song Weir might sing. I've been told Gnu Gnu sounds like a Phish song - I know I've seen folks grooving to it at my gigs.
Also on myspace, scroll down to the comments and check out the cd cover art done by my pal James Hixson.
"Got a few wrinkles but that's OK, hang out in the breeze and they'll blow away"
HEYYYNOWWW--- great stuff- I sincerely hope you all get it together and go to my global spot, http//bandjam.spaces.com this is a place where we can share files of our own music and add more stuff and share back, constantly adding to the jam!! there is no telling what may come from it---- bass from Europe, drums from Africa, Keyboard from Asia, guitar from America--- blend it up, share it and pass it on---- also go to facebook--- the virtual band--- let us hook up
I am a guitarist/vocalist interested in jamming on eastern LI. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.