Comments

sort by
Recent
Reset
  • marye
    Joined:
    Srivalli
    I think in today's world, with so much going on, it's best to check the tour pages on band website/socials (e.g. the Dead and Company site), and check the online calendars of your local venues. Also it can be helpful to visit the Pollstar site and search for the band, city, etc. you're interested in.
  • srivallibarfi
    Default Avatar
    Joined:
    where do I get more info?…

    where do I get more info? tour dates? ever in Ohio? I can't travel for shows.

  • FrankN.Stein
    Default Avatar
    Joined:
    Why am I not on your mailing…

    Why am I not on your mailing list Doulas!

  • marye
    Joined:
    gone now
    but if you see one of these obvious space invaders before I do, feel free to send me a heads up. Thanks!
  • dwlemen
    Joined:
    spam?
    The link below appears to be spam/phishing. I'd be careful if you opt to click on it.
  • Doug
    Joined:
    A few special shows coming up.
  • GrayFolded
    Joined:
    FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Dead to the Core www.myspace.com/bongwizard
  • bluerider
    Joined:
    Terrapin & Melvin in Grand Rapids Michigan
    Come down to Founders and enjoy some great tunes and a great beer!
  • Doug
    Joined:
    RE: TF Info
    Yes, we've played all over Ohio. Not sure when we are playing there again, but past stops have brought us to Lakewood, NLQP, Yellow Springs etc.. Most frequently updated source of information is actually the my space page at http://www.myspace.com/tflyer. Check that out for the most recent info. Coming up in March three shows in Chicagoland with Tom Constanten
  • mkav
    Joined:
    TF info?
    only heard shows on the net...REALLY like this band. where do I get more info? tour dates? ever in Ohio? I can't travel for shows.
user picture

Member for

16 years 9 months
rumor has it, they're pretty good!
user picture

Member for

16 years 8 months
Permalink

thank you, bw! 7/13 we'll be playing with Tom Constanten & Zion Godchaux's band Boombox at the Kinetic Playground in Chicago.
user picture

Member for

16 years 8 months
Permalink

"A Rare and Different tune"...yet oh so familar :):):) Terrapin Flyer absolutely ROCKS...if you ever have a chance to catch them at the Kinetic Playground in Chicago, you should, I promise you you won't be disappointed. Combined with Tom Constanten (TC:) the music will never end....and you will for sure have a real good time.
user picture

Member for

16 years 8 months
Permalink

Great fun in Grand Rapids on Saturday. Very enthusiastic energy which always makes things more fun. Here's the setlist. Harder they come On the Road again Half Step They love each other Promised Land Tennessee Jed FOTD Mister Charlie Deal Uncle Johns Band Eyes of the World> Hes Gone> Music Never Stopped> Jam> Goin down the road and feeling bad> Music Never Stopped China Cat Sunflower> China Doll Sugar Magnolia En: Fire on the Mountain
user picture

Member for

16 years 7 months
Permalink

Ever run into a blues band called Howard and the White Boys? Are buddies from college. They used to play a rockin Love Light complete w/Jerryesque guitar solo.Spent many drunken hours listening to and hanging with those guys. Kinda miss them. Know they were playing Buddy Guy's club occasionally, and have a couple of c.d's out there. If anybody runs into them, say Hey to Howard, and Bukka the drummer from me. Rene.If you DON'T know them-check them out, is worth it!
user picture

Member for

16 years 7 months
Permalink

Any Chicago Heads know a guy called Chris Tafel? Would like to find him again. At least used to me a major DeadHead back in the 80's 90's living in DeKalb, then downtown Chicago.
user picture

Member for

16 years 8 months
Permalink

Terrapin Flyer; Chicago's liaison to the spirit of the GD, will be performing two special shows on the day of birth and the day of passing of Jerry Garcia at the Kinetic Playground. The August 1st show will feature members of Chicago's premiere contemporary bluegrass band Cornmeal and the August 9th show will feature former Dark Star Orchestra bassist Micheal Hazdra. Hope you can make it and if not help spread the good word. Mahalo.
user picture

Member for

16 years 8 months
Permalink

DeadNet Jam 9/20 & 21, 2007

Musicians from around the nation will join together in a celebration of the Grateful Dead's music and community at the third DeadNet Jam in Chicago on September 20th and 21st at the Kinetic Playground. The two shows will feature Grateful Dead keyboardist Tom Constanten and Grateful Dead Hour host and singer/songwriter David Gans as special guests.

