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Inspired by Grateful Dead music with the spirit of New Orleans and American roots music, the band embodies a celebratory vibe with a depth of improvisation and breath that sets it apart. In 2015, Voodoo Dead debuted at the NOLA Jazz Festival as a super group with Steve Kimock, Bill Kreutzmann, Jeff Chimenti, Dave Schools, and Keller Williams.

Exemplifying more stateliness and grace than ever while still demonstrating the raucousness and instrumental power to bust open a barn door, Hot Tuna with Steve Kimock in tow wonderfully raged for three hours in Sacramento on September 4. The show, presented along with the rest of the current tour as “Electric Hot Tuna,” personified their status as one of the all-time best full-throttle power-blues/rock trios to have ever plugged in.

Marin's favorite son (and biggest rock star) Bob Weir and the North Bay's iconic venue launching a whole new offering.  They're calling it Sweetwater in the Sun and it's going down Sun Sept 23 at Stafford Lake Park in Novato. This is a family friendly event, and in addition to our main stage (lineup below) we have a kids stage with 2 kids bands, face painting, magic, bubbles, arts & crafts and more.  Our legendary chef Gordon Drysdale is also doing all the food, raising the bar on what folks can expect from "festival food."

Join us at beautiful Stafford Lake Park in Novato for Sweetwater in the Sun, the first Sweetwater Music Hall Festival, a full day of live music, food & drink, and family fun.

Lineup:

Bob Weir, Steve Kimock & Friends

The Skiffle Players

Jennifer Hartswick Band

Maggie Rose

Jerry Joseph & Steve Kimock Duo

Kids Grove Stage with music from:

Little Folkies Family Band featuring Irena Eide

Arann Harris & the Farm Band

plus face painting, magic, and arts & crafts!

Location

Novato, CA

Event Date
Add to Calendar 2018-09-23 18:11:00 2018-09-23 18:11:00 Title Description Location Grateful Web aaron@gratefulweb.com America/Denver public
Location

Frisco, CO

Event Date
Add to Calendar 2019-03-27 23:00:00 2019-03-27 23:00:00 Title Description Location Grateful Web aaron@gratefulweb.com America/Denver public

There’s no better way to celebrate the release of recorded music than to go play it live.

With Wavy Gravy, Bob Weir, and Steve Kimock as its star personalities on May 6, and Wavy’s Camp Winnarainbow the recipient of the evening’s proceeds, the intimate event at the Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, California, exuded a friends and family vibe. And there was cake!

Today, Jam Cruise announced the highly anticipated artist lineup and complete event details for the revered music cruise’s 2019 sailing. The intimate concert vacation at sea brings an eclectic artist lineup of veterans, first-time performers, and special super-groups to the Caribbean Sea for the first six-night sailing in over a decade. The complete list of confirmed artists is included below. 

Electric Hot Tuna's music is unique, an expression of Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady's individual personalities who forge their improvisational sounds with a feeling of significance into a dynamic event. Their electric sound is complete with the addition of drummer Justin Guip,* whose "emphatic yet fluid timekeeping is a true complement." Starting August 25, Steve Kimock, the blazing psychedelic guitarist versatile enough to touch almost all aspects of American music, will join Hot Tuna on tour.

Ardmore Music Hall will host a massive 2-night fundraiser and concert event on June 8th and 9th with iconic social activist and “official clown” of the Grateful Dead, Wavy Gravy, as the guest of honor and a star studded lineup of musicians to celebrate the music of the Grateful Dead and much more. Unlimited Devotion: A Rex Foundation fundraiser will include performances by Steve Kimock, Eric Krasno, John Kadlecik, Jeff Austin, Tom Hamilton, Holly Bowling and many more.

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