High Time, the Brooklyn-based rock quintet announced their upcoming fall residency at New York's iconic Brooklyn Bowl, presented by Relix. The group’s two-set performances reimagine the Grateful Dead’s early catalog and will be enhanced by a live liquid light show by Macrodose. High Time will bring back the classic Sunday-show tradition on October 22, November 19, and December 17, giving audiences a visceral musical experience with a tie-dyed and familiar flavor. To support Sundays at the Brooklyn Bowl, High Time is performing four additional shows in Philadelphia, PA; Kingston, NY; Lake Como, NJ; and Hamden, CT.
Tickets are available at www.hightimedeadband.com, and show-by-show at the links below.
High Time is beloved by music lovers and Deadheads for their transformative genre-bending interpretations of the Grateful Dead’s earliest underground performances and their relentless approach to taking on the Dead’s more extended, experimental jams. Adding to the psychedelic and nostalgic experience, the shows at the Brooklyn Bowl will feature a light show from Macrodose, using 1960s techniques updated with modern tools to create one-of-a-kind live visuals during the show.
High Time’s lineup includes founding members Adam Kriney (drums/vocals), Michael O’Neill (rhythm guitar/vocals), and Kevin Uehlinger (keys/vocals), with Pete Tonti (lead guitar/vocals) and James Preston (bass/vocals).
Formed in 2017 as a successor to New York City’s “Dead Tape” (2010-2013), which featured Kriney and Uehlinger, High Time’s inaugural run of shows was met by packed houses at the beloved Union Pool. Through a year-long residency, the band formed a new chemistry and developed a dedicated fanbase while fearlessly exploring the wild and weirder side of the Grateful Dead’s concert experience.
“We’re a group that grew up simultaneously listening to Miles Davis, Sonic Youth, Pink Floyd and Motörhead,” says O’Neill. “Channeling the Grateful Dead’s improvisational spirit, we use their music as a jam vehicle to combine all of these influences and create a sound that is uniquely our own while still maintaining the songbook and traditions of the Dead themselves.”
High Time Fall Show Details:
Fri, Oct 20th @ Tubby’s Kingston, NY
Tickets to be made available at https://www.tubbyskingston.com/music-calendar
Sun, Oct 22 @ Brooklyn Bowl, presented by Relix
Tickets on sale at https://www.ticketweb.com/event/high-time-brooklyn-bowl-tickets/1364473…
Fri, Nov 17 @ Salty's Beach Bar, Lake Como, NJ, presented by Scenic
Tickets on sale at https://www.ticketweb.com/event/high-time-grateful-dead-cover-saltys-be…
Sat, Nov 18 @ Space Ballroom, Hamden, CT, presented by Premier Concerts & Maniac
Tickets on sale at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/high-time-tickets-722133108567
Sun, Nov 19 @ Brooklyn Bowl, presented by Relix
Tickets on sale at https://www.ticketweb.com/event/high-time-brooklyn-bowl-tickets/1364474…
Sat, Dec 16 @ Kung Fu Necktie, Philadelphia, PA, presented by Dave Kiss
Tickets on sale at: https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/6679169/high-time-kensington-clearwater-r…
Sun, Dec 17 @ Brooklyn Bowl, presented by Relix
Tickets on sale at https://www.ticketweb.com/event/high-time-brooklyn-bowl-tickets/1364475…
About High Time: High Time is a Brooklyn-born rock sensation celebrated for their unique reinterpretation of the Grateful Dead's early catalog. Since 2017, they have crafted a sonic landscape that marries homage with innovation, reshaping classic tunes into a new psychedelic language. High Time lives in the space where tribute meets innovation — finding a new slant on a tried and true tradition.
High TIme lineup:
Adam Kriney - drums/vocals (The Golden Grass, Marmalade Knives)
Michael O’Neill - rhythm guitar/vocals (JD Samson & MEN, The Ladybug Transistor)
James Preston - bass/vocals (Trace Mountains, Hnry Flwr)
Pete Tonti - lead guitar/vocals (One-Eyed Jack)
Kevin Uehlinger - keys/vocals (Alchemusic)
About Macrodose: Macrodose consists of visual artists Chris Georges and Gregory Thrasher. Together they create psychedelic light shows and projections for bands all over New York City and Brooklyn. Using 60’s techniques updated with modern tools, Macrodose aims to create one-of-a-kind live visuals with liquids, video synthesis and cameras to give concertgoers a synesthetic experience. There are no laptops used. Everything is live and manipulated by hand.