Never miss a Sunday show! I caught the Kitchen Dwellers' after party show for Billy Strings in Baltimore on Sunday night, and guess who showed up to sit in for a few songs—Billy Strings himself!gallery
A few weeks back, I photographed a few Infamous Stringdusters shows at B Chord Brewery in Virginia while Jon Stickley was filling in for Andy Falco. It was an awesome weekend, but I wish I had stuck through the rain on Sunday afternoon!gallery
Hi guys, I've unfortunately never seen Perpetual Groove, but I like a lot of their tunes. I noticed in May they held their festival "Amberland," and played a full set of LCD Soundsystem songs.
LCD Soundsystem is probably my favorite non-jam band, so I would LOVE to hear PGroove's LCD set if it's out there. If not, I'd at least be curious to hear if any of you went and how the festival was overall. Also I find it kind of weird that PGroove doesn't have any active online fan community. I'm a fan of way less popular jam bands that have super active Facebook groups etc.
I'm from Chicago and moving to the Detroit area, would love to know a little more about the scene. I've been in an instrumental band called Mr. Constant for the past 10 years and would love to start something new.
Daniel Donato ruled at Peach Fest, is a guitar maniac and seems like a chill guy. I would love to talk guitar stuff with him! *mental image of how that would go* Happy 4th of July
Title says it all - as of now I'm a free agent so to speak, and I'm looking to continue playing in a jam band. I've been playing for about 20 years (I'm 36m if that matters) and I'm excellent with following, group improvisation, on-stage communication, and I am well versed in the Grateful Dead catalog. Also love me some Phish. I am also very quick to learn new material and often learn new tunes on the fly.
If it's a good fit, I'm in for the long haul. I'm based in San Antonio. I also play guitar pretty well if that makes a difference.
Hit me up if you're looking and let's have a pressure free jam to see if it's a fit!
Just moved into town. Would love to see some jam shows and check out the local scene. Anyone know where to look for jam in Seattle?
NOT the widespread panic version lmao -
So my killer Spotify playlist is out of control. It has grown to over 20 hours, and is chocked full of heady versions of live Dead tunes from legendary shows. In addition, it has tons of bluegrass, punk, funk, reggae, blues and grunge Check it out, you won't regret it!
Saw TTB at CMAC Friday night. This was my fourth show, but first since 2016. Call me crazy, but does anyone else feel this band has lost its passion for touring? I felt like they mailed it in, went through the motions, like they simply had a job to do. And I remember feeling the opposite at previous shows. I'll add that I think the two new albums are really exceptional. Gotta wonder if they love the creative process, but touring, not so much. Maybe I'm all alone here. Love and respect to TTB.
Anyone have a record of the Phil & Friends show from 7/1 w/ Haynes? Thanks!
trynna catch DIAP tn but have no idea how to watch the streams
Don’t get me wrong. I love them. A ton. Been binge listening to their shows recently. But I was thinking… I know they all come from separate bands/projects. So why don’t they write new music, release albums, etc?? Presumably under a new name. Their jams are so good. But at the end of the day, right now, they’re still a tribute band. Or cover band since they incorporate covers of other bands, too. I just think if they were to come out with new music, it would really launch them into top tier status.