Sep 14, 2015 • 6:40 am PDT
Organizers have announced Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir will be a “special guest” at the event. Wavy Gravy will serve as Minister of Mirth while Murph & Mac will be Masters of Ceremonies and Harry Duncan will be Roots & Rhythm Spin Master.
Producers of the 2013 Mount Tam Jam have announced Tedeschi Trucks Band will headline the 2015 Sound Summit. The new one-day concert event will take place September 19 at Cushing Memorial Amphitheater in Mount Tamalpais State Park in Mill Valley, California.
Joining Tedeschi Trucks Band on the bill are Dr. John & The Nite Trippers, The Mother Hips, The Mother Truckers and The Portland Cello Project. Sponsored by the nonprofit Roots & Branches Conservancy which is run by Mount Tam Jam executive producer Michael Nash, Sound Summit’s historic location is the same as the 1967 Fantasy Fair & Magic Mountain concert event which featured performances over multiple days by more than 30 bands including Jefferson Airplane, The Byrds and The Doors, and is often regarded as the first major American music festival.
Tickets to Sound Summit are currently available through the festival’s website.
Ian Rawn shares photos from Saturday at Atlanta’s SweetWater 420 Fest, which ended with Brandon “Taz” Niederauer collaborating with the Tedeschi Trucks Band.
Both Widespread Panic and Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band shared the stage with guest guitarists on Friday at the Wanee Festival.
The broadcast schedule for this weekend’s free webcast featuring select sets from the SweetWater 420 Fest in Atlanta has been revealed.
The latest episode of ‘The JamBase Podcast’ features”The Rundown,” our first “Mailbag” segment, G. Love on the debut of “Worst Show Ever” and Eric Krasno discussing his “Musical Mentors.”
Harmonica player Hook Herrera sat-in during several parts of Gov’t Mule’s 2018 Spring Tour opening show last night in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
JamBase contributor Chad Berndtson shares his thoughts accompanied by Andrew Blackstein’s photos and a handful of videos from As The Crow Flies’ tour opener in Port Chester.