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This topic was inspired by the fact that I didn't have anyplace to post about the upcoming Branford at Stanford show except Best Shows by Other Bands, which is about PAST shows....


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Joined: Jun 13 2007
Ryan Adams in Columbia South Carolina

Tomorrow night at the township aud, he just got married to Mandy Moore!!

Bringing the cake!!!

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Joined: Mar 14 2008
marye: not from the northwest?-your loss :-)

Many of your posts seemed to address northwest artists & issues so naturally, I just figured...

Anyway, thanks again for the Cast of Clowns info. I'll at least check them out at Voyage East (Pauwela Cannery) for the Saturday show. The weather here has been pretty crappy (for Maui) over the last few months so I'm not too sure about getting advanced tix for the Friday night outdoor show - right on the water - on the north shore!!! We're talking 65 to 70 degrees cold and rain! :-)

Aloha from Maui!

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Joined: May 26 2007
alas, I am not from the Northwest

I'm in Oakland. So I know nothing of Supertrout!

But I suspect you'll like Cast of Clowns, and tell Greg Anton I said hi.

And Maui, pretty great!

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Joined: Mar 14 2008
marye: interesting that I just found your Cast of Clowns post

As the subject says - interesting that I just found your post about Cast of Clowns.

They will be here on Maui next week with Barry Sless.

It was a real treat to have Barry and the David Nelson Band here a month or so ago. I'm looking forward to hear Cast of Clowns. I've listened to some of their tracks on various websites so I'm getting anxious.

BTW, I've noticed that you are a pretty active poster from the Northwest. As such, what do you think of Supertrout? A friend back in Eugene recommended them to me a coupla months ago and apparently they are getting pretty big around Oregon. I was lucky to catch their show at Charley's in Pa'ia last month.

I enjoyed meeting a bunch of the band members and Paul Biondi on horns was a real treat. I recorded and posted the show on

Anyway, whaddya think?

Joined: Jun 4 2007
THE 40th ANNIVERSARY Grateful Dead at Fillmore West 3.2.69


THE 40th ANNIVERSARY of the Grateful Dead at Fillmore West March 2, 1969

The Zen Tricksters
with special guest TOM CONSTANTEN
(Grateful Dead)
and Joe Chirco
will perform the entire show forty years to the day on March 2, 2009
at Mexicali Live 1409 Queen Anne Road Teaneck, NJ 07666

Show Date: MARCH 2, 2009
Tickets: $13.50 ADV $20.00 DOS
Online ticketing:
Venue phone 1-201-833-0011
Doors: 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm
Show end: 11:55pm

Band website:
Promoter website:
Promoter email:


1. Dark Star
2. St. Stephen
3. The Eleven
4. Turn On Your Love Light

1. Doin' That Rag
2. That’s It For The Other One
3. Death Don't Have No Mercy
4. Morning Dew

1. Alligator
2. Drums
3. Jam
4. Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
5. Feedback
6. We Bid You Goodnight

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Joined: Jun 17 2007

Check my band if ya want. We are playing with David Gans and Heliotroupe Next month. I was about to do another Dead cover especially since Gans was coming to town, then I thought it might be too cliche' and I got this urge to play a Steel Pulse song.
ANyone from Washington out there???? I know of a cool Indoor Music/ Barter Faire coming up! Peace
Pizza T luvs U.. ttyl

Joined: Feb 20 2008

caught a SuperTrout show on Halloween at Mac's at the Vet's in Eugene Oregon with Cast of Clowns putting on a show upstairs in the same building! This is a cool band very different then most with a outstanding light show. You can check em out on myspace and youtube

here's a link


Joined: Nov 3 2008
David Byrne

Do not overlook David Byrne tour.

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Joined: May 26 2007
Great to hear!

Todd is a cool guy and it's great to get a good report!

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Joined: Jun 7 2007
Couldn't I just tell the way I feel

Just went to see todd rundgren, small old movie theatre, reminded me of the mid 70's shows in sf. 4 days in april at the waldorf and such, saw dozens of those. He was abosutly at the top of his game. Kasim was there on keyboards and vocals, Prarie Prince on drums, Jesse Gras on guitar, and a young lady, Racheal on bass and vocals, who by the way was just magical. An absolutly wonderful effort by a great songwriter, musician, producer and one of the great minds in music of this time.
The show was awe inspiring, invigorating, and very warm. All in one. Don't miss this one.He is in the moment of our times and is making powerful music that reflects it.


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