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Max Creek/Mike Gordon guitarist Scott Murawski talks to JamBase’s Chad Berndtson about Max Creek’s new album and 48th anniversary as well as his relationship with Mike Gordon, Trey Anastasio’s sit-in and more.
The band will play a “Get By With A Little Help From My Friends” super jam at their festival in Mariaville, New York.
Watch the 28th installment in our covers project honoring the Grateful Dead’s 50th anniversary.
Jam scene stalwarts were joined by a legendary Jamaican musician in New York City on Friday night.
We introduce a new feature compiling amazing performances that took place on this day five, ten, fifteen and twenty years ago from the likes of String Cheese Incident, the Grateful Dead, Yonder Mountain String Band and the Disco Biscuits.
Watch Mike Gordon and Scott Murawski team up to offer an acoustic rendition of the Flaming Lips’s “Are You A Hypnotist??”
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About Scott Murawski
Scott Murawski began his professional music career at 15 and has relentlessly pursued his craft as guitarist, singer and songwriter ever since. His drive to make music has helped fuel the legendary longevity of Max Creek and propelled him into numerous other diverse projects as well, including a solo album of his own compositions, key roles in bands such as Depth Quartet, Ramble Dove and the Mike Gordon Band, and most recently a collaboration with drummer Bill Kreutzmann of the Grateful Dead and bassist Oteil Burbridge of the Allman Brothers Band.
Suwannee Hulaween organizers confirmed the full 2019 lineup for the event.
Wilco, who added runs in St. Paul and Chicago to their fall tour, takes fans inside their legendary loft and around Chicago in the video for ‘Ode To Joy’ track “Everyone Hides”
Ween returns to the Northeast for a pair of December 2019 tour dates.
After opening act Gang Of Youths canceled due to illness, Mumford & Sons donned costumes and performed a set of covers as “The Sun Never Sets On The Cool Kids” on Monday at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix.
John Mayer covered the Grateful Dead with his Dead & Company band mate Bob Weir and Sammy Hagar last night in San Francisco.