Hey now, everyone!!
Every year for the past 13 years, our bassist David Tauberg, has organized a benefit for Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank called "D-JAM".
For the past several years it's been a show where theCAUSE plays with tons of guests and it's always a fun and productive evening. THIS year's D-Jam will be theCAUSE playing all night long with very special guest, STEVE KIMOCK!!! We will have a few wonderful guest vocalists throughout the night, but it will predominantly be KIMOCK & theCAUSE!.
Saturday, March 31st
FRANKIE & GEORGIE'S
SPECIAL GUEST -
Benefit for Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
5832 Forward Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Hey Dead family! I have really been enjoying all the amazing covers during this months project. Thanks for the inspiration!
We play original music that is inspired, in part, by the Dead's early 70's sound. We also do a yearly Halloween show as the Dead...here's a clip from 2010. If you want to hear our original music (I promise it will be worth your time!) go to themayflies dot com. All of our music is availble to stream on our music page.
Acid Rain Light Show is....well, a light show, up in South-Western British Columbia. The only bands we've worked with that you'd have heard of would be The Country Joe Band and Eric Burden and the Animals. But also several Dead cover bands over our 38 years of existence. You are invited to check us out on Facebook-just search Acid Rain Light Show.
I haven't posted in this thread since 2008! So, I figure a refresher is in order. Here's theCAUSE at our annual Potter County party. A lovely, annual gathering of 150-250 friends where we play music, hang out, eat & drink and be together for 3 days. We've tightened up the band a bit. Here, Patti Spadaro (guitar) and Andrea Pearl (backing vocals) sit in with us. Check out our site: www.theCAUSEjams.com and we hope you'll enjoy (as well as "LIKE") our videos on the Dead Covers Project!!
this was a spin off from the south florida long time dead band Crazy Fingers
old rough video of mountains of the moon. not sure how to get it into the sight to be seen