you can email me at illuminoidal at mac dot com, or drop me a note via dead net
But I'd love to collaborate with some other Dead scholars on a covers band that included a good number of Dead tracks. I sing, I play passable acoustic guitar. Don't have a whole lot of gear, just a whole lotta love for the music. No, I don't have a myspace page. If you're near Long Beach (California), let's meet up for a listening party and see if we are interested in a collaboration. This is not intended to be a big touring band or get on a label, just music for music's sake in my local area.
My band Reform covering this GD-classic.
I'm new to these forums, but I've been a deadhead for about 16 years now - ever since I got Dicks Picks Vol II when I was 16. Anyhow, I've got a band in England called Special Preserve, and we play music that we jam on - kind of bluesy country funk. We've just finished some new recordings, so check em out if you have a minute at www.myspace.com/specialpreserve
Hope you like em!
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But I am now working with promoting them, booking gigs, etc.
Give em a listen and tell me what you think.
By trying we can easily learn to endure adversity -- another man's I mean.
We have a show Nov 13 (Sat) at the Oasis Pub in Charleston SC.
We are a punk/fast sounds band that does Grateful Dead covers. Nothing but. Not hardcore, more like the Dickies, Adicts or Dead Milkmen. Kinda sounds like the Ramones doing Dead songs. No songs are over three minutes, no guitar solos, no jams. It's a fun time, not alot of screaming at people.
Band name - Wake of The Blood - (It's a play on their Wake of the Flood record)
Here are some YouTube's . We don't have a demo yet.
MELVIN SEALS AND JGB WILL BE PERFORMING TONIGHT IN TEANECK NJ AT MEXICAL LIVE,,7PM AND SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT THE FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH OF PHILADELPHIA,DESOLATION ANGELS OPENING ALL THESE SHOWS,,,COME DANCE YOUR ASSES OFF,, (~}:}
JINGLE - FEW GOOD MEN MC - NEW YORK
Liquid Sun Day is a new band based in Sonoma County, California. We've been rehearsing for a year and are now starting to do gigs. We're looking for venues to play in the Bay Area, if you can suggest any let me know!
We play: Grateful Dead, Allmans, Dylan, The Band, Stones, Beatles and more along those lines.
Find us on Facebook. Here's a link to our current website:
Just wanted to tell you about our new Dead tribute band here in New Orleans, Play Dead.
A clip from our first show is on youtube (it's kind of dark). At youtube.com just type in Dave Easley, Franklin's and the clip should come right up, Franklin's-Feel Like A Stranger-Franklin's.
Also, Anderson/Easley Project plays every Sunday night at Madigan's on Carrollton and Maple in the Big Easy, 9 to midnight, originals, funk, jazz, free-jazz, blues, and a little Dead as well.