Started by johnnYYac, Mar 29, 2011, 07:15 pm
Quote from: woodnymph on Mar 29, 2011, 08:55 pmI did mention in another Dead-themed thread that I've got the original thread saved on my hard drive, so def. let me know if you can't find something that was once posted on the old board!!In other Dead related news, one of my best friends works at the Peterson Events Center in Pitt where Further is playing tomorrow and she's telling me about all the organic foods and drinks they're requesting.... talk about a job I want!! Organic grocery buyer for the Dead ;DPretty bummed to miss the show there tomorrow... but a friend pulled through with Further tix in ATL at the Fox Theater next Sunday, and my new job is letting me start next Tuesday! Ayeeee I need me some dancin in the streets! Oh nice first show, JY!! Lucky duck!!!! :o :o Nice bold-faced selects too!
Quote from: johnnYYac on Mar 30, 2011, 02:22 pmThere is something funky about the Grateful Dead and the weather! I was at a show in Saratoga where it "looked like rain" all day. When Jerry struck the first chord of the night, clouds parted to reveal a bright, full moon that lit our way. After the final note of the encore, the clouds engulfed the moon and we headed out in darkness. Whew!
Quote from: iLikeBeer on Mar 30, 2011, 02:02 pmAnd by the time they got to Terrapin, the stars were beginning to shine again! Truly a face melting moment! :D
Quote from: walterfredo on Mar 30, 2011, 04:25 pmhttp://furthur.net/forum/general-discussion/6282-hey-gang-?limit=20&start=60#6360We're taking the first steps to make a long time dream- a permanent musical home- come true. We are purchasing a building in Marin, and plan on remodeling it to feel like an old barn; we 're calling it Terrapin Landing. We will continue with Furthur while making music at Terrapin Landing when we are at home.The music will be varied, featuring:Phil Lesh & Friends (continuing the tradition of revolving lineups, including old as well as new friends)West Coast Rambles, based on (and blessed by) Levon Helm's historic RamblesAlbum night- we pick a favorite album or two to play liveTelstar night- we put together a band for free form improvisationSing-alongs to monthly Sunday morning gospel musicTrivia nightsMonthly big band nightSeminars with local musicians and artistsOur goal is to create a vibrant community gathering place: beautiful, comfortable, welcoming - for members of the community to commingle and enjoy good music.- Phil