Happy and Merry to Everyone : )) Well it's been 20 years so far and we are gonna celebrate December 28th at The Galaxy Theater in Santa Ana, CA. So for all fans of GD music come on out and spend a night with us. Former members from our 20 year span will be joining us for this special occasion. Wick Lightshow will be doing our lightshow, and our friends Acacia, and Grampas Grass will be opening the show for us, expect 2 long and interesting sets from Cubensis. We will be recording the show so you'll all be on our live DVD. Without the Grateful Dead and you our fans we would'nt be around so y'all are included in our celebration. We have new shirts commemorating the show, as well as some new live cd's we will be selling and giving away at this show. Limited inexpensive tix are still avail check our website for details www.cubensis.com
Have a Great Holiday season, be safe, be happy, dance a lot, most of all enjoy
Thanks and Hugs
FOH Engineer Cubensis
"Bound to Cover Just a Little More Ground"
Saw them last night! Real good time!!
Thanks for all the Grateful comments, and we all wish ya a Happy Holiday Season. Come help us celebrate 20 years of playing tribute to all of their music, if you happen to be in our area. Also listen to us on Archive.Org and look for us to come visit your hometown in the near future. If there's a place you'd like to see us play let us know, we'll try and make it happen. Just doing our part to keep the Music from Never Stopping
They are a spectacular band, fantastic. Philly area. Denny and Hunter are right on. I'm looking forward to seeing them at the Sellersville Theater, it's an interesting old theater. And I'm not a drinker, so it will be a nice change of pace from the usual bar atmosphere I usually see them in!
Nothin' left to do but smile, smile, smile!
There used to be a great cover band based on Long Island called Rosas Cantina. They played alot of gigs and one was at a Mansion overlooking the bay. What a grateful day it was. Havent heard them in a long time.Terminal Humanity must have split em up....What a long strang trip its been!
Hey gang. Just had the first encounter with Dark Star Orchestra about three months ago. They played a show down here in Atlanta that was absolutely amazing for a tribute band. I was totally impressed with them. My girlfriend took me to go see them and I fell in love with their show. I honestly can say that at times while they were playing if you closed your eyes and didn't look up on that stage and see the guys up there you would have no clue that you weren't at a Dead show. Nothing will replace the shows that I have been to but it just feels right to know their shows are carried on by groups like DSO.
Johnny, Scamperoni, and Eric all have the E ticket as far as Los Angeles, Orange County is concerned. I do not know if the Travel Agents are still around in the San Diego area.
I have been seeing The Cube since before Steve started singing, Thank you Steve for singing cause you have a great voice. Nate is = to Bobby to me, Tom is = to Brent, Craig has Jerrys personal OK to play the Dead's music well, and he does he ever. Larry is the most fun to watch in the band cause he is just soooo happy to play that bass and take you to the Phil Zone, please sing more Larry cause you also have a good voice!
And who says that JGB isn't a cover band....... Stu Alen is = to Jerry if you close your eyes. You almost swear that this guy is lip sync-ing except when you are looking it is Stu up there making it look easy.
Have a Grateful Day!!!!!!
When I lived in LA (in the 80s) I saw them a few times in Long Beach, Hunington Beach and went up to Santa Barbara to see them play in a park. Its been a long time, but if your in LA, listen to their music play!!
I gotta love Cubensis. Yay!!! I've known half the band for over 20 years! Tom and Larry Ryan are way cool, and Craig is just the nicest guy around. Nate is Great! And Steve, well Steve's great too. They're all great guys & they play pretty darned good music too!
Life's too short to be blue...