Just like your favorite jam, things are going to get a bit funky on Dead.net over the next week or so. Community accounts will be temporarily closed October 16th-17th and may be under further maintenance through October 22nd. But rest assured, we will be back up and better than ever shortly thereafter. Stay tuned!
A lot of the better-known other bands have topics of their own. If you don't see your particular favorite with its own topic, feel free to talk about it here. And hey, if it takes on a life of its own we'll give it a topic!
This one Man Band Shreds, and is Funny.
New Can't Wait to See What Comes out Next.
Music on Youtube, Soundcloud, and Reverbnation.
Reverbnation stuff is Older More Raw But Good got some funny stuff on that there.
Here's a Link to the Music
I Would Suggest What Wanta do. Soldier's life, Don't Stop, Doobie doobie.
Thank You Jerry, Bobby, Phil, Ronnie, Billy and Mickey.. Love, Music, Community.
Thanks, Tapedog Don Grossinger, for the suggestion. It is a great set of GD interpretations played and sung very well.
Have a grateful day...
Hello, I allow myself to share with you a group that I like very much : Spin Doctor
I liked everything I could hear from them.
Great album! I got to see him and David Gans when they were in town, and picked up a bunch of CDs. They're on the road a bit, go see 'em if you can.
Check out: Stephen Ingles "Cut the Dead Some Slack" a wonderful 2 disc set of GD favorite tunes played very beautifully on the Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar. Some of the tunes are Dark Star, Ripple, Days Between, Bird Song, Scarlet B's Stella Blue and many more.
To access my 2 hour interview with Stephen go to
WBAI.org click on the "archives" tab and scroll down to the Morning Dew show.
Commercial free, listener-sponsored Pacifica radio also at 99.5 FM in New York.
Don Grossinger Mastering on Facebook
Listen / Stream / Download / Buy here:
Donna the Buffalo a solid Americana band. Tara Nevis plays numerous instruments allowing them to do different sounding stuff. Originally called Dawn of the Buffalo, the story goes their name was misstated from the stage way back, when they were all high on acid and so became Donna the Buffalo. Catch them this summer outside, they play numerous outside festivals usually a few upstate New York.http://donnathebuffalo.com/ The RI festival over Labor Day Weekend is a great one. Small enough to still be fun. Great if you have kids to bring since low key.camping is cool and many motels near by if camping isn't your thing. Camp closer away from the backwoods if all night music might bother you as numerous campers bring instruments to jam. With a dance tent on one end and stage at the other and usually an eclectic assortment of bands. http://rhythmandroots.com/ Ocean nearby and pond to swim in.
Good call on Donna. It's like an old deadhead crowd too, everyone just wants to boogie and dance. seen them a bunch. love the vibe. Peace.
Donna the Buffalo......great Americana, folk, rock, country & zydeco.
Dangermuffin. Regional SE band with great tunes. They sound like the step-grandkids of the Grateful Dead.
hard to top the weight band!