The Las Vegas JamBand Society (LVJBS) announced the details on its slate of Official Phish aftershows this April. On Thursday night, April 15th the LVJBS will present the Jennifer Hartswick Band featuring members of the Trey Anastasio Band.
The show will take place at the nightclub, Seven, located on the Strip, across from the Aladdin Hotel.
Making people smile and groove from coast to coast with the Trey Anastasio Band and now her own outfit, the young Jennifer Hartswick seems to have secured a major musical career. This past year she formed her first solo project, the Jennifer Hartswick Band, and released a new CD entitled Fuse. The band is preparing for an upcoming late summer and fall tour to promote the new CD, and Hartswick has stepped into the leadership role by recruiting four of her buddies from the Trey Anastasio Band. Ray Paczkowski (keyboards), Russ Lawton (drums), Andy Moroz (trombone), and Dave Grippo (saxophone) have teamed up with Hartswick again along with four of her favorite Burlington musicians: Dave Diamond (guitar), Chris "Bullah" Henry (bass), Luke Lapland (saxophone), and Christina Durfee (vocals).
TAB by Jeff Kravitz
Tickets for this show go on sale Monday, March 1st at 12:00 p.m. PST, and can be purchased exclusively through the JamBand Society's new ticketing site tickets.lvjbs.org. The site, which is powered by In-House Tickets, features ticket and show information for the entire slate of upcoming LVJBS events, as well as the opportunity for members, old and new, to pay their Society dues online.
On Friday night, the 16th, the LVJBS will present Umphrey's McGee at Club Rio (aka Scinta Showroom), located inside the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino.
Over the last few years Umphrey's McGee has toured the nation coast-to-coast, spreading their orchestral smorgasbord of sound. Having traversed the countryside, Umphrey's McGee has built up quite a repertoire of original music that changes with every show, and a large following of loyal fans to boot. Busting genres left and right, Umphrey's originals span everything from classical to bluegrass, gangsta-rap to hair-metal, jazz improv to downright dirty funk. Throw in some fun, unexpected covers and a great light show and you've got yourself a must-see performance. There really is something for everyone in Umphrey's McGee!
Tickets will go on sale on Friday, March 5th, 2004 at 12:00 p.m.
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