In 1996, Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter started a message board on the band's official website (www.dead.net) and called it DeadNetCentral, better known as DNC. Through DNC, fans were able to share their thoughts with Robert Hunter and other members of the band as well as like-minded deadheads -- to swap stories, voice their opinions and meet new friends.

Some of the musicians on DNC came together to jam in 2006 in Tampa Bay at the first DeadNet Jam. The event was hosted by Chris Kelley and the popular local Grateful Dead tribute band Uncle John's Band at Skipper's Smokehouse and was such an overwhelming success it paved the way for a second Tampa DeadNet Jam in April 2007.

The third DeadNet Jam will take place in Chicago and will feature former Grateful Dead keyboardist Tom Constanten as a special guest. TC (as he is known) was an integral part of the band during their most creative period from 1968 to 1970. His keyboard mastery is present on three of the Dead's most revered releases: Anthem of the Sun, Aoxomoxoa and their first live album Live Dead.

Another special guest will be singer/songwriter and Grateful Dead Hour host David Gans. Over the past decade David has been making waves as a musician, performing his original material at festivals and clubs across the country. Gans has also been involved in the online community for more than twenty years having co-founded the deadhead community on the internet with a discussion site called The Well. He is also a long-time member of DNC.

Both Gans and Constanten will perform short solo sets and jam with well-known local and national musicians including Pat Mallinger, Ruby Harris, Mike Lawson and current and former members of Vince Welnick & Friends, Melvin Seals & JGB, Terrapin Flyer, Soft Monkey, Cornmeal, The Dark Star Orchestra, Grinning Mob, Jack Straw, Ultrasonic Project, Ghost Pilot and many more. The event will be emceed by former Boulevard Cafe owner John Glynn.

The two shows will be approximately eight hours each, beginning at 8:00 PM and lasting until early morning and featuring a wide variety of combinations of musicians and music. Mark your calendars and save these dates for this very special event.

The DeadNet Jam is not an official presentation of dead.net or the Grateful Dead.

user picture
Default Avatar

Member for

16 years 5 months
Permalink

http://www.howardandthewhiteboys.net/index.cfm tigerlilly, i've never seen them but it's not too late because they are still playing out. and i've heard that they're a really good band as well. i haven't heard of your other friend either. the internet is an interesting people finder though. try searching for your friend and see if anything comes up.
user picture

Member for

16 years 8 months
Permalink

TF with Melvin Seals tomorrow in St Louis at the Lucas School and Friday and Saturday in Chicago at the Kinetic Playground.
user picture

Member for

16 years 7 months
Permalink

only heard shows on the net...REALLY like this band. where do I get more info? tour dates? ever in Ohio? I can't travel for shows.
user picture

Member for

16 years 8 months
Permalink

Yes, we've played all over Ohio. Not sure when we are playing there again, but past stops have brought us to Lakewood, NLQP, Yellow Springs etc.. Most frequently updated source of information is actually the my space page at http://www.myspace.com/tflyer. Check that out for the most recent info. Coming up in March three shows in Chicagoland with Tom Constanten
user picture

Member for

16 years 8 months
Permalink

The link below appears to be spam/phishing. I'd be careful if you opt to click on it.
user picture

Member for

16 years 9 months
Permalink

but if you see one of these obvious space invaders before I do, feel free to send me a heads up. Thanks!
user picture

Member for

16 years 9 months
Permalink

I think in today's world, with so much going on, it's best to check the tour pages on band website/socials (e.g. the Dead and Company site), and check the online calendars of your local venues. Also it can be helpful to visit the Pollstar site and search for the band, city, etc. you're interested in.