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  • 4:20 PM

    Happy Hour: ft Scott Law & Ross James

  • 7:30 PM

    The Terrapin Family Band: ft. Phil Lesh, Grahame Lesh, Ross James, and Alex Koford

  • 8:00 PM

    Holly Bowling

    Holly Bowling

    Terrapin Crossroads welcomes pianist Holly Bowling to the Grate Room for a solo performance, celebrating the release of her new album “Better Left Unsung,” which showcases Holly performing Grateful Dead classics arranged for piano, on Wednesday, December 7, 2016.  Tickets can be found at www.terrapincrossroads.net/tickets

    Holly Bowling is a classically trained pianist who began playing piano at the age of five. There’s one major distinction, however, that separates her from other similarly studied musicians. That is Holly’s devotion to the legendary rock band Phish. Having attended over 300 shows by the Burlington-based quartet, she became obsessed by their famous rendition of “Tweezer” from Lake Tahoe on July 31, 2013. It led Holly to transcribe this 37-minute improvisational masterpiece note-for-note and arrange it for solo piano. The process, both painstaking and fulfilling, inspired her to transform other Phish songs and well-known live jams into solo piano interpretations. Holly’s breathtaking renditions of Phish classics like “It’s Ice,” “The Squirming Coil” and “Harry Hood” serve not only as a tribute to the modern day kings of jam, but stand on their own as fully developed classical pieces. The past year has seen Holly expand her repertoire into the realm of the Grateful Dead, including an “Eyes of the World” based on the band’s spectacular exploratory June 18, 1974 performance at Freedom Hall. Using classical piano technique to reinterpret these jamband luminaries, Holly’s live performances infuse new with old, tradition with surreal, and creates a concert experience like nothing else in the music world.

    Holly Bowling
    Wednesday, December 7th, 2016
    Doors 7pm / Show 8pm
    $15 advanced tickets, $20 day of show, 16+.
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  • 12:30 PM

    Bluegrass Brunch: Cold & In The Bay

    Bluegrass Brunch: Cold & In The Bay

    Bluegrass tribute to that “High & Lonesome Sound” featuring Eric DiBerardino & Friends.12698258_959670750734623_7735035608998389278_o

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  • 3:00 PM

    "Stories & Songs" w/ Phil Lesh & the Camp Terrapin Band

    “Stories & Songs” w/ Phil Lesh & the Camp Terrapin Band

    Terrapin Crossroads presents, at its new time, 3pm!!! –

    “Stories & Songs” a free outdoor afternoon of music and storytelling for kids and their families.

    Starting at 3pm, Terrapin Crossroads will host children’s games, then Phil Lesh will read some of his favorite kids books, before playing a set of children’s songs on the Back Porch stage with the Camp Terrapin Band.

    Parents can enjoy a cold beer or cocktails outside in our backyard while enjoying kid friendly music with the family. There is lots of room for the kids to run around, a super-fun pirate ship for the kids to climb on, and for the teenagers and adults…three bocce courts!
    All ages are welcome!

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  • 4:20 PM

    Happy Hour: ft. Eric DiBerardino & Cmac

  • 6:00 PM

    AN EVENING WITH THE DEAD: ft. Phil Lesh, Thomas John, and The Terrapin Allstars

    AN EVENING WITH THE DEAD: ft. Phil Lesh, Thomas John, and The Terrapin Allstars

    Phil Lesh & Thomas John, internationally acclaimed psychic medium bring the Bay Area an evening of psychedelic conversation about spirituality and the afterlife followed by music inspired by transformation, mind expansion and connecting with loved ones.

    Terrapin Crossroads
    Sunday, December 11th, 6pm
    Terrapin All-Stars ft. Phil Lesh, Ross James, Scott Guberman, Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz and Alex Koford.

    $30 advance / $40 at the door
    tickets at http://www.terrapincrossroads.net/tickets

    Phil Lesh will be joined by psychic/medium Thomas John, who the Hollywood Reporter calls the “”psychic with the highest batting average” for a fascinating evening which will include a discussion on psychedelics, spirituality and communicating with loved ones who have passed away. After an intimate on-stage discussion with Phil, Thomas John will give live psychic readings and deliver messages from the spirit world to audience members. Phil will then be joined by the All-Stars on stage for a very special TelStar set of music inspired by topics discussed throughout the night. This will be a one-time, intimate & unique engagement to bridge the worlds of psychedelics, spirituality and music. Join us for an unforgettable evening.

    Who is Thomas John?

