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    A lot of folks here are musicians and play in bands. Here's the place to talk about them. What kind of music you play, upcoming gigs, etc.

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    Sacrilege?

    Tolpamin is on Bandcamp with “Shuffle Loop” albums of 30 second experimental electro funk tracks designed to be re-sequenced or played back as seamless loops.

    Our first cover is of the middle section of Unbroken Chain with the 11/8 and 15/8 time signatures.

    Electronic Grateful Dead? and 35 seconds, too. Scandalous!

    You can get there from here via my bio.

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    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!

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    Bay Area Americana Band Seeks female harmony singer

    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.

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    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.

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    Hi,
    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!
    Best, Gina

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    Looking for San Francisco musicians to jam the Dead 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!

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    End of the line - Jamming the Allman Bros with a bit of Dead+...

    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

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    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.

    Jim

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    NYC Show Alert!

    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!

    Lineup:
    Mark Mammano - guitar, vocals
    Christopher Hanson - guitar, vocals
    Kitty McTeague - vocals
    Tim Robert Fulton - bass
    Cory Metrick - drums

    Hope to see you there! 💀

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    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...;)

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A lot of folks here are musicians and play in bands. Here's the place to talk about them. What kind of music you play, upcoming gigs, etc.
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21 Aces-Local young Bay Area Rock n Roll Band are REALLY good. Come on out & boogie.......See yall there! 7/22 at 142 Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley. Leena starts at 8pm- 21 Aces go on at 8:45. $10 for students, $15 for adults. Here's a link to the show.. http://www.142throckmortontheatre.com/event.php?eventid=1048
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"if the Thunder don't get ya then the lightning will!"- The Wheel"Gonna find out something only dead men know" - Silvio Class of Red Rocks '79... Life without the Dead is not life...and so we carry on... I guss if I do not have a web site to post I need to upload my playing but see no way to upload content except as a fan photo--oh well.....
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This is my band The New Highway Hymnal we are a modern heavy, dark, psychedelic rock band. Muchh different from the Dead. Check em out tell me what you think I play lead guitar.
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But as Bdog's new self-appointed publicist (he knows I am) everybody check this out! Is worth your while: http://www.myspace.com/bdog1963 ********************************** Education: that which reveals to the wise, and conceals from the stupid, the vast limits of their knowledge. Mark Twain
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Although I have a band of my own, I'm looking to jam with a band as a side project. Genre:Rock/Heavy Metal.Orlando Remodeling I'm just over 30 years old & seeking to fit in as a bassist or drummer. In addition, I can do backing vocals if needed.I have my own gear & if need be,my place can be used as a jam pad
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hi everyone i play guitar and originally i played in the pub/club scene in scotland back in those eighties, i made it to finland and met two englishmen playing folk music who needed a guitarist, say no more, nudge nudge wink wink...anyways, after much hard work, doobs, late nights and candlelit parks at 4am, i ended up in switzerland, with a swiss drummer, still doing gigs, still loving it.. check us out www.myspace.com/purplehelmutandthekunst
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Yeah, that's the name of the band. We're out of Fairbanks, AK and are hoping to conquer the world. We do some Dead covers-- Franklin's Tower, Eyes of the World, Deep Elem Blues. Check out our music at www.myspace.com/sweatinghoney
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I've played guitar, sang, &/or drummed in rock'n'roll cover bands, original rock bands, blues bands, jazz combos, bluegrass groups, & even orchestras & string ensembles. Currently I'm playing in a church band, sometimes drums, sometimes guitar, always singing. I've tried to get the other musicians in the band interested in doing some dead-inspired extended jams during prayers & other parts of the service, but so far not much interest. “Santa Claus wears a Red Suit, He must be a communist. And a beard and long hair, Must be a pacifist. What's in that pipe that he's smoking?"~Arlo Guthrie (The Pause of Mr. Claus)
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(I posted this in the tirbute section too) I have been playing in a Dead band in Blacksburg, Va (the home of VA Tech) since 1986 called The Kind. We formed at my 20th birthday party as the band we had scheduled to play found themselves in a state unable to perform so I grabbed some buddies and we took the stage. Now we are approaching our 24th anniversary and my 44th birthday - yikes! Our only goal was and is to have fun playing music. We have had a handful of lineup changes over the years I and the rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist Wendy Godley are the only founding members that still play regularly. We have had a bunch of really talented folks come and go (and come back). We do a reunion show every summer at the Port O'Call in the Outer Banks of NC - we have as many former and current players as we can get together and put on one hell of a show. Folks coming in from as far as San Francisco and Hawaii to do these shows. We have gotten to play with some other great folks over the years including David Gans - who sat in at a gig at the Underground on Howard St in San Fran. Jerry Abrams (of Head Lights) joined us with trippy light