RETROFEST 24, PAYING TRIBUTE TO SUMMER JAM 1973 37th ANNIVERSARY TO BENEFIT THE LONG ISLAND CRISIS CENTER
Organized by Allan Spielman of Retrofestival.Org in partnership with Act1Entertainment.Net, Retrofest 24 will celebrate the 37th anniversary of the famous Summer Jam 1973 with a musical lineup of Retro69, BigDaddy & The Bulldogs and Blacklight to sample the original Watkins Glen concert experience. The show will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2010 from 8:30pm – 2:00am at the Sunset Grill, 4068 Sunrise Highway, Seaford NY. $10 donation at the door. Every dollar raised will benefit Long Island Crisis Center, a non-profit intervention center that offers counseling, information, referral, and other supportive services, primarily through a 24-hour a day, seven-day-a-week telephone crisis hotline & live online counseling. They also advocate for appropriate services & programming on behalf of Long Island’s underserved and disenfranchised population.
Sponsors include MB Carting, Maura Bros. Landscaping Co., DiStefano Landscaping Co. & Act1Entertainment.Net, For additional information on the event visit www.retrofestival.org, www.act1entertainment.net or www.longislandcrisiscenter.org .
For additional information on Retrofest 24, The Long Island crisis Center, or the Sunset Grill , please visit www.retrofestival.org, www.longislandcrisiscenter.org or www.sunsetgrillny.com .
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.
those of you who know me on facebook can get a free stream link to a live performance of one of my originals that will be on that upcoming album - the link is on my homepage right below the profile picture - hope y'all like it :)
peace and mellow music to all, have a grateful day as always,
ps to those few people out there who have never even met me in person and have been sending me threatening and annoying messages, PLEASE STOP THAT. IT CAN BE REALLY DANGEROUS TO BELIEVE RUMOURS - THEY OFTEN TURN OUT TO BE FALSE.
some of you seem to have heard rumors that i am some horrible person - i'm not. ask anyone who's met me and they'll tell you that. i have been touring with GD, JGB, Phil, DSO, Furthur, Weir, etc etc for years. nobody at any show has ever had a problem with me. not once.
those of you who persist in the activity of sending me or anyone annoying messages should please cease it and mind your own business. it's why i don't come here much anymore.
Deadheads should be respectful of others, not annoying towards them. thank you for considering that thought :) have a grateful day :)
Hey there, I plugged my band up in one of the first few folders a while back. Our second album is due soon, and to help get things moving again we've finally put a Facebook page together today (a lot of you already signed on to our ol' MySpace page... thanks!)
Anyhoo.... we'll be putting up rough mixes, outtakes, etc. on the new Facebook page, and we're also putting together a new EP that we'll distribute freely exclusively to our new Facebook fans.
If you're interested visit us here http://tinyurl.com/2d9qdqy ,click on the "Like" button at the top of the page, and we'll notify you regarding the free EP shortly.
Take care, now!
My band is called Crack In The Wall. we are an art rock, experimental band from Austin, TX that has been playing for 7 years. Our music is at www.myspace.com/acrackinthewall. Any deadheads in Austin or TX are welcome to come to our shows and tape them. We are looking for people to tape our shows.
My band, together since 1998, plays once a month at our local "Dead" bar here in Richmond, VA, it's called King Solomon's Marbles. We also will play other places (parties, an occassional acoustic show, ect.). Check us out at www.myspace.com/kingsolomansmarbles
Yes, that's how the link is spelled...sorry...