Latest Holly Bowling Articles
Phil Lesh & Friends performed the same setlist the Grateful Dead did on Phil’s 50th birthday in 1990 over the past two nights at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California.
Greensky Bluegrass enlisted the help of Holly Bowling and Tom Hamilton from opening band Ghost Light for a Black Sabbath cover and more to close out their winter tour at The Tabernacle in Atlanta.
Greensky Bluegrass celebrated guitarist Dave Bruzza’s 40th birthday at The Tabernacle in Atlanta with mustache shenanigans and guests including Holly Bowling from opening band Ghost Light.
- Phil Lesh Adds Holly Bowling, Adam MacDougall & Scott Amendola To Lineups For Terrapin Crossroads Concerts
Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh expanded the lineups for a series of upcoming concerts he’ll play at Terrapin Crossroads.
Check out highlights from Greensky Bluegrass’ Saturday night show at The Anthem featuring special guests Tom Hamilton & Holly Bowling including Holly’s “Windshield” duet with GSBG’s Paul Hoffman.
Ghost Light stopped by Jam In The Van at the 2019 Wonderfront Festival to perform a trio of songs from their 2019 debut album ‘Best Kept Secrets.’
About Holly Bowling
Holly Bowling is a pianist and music teacher living in San Francisco. The dual experiences of studying classical piano since age five and attending close to 300 Phish shows since her first one in 2002 form the basis for her unique arrangements of Phish songs for solo piano. She likes long walks on the beach and the Tahoe Tweezer.
Alabama Shakes frontwoman Brittany Howard added dates to her 2020 tour in support of her debut solo album, ‘Jaime.’
Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio will bring the Trey Anastasio Band on the road for a nine-show tour in late-May and early-June that includes a date with Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit.
The String Cheese Incident added a pair of multi-night runs to their 2020 summer tour.
Neil Young said “anything is possible” when it comes to a CSNY reunion and noted he doesn’t plan to tour in 2020.
The Wood Brothers added seven shows to their 2020 spring tour in support of ‘Kingdom In My Mind.’