I saw the Decemberists last night (as far from the Dead as you can imagine, however, they're a good band). Anyway, the lead guitarist had an Ibanez UE400 with 2x12 Hard Truckers cab. Never expected to see either.
Kinda a stretch but Elvis' drummer Ron Tutt was a key part of the JGB sound, 75-77.b weird wrote:Hows Elvis part of the family? Because he saw the Dead in England in 72?
Yes, that would be fun. Speaking of which...I have learned so much about gear from this site that I want to get a new camera to take to shows more to shoot gear than stars. I am holding tickets right now for Dylan, Allmans, Brian Setzer and Roger Daultrey.tigerstrat wrote:Another thread that might make a fun long-term sticky. Anyone else agree?
LOL ... Elvis COSTELLO ... not Presley.b weird wrote:Hows Elvis part of the family? Because he saw the Dead in England in 72?
Oops! The Costello reference was right in front of me but I still thought "Presley" ... what I said still applies though. I don't know if a single meeting/jam and then an appearance on a tribute album makes someone "family", but... ah heck, looks like my proposed sticky is already offtopic. C'est la Flying V.playingdead wrote:LOL ... Elvis COSTELLO ... not Presley.b weird wrote:Hows Elvis part of the family? Because he saw the Dead in England in 72?
strumminsix wrote:I think this'd make a cool sticky! Let's get back on topic!
As I understand it, GD gear used by Non-GD bands, yes???
"The Man Hole"?? Is um, that the kind of club it sounds like from the name?NashvilleMike wrote:I saw Joe Jonas last night at this club called "The Man Hole"