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Terrapin Crossroads Presents has announced that Phil Lesh & Friends will headline their third ‘Sunday Daydream’ Festival at McNears Beach Park in San Rafael, CA, on July 21, 2024. The band, and all musical acts at Sunday Daydream Vol. 3, will celebrate the 50 year anniversary of ‘Grateful Dead at the Hollywood Bowl on 7/21/74’, an iconic show from the band at the height of their musical prowess and innovation.

Fans of the iconic Jimi Hendrix should prepare for an exciting event as the much-anticipated Experience Hendrix Tour makes its return this fall. Launching in Hendrix's birthplace, Seattle, this 24-date tour is set to deliver a thrilling tribute to his music and lasting influence, with stops in major U.S. cities throughout September and October 2024.

Jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan, a Princeton alumnus best known for the virtuosity of his innovative two-hand touch technique, recalls his lesser-known past at the cutting edge of computer music in the 1970s and 80s, in a new podcast released today by the Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science.

Guitar virtuoso Stanley Jordan has announced the debut of his latest project, "Stanley Plays The Dead," a band formed out of Jordan's deep respect and admiration for the Grateful Dead and their legendary guitarist Jerry Garcia. The band has just released a captivating rendition of "Eyes of the World," a classic from the Grateful Dead's 1973 album Wake of the Flood. Fans can view the mesmerizing performance here.

Renowned guitarist Stanley Jordan has announced the formation of his latest project, a four-piece ensemble titled "Stanley Plays The Dead." This new venture aims to pay homage to the iconic sounds of the Grateful Dead, particularly celebrating the legendary Jerry Garcia's influential guitar work. Known for his eclectic musical taste, Jordan's exploration into the realm of the Grateful Dead aligns perfectly with his diverse array of influences, ranging from classical and rock to world music and Americana.

August 18-21 is the 13th season of The Hudson Valley Jazz Festival. This 4 day series places many area musicians alongside top names in jazz.  From Port Chester to New Paltz to Sugar Loaf to Acord to Warwick to Woodstock to Port Jervis to Greenwood Lake to Kingston.

Last Saturday, Melvin Seals & JGB continued a now-tradition established in the last couple years of playing the legendary Warfield Theatre in Downtown San Francisco.

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