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  • 12:30 PM

    Electric Brunch: Ross & Lebo & Friends

  • 6:00 PM

    An Evening with the Dead: ft. Thomas John & Phil Lesh

    An Evening with the Dead: ft. Thomas John & Phil Lesh

    AN EVENING with THE DEAD
    w/ Thomas John & Phil Lesh

    On Sunday, March 26th Thomas John, the internationally acclaimed psychic medium, & Phil Lesh, will have a psychedelic conversation about spirituality and the afterlife.  Afterwards, Thomas John will connect with the Other Side and deliver messages from loved ones who have passed.
    Phil Lesh with then take the stage and play a Telstar music set inspired by transformation, mind expansion and connecting with loved ones.

    An Evening With The Dead: ft. Thomas John & Phil Lesh
    Sunday, March 26th, 2017
    $30 in advance / $40 day of show
    Doors 5:30pm / Show 6pm
    http://www.terrapincrossroads.net/tickets

    ABOUT THOMAS JOHN:
    Thomas John is a global psychic sensation who has wowed audiences across the world with his impressively accurate messages from the “other side”. Hosting sold-out events such as A Night with Spirit and Dinner with the Dead, Thomas JOhn is one of the nation’s most coveted psychic mediums. Bi-Coastally based, his gifts continue to be in high demand with influencers, A-list celebrities, and those at crossroads in life from coast to coast and around the globe.
    Thomas John has been prominently featured in top tier print media, including New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, GQ, Maxim, OK! Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, and Life and Style Weekly, along with broadcast appearances on Dr. Phil, Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York, and The Real Housewives of New York City, and Entertainment Tonight.
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  • 7:30 PM

    Rattlebox ft: Lorin Rowan, Barry Sless, & Doug Harman

    Rattlebox ft: Lorin Rowan, Barry Sless, & Doug Harman

    Lorin Rowan’s original music project featuring Barry Sless on pedal steel,
    & Doug Harman on cello.

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  • 12:30 PM

    Electric Brunch: ft. Ross James & Friends, ft. Danny Eisenberg, Brian Rashap & Alex Koford

  • 8:30 PM

    San Geronimo

    San Geronimo

    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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  • 5:00 PM

    Terrapin Nation Passover Celebration

    Terrapin Nation Passover Celebration

    We welcome you back to the Grate Room in Celebration of Passover. April 10th marks the first night of the Jewish holiday, and the first of two nights where we honor this special tradition. We invite you to dine with family, loved ones, and the Terrapin Nation.

    First, guests will share in a Passover Seder dinner including traditional Jewish menu items and following our custom Terrapin Nation Haggadah. After enjoying ceremonial foods, storytelling and song, Phil Lesh, Dan ‘Lebo’ Lebowitz, Ross James, Scott Guberman & Ezra Lipp with Jeannette Ferber will kick off a one of a kind intimate get down.

    Terrapin Nation Passover Celebration
    Monday, April 10th & Tuesday, April 11th
    Doors 5pm / Seder 5:30pm / Show 8pm
    Tickets: $75 / 12 & under: $35
    http://www.terrapincrossroads.net/tickets
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  • 6:30 PM

    Terrapin Trivia Night

    Terrapin Trivia Night

    Join us at Terrapin in our beautiful Living Room for a night filled with What’s it and Who done it! Howard Rachelson will do his best to stump you, so bring your friends and family to create an unbeatable team. Prizes are awarded!

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  • 7:30 PM

    Colonel & The Mermaids ft. Alex Koford

    Colonel & The Mermaids ft. Alex Koford

    Colonel & the Mermaids are a psychedelic rock band from San Francisco California fronted by Alex Koford. With roots soaking up the Kool-Aid left behind by past generations of psych-rock, the band mixes the electrifying sounds of Acid California Rock with the mellow side of Ambient Indie Folk. Driven by the lead vocals of Alex Koford, Colonel & the Mermaids explores original song material in creative and interesting ways from night to night, always searching for a better way to perform the music.

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  • 8:30 PM

    Andy Coe Band

    Andy Coe Band

    Coming all the way from Seattle, The Andy Coe Band will be playing two sets worth of music beginning at 8:30pm. Come on down and check this amazing band out. No cover charge, and all ages welcomed.

    About Andy Coe::

    With a rich background in jazz and a joyful enthusiasm for blues and psychedelic rock, Andy Coe is recognized as a deeply intuitive, emotive guitarist. As an architect of sound and style, Coe draws in listeners, making collective exploration and resolution accessible across genres. Born and raised in Seattle, Andy played in the critically acclaimed Roosevelt Highschool Jazz band before going on to graduate from the music department of the University of North Texas. He has played venues and festivals around the country and world ever since. And has shared the stage with many great musicians including Reggie Workman, Rashied Ali, Ravi Coltrane, Norah Jones, Stanton Moore, Mike Clark, Bobby Previtte, Skerik, Mike Dillon, Karl Denson, Kyle Hollingsworth and many others. Currently Andy resides in Seattle and plays in Skerik’s Bandalabra, McTuff and the Andy Coe Band.

