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This past weekend’s ALO and Tea Leaf Green shows in Colorado each ended with an encore featuring members of both bands.
Bay Area-based band Go By Ocean unveiled the video for “Come Down,” the first single from the group’s upcoming ‘Faded Photographs’ EP.
Bay Area jam band Tea Leaf Green are headed east for a series of shows later this year.
Listen to both of this past weekend’s ALO Tour d’Amour XII shows, which each featured special guests and Blondie covers.
Go By Ocean will perform each of the final three Tuesdays of January at Amnesia in San Francisco.
Watch high-quality footage of one of the more unusual sets in Tea Leaf Green history.
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About Eric DiBerardino
Eric DiBerardino is a bassist/guitarist currently residing in San Francisco, CA. Born and raised in Connecticut, with a 6 year stint in Colorado, Eric has played music since he was 16, performing both locally and in venues across the country. He currently plays electric bass in Go By Ocean, The Loyal Scam (founding member), Fred Torphy & The Spirits, Little Brothers, Guitarmageddon, and his own soul series To Lay It Down, which, as the band leader/director, he navigates soul, r&b, and groove classics as well as the funkier side of The Grateful Dead And Jerry Garcia Band catalogues.
Eric is also the guitarist, band leader, and founder of Bay area bluegrass band Cold & In The Bay, which pays tribute to Old And In The Way with an All-Star cast.
Another project Eric created is his solo acoustic guitar act Under The Covers, where he sings and plays covers from across genres and decades in small/ divey bars around San Francisco to the delight of friends, drunkards, and all who attend.
The initial 2019 lineup for the High Sierra Music Festival includes Greensky Bluegrass, Jim James and many more.
Legendary rocker Neil Young detailed a series of January 2019 solo shows.
SiriusXM satellite radio will re-launch Phish Radio on Monday and continuing through New Year’s Day, including a live broadcast of the band’s New Year’s Eve concert.
Rocker Dave Grohl at first didn’t want to perform “All Apologies” from his Nirvana days during Sunday’s Pop Up Snow Jam with Warren Haynes but is glad he changed his mind.
WinterWonderGrass founder Scott Stoughton, Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth and The Infamous Stringdusters’ Chris Pandolfi discuss the festival’s Vermont debut.