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  • 4:20 PM

    Happy Hour: ft. Scott Law & Dave Zirbel

  • 7:30 PM

    Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band play 1977

    Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band play 1977

    Inspiration, move me brightly

    Light the song with sense and color
    Roll away despair
    More than this I will not ask
    Faced with mysteries dark and vast
    Statements just seem vain at last
    Some rise
    Some fall
    Some climb
    To get to Terrapin.

    2017 promises to be an exciting year for Phil and The Terrapin Family Band. They have been studying the music, working on interpretations, building musical bonds, and writing new songs – coming from a special place, in a special place.

    This year Phil turns 77 and Terrapin Crossroads celebrates our 5th Anniversary. It’s the 40th anniversary of the legendary Grateful Dead shows of 1977, and of the seminal album Terrapin Station.
    Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band featuring Ross James, Alex Koford, and Grahame Lesh along with many special guests will perform regularly in 2017, including shows from that magical year 1977, and a special performance of the album Terrapin Station at the 2017 Lockn’ Festival.

    Join us as we seek to gain new insights into the music, community and tradition that is the Grateful Dead.

    Phil Lesh and The Terrapin Family Band play 1977
    Thursday, January 26th, 2017
    $77
    Doors 6:30/ Show 7:30 pm
    Ages 16 +
    TICKETS ON SALE NOW
    at
    www.terrapincrossroads.net/tickets
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  • 8:30 PM

    San Geronimo with special guest Scott Law

    San Geronimo with special guest Scott Law

    10903993_867885909930704_8011440821034945679_oSan Geronimo website:
    http://www.sangeronimomusic.com

    Bio:
    Rolling down a dusty west Marin back-road with the ocean breeze in their face. San Geronimo push the boundaries of their musical reach to perpetual heights as they soar above the Redwoods. Echoing pedal steel, ripping guitar, a rumbling rhythm section and a pair of sharp tonged troubadours splitting the “front man” duties find San Geronimo tapping into the deep musical roots of the northern California hills to bring you a sound that you’ll find fresh and new yet oh so familiar.

    Described by the San Francisco Bay Guardian as “Hard charging Americana” the dually fronted outfits second to none songwriting draws from the inkwells of both Jeremy D’Antonio and Darren Nelson, giving the band a level of diversity rarely matched in today’s music scene. Add the wizardry of Dave Zirbel’s charging pedal steel and lead guitar lines that twist and turn seamlessly through the bordering on chaotic rhythms provided by drummer Dan Luehring who’s only tether to earth may be the pounding but melodic bass lines.
    The band’s 2 1/2 year residency at Terrapin Crossroads has afforded them the perfect venue to hone in their ever-present chemistry and deep sense of camaraderie. The results are undeniable and infectious. Having recently shared the stage with the likes of Colonel Bruce Hampton, Trigger Hippie, Billy Kreutzmann, Wynona Judd, Robert Earl Keen and Phil Lesh, the band is firing on all cylinders as they careen down that dusty road with the speakers blaring!

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