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  • 12:30 PM

    Brunch: The Easy Leaves

    Brunch: The Easy Leaves

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    The Easy Leaves are very top of the Country heap here in San Francisco, headlining and filling big rooms (Great American Music Hall, The Independent, Mystic Theatre), main stage set at last year’s Outside Lands Festival (Willie Nelson told them ‘We should play together again’!), CMT premieres their videos … But more to the point, they write, record, and perform incredible songs. Songs that are meticulously crafted, and have great capabilities of (just plain) moving people. Under the guidance of Merle Haggard’s music, and countless other important poets, The Easy Leaves have written their own great collection of poetry for the common man.

    The 78 Project, a documentary by Spike Lee’s music supervisor currently on the festival circuit, recreating Alan Lomax’s journey to capture important American Folk music on its home porches found, recorded, The Easy Leaves for their film (alongside

    Rosanne Cash, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Loudon Wainwright III, Justin Townes Earl, Richard Thompson, John Doe of X, and other great talents). NPR, Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times have featured it, and The Smithsonian, Library of Congress, and the Alan Lomax estate are active advisors.

    The Easy Leaves have been hired as sole support on shows and runs by Dwight Yoakam, Ry Cooder & Ricky Skaggs, Junior Brown, Robert Earl Keen, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Asleep At The Wheel, Kasey Chambers, Blind Boys of Alabama, Jim Lauderdale, Los Lobos, Langhorne Slim, and Lake Street Dive. The Easy Leaves are fantastic live!

    Finally, they’re grounded (Sonoma County farm boys), low key, classy, charismatic, and professional aka They’re a joy to have over to your place.

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  • 8:00 PM

    Danny Click & The Hell Yeahs! wsg/ Beso Negro

    Danny Click & The Hell Yeahs! wsg/ Beso Negro

    Coming to Terrapin Crossroads will be the return of Danny Click & The Hell Yeahs, on Saturday, April 15th, 2017. Catch this rock & roll, powerhouse band, in the amazing Grate Room setting.  Very special guests, Beso Negro, open the night.  Get your tickets at www.terrapincrossroads.net/tickets.

    Danny Click & The Hell Yeahs!
    wsg/ Beso Negro opening
    Saturday, April 15th, 2017
    Doors 7pm / Show 8pm
    Tickets $20, 16+.

    “Click’s new album, Holding up the Sun, reinforces the fact that Click is one of the best alt-country artists of this century.”

    – Robert Leggett / No Depression Magazine

    Danny Click’s sound is a refreshing return to smart, sassy blues-inflected country rock. Think Tom Petty crossed with Wilco, spiced with the southern tradition of Lucinda Williams and John Hiatt. Add to that Click’s searing guitar, reminiscent of Stevie Ray and David Lindley, and you’ve got at least part of the picture.

    Then there are Click’s live shows; an anything-can-happen mix of stellar songwriting alternating with blistering blues-rock. When Click brings it down with the strings-inflected “Blue Skies”, you can hear every breath in the room; when he launches into the infectious “Wait My Turn,” there’s not one person who can stay seated.

    Lastly, there’s his songwriting. Continuing in the tradition of the Texas greats, Click pens wide open songs deeply rooted in a life well-lived.
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  • 8:30 PM

    The Incubators

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  • 12:30 PM

    Brunch: Victoria George Band

    Brunch: Victoria George Band

    Terrapin Crossroads is excited to have local singer-songwriter, Victoria George and her band, return to the bar stage.

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    California Country.

    Yes, California Country is a thing. It’s a beautiful thing, actually. It’s the gift Victoria George gives her growing legion of fans everyday, and it’s worth knowing intimately.
    California Country happens when places like Northern California’s Marin County and country music meccas like Nashville collide. The result in Victoria George’s case is rather fascinating — a sound that’s part San Francisco folk, part Nashville/bluegrass twang, all heart and revelations and smarty-pants yarn-spinnin’. Gather round, Victoria beckons.
    Victoria is by now a confident mid-career singer-songwriter who knows what and who she is. She comes from a family of artists and herself has a background in theater. And, well, she’s lovely. So it’s not all that surprising she commands a stage with the zeal of an Allison Krauss or Bonnie Raitt, artists who check their pretention at the door and prefer honest-to-goodness stories.
    Music biz folks have indeed taken notice throughout the years. Victoria has worked in and outside of Nashville’s finest publishing houses and shared bills with the likes of Brandi Carlisle, the Doobie Brothers, Steve Earle, Delta Rae and other industry names that speak for themselves.
    To a person, she’ll say she’s never fit cleanly into the San Francisco or Nashville Venn diagram. Ambitious as she is, Victoria really doesn’t care much for catering her sound to fit mainstream country conventions. She writes songs the way chefs surprise regulars — love songs turn dark and drinking songs morph into existential mediations with regularity (related warning: the song “Sweet Amnesia” should only be consumed right before happy hours). Defining tracks like “Letters” and “Tables are Turning” smack listeners in the face with street-philosopher smarts. Nothing quite like it in Nashville, California or anywhere radios hold court.
    But she embraces her place in the lineage of folk artists primarily concerned with crafting songs to make people think and feel something meaningful. That’s the California Country way, and the Victoria George creed.

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