Featuring today this Little Milton classic, also covered frequently by Jerry Garcia Band back in the day…..
Here’s one I liked from the recent Ripple Allstars show @ The Bitter End. Check out this Dylan cover (longest song title ever, and it doesn’t even appear in the song), “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry”.
Here’s a video from one of my newer projects, Knock ‘Em Dead, a Grateful Dead tribute. This is our take on an extended series of their tunes – Truckin’ > The Other One > Bird Song. The multitrack mix and video were done by yours truly.
Today’s video is the Jambaritos’ version of “Everybody Wants To Rule The World”. Enjoy!
I have a deep affinity, inherited partly from my parents, for country and country-rock music – here’s a small sampling of a few of my favorite performances of this repertoire.
The Jambaritos have taken to mashing up Josie with various songs – here it is paired with Do It Again in a nice workout from last July.
It was a privilege to sit in with the American Beauty Band at Hailey’s Harp & Pub this past weekend. Larry, Katie and the group are great curators of this music!
Captured at our last show at the Leif, here is Knock’Em Dead’s version of a Grateful Dead classic.
This Steely Dan tune is always a smoker. I don’t set the solo, I ride the lightning. Hope you enjoy.
January has been a tough month as far as music heroes exiting this dimension. This song was originally released on Crosby, Stills & Nash’s eponymous debut album, and was also performed frequently by Crosby and Nash in the duet format. It is one of my desert island songs. Super stoked to get a half-decent take…