About Fulero Lehe
After several sky-opening musical moments within the star-studded Everyone Orchestra, NW keyboard legend Asher Fulero and Norcal guitar wizard Sean Lehe found themselves inspired to collaborate on their shared vision of a glorious rock band that could harness the intense power of their combined musical energy. After a few attempts with various rhythm sections (including members of ALO, New Monsoon, Cake, Izabella and others), the pair decided against an arbitrary band name, opting instead to call themselves simply Fulero Lehe. In March 2011 they enlisted first-call Bay Area bassist Mark ‘Murph’ Murphy and drummer Zack Bowden (Jackie Greene) to record their debut studio album, Cocoon . With an arena-sized sound that will blow you away, Fulero Lehe re-invents elements of classic favorites into a cohesive original whole that engages in the same way as Phish, Steely Dan, Wilco, Pink Floyd, Genesis, and the Grateful Dead, all with the energy of hungry young lions ready to roar their way to the top. Like a jamband Becker & Fagen, the duo hold their flights of freewheeling rock to the highest standards of quality. Groove you can count on, creative original songs, incredible exploratory improvisations, and epic roof-shattering guitar solo climaxes that will leave even the most jaded rock stalwarts with a smile and a clenched fist.
Umphrey’s McGee brought out Here Come The Mummies and Southern Avenue’s Tierinii Jackson and played their album ‘Anchor Drops’ in full Friday at Summer Camp.
The String Cheese Incident sprinkled a two set performance at DelFest with guest appearances from Del McCoury, Robbie and Ronnie McCoury, Billy Strings and more.
Watch Bob Dylan perform at Madison Square Garden on November 1, 1998 to celebrate the singer-songwriter’s 78th birthday.
The Allman Brothers Band tribute act The Family Peach featuring Butch Trucks’ son and daughter played their first concert together on Wednesday night in Buena Vista, Colorado.
Watch Umphrey’s McGee dust off a Jane’s Addiction cover on Thursday night at Summer Camp that they last played on June 9, 2000 – a span of 2,251 shows.