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Tag Archives: Grateful Dead
Jerry & JJ
We’re going to be celebrating the lives and music of Jerry Garcia and J.J. Cale by including some of their songs in our sets tomorrow night at the Waterfront Hotel Bar in Fells Point. Today is Jerry’s birthday, and while … Continue reading
Posted in Music Tagged Andy, Baltimore, Baltimore Rock Music, birthday, Chris, Cover, death, Eric Clapton, Fells Point, Gig, Grateful Dead, J.J. Cale, Jerry Garcia, Lies, live, Live Music, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Original Music, passing, Rock, Scarlet Begonias, Show, tribute, Waterfront Hotel, Waylon Jennings, YouTube Leave a comment
Some fun shows this week
We’ve got two fun shows this week. First, on Thursday, we’ll be back at Stan and Joe’s in Annapolis. And, then on Saturday, we’ll be headed into Second Chance Saloon. Both shows are going to feature our sound, which one … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Annapolis, back beat, Baltimore Rock Music, Columbia, funk, Gig, Grateful Dead, live, Live Music, Original Music, Second Chance, Stan and Joe's Saloon 1 Comment
Chris and Andy sat down at the Yellow Submarine to play an acoustic cover of the Grateful Dead classic ‘Scarlet Begonias’. Hope you dig!
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Prepping for the Show – Open Mic at Diamondback Tavern
We had some good jams last Wednesday with our good friend Steve Baron (of Tiller’s Prospect) filling in on the skins for us. Tommy’s taking a bit a of a hiatus, so we are working with Steve to fill in … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Andy, Baltimore Rock Music, Chris, Diamondback Tavern, Ellicott City Music, Gig, Grateful Dead, live, Live Music, Open Mic, Original Music, Rock, Ryan, Scarlet Begonias->Fire on the Mountain, Steve Baron, The Whiskey in Annapolis, Tillers Prospect, Tommy Smith Percussion Leave a comment