Early December

In this episode we look back 30, 40, and 50 years and find some great early December jams. We also discuss some new and forthcoming music from a few familiar artists but mostly, it’s a perfect time of year to play Grateful Dead!

Elkhorn has a new record, entitled The Storm Sessions,  due out in February on Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records. You can pre-order it at elkhornbbib.bandcamp.com.

The Prana Crafter/ragenap split tape can be streamed at Baked Tapes’ bandcamp page: https://bakedtapes.bandcamp.com/album/no-ear-to-hear and it will be available on LP next year via Centripedal Force/Cardinal Fuzz records. We’ll keep you posted on that.

Lastly, the release, “Ten Years Gone: A Tribute To Jack Rose” is available now via Tomkins Square Records. You can purchase and download it via their bandcamp page, here: https://tompkinssquare.bandcamp.com/album/ten-years-gone-a-tribute-to-jack-rose

If you’re looking for ticket info on that excellent Phish After-Show on December 30th,at Le Poisson Rouge, Electric In The Village – presented by Osiris Media, with Ryley Walker, Chris Forsyth and Garcia Peoples, look no further. Tickets are available at LPR.com. Get yours now!

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