This is Dylan Muhlberg of Grateful Web here with legendary organ and piano man Melvin Seals. Melvin has been a strong presence in American Rock and Soul music for well over thirty years. He was tapped by Jerry Garcia to join his band in 1980 and remained a member for the rest of the bands thirteen-year tenure. We are so thrilled to have you with us Melvin.
The five piece multi-talented Milo Greene is devotedly touring the United Sates to share their unique brand of Cinematic-Pop. Grateful Web will be covering their show this Saturday at Headliners Music Hall in Louisville, Kentucky. We were lucky enough to speak with Vocalist and Multi-Instrumentalist Graham Fink to talk about all things Cinema, Bonnaroo, and St.
This Thursday, February 28, Lazy Dog will host a multiple-band benefit in honor of those affected by the Sandy Hook shootings in Newtown, Connecticut. Matt Flaherty, a founding member of Boulder’s own Hot Soup, initiated and organized the proceedings. The following is an interview with Matt all about this benefit. Suggested donation is between $10 and $20.
GW: When did you discover that you wanted to play music and how did that come about? Was that in India or Switzerland?AM: My love for music is probably part of my DNA. There are several musicians in my large, extended Indian family. When I was a teenager in India, we used to literally crave the opportunity to listen to 'Western music' - especially in the 60s when everything was starting to break wide open. It wasn't always easy to come by the latest albums, but when we did it was like a big, important birthday.
Grateful Web recently had an opportunity to speak to musician, songwriter and music journalist, David Gans. David is the host of the weekly syndicated radio show The Grateful Dead Hour, co-authored the book Playing in the Band: An Oral and Visual Portrait of the Grateful Dead and this weekend David is preparing for the annual Berkeley based KPFA Dead Marathon, whi
Despite coming from a bloodline rich in southern rock and roll history, Devon Allman has always marched to his own tune. The son of Gregg Allman and front man for Honeytribe and Royal Southern Brotherhood talks in depth about his new solo record, life in a supergroup, and his love of music.
One year ago, today, I saw Kung Fu for the first time at Cervantes. They opened for The Motet during their Funk is Dead Halloween reprise. Apropos to their name, Kung Fu took the stage in full black gis and, given that first visual, I really didn’t know what to expect.
Grateful Web’s Evan Marks recently had a chance to catch up with some of the guys from Denver-based, The Motet. The Motet were playing a couple of shows to help celebrate Cervantes’ 10th Anniversary. The guys talked about their origins, influences, Jam Cruise and some of their favorite Motet shows thus far.
If you're in Fayetteville, AR on January 6, you can start your 2013 music season with a free show that will blow your pants off – and probably any other clothing you're wearing that night.When Little Rock's Flameing Daeth Fearies put on a show, they go all out (and all in).