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Sound Summit 2017 | Review and Photos

Submitted by Alan Sheckter on Sun, 09/17/2017 - 7:29 am

A few thousand music-loving adventure-seekers on September 9 received quite the idyllic sun-splashed reward when they witnessed this year’s Sound Summit, headlined by Phil Lesh and some extra special “friends.” The eight-hour festival-like show, chock full of five performers plus an avant-garde dance ensemble, took place at a perch high above Marin County, California’s Mill Valley, at a hundred-year-old stone amphitheater near the top of the area’s famed Mt. Tamalpais.

Grateful Web Interview with Holly Bowling

Submitted by Michael Bachara on Tue, 02/07/2017 - 4:15 pm

Holly Bowling's latest release from Royal Potato Family titled 'Better Left Unsung' is a collection of classical solo piano improvisations and arrangements of the music of The Grateful Dead.

Bowling possesses a devotion to improvisational rock music and the vision to painstakingly transcribe “jam” masterworks note-for-note, arranging them for solo piano and improvising upon what was already written.

Holly Bowling Announces Winter Tour

Submitted by The Royal Pota… on Wed, 11/02/2016 - 1:46 pm

Holly Bowling, the classical pianist behind Distillation of a Dream: The Music of Phish Reimagined for Solo Piano, is gearing up to release her second studio album, Better Left Unsung, this time taking on the music of The Grateful Dead. In support of the release, Holly is hitting the road for a 17-date tour across the U.S.

Holly Bowling Plays The Grateful Dead

Submitted by The Royal Pota… on Mon, 09/12/2016 - 12:19 pm

Holly Bowling has announced the release of Better Left Unsung, a collection of solo classical improvisations and arrangements of The Grateful Dead, due December 9 on Royal Potato Family. A classically trained pianist, Bowling possesses one distinction that sets her apart from similarly studied musicians—a devotion to improvisational rock music and the vision to painstakingly transcribe “jam” masterworks note-for-note, arranging them for solo piano and improvising upon what was already wri

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