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DEAD CENTER at THE BROOKLYN BOWL

The Jam Stampede will perform at their ongoing Dead Center event at Brooklyn Bowl on January 25, 2011.  Michael Falzarano (New Riders, Hot Tuna) and Barry Mitterhoff (Hot Tuna) will join us again after having such a good time last August at the very well received Jerry Garcia Retrospective.

With the help of our good friends Michael and Barry we will again revisit some of the Grateful Dead lore. On this date January 25, 1971, 40 years ago, a very propitious year for the Dead, The NRPS and the Grateful Dead performed at the Seattle Center, Seattle Wash. This was a very common occurrence back at that time and sadly short lived.

In homage to that time and place, Jam Stampede will again mine the Grateful Dead and New Riders catalogue for yet another great Dead Center Show at the Brooklyn Bowl.

Brooklyn Bowl 61 Wythe Avenue Williamsburg Brooklyn NY | Show Date: January 25, 2011

JERRY GARCIA A RETROSPECTIVE

JAM STAMPEDE

Featuring members of the Zen Tricksters

Klyph Black, Tom Circosta, Dave Diamond

with Mike Mizwinski and Freeman White (Donna Jean Godchaux Band)

Special Guests

Michael Falzarano   ( New Riders of the Purple Sage, Hot Tuna)

Johnny Markowski  (New Riders of the Purple Sage)

http://www.thenewriders.com/

Barry Mitterhoff      (Hot Tuna)

http://hottuna.com/

Jason Crosby          (Robert Randolph, Susan Tedeschi Band)

http://www.robertrandolph.net/

http://www.susantedeschi.com/

at Brooklyn Bowl 61 Wythe Avenue Williamsburg Brooklyn NY

Show Date: August 9, 2010

Tickets: $5.00

Online ticketing:

Venue phone

Doors:  6:00pm

Show:   8:00pm

Band website: http://www.reverbnation.com/tomcircosta

Venue/Promoter website: http://www.brooklynbowl.com/calendar/

THE SHOW

A Celebration and Retrospective of Jerry Garcia his music and his musical influence and involvement with other musicians and bands. The Jam Stampede which features members of the Zen Tricksters will perform Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia Band, New Riders, Hot Tuna and other music that Jerry Garcia created and influenced.

Hot Fuckin' Tuna

We young people tend, for whatever reason, to badmouth those who are significantly older than us.  Maybe it's a fear of getting old ourselves that elicits this response, maybe it's a feeling of self-righteous know-it-all-ism, but what we tend to forget is that a great many things in this life get better with age.  Wine does, some cheese does, canned tuna does not, but Hot Tuna certainly does.