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San Geronimo Valley Summer Rock Festival - Sunday, August 24, 3:00-7:00pm featuring Ghosts of Electricity
International Peace Day Festival - Sunday, September 21, 2:00-6:00pm
San Geronimo Valley Community Center GALA - Saturday, September 27, 5:00pm at San Geronimo Golf Course
San Geronimo Valley Fall Rock Festival - Saturday, October 18, 2:00-6:00pm featuring New Monsoon
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Ghosts of Electrity: Itís not just an all-star Bob Dylan cover band. Itís some of the hottest players on the Jamband circuit that got together to pay tribute to one of Americaís greatest songwriters...and they pay tribute the only way they know how....by rockiní out. The story starts with a Dylan song and these skilled improvisers go on from there....taking Dylan songs where theyíve never gone before. Every show is an adventure, with four part harmonies, gentle ballads and over-the-top, guitar-driven Rock and Roll.
Featuring Stu Allen (Jerry Garcia Band, Dark Star Orchestra) - Guitar / Vocals, Greg Anton (Zero, Steve Kimock) - Drums, Mark Karan (The Other Ones, Bob Weir & Ratdog) - Guitar / Vocals, Pat Nevins (Workingman's Ed, Deadbeats) - Guitar / Vocals, Mookie Siegel (David Nelson Band) - Keys, with special guest bass player Reed Mathis (Tea Leaf Green).
Plus Grateful Bluegrass Boys (featuring members of Hot Buttered Rum, David Thom Band)
Enjoy a relaxed, outdoor family-friendly day of music. Bring a blanket or low beach chairs and kick back and enjoy the music with friends and family and/or dance in the grass by the outdoor stage. Free bounce house for the kids. Delicious affordable food and drinks for sale.
$20 adv/ $25 door Kids up to 12 $5 adv/$10 door • Get discounted tickets now
San Francisco rock quintet New Monsoon is the collaborative vehicle for the vocal and instrumental prowess of founding members Bo Carper (acoustic guitar and banjo), Jeff Miller (electric guitar) and Phil Ferlino (keys). Now well into its second decade of national touring, the band also features the muscular rhythm section of Marshall Harrell (electric bass) and Michael Pinkham (drums). New Monsoonís exhilarating blend of acoustic and electric instrumentation shines in an irresistible blend of sophisticated song craft, inventive musical exploration and down home rock-n-roll. ďThey have a collective power that comes off as a real unified force on stage. Itís not just a band, you know? Itís something transcendental.Ē - Michael Shrieve (original drummer, Santana) New Monsoon has shared the stage with heavyweight guests Mike Stern, the late, great Martin Fierro (Zero, Legion of Mary), Steve Kimock, and Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth), to name a few.They've toured with String Cheese Incident, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Umphrey's McGee (Big Summer Classic Tour), supported Moe, The Wailers, etc and are a featured headliner in venues such as the Fillmore (SF), Gothic Theater (Denver), and the Warehouse (Houston). They are also a perennial favorite of the festival circuit including marquee festivals like Bonnaroo, Wakarusa, Langerado, High Sierra, Telluride Bluegrass, Austin City Limits and many others. The band's quality associations continue with their recorded output. 2007's V was produced by Grateful Dead sound engineer John Cutler, and 2005's The Soundwas helmed by original Santana percussionist Michael Shrieve and Paul Kimble (Grant Lee Buffalo, Luna). The latest album, New Monsoon Live, a double-cd set, features tunes from all eras of the bandís deep catalog. Miller and Ferlino have also recently formed a supergroup collective, The Contribution, along with Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth) Keith Moseley (String Cheese Incident) Matt Butler (Everyone Orchestra) and Sheryl Renee (Black Swan Singers). SCI Fidelity Records released Which Way World, The Contributionís inaugural album, in 2010. Miller released his first solo album, Ancient Wisdom, in 2011. Carper performs as a solo act and as half of the duo, Bo & Lebo, with Dan Lebowitz of ALO.
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