shows and congas on some shows in SF that summer (1987). Robin Sylvester from RatDog played a couple of shows with us in Blacksburg and at the OBX reunion shows (he played guitar and keyboards - and is great at both and a great guy). We have opened for Rick Danko, Jefferson Starship, New Riders, Hot Tuna and a few others over the years. Our current lineup features me, Wendy Godley, Rick Godley (drums), Danny Dunlap (guitar, synth, vocals), Mandy Cash (vocals) Steve "Slash" Hunt (bass) - also Greg Bump (bass). Slash is a monster bass player and toured with Bob Margolin for years (Bob was Muddy Waters' guitar player for the last 8 years of his life and is standing next to him in "The Last Waltz"). Former members include Mark McLeod (rhythm guitar, vocals) who is now teaching economics at Penn St, and Tom Lehman (bass), and Tim Taylor (drums) - Tim lives on the Big Island of Hawaii and plays with Hawaiians Unlimited and competes in triathlons. Our website is thekind.org and we've got a bunch of videos on YouTube - search for "The Kind Blacksburg) Tom Snediker Lead guitar, vocals The Kind, Crossties, Scott Fore and His Hillbilly Hotclub
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Hey I am very happy to post reply on this topic.Your band is really wonderful.I like to play bass and I am thinking about learn to play bass from somewhere.Colon Cleanse
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Hey all - Our band just started giggin last nov - Doing the GD trib thing - we think we do a nice job. Check out our myspace page here http://www.myspace.com/stellablue39sband Got a bunch of tunes from our first gig in Rye, NY there The whole gig (less recording glitches!) is here http://www.archive.org/details/sb2009-11-06.sb2009-11-06bb.flac Our scheduled shows are on the myspace page. Next is in Old Greenwich at the Beach House Cafe on 1/27/10 If you're near us come on out - I think we bring it pretty well and you'll have a "real good time" Thanks Sometimes we live no particular way but our own.
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Hey good people, Very kind forum! My band does a lot of Dead with some other related stuff mixed in. We're playing Chief Ike's in Adams Morgan DC this Wednesday, the 27th. If anyone's interested, go to our FB page that's in my sig! Cheers, Chuck (for years on tour known as Charlie Brown)
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looking for originals, Dead covers, good jams, kind audience. can't find it. new to Dallas area
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I'm a regular on the "old " Deadnet (now deadcentral.com). That site is down for maintenance, and they have a message up reminding us to check out this site. This in the first discussion I stopped in, and I've been clicking on a lot of the links, checking out the myspace pages, etc. The biggest gift I got from The Grateful Dead was the inspiration to play music. I learned how to play drums by going to hundreds of GD concerts and watching Billy and Mickey, and then going home and playing my drumset while cranking my bootleg cassettes through headphones. I played in GD cover bands for a couple of years, and then went on to playing original music. Through my love of The Rhythm Devils, I learned about electronics and sampling and so on, and no I use the primitive "technology" of drums alongside modern digital technology. My current project is The Rhythm Method; we collaborate via the internet and do shows in our own towns, with different musicians, under the same name. Check us out at http://www.myspace.com/followtherhythmmethod. Hopefully in 2010 various Rhythm Method lineups will be hitting the road; drop us a line to inquire about booking us at your club, festival, etc. Our live performances are a lot of fun; we use a vast array of percussion from around the world, as well as guitars, keyboards, samplers, DJs, vocalists, dancers, etc. For more info, email me: lovecraft2001@hotmail.com
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I'm not in a band right now, but I'd like to change that. So I set up a Myspace with some scratch recordings I made of myself, hoping to either find or form a viable working band of jam oriented individuals, ideally other multi-instrumentalists. Currently seven originals and four covers (yep, one track is a twofer, they have a 10 song limit) and any and all feedback is welcome whether it's roses or rocks. I'm equal opportunity like that. http://www.myspace.com/mrpidmusic Peace, Pid Conversation is always more interesting than recitation, so speak your mind and not someone else's.
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my band's based out of brooklyn, ny and we're called basement band. We do mostly originals but at longer bar band gigs we do a bunch of covers by folks like the dead, gram parsons, the byrds, and a lot of dylan. Check us out if you're ever in NYC. We gig about once a week. jeff basementband.net
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Hey guys, my name is Donnie Loeffler, I'm from Louisville, Ky. I've been playing around here for a while but I'm back on the scene after a hiatus. Please drop by my myspace website to see where I'm playing around town and check out the new upload of "Cissy Strut" as I play all the instruments on that track. Thanks so much for your time ! http://www.myspace.com/donnieloeffler "the warm wet world of analog audio"
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great to see you!
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Hello! I play guitar in a band called Reform. It´s instrumental psychedelic...well jazz-rock is not exactly correct...but maybe somewhere between GD and Mahavishnu Orchestra? Check his clip out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0fP5BBKFB0 It was recorded here in Stockholm, Sweden last sunday. It´s based on a classical piece by a swedish composer, Wilhelm Peterson-Berger. The middle section is a minimalist, semi-ambient jam that turned out quite nice. Check www.myspace.com/reform1 for more info.
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DONNIE LOEFFLER TRIO - LOUISVILLE, KY! WICK'S PIZZA (GOOSE CREEK RD.) FRIDAY, APRIL 9TH, 2010 9 pm - 1 am NO COVER! $2.00 domestic beers and well drinks past 10:00 pm !!!!! Donnie Loeffler - guitar/vocals John Thornberry - bass Dave Schmitt - drums Blues, Rock, and Psychedelic jams http://www.myspace.com/donnieloeffler "the warm wet world of analog audio"
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That is the name of my new band! We just released two albums, called DOSES and MORE DOSES, and our third album is coming out in June! Larree Guitar God System

