Pearl Jam, My Morning Jacket, and over 25 other acts rocked Napa Valley at the annual BottleRock festival on Saturday, May 25. The music was magnificent, the weather cooperated well enough, and concert attendees rounded out their experience – and perhaps their bellies – with a wide variety of muscats, chardonnays, and provincial farm-to-table cuisine. (This report only covers Saturday.

On the heels of their spirited reimagination of the Grateful Dead classic “Attics of My Life,” Bay Area collective Moonalice shares the tender acoustic version. Recorded completely live and led by the T-Sisters vocal trio of Erika, Chloe, and Rachel Tietjen, Moonalice pays homage to the great American songwriter Robert Hunter with arresting three-part harmonies. The song has become a staple in the band’s live set as the T’s give a gorgeous rendition of the Dead classic.

Led by Phil Lesh & Friends and Melvin Seals & JGB, the second generation, literally, of Terrapin Crossroads staff presented a one-day, two-stage, seven-band Sunday Daydream on August 27, in Novato, Calif.

San Francisco, get ready to be transported down the psychedelic soul lane! The Chapel, located at 777 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA, beckons music lovers for a surreal experience as Moonalice, known for their blend of psychedelic soul and rock-infused Americana, take over the stage this coming Friday, September 1. Amplifying the evening's ambiance will be a mesmerizing liquid light show courtesy of Mad Alchemy. An unparalleled musical and visual treat awaits in the heart of California!


Today, Bay Area collective Moonalice shares a spirited reimagination of “Attics of My Life.” Led by the T-Sisters vocal trio of Erika, Chloe, and Rachel Tietjen, Moonalice puts a soulful spin on the Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter-penned Grateful Dead classic. The single arrives during the week that is known to Deadheads as The Days Between, an annual global celebration of Jerry Garcia’s legacy.

Today, Bay Area collective Moonalice shares an acoustic version of the soulful anthem “Old & Proud.” Led by Moonalice vocalist Lester Chambers, the single is a tribute to the spirit of the older generation. Chambers confidently embraces aging on the call-and-response track, now reimagined with stripped-down instrumentation.


Bay Area collective Moonalice shares their single “Old & Proud.” Written alongside Nashville songwriter Dylan Altman, who has penned #1 hits for Tim McGraw and Jason Aldean, the call-and-response single confidently embraces aging, and is an anthem for the older generation. The song’s lyrics also tell the first-hand story of Moonalice vocalist Lester Chambers. Lester sings,

I was born the year 1940, oh, that seems so long ago


The Oakland Athletics will be joining in on all the fun this summer celebrating Jerry on August 18! With the purchase of a special event ticket, folks will receive a t-shirt, exclusive access to a pre-game concert featuring Moonalice, and a ticket to the game. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Rex Foundation.

Known for delivering a unique brand of psychedelic soul and rock-tinged Americana, Bay Area collective Moonalice ushers in the 4/20 holiday with a smokin’ version of  “Am I High?,” the cult stoner singalong anthem from 10x-Grammy-winning Asleep at the Wheel. Asleep at the Wheel’s founder and vocalist Ray Benson joins Moonalice on their new version, singing the song’s bridge and harmonizing in unison with the T Sisters.

Bay Area collective Moonalice releases Light Side of the Moonalice - An Acoustic Adventure, via Nettwerk. Recorded in August 2022 with 4x-Grammy Award-winning engineer Dave Way (Fiona Apple, Pink, Norah Jones), the acoustic project sees Moonalice rework staples from their recent pair of EPs Full Moonalice Vol. 1 and Full Moonalice Vol.


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