Poor Man's Whiskey
The marquee reads “Poor Man’s Whiskey: A Tribute to the Allman Brothers Band,” and the assumption that they’re no more than a cover band is understandable. Helping fuel the fire is their history of playing The Fox Theater with their renditions of Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” and the music of Old and In The Way. What the casual passerby doesn’t understand, however, is that there’s much more to this band than rehashing their favorite artists and albums on stage.
Join Poor Man's Whiskey in a special evening of their original Nor-Cal hoe-down and jams as well as a special set of their favorite "Old and in the Way" tunes at the Fairfield Theater in Fairfield, CT this Sunday night, 7/20. Come early and sing along to some of the songs that have served as inspiration to many and given birth to the modern "jamgrass" scene.
The good old boys of Poor Man’s Whiskey, featuring former Cornmeal fiddler Allie Kral, kicked things up a notch at the Fox Theatre on Friday, June 14th with two full sets of northern California bluegrass-based rhythms. The show was billed as Poor Man’s Whiskey playing the music of Old & In the Way, an early seventies bluegrass super group featuring Jerry Garcia of Grateful Dead notoriety, bluegrass pioneer Peter Rowan, and a who’s who of string pickers in David Grisman, Vassar Clements, and Jerry Garcia Band alumni John Kahn.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Great American Taxi & Poor Man's Whiskey at the Fox Theatre on Friday, January 25th. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 30th for $12.00 in advance and $15.00 day of show.GREAT AMERICAN TAXI"I believe in the power of music and songs that can generate the energy to do something," explains He
Americana/Jamgrass acts Great American Taxi and Poor Man’s Whiskey have announced a cooperative tour that will cover most of northern California and Oregon.The two bands have played a lot of the same festivals but have never shared the same stage until this Halloween when they set out for 9 dates starting in Santa Cruz, CA at Moe’s Alley.Each band will play a full 90 minute set and collaboration between the two
Opening up the show, the band Onward, Soldiers, fresh off recording their sophomore LP, Monsters, started us off with a tight performance that sourced heavily from their new album. Rapidly collecting fans and critical attention, this young band from North Carolina gave concertgoers reason to jump on the bandwagon. According to lead singer Sean Thomas Gerard, “We’ve been a band for three years, but only two years with the current members.” Despite that fact,