Saturday, February 28, 2009

Tour dates are starting to pop up for Jay Lane's Band of Brothersz!!
Check it out at
http://bandofbrotherz.org/tour.php

Friday, February 27, 2009

Well another rare instance of GD sighting on the TMZ...

clicky here!

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Mr Freaking claims he buys Playboy for the articles and not the hotties...
But then,
How did he miss this Bobby Weir sighting in the March edition???????

Check it out @
http://www.rukind.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=346&t=5965

Saturday, February 21, 2009

David Gans is on the way!

Upcoming shows:

Sunday, March 1, 7pm MST: "House" concert at KZMU in Moab, Utah. Live performance at the radio station (1734 Rocky Road, Moab) and streaming online. It's the Kokopelli Coffee House with host Backofbeyondananda. Suggested donation $10 and some food to share.

Monday, March 2, 6:30pm: House concert in Salt Lake City. Suggested donation $10 and some food to share. Email wickenden@gmail.com for more info.

Wednesday, March 4, 9:00 pm: Flagstaff Brewing Company, 16 E. Route 66, Flagstaff AZ. No cover!

Saturday, March 7, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm: Grand Lake Farmers' Market at Splash Pad Park (across from the Grand Lake Theater) in Oakland CA. Free! Great produce, crafts, and prepared foods.

Saturday, March 7, 6pm: Rubber Souldiers and Batacha play a benefit and auction for the Nonesuch School. Masonic Center, 373 N. Main, Sebastopol CA. $20, or $15 if you bring 3 cans of food for the food bank. 707-696-6800.

Saturday, March 14, 3-5pm: Saturday Casual & Cozy winter time Music Series at Iron Springs Pub and Brewery, 765 Center Blvd, Fairfax CA. No cover!

March 26-29: Suwannee SpringFest, at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak FL (just across the Georgia line). DG plays solo and with Rubber Souldiers! Plus Donna the Buffalo, Emmitt Nershi Band, The Duhks, The Lee Boys, Darrell Scott, Darol Anger & Mike Marshall with Väsen, Blueground Undergrass, Dread Clampitt, more TBA. http://www.magmusic.com

More info and more shows at http://www.dgans.com/gigs.html

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Last Night GAMH!

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Flashback!

Sunday, February 15, 2009

My pix/clips are a bit lame but so many folks had cameras running that it's likely you will find lots of goodies over on you tube and around the web,
but for here and now- pictures..

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Last night was a rockin and rollin and soulful night at the Great American Music Hall. video

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Date or no date

The place to be tonight is-

Merl Saunders'
75th Birthday Bash
(A Memorial and Celebration of Merl's life!)

Featuring:
David Grisman
Melvin Seals
Narada Michael Walden
Norton Buffalo
Bill Vitt
Tony Saunders
Original Rainforest Band
Michael Hinton
Larry Vann
Michael Warren
Carl Lockett
Larry Batiste
Misa Malone
Peter Albin
The Rowan Bros. (Lorin & Chris)
Nick Gravenites
Mitch Stein

Master of Ceremonies:
Max Gail
Date: Saturday, February 14, 2009

Doors: 7:30 PM
Show: 8:30 PM

Tickets: On Sale Sunday, January 4
$25
General Admission

Dinner Ticket $49.95
(sample menu here)

Download ticket fax form here

Tickets available on-line at gamhtickets.com

Charge by phone at
1-888-233-0449

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Monday, February 09, 2009

video
"An Evening Under The Stars"
Celebrating 10 Years of Service to Bay Area Children

Tickets on sale now!

Join us on Wednesday, March 4th
as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary
with fine food & wine, a silent auction,
and special guests on stage including:

KQED's Michael Krasny
in conversation with
author Isabel Allende

Private concert by Moonalice
with Bob Weir and Mark Karan

Great American Music Hall
859 O’Farrell St., San Francisco
Wednesday, March 4th, 2009
6:30 p.m.

February 2008
Project AVARY is a nonprofit, community-based program for youth with a parent in prison or jail.



Somebody has nice things to say about the Bobstaar in this Glide interviewhttp://www.glidemagazine.com/articles/54382/steve-kimock-crazy-engine.html

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I have posted a few other videos on Facebook and Youtube but will move or upload here as time allows.

Thursday, February 05, 2009

a birthday gift for Scott!

Thanks Woz for the news!


Weir & Wasserman Are Scaring The Children Once Again

In the late 80s and early 90s, Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman often toured together as Scaring The Children. The two went on to form RatDog, with Wasserman departing the group in 2002. On March 26, the longtime friends will take to the stage together once again as Scaring The Children at the Fillmore in San Francisco. They will be joined at this show by RatDog's Jay Lane (with echoes of the RatDog 3 from year's past, including a notable Wetlands Preserve run in February 1999). Also on the bill is Band of Brotherz, with a presale starting Tuesday, February 10 at Noon EST.

http://www.jambands.com/News.phtml?newsfile=redesign_news402.html#2-5-31

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

A word or 2 about Bobby in Keller Williams interview-
The entire interview may be read at http://www.cw.ua.edu/interview_keller_williams-1.1353188

CW: What was it like going over to Bob Weir’s (The Grateful Dead) house to record the song “Cadillac” on your album, “Dream?”

Williams: That was very surreal. The whole process of that coming about actually took about a year and half. He is very kind and generous and welcoming. I am sure he knew that I was [a] little bit nervous and he definitely was very cool. It was a very pleasurable experience.

CW: You can hear Weir’s dog barking in the song. Why did you guys decide to leave him in there?

Williams: Bobby wanted a foot-tapping track. This was after I was gone. He had cork floors in the studio, and felt the sound of flesh on the bottom of his foot sounded really good and he wanted to record that. So he did and the dog was outside the screen door and he started barking. We left it in and it felt really organic and natural and like home-studio style, which is what it was. I wanted to leave everything that Bobby put into that song.

CW: The song eventually won a Jammy for “song of the year,” but I remember listening to it for the first time going, “Is that really a dog?”

Williams: It’s very Grateful Dead-y. You know what I mean? There is the record where they are at Radio City Music Hall and the dog walks out on stage. The dog thing to me is very Grateful Dead-scene oriented.

Monday, February 02, 2009

[GDTSTOO] The Dead 2009 Last call

We have a few tickets remaining for some
of the shows for The Dead Tour 2009 that
will be available via credit card only. Please
NO phone calls or emails asking for seat
locations, we have limited floor and lower
bowl tickets. This offer will close when
tickets are gone or by February 3, 2009.
Ticket prices and the credit card form can
be found on our website.
gdtstoo.com

The Crew Of GDTS TOO
February 2, 2009

Going Home

Hello Friends,
We are home from the Ratdog Daze in Jamaica.
It was a beautiful time we had there!
Perfect and a bit surreal.
Still a little tired from the journey home.


Already there is video to check out!
Here is Brokedown Palace, which was our final song in Jamaica.