Grateful Dead Bassist Phil Lesh & Friends Carry Local Vision Furthur “Inspiration, move me brightly” —“Terrapin Station” by Robert Hunter / Common Ground Magazine In 1976, Jerry Garcia, the iconic guitarist of the legendary Grateful Dead, was driving over the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge in the midst of a spectacular lightning storm when he was struck by a Read more »
By Christina Mueller Restaurants have pheromones in their DNA. Sometimes the composite of menu and chef, wait staff and decor gives off such a strong vibe it’s impossible not to sense the synergies. Other times, the signals are more subtle, the whole a mix of influences and styles that it takes a moment to understand Read more »
By Paul Liberatore: Marin Independent Journal ‘THIS COULD HAPPEN anytime on any weekend into the foreseeable future,” Grateful Dead bass legend Phil Lesh promised a sun-drenched crowd after he and his son, Grahame, and guitarist Mark Karan finished a lively set early Sunday afternoon on the patio of Lesh’s new Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael. Read more »
Before launching into a full-album cover of the Band‘s 1969 second LP The Band at Terrapin Crossroads on Thursday, Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh read a speech in honor of that group’s drummer, Levon Helm, who passed away on April 19th. “I’d like to dedicate not just this show, or the next show, or everything Read more »
NEW RAMBLES!!!! Friday, May 25 & Saturday, May 26 Phil Lesh * Jeff Chimenti* John Kadlecik * Mark Karan * Jon Graboff * Jaz Sawyer Please visit the ticket office at Terrapin Crossroad or purchase tickets online.
Joining Phil for his first Terrapin Crossroads Ramble will be Chris Robinson, Tim and Nicki Bluhm, John Skehan (Railroad Earth) Adam MacDougall (Chris Robinson Brotherhood) Grahame Lesh, and Jaz Sawyer and Jon Graboff. West Coast Ramble tickets $65 – hard tickets (limit 4 per person) will be available at the merchandise table at Terrapin Crossroads Read more »
There has been a lot happening at Terrapin Crossroads since we opened our doors in early March 2012, and just about every day beautiful touches are added to make it the home-away-from home we have long dreamed of. Of course none of this would be possible without our fantastic team of people as well as Read more »
Jill and I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the success of our opening shows- musicians, crew, TC staff, and especially the community, who have responded so enthusiastically. Now that these first shows are under our belts, so to speak, we’d also like to announce some of our plans for the future. Read more »
Thanks for joining us! See you next time at Terrapin Crossroads.
We hope you enjoyed the webcast. Check back again for more!