Latest Dave Johnston Articles
- Yonder Mountain String Band & The Travelin' McCourys Cover Grateful Dead In Asheville: Pro-Shot Video
The Travelin’ McCourys and Yonder Mountain String Band shared pro-shot video of their collaborative cover of “Brown-Eyed Women” by the Grateful Dead from Friday night in Asheville.
Jamgrass act Yonder Mountain String Band are bringing their new lineup to both coasts and a number of cities in between over the course of a month-long spring tour.
- The Infamous Stringdusters & Yonder Mountain String Band Cover Grateful Dead & Rolling Stones In Seattle
The Infamous Stringdusters & Yonder Mountain String Band teamed up on the Grateful Dead’s “Mister Charlie” and The Rolling Stones’ “No Expectations” to end their Saturday night show at The Showbox in Seattle.
Yonder Mountain String Band’s first tour with multi-instrumentalist Nick Piccininni began last week and included a tribute to late Rush drummer Neil Peart in Bozeman on Friday night.
Yonder Mountain String Band guitarist Adam Aijala discusses his experience at the Jeff Austin tribute, collaborating with Handmade Moments and more in a “The Art Of The Sit-In” segment featured in Episode 53 of ‘The JamBase Podcast.’
Jake Jolliff will be departing Yonder Mountain String Band at the end of 2019 with Nick Piccininni coming aboard in 2020.
Tedeschi Trucks Band busted out a Cowboy cover during their acoustic set at the Warner Theatre in Washington D.C.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead dusted off a Radiohead cover and welcomed Scott Metzger’s “future wife” violinist Katie Jacoby for a Bob Dylan tune at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.
Phish Riviera Maya 2020 continued in Mexico with night two featuring bust outs, impressive segues, rarities, memorable jams and more.
To celebrate Grateful Dead keyboardist Vince Welnick’s birthday, watch him lead the band on The Who’s “Baba O’Riley” and The Beatles’ “Tomorrow Never Knows” from MSG in 1993.
In honor of Faces’ recent reunion, this week’s Full Show Friday features 44 glorious minutes of pro-shot video from the band’s 1973 show at Edmonton Sundown in London.