My stuff is also available through the iTunes music store as a free podcast here
Use the email link to write me and comment on the tunes if you so desire. Rob
Hey now! I have been trying to get back on this site for a while. I attended the first 2 D&Co shows at the Forum, and the 3rd one in Phoenix - I was right in front of Oteil, and he saw my Fur Peace Ranch Alumni T-shirt and gave me a shout out after "Feels Like a Stranger" - big dual grin there. My wife and I went to all three of the final San Francisco shows in July. I would very much like to find some people to jam with who know and love this music. Not "fan" stuff - musician stuff, and playing it well and right. I am very much into putting on a professional show with the "right" chords, etc. I've played electric with Jorma Kaukonen, and he approved of my ability. 100 miles east of the Bay Area. I know how to "sound like the record", not just blast it out. Is there anybody out there? Help on the way? Anybody? Thanks!
Vince Charming Band is gigging all over NorCal, but we need a harmony singer. We're influenced by the Americana side of the Dead and most certainly by the Hunter/Garcia songwriting team. We have tons of gigs, but our sound really need a female harmony singer. If that person could also play an instrument well, that would be a bonus, but skilled harmony singing would suffice. Check out my band at vincecharming dot com and/or replay here.
I'm in the Boulder/Denver area.
I was playing in a band called Wrecking Trains (rock/blues) for about 8-10 years, but it's kind of broken up. We released a self produced album called Hot Rod Love. I also like to play with my wife as the Tracy Weiser Project, she's got an amazing voice. All this stuff is easy to find on Reverb Nation.
But I am looking to form more of a jam type of band, creative, original tunes. What I really need is a keyboard/piano player. I think adding those sounds to the songs I write could really evolve into something fun.
I'm Gina, live in Petaluma and play drums/percussion w. home studio.
Hit me up if you need a drummer to play some Dead songs with!
Hello. I'm looking for fellow San Francisco deadheads to jam with for fun / maybe to form a band simply for the enjoyment of playing and sharing the Dead's music in any form acoustic and electric. I play guitar!
We are called End of the Line, and we are based out of Nashville, TN.
We reapproach the catalog of the Allman Brothers Band with fresh (young-ish) ears and minds, having cherry picked some of the best musicians from original projects in Nashville. We are all life long Deadheads, and you'll often catch tunes like the Dead's arrangement of 'Not Fade Away' and 'So Many Roads' woven into our setlists. And hardly a run goes by without a deep dive into an 'Other One' jam (that we typically connect to ABB's 'Black Hearted Woman'.) We will continue to add ABB and Dead tracks into our catalog year after year, city after city. Musicians such as Marcus King, Maggie Rose, Pete Levin from the Gregg Allman Band, Audley Freed from Black Crowes, Moon Taxi, etc. have performed on stage with us.
Latest tour dates -
2/24 Duluth, GA - Eddie Owen Presents the Red Clay Theatre
2/25 Taccoa, GA - Historic Ritz Theatre
3/3 Columbia, TN - The Mulehouse
3/4 Knoxville, TN - Open Chord Stage
3/11 Marrietta, GA - The Strand Theatre Marietta
3/18 Winston-Salem, NC - The Ramkat
4/7 Cincinnati, OH - The Southgate House Revival
Check out End of the Line on social media and streaming services! Tickets at endofthelineband . com
HI. This is Trouble Ahead from Chicago. I am trying to get our videos to show in the DeadCoversProject but am not sure if I am tagging them correctly. Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks.
Hi! We will be performing next Saturday January 28th at 8pm in the East Village at the new venue The Watering Hole located at 68 2nd Ave (4th street and 2nd Ave). Tickets can be bought on eventbrite if you search for our band: Little Hickory’s Downtown Hug Champions or at the door!
Mark Mammano - guitar, vocals
Christopher Hanson - guitar, vocals
Kitty McTeague - vocals
Tim Robert Fulton - bass
Cory Metrick - drums
Hope to see you there! 💀
Hey Marye! Thanks for the word and the reply. We're into the 70s mostly and the dead, JJ, Steve Miller are kindof closest to where we go. We do alot of dead, and occasionally bluegrass though not as much these days. Once you're writing songs it's hard to figure what the category is so we invented vanrock...;)
Hey folks, Hope you all don't mind a hello in the manner of a share of our musical mission, Starfield Cookout. We're a homespun original vanrock band from the Grateful Dead wasteland called the Canadian nord est. Nonetheless, we play a good "Deal" in around Montreal, and YAY, we're getting frighteningly close to releasing our second record which should be doosie. Would love to get your thoughts, and most certainly, (if you like), to help guide us toward venues in your locale. Who knows where this spring, summer tour will take us. You can find the OGs with some prerelease tracks from "Beautiful Friend" (#2 ) on Soundcloud slash tullycaster or live on the Youtube under Starfield Cookout. Thanks for the opp to present our stuff to the very best fans in the world. Cheers and Peace, Bren & Lisa