Posts Tagged: Grateful Dead

An Interview With AjamajA – Buffalo’s Newest Jamband!

AjamajA

It’s such an awesome feeling when you see a band for the very first time and they rock your socks off. It’s even cooler when they are local to your area! That band is AjamajA, and they are quickly making their name known! AjamajA’s band name is something that sticks with me. It’s catchy and… Read more »

Furthur 9.21.13

Photos by C. Alan Crandall (https://www.facebook.com/RockyMountainJams) Video by evenstev (http://www.youtube.com/user/evenstev) Audio by Otterman No band unifies the tribes like the Grateful Dead. They are the spring from which all jam flows and they are the founders of a musical lifestyle that reaches far beyond the concert. With the passing of Jerry Garcia the remaining members… Read more »

Summerfest Recap: Part 3. Dark Star Orchestra, 311

  ^ South Gate Entrance Thursday, July 4th. A great day for America. A great day for Summer. A great day for music. Dark Star Orchestra, the well-known Grateful Dead cover band notorious for covering exact shows, was slated to headline the Harley- Davidson Roadhouse stage for 2 sets on this fine Thursday night. I… Read more »

Dark Star Orchestra at The Ogden 3-30-13

My friend, Melody was celebrating her annual trip around the sun, so it was it great excuse to come down to The Ogden for a night of rowdiness with the Dang Ol’ Dark Star Orchestra. With the exodus for John K for greener pastures, Jeff Mattson has filled the void nicely with his spot on… Read more »

Mickey Hart Band with African Showboyz 3-1-13

The world renowned drummer of the Grateful Dead Mickey Hart came to town for a MusicMarauders Presents show at The Oriental Theater in the Highlands of Denver. Mickey and his band, which includes Widespread Panic bassist Dave Schools along with Crystal Monee Hall on vocals, Joe Bagale on vocals, guitar, and keys, Gawain Matthews on… Read more »

Dark Star Orchestra – Park West Theater – 7/7/12

The past harmonizes. Everyone on Earth has a doppelganger. Both axioms proved to be true upon my second time seeing the Grateful Dead reenactment group, Dark Star Orchestra. As I stared onto the stage at guitarist Rob Eaton’s mouth gaping Bob Weir face, I thought to myself, “how was tonight any different than if i’d… Read more »

Dave’s Summer Camp Friday Rewind

After shaking off the night before with some wake and bacon and eggs my Friday opened with Keller Williams on the Moonshine Stage.  Front row center I was able to finally witness the extraordinary one man band do his funky bass thang and was not disappointed. I’m not sure if Keller’s facial mannerisms signal anything… Read more »