All Good Presents and Grateful Dead tribute band Dark Star Orchestra hosted their second annual Dark Star Jubilee Music Festival over the Memorial Day weekend, and from the turnout, it seemed that the challenge made at 2012’s festival by emcee “Toast” was met by the fans of 2012’s Jubilee, where attendees and fans of the band were asked to “Bring a friend or two to next year’s (2013) Jubilee to m
While every state has their bevy of Grateful Dead cover bands, Colorado is proud to put Shakedown Street at the top of their list. Playing shows all over the Front Range and Rocky Mountains, they’ve built themselves into the beloved act they are today. Even Rob Eaton of Dark Star Orchestra plays with members on occasion when jamming around Colorado.
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 band's thirteen-year tenure. We are so thrilled to have you with us, Melvin.
Make your vacation plans NOW! The 10th Anniversary of the "Grateful Garcia Gathering" includes Melvin Seals of the Jerry Garcia Band performing w/ Terrapin Flyer, Brian Lesh & Ross James, Sanjay Mishra & Friends, guitarist Dave A'Bear from JGB, and more! Tickets for a limited time only. DON'T MISS JERRY GARCIA'S 71st BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS AUGUST 1st-4th! Ages 18+ ONLY.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Shakedown Street featuring Melvin Seals to the Boulder Theater on Friday, March 29th, 2013. Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, February 15th, 2013 at 10:00 am for $15 general admission.One of the longest running Grateful Dead tribute bands in the world, Shakedown Street, makes its home in and around the Rocky Mountain region of North America
With summer coming to an end and the leaves on the trees already changing, Catskill Chill was a perfect last hoorah for the 2012 festivals season. You would be hard pressed to find people complaining about the festival, which offered three full days of some incredible times.
Us Coloradoans are blessed with the summer opportunity to attend so many wonderful destination music festivals. From Telluride to Lyons, from Aspen to Nederland, the amount of music and fun available is really endless. Anybody considering moving from their ordinary neck-of-the-woods to Colorado could assure himself or herself that the music scene out here is at a peak in the summer months. I have two summer favorites that I never miss.