    Thomas John is considered one of the nation’s most sought after psychic mediums. He graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in psychology and human development before pursuing research internships at both Yale University and University of Massachusetts Amherst where he studied psychopathology. His amazing ability to deliver incredibly accurate readings and messages has resulted in interviews with Dr. Phil, Entertainment Tonight, The Doctors, The Hallmark Channel and Dr. Oz. He’s also been written up in various top-tier media including the New York Times, New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, GQ, Maxim, The New York Post, OK! Magazine and The Hollywood Reporter. More information about Thomas can be found at www.mediumthomas.com or at https://youtu.be/jdREiRzn7Ok
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  • 7:30 PM

    Midnight North

    Midnight North

    When you come to see Midnight North on a Sunday night at Terrapin Crossroads you’ll get to hear a wide array of musical genres including Americana, Blues, Country and Rock n Roll. You’ll find the singers sliding into three part harmonies that are as comfortable as an old pair of jeans, the rhythm section making themselves at home in any groove from a stomp to a slow-burn or boogie, and you’ll experience fresh original songs that contribute to a new page in the American songbook.11219389_498182220360031_7960209800319355199_n

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  • 4:20 PM

    Happy Hour: ft. Alex Jordan & Scott Guberman

  • 8:30 PM

    Mark Karan & The Terrapin Allstars: ft. Alex Jordan, Scott Guberman, Brian Rashap, and Jeremy Hoenig

    Mark Karan & The Terrapin Allstars: ft. Alex Jordan, Scott Guberman, Brian Rashap, and Jeremy Hoenig

    Mark Karan is best known for performing with the extended Grateful Dead family. For the last twelve years, he has anchored the lead guitar slot in Bob Weir & RatDog, playing hundreds of shows to thousands of fans year-round. Before crossing over into the land of the Dead, Mark worked his guitar and vocal voodoo for the likes of Dave Mason, Delaney Bramlett, the Rembrandts, Paul Carrack, Huey Lewis, Jesse Colin Young and Sophie B. Hawkins.

    Mark also tours with an array of amazing musicians on his own, where his soulful blues-based vocal stylings and inspired guitar work meld with the remarkably creative and responsive playing of his friends in a passionate delivery of the psychedelicized sounds of Americana. This is where rock meets R&B and country and mixes with the soul of New Orleans… with healthy portions of reggae, folk, funk and whatever else the muse might bring. In addition to his originals, as well as those of songwriter friends, Mark covers a range of eclectic songs from Johnny “Guitar” Watson’s “You Can Stay (But the Noize Must Go)” and Peter Tosh’s “Don’t Look Back”, to the Kinks’ “Lazin’ on a Sunny Afternoon” or Joe Jackson’s “Fools in Love” — his unique musical taste and song choices are the hallmark of these shows, and always crowd pleasers for his nationwide, loyal fanbase.

    Mark’s debut album, “Walk Through the Fire” was released in 2009 to critical acclaim, and features very special guests Delaney Bramlett, Bill Payne, Mike Finnigan, Pete Sears, John Molo, Hutch Hutchinson, The Persuasions, The Rowan Brothers, and many more. He is in demand as both a studio musician and producer, having produced numerous albums for other artists, and recorded or composed a wide variety of music for film, television, and music libraries. His contributions to TV alone can currently be heard on over 15 networks and internationally in over 25 countries.

    Mark has toured the world, rocking the Montreaux Jazz Festival, the Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival, and the Fuji Rock Festival. He has also headlined Bonnaroo, Gathering of the Vibes, the New Orleans JazzFest and many other festivals on the homefront. Mark’s played the Ryman Auditorium, San Francisco’s Fillmore, Radio City Music Hall, Red Rocks Amphitheater, and many other legendary musical venues. His TV appearances include Austin City Limits, VH1 Classic’s All Star Jams, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Late Late Night with Craig Kilborn, Today Show and Regis & Kathy Lee. Mark has also been showcased in live performances and featured interviews on SiriusXM, in addition to commercial and specialty radio nationwide.

    In recent years, Mark has performed live with The Allman Brothers, ALO, Trey Anastasio, Joan Baez, Dickey Betts, Delaney Bramlett, Larry Campbell, Clarence Clemons, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Galactic, Gov’t Mule, Jackie Greene, Sammy Hagar, Levon Helm, Bill Kirchen, Chuck Leavell, Little Feat, moe., New Riders of the Purple Sage, Phil Lesh & Friends, John Popper, String Cheese Incident, Derek Trucks, Narada Michael Walden and others.

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  • 12:30 PM

    Acoustic Brunch: ft. Mik Bondy, Kat Walkerson, Scott Guberman

  • 4:20 PM

    Happy Hour ft: Darren Nelson & Jeremy D'Antonio

  • 8:30 PM

    New Year's Eve in the bar w/ San Geronimo!!!

    New Year’s Eve in the bar w/ San Geronimo!!!

    10903993_867885909930704_8011440821034945679_oTerrapin Crossroads is extremely excited to have one of Marin County’s finest bands, San Geronimo, performing in the bar for the New Year’s Eve celebration!!!

    San 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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