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Writing songs about rivers, trains, themes from the Southern Gothic tradition (think Faulkner, McCarthy, O'Connor), loneliness, loss, landscapes, Texas, and whiskey (lots of whiskey). Covering songs by great songwriters from Tom Waits to Old Crow Medicine Show, from James McMurtry to the Mighty Diamonds to Slaid Cleaves and everybody in between. Give me a listen; I have a myspace and a facebook page. Also, friend me on facebook and become a fan! www.myspace.com/neckbonesol http://www.facebook.com/pages/Neckbone-Sol/114515728580044
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I'm August. I've been playing guitar for 6 or 7 years... i live in jacksonville florida, recently i found a jam band group to play with- the Brown bag special. My first time playin in the band, and lovin it. http://www.brownbagband.com/news.php
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We're Red Grenadine, a Grateful Dead tribute band from Summit Hill PA. We've recently played the Sol Gathering festival over Memorial Day weekend, and we've got opportunity to get booked for plenty of gigs and festivals. We just need a keyboard player to fill out our sound! Below are some links to check out. We've only been together over a 2 month period and already have over 20 tight songs that we have performed live. Our myspace page contains 3 songs we recorded at a rehearsal (Casey Jones, Eyes of the World, Franklin's Tower) www.myspace.com/redgrenadineband Here's a video of us playing China Cat Sunflower-->I Know You Rider http://sharing.theflip.com/session/ba6643d046af2d060274223226a914d3/vid… If you're even somewhat interested, send us a message. We practice bi-weekly, learning the songs at home and then getting together. Most of us are available to get together to rehearse multiple times per week if needed. If you're not a keyboard player, check out the music and let us know what you think! Thanks guys.
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My band is named the crystal skulls we are tribute band to the Grateful Dead. But we do many other covers to The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix
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WE ARE BLUNDO. Based out of Columbus, OH. A high energy, fun band. We have originals and play some covers. I will attach a link to our myspace and to a recording of a few select covers and an original titled "Jambalaya" on archive, but actually is titled "Blind Seeing-Eye Dog" If you like what you hear and are within a couple hundred miles of Columbus, OH we're totally up for making a trek. Thanks Heads! http://www.archive.org/details/BlundoLiveAtFlannigans http://www.myspace.com/blundomusic
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My band, together since 1998, plays once a month at our local "Dead" bar here in Richmond, VA, it's called King Solomon's Marbles. We also will play other places (parties, an occassional acoustic show, ect.). Check us out at www.myspace.com/kingsolomansmarbles Yes, that's how the link is spelled...sorry...
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My band is called Crack In The Wall. we are an art rock, experimental band from Austin, TX that has been playing for 7 years. Our music is at www.myspace.com/acrackinthewall. Any deadheads in Austin or TX are welcome to come to our shows and tape them. We are looking for people to tape our shows.
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Hey there, I plugged my band up in one of the first few folders a while back. Our second album is due soon, and to help get things moving again we've finally put a Facebook page together today (a lot of you already signed on to our ol' MySpace page... thanks!) Anyhoo.... we'll be putting up rough mixes, outtakes, etc. on the new Facebook page, and we're also putting together a new EP that we'll distribute freely exclusively to our new Facebook fans. If you're interested visit us here http://tinyurl.com/2d9qdqy ,click on the "Like" button at the top of the page, and we'll notify you regarding the free EP shortly. Take care, now!
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those of you who know me on facebook can get a free stream link to a live performance of one of my originals that will be on that upcoming album - the link is on my homepage right below the profile picture - hope y'all like it :) peace and mellow music to all, have a grateful day as always, Bus ps to those few people out there who have never even met me in person and have been sending me threatening and annoying messages, PLEASE STOP THAT. IT CAN BE REALLY DANGEROUS TO BELIEVE RUMOURS - THEY OFTEN TURN OUT TO BE FALSE. some of you seem to have heard rumors that i am some horrible person - i'm not. ask anyone who's met me and they'll tell you that. i have been touring with GD, JGB, Phil, DSO, Furthur, Weir, etc etc for years. nobody at any show has ever had a problem with me. not once. those of you who persist in the activity of sending me or anyone annoying messages should please cease it and mind your own business. it's why i don't come here much anymore. Deadheads should be respectful of others, not annoying towards them. thank you for considering that thought :) have a grateful day :)
