Thursday, September 23, 2004

Bob Weir and Ratdog "after show party" at BB King's-NYC featuring: G-13 w/
Special Guest Mark Karan of Ratdog.

Manhattan, New York, September 17th, 2004‹ The band G-13 out of Ocean City,
MD will be performing two late night sets on Friday, October 8th, 12:00 AM-
4:00 AM, at BB Kings Blue Club located in the heart of Manhattan's Times
Square at 237 West 42 St. They will be joined onstage for a portion of the
evening by Ratdog's lead guitar player, Mark Karan. Advanced tickets may be
purchased for $8 at BB King's Box Office or through Ticketmaster online and
phone charge. Patrons may also show a Beacon theatre ticket stub from that
night's Ratdog show at the door to receive the advanced ticket price.
Otherwise tickets are $12.

Having been playing seven years now, G-13 claims the Eastern Seaboard as
their acquired ©¯stomping grounds.©˜ From Charleston, SC to New York City and
all points between, their upbeat, songs are being performed relentlessly to
fulfilled audiences. Pulling from a vast repertoire of songs including
several originals, G-13 delivers an eclectic blend of Rock n©ˆ Roll,
Americana, and Improvisational music.

Since 1998, Mark Karan has been touring with offshoots of the Grateful Dead
(including The Other Ones, Mickey Hart's Planet Drum and Bobby Weir's
Ratdog). Before crossing over into the land of the Dead, Mark worked his
guitar voodoo for the likes of Dave Mason, Paul Carrack, Delaney Bramlett,
the Rembrandts, Huey Lewis, Jesse Colin Young, Alex Call and Sophie B.