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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.
Chris Robinson’s Green Leaf Rustlers shared a Rolling Stones cover from their forthcoming live double LP debut ‘From Within Marin.’
Phil Lesh returned to the stage for the first time since August on New Year’s Day and also announced a three-night run at The Capitol Theatre in honor of his 80th birthday.
Supergroup Green Leaf Rustlers previewed their forthcoming debut album, ‘From Within Marin,’ which was recorded live by Betty Cantor Jackson, by sharing “That’s Alright Mama” from the LP.
Green Leaf Rustlers will ring in 2020 with a New Year’s Run of two shows at Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, California.
Two series of Green Leaf Rustlers’ concerts in California have been confirmed.
About John Molo
John Molo is the product of immigrants – he counts three grandparents who came to the United States from Ireland and one from the border of Switzerland and Austria which is where his surname comes from. Molo grew up and lived in Washington, D.C. but his oceanographer father became increasingly concerned about the safety of the inner city and moved the family to the suburbs of Langley Virginia where he went to high school at Langley High School in Mclean, Virginia .
Molo was a member of Bruce Hornsby and the Range when the band won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist of 1986. After the Range disbanded in 1990, Molo continued to collaborate and tour with Hornsby until 2000.
In May 2009, Molo joined the band Moonalice.
Roger Waters added a handful of concerts to his upcoming This Is Not A Drill 2020 tour of North America.
Widespread Panic will release a live album entitled ‘Sunday Show’ in April and will enter the studio with producer John Keane in May.
Santana and Earth Wind & Fire will join forces for a cross-country tour of arenas, stadiums and amphitheaters this summer.
Former MLB star Ryan Dempster talks about this weekend’s Innings Festival and his “Off The Mound” talk show.
Rage Against The Machine expanded their upcoming run at Madison Square Garden in New York City.