Thursday, July 26, 2007

Free Show at the Hard Rock to Celebrate Jerry Garcia's Birthday!!!!

Special Party at the Hard Rock Cafe at Pier 39 for Jerry Garcia's Birthday on August 1, 2007, with Django Obscura and Shimoon's Allstar's with many special guests, friends and Family. Come one come all, music starting 9pm or earlier. Some of the performers scheduled include members of the JGB with Melvin Seals and Pete Harris, Pat Campbell, Greg Anton, and maybe even Billy Laymon.

Here is the posting from the Hard Rock's website:

Jerry Garcia's Birthday Tribute
40th iversary Summer of Love Celebration
benefiting Jerry Day 2007.

Hard Rock Cafe Ambassadors of Rock Promotion



09:00 PM

A 5$ suggested donation at the door for Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance. Minimum purchases apply for seating.


Join us for an evening of Jerry's friends and musicians jammin’ to celebrate the late, great Jerry Garcia AND enter to win an all expense paid trip to New York City to see Willie Nelsen perform, as part of Hard Rock Cafe's Ambassadors of Rock promotion.

Musicians performing include:
Steve Block: Guitar / Vocals/ Music Director- Bob Weir/ G Dead crew
Barry Flast: Piano/Vocals/Vocal Director-Kingfish, SF Allstars, Spellbound
Peter Harris: Guitar/Vocals- JGB, The Webs, Mystery Cats
Bill Laymon: Bass / Vocals- David Nelson Band, Gyspy Cowboys, New Riders, Starship
Mario Cippolina: Bass /Huey Lewis and the News
Martin Ferrio: Sax /bad jokes-Jerry Garcia Band, Zero
Potential Featured Guests:
Tif Garcia: Guitar/Brother
Bob Matthews: Bass/ New Riders
Rowan Brothers Guitar/vocals-friends and jamming partners of JG
Jacki and/or Gloria: Vocals-Jerry Garcia Band
Peter Albin: Bass/Big Brother and Holding Co.
Pat Campbell: Guitar/Vocal- Good Ol' Boys
Bob Bralove: Keyboards/Stevie Wonder, G. Dead
Zanne Mack: Guitar/Vocals-Local Blues Legend from Chicago
Terry Haggerty: Guitar/Sons.

Event to benefit Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance.

1 comment:

DebGrabien said...

Sounds like all kinds of fun. I wish I weren't booked for a library panel on mystery writing in the wilds of Milpitas, but alas...