Holly Bowling Covers Phish, Grateful Dead, Allmans & More At TELEFUNKEN Lab


Pianist Holly Bowling recently stopped by TELEFUNKEN Soundstage in South Windsor, Connecticut to perform covers from Phish, the Grateful Dead and more. The microphone manufacturer shared video of the performance for their Live From The Lab series.

For the session, Bowling offered up instrumental, solo acoustic piano versions of Phish’s “Taste” from the Vermont quartet’s 1996 album Billy Breathes; the Grateful Dead’s “Brokedown Palace” from their 1970 classic LP American Beauty; the Duane Allman-penned, Eat A Peach (1972) closer “Little Martha” and the Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 1970 protest anthem “Ohio.” Watch all four performances below:


Brokedown Palace


Little Martha