Latest Cris Jacobs Band Articles
Greensky Bluegrass and hometown favorites Cris Jacobs Band loaded the stage for a three-song tribute of Grateful Dead songs in honor of Jerry Garcia’s birthday on Thursday night at MECU Pavilion in Baltimore.
Bassist Mike Gordon sat-in with the Cris Jacobs Band after Phish’s show Saturday night at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland.
Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band and the Cris Jacobs Band will perform at Terrapin Crossroads’ Fourth Of July Celebration.
Watch highlights from Billy Strings’ Psychedelic Circus performance featuring the Cris Jacobs Band at this past weekend’s Aiken Bluegrass Festival.
Terrapin Crossroads will host a July 4th celebration at its Beach Park outdoor space featuring Phil Lesh and more.
About Cris Jacobs Band
After 10 years as guitarist, songwriter, and singer for Baltimore band The Bridge, Cris Jacobs is embarking on a solo career. With the new Cris Jacobs Band, he has tapped some of Baltimore’s finest musicians and written a bunch of new material. With the upright bass wizardry of Jake Leckie, the textured and subtle drumming of Mike Gambone (also of The Bridge), the beautiful, haunting pedal steel guitar work of Dave Hadley, and the blissful harmony singing and tasty rhythms of Cris’ longtime musical partner, Ed Hough, this band creates a fresh and unique sonic palate that is a perfect complement to Cris’ soulful sound.
Celebrate Dickey Betts’ 76th birthday by watching the legendary guitarist in action with The Allman Brothers Band on January 16, 1982 in Gainesville, Florida.
The 2020 lineup for Pharrell Williams’ Something In The Water music festival includes Beck, Leon Bridges, Chance the Rapper, Clipse, Foo Fighters and more.
The latest installment of ‘The JamBase Podcast’ features Wilco guitarist Nels Cline.
The Grateful Dead’s rendition of “Help On The Way/Slipknot!/Franklin’s Tower” on June 14, 1991 at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. is the latest installment of the band’s ‘All The Years Live’ video series.
Phish’s historic “all-night” set at their Big Cypress festival in the early hours of the year 2000 is profiled in the latest installment of Osiris’ ‘After Midnight’ podcast.