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Just wanted to tell you about our new Dead tribute band here in New Orleans, Play Dead. A clip from our first show is on youtube (it's kind of dark). At youtube.com just type in Dave Easley, Franklin's and the clip should come right up, Franklin's-Feel Like A Stranger-Franklin's. Also, Anderson/Easley Project plays every Sunday night at Madigan's on Carrollton and Maple in the Big Easy, 9 to midnight, originals, funk, jazz, free-jazz, blues, and a little Dead as well.
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Liquid Sun Day is a new band based in Sonoma County, California. We've been rehearsing for a year and are now starting to do gigs. We're looking for venues to play in the Bay Area, if you can suggest any let me know! We play: Grateful Dead, Allmans, Dylan, The Band, Stones, Beatles and more along those lines. Find us on Facebook. Here's a link to our current website: http://www.reverbnation.com/liquidsunday
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MELVIN SEALS AND JGB WILL BE PERFORMING TONIGHT IN TEANECK NJ AT MEXICAL LIVE,,7PM AND SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT THE FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH OF PHILADELPHIA,DESOLATION ANGELS OPENING ALL THESE SHOWS,,,COME DANCE YOUR ASSES OFF,, (~}:}JINGLE - FEW GOOD MEN MC - NEW YORK
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We have a show Nov 13 (Sat) at the Oasis Pub in Charleston SC. We are a punk/fast sounds band that does Grateful Dead covers. Nothing but. Not hardcore, more like the Dickies, Adicts or Dead Milkmen. Kinda sounds like the Ramones doing Dead songs. No songs are over three minutes, no guitar solos, no jams. It's a fun time, not alot of screaming at people. Band name - Wake of The Blood - (It's a play on their Wake of the Flood record) Here are some YouTube's . We don't have a demo yet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fO7865FkLRU&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAydSXxl4Vc&feature=related
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But I am now working with promoting them, booking gigs, etc.Give em a listen and tell me what you think. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PI4xefSMdHc ********************************** By trying we can easily learn to endure adversity -- another man's I mean. Mark Twain
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RETROFEST 24, PAYING TRIBUTE TO SUMMER JAM 1973 37th ANNIVERSARY TO BENEFIT THE LONG ISLAND CRISIS CENTER Organized by Allan Spielman of Retrofestival.Org in partnership with Act1Entertainment.Net, Retrofest 24 will celebrate the 37th anniversary of the famous Summer Jam 1973 with a musical lineup of Retro69, BigDaddy & The Bulldogs and Blacklight to sample the original Watkins Glen concert experience. The show will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2010 from 8:30pm – 2:00am at the Sunset Grill, 4068 Sunrise Highway, Seaford NY. $10 donation at the door. Every dollar raised will benefit Long Island Crisis Center, a non-profit intervention center that offers counseling, information, referral, and other supportive services, primarily through a 24-hour a day, seven-day-a-week telephone crisis hotline & live online counseling. They also advocate for appropriate services & programming on behalf of Long Island’s underserved and disenfranchised population. Sponsors include MB Carting, Maura Bros. Landscaping Co., DiStefano Landscaping Co. & Act1Entertainment.Net, For additional information on the event visit www.retrofestival.org, www.act1entertainment.net or www.longislandcrisiscenter.org . For additional information on Retrofest 24, The Long Island crisis Center, or the Sunset Grill , please visit www.retrofestival.org, www.longislandcrisiscenter.org or www.sunsetgrillny.com . Contact: Allan Spielman Retrofest 917-583-2505
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Hi everyone, I'm new to these forums, but I've been a deadhead for about 16 years now - ever since I got Dicks Picks Vol II when I was 16. Anyhow, I've got a band in England called Special Preserve, and we play music that we jam on - kind of bluesy country funk. We've just finished some new recordings, so check em out if you have a minute at www.myspace.com/specialpreserve Hope you like em! Ben
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But I'd love to collaborate with some other Dead scholars on a covers band that included a good number of Dead tracks. I sing, I play passable acoustic guitar. Don't have a whole lot of gear, just a whole lotta love for the music. No, I don't have a myspace page. If you're near Long Beach (California), let's meet up for a listening party and see if we are interested in a collaboration. This is not intended to be a big touring band or get on a label, just music for music's sake in my local area.