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The Rock Collection featuring members of the Jerry Garcia Band, ALO, and Zero unveiled the Robert Hunter/Greg Anton-penned “American Spring” a week before the start of their first East Coast tour.
Melvin Seals (JGB), Stu Allen (JGB/Phil and Friends), Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz (ALO) Greg Anton (Zero) and Robin Sylvester (RatDog) will bring Rock Collection to GAMH later this month.
About The Rock Collection
The Rock Collection
The Rock Collection is an all-star songwriting and performing collaboration with an amazing chemistry onstage. Melvin Seals (Jerry Garcia Band/JGB), Greg Anton (Zero), Stu Allen (Phil Lesh & Friends), Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz (ALO), John-Paul McLean (JGB), and Stephanie Salva (Tumbleweed Soul).
They’re among the most accomplished instrumentalists, singers and songwriters on the jamband circuit. Performing original songs by Greg (with co-writer Robert Hunter, the Grateful Dead lyricist), Melvin, Lebo and Stu… with some choice cover-tunes… a Rock Collection concert includes extended improvisation, four-part harmonies, and dynamics that go from delicate ballads to blow-the-roof-off rock and roll.
Phil Lesh will need more time to recover from back surgery leading The Capitol Theatre to postpone the upcoming Phil-O-Ween Halloween Run at the venue and tap Dark Star Orchestra to perform those same dates.
Khruangbin helped Wu-Tang Clan close out the 2019 Desert Daze festival in Lake Perris, California on Sunday.
The Avett Brothers added a handful of April 2020 tour dates.
Greensky Bluegrass confirmed their 2020 winter tour, which includes support from Ghost Light on select dates.
- Trey Anastasio & Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra With Wynton Marsalis Perform 'Blaze On': Pro-Shot Video
The first round of pro-shot videos from the latest episode of ‘Live From Here’ includes Trey Anastasio teaming with the Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra With Wynton Marsalis for a take on Phish’s “Blaze On.”