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A free webcast of Sunday’s 16th annual Jerry Day will feature sets from Stu Allen & Mars Hotel, Melvin Seals & JGB and the Gary Gates Band.
Watch all of Tuesday night’s “Thunder & Lightning” show that took place at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California.
Watch Phil Lesh & Stu Allen lead a Thunder & Lightning performance live from Terrapin Crossroads via a free webcast on Tuesday night.
A May installment of Phil Lesh & Stu Allen’s “Thunder & Lightning” series at Terrapin Crossroads has been announced.
Phil Lesh and Stu Allen led the latest Thunder & Lightning concert at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California on Tuesday night.
Bassist Phil Lesh and guitarist Stu Allen have detailed the lineup for their next Thunder & Lightning concert.
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About Stu Allen
Stu Allen (Melvin Seals and JGB)
Guitarist-singer Stu Allen, a native of Louisville, Kentucky, joined Melvin Seals & JGB in June 2004 and appears on the ‘Keepers of the Flame’ album. With his eagerness to improvise and his commitment to making every performance unique, Stu has made extensive contributions to the jam music scene.
Melvin Seals (Keyboardist of the Jerry Garcia Band for 15 years) states: “Stu has grown into his own that is really scary now. It’s really scary what I see him do on stage and what I hear. Even when I close my own eyes for a moment and I’m not looking at anybody, where my mind goes remembering being on stage with Jerry (Garcia), it’s really spooky at times.”
He has been a featured performer at Jerry Garcia Day (4000+) in 2006, 2007, and 2008. He has also performed with Bob Weir, Steve Kimock, Warren Haynes, and numerous other prominent musicians.
A resident of San Francisco and St. Louis, Stu continues to explore, experiment, create, and recreate, within a variety of musical styles.
Phish’s Curveball festival has been cancelled.
Grateful Dead tribute act Dark Star Orchestra added a second leg to their 2018 Fall Tour and revealed details of this year’s Cosmic New Year’s Run.
One of the world’s greatest singers, Aretha Franklin, has died at age 76.
Contributor Erika Rasmussen chatted with drummer Todd Nance about his current Todd Nance & Friends project and more.
‘Don’t Tell Me This Country Ain’t Got No Heart: A Benefit For Voter Participation’ will feature Phil Lesh & Very Special Friends.