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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby 1960strat » Thu Jan 14, 2010 7:06 am

I would be down for an ADK summer jam.
He's so high he will probably sell it to us for free.
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby Tennessee Jedi » Thu Jan 14, 2010 7:41 am

glencl wrote:i love the adirondacs,go to lake george every year!like to get together for a dead jam this summer?

Whoa thats a cool idea Glenn Dude ....
The only thing that could have made me and the wifes trip any better was hanging with some heads .....
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby glencl » Thu Jan 14, 2010 12:23 pm

yesssssss!!!!!a grateful dead summer jam,I LOVE IT!where?saratoga area?lake george?practice before?jam outside somewhere?lets do this guys!!!!!401-575-1871....if it goes well,could be the start of something?
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby glencl » Thu Jan 14, 2010 12:23 pm

yesssssss!!!!!a grateful dead summer jam,I LOVE IT!where?saratoga area?lake george?practice before?jam outside somewhere?lets do this guys!!!!!401-575-1871....if it goes well,could be the start of something?where is this chestertown?
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby High Peaks » Thu Jan 14, 2010 12:30 pm

i'm in the Saratoga area. If we wanted to do a RUKIND summer jam I'm sure I could get a night at a local venue(Putnam Den). Its a 400-500 person venue and in August its usually full. We could bill it as "Dead Night", or "Jam night". It would be a blast. Plenty of local players to fill in on bass, keys and drums too.
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby glencl » Thu Jan 14, 2010 12:51 pm

that sounds realy cool,ill be up in lake george may 23rd for my anniversary anyway,got married on lake george.my wife kassia is a long time dead head herself.we are both excited about this.im only abouit 3 and a half hours away,and i would go up anytime needed.im a landscaper and layed off for the winter too....just give me a call
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby glencl » Thu Jan 14, 2010 2:03 pm

o.k,lets get this show on the road guys!im in 100 percent!my number is posted and ready for any ideas....could be a very memorable event!and done each year!!!
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby Tennessee Jedi » Thu Jan 14, 2010 2:11 pm

glencl wrote:o.k,lets get this show on the road guys!im in 100 percent!my number is posted and ready for any ideas....could be a very memorable event!and done each year!!!

me and the wife love the area ..... we would do a long weekend mini vacation up there anytime ...
Strumming some acoustics.... singing some tunes .....
A date should be picked ....
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby glencl » Thu Jan 14, 2010 2:17 pm

ive got a small p.a for the campground acoustic sets!anytime spring and again in the summer?my wife loves the idea!i would like to see what high peaks is up for.catch also on myspace.....www.myspace.com/glencl
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby bpg21 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 5:48 am

glencl wrote:yesssssss!!!!!a grateful dead summer jam,I LOVE IT!where?saratoga area?lake george?practice before?jam outside somewhere?lets do this guys!!!!!401-575-1871....if it goes well,could be the start of something?where is this chestertown?


Chestertown is about 20 minutes north of Lake George village. A summer jam sounds like an idea!!
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby glencl » Fri Jan 15, 2010 6:13 am

i was thinking about the weekend of july 30th-aug1st....jerrys birthday weekend.im tryin to get as much going and open to ideas..
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby High Peaks » Mon Jan 18, 2010 1:13 pm

I'm in 8)

What area would it be in? Camping? Electric, or acoustic? both? family friendly?
I know lots of drummers, bassists and a few decent keys players locally (Saratoga-Lake George) if we wanted to attempt a full on jam.
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby glencl » Mon Jan 18, 2010 1:51 pm

thats what i am trying to get organized,taking ideas.probably will be a campground in the outskirts of lakke george.lake george campsites,or king phillips campsites.i would call them and see if we could play there if thats what everyone wants.give me a call,open to ideas.glen camping would have electric.
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby Tennessee Jedi » Mon Jan 18, 2010 2:01 pm

The wife and I would be up for a long weekend of camping hiking jamming ... I would probably be happy just sitting 'round the fire playing some tunes ...
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Re: greetings from Adirondacks

Postby glencl » Mon Jan 18, 2010 2:04 pm

Tennessee Jedi wrote:The wife and I would be up for a long weekend of camping hiking jamming ... I would probably be happy just sitting 'round the fire playing some tunes ...
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im happy with that too,but ill have my small pa,and a site with electric
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