242 – Experiencing Life Intensely With Reed Mathis

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We’re extremely excited to have Reed Mathis as our guest on No Simple Road this week! After cutting his teeth in Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey and Tea Leaf Green, bassist extraordinaire Reed Mathis established himself in the Grateful Dead world with membership in Billy & The Kids, The Rhythm Devils, Mickey Hart Band, Steve Kimock Band and the Golden Gate Wingmen. We catch up with Reed to talk about his upcoming show at The Chapel in San Francisco where he’ll be performing a one-night-only presentation of music and improvisation, honoring, celebrating, and revisiting Bob Dylan’s “Oh Mercy!” and “Time Out Of Mind” masterworks, the importance of legacy, the Billy & The Kids shows at Red Rocks, what Bill Kreutzmann has taught him and shown him, how experiencing life too intensely has manifested for him, the genius of Bjork, and a ton more!

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