It’s been a wild ride for Pink Talking Fish in 2019. Since bringing on new guitarist, Cal Kehoe, the band has been touring nonstop all over the country. The energy has been fresh and exciting as the new lineup moved from the Mid Atlantic states to a full West Coast sweep and back to Northeast with a stop down south in Atlanta for the band’s first 2019 festival appearance at Sweetwater 420 Music Festival.
Pink Talking Fish is a hybrid fusion band covering the legendary music of Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, and Phish. The band consists of 4 members. Richard James on keyboards, Eric Gould on bass, Zack Burwick on drums and Dave Brunyak on guitar and vocals. This band really knows how to embody the strong emotions in Pink Floyd's music. Also, the unique musical composition of Phish and the fun energetic funky beats of Talking Heads. Pink Talking Fish manages to blend all these sounds together to create an amazing story within every performance.
Rock guitar legends Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison assembled a small army of some of their most iconic rock acquaintances for a benefit concert at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles, April 16. The pair organized the Above Ground concert to raise funds and awareness for MusiCares foundation, which provides support and community services to musicians in need of medical, personal & financial assistance.
“Never miss a Sunday show.” This has long been word of the wise from many Phish fans when it comes to experiencing a run of shows. On top of that, the date 12/30 has always been a legendary night for the band. Walking into Madison Square Garden that Sunday night I expected to hear an entertaining show and hoped for some longer extended jams. After all, the opening two nights had overall solid set lists, but there was definitely room for more experimental jamming and improvisation.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Naïve Melodies at the Fox Theatre on Thursday, January 10th. Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, Deebmer 14th for $8.00 in advance and $10.00 day of show.Headliners the Naïve Melodies are one of those must-see acts for children of the ‘80s and all fans of the Talking Heads.
If you are a Deadhead living in SFO, PDX, PHL, BWI, or NYC, I need to talk to you about time and energy. But not in the “How do you get to Carnegie Hall?” tradition of “Practice, Practice, Practice”. Instead, I need to talk to you about the temporal evolution and aggregate electrical output that are quickly molding The Motet’s funkified adaptations of the Grateful Dead songbook into an instant must-see classic.