I've seen the Zen Tricksters I think it was '97 at the High Sierra Music Festival in Bear Valley,CA. I've heard of The Schwag being a good tribute band but I personally haven't seen em. I was pleased to see Melvin Seals and JGB at the Brookdale lodge. Stu Allen rocks Jerry tunes( I know they aren't exactly a cover band but deserve some serious recognition. That's my 2 cents!
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Splintered Sunlight is an amazing Dead cover band! As Denny said, they play a weekly gig in Ardmore, PA. Every Thursday night at Brownies. They've also been doing acoustic shows about once a month in my hometown of West Chester, at Doc McGrogan's. Great community vibes at Brownies, Great times! We're lucky to have such a great Dead cover band in the Philadelphia area! Rock on!
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Dead to the Core
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Splintered Sunlight -great band - over a decade of music - weekly gigs, sometimes three gigs a week -electric and acoustic sets -ultra cool extended family -loving support -birthday parties -camp outs -newbies warm-welcomed - and Butchy looks like Jerry! ( well...kinda)
Let there be songs...to fill the air
England's answer to the DSO
Playing 7th July 07 at the 40th anniversary of summer of love party
Just recently celebrated 30 years with Jake's Leg
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My favorite guys to see are dakini. Here's a link to a bunch of shows(sorry, mp3).
They cover the dead, but aren't really a "cover band" though...
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