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 #77824  by gr8fulbluz
 Tue Apr 13, 2010 4:38 pm
playing in the bossa lounge, that is sweet. I only listened to one song but it sounded pretty good.
Good job
 #77825  by Chuckles
 Tue Apr 13, 2010 5:38 pm
Definitely not pro quality aud sound, but it's the only copy!

He's playing Ike's with TC on 5/10. $25 at the door, but it should be a great (if crowded) show...
 #79251  by tcsned
 Tue May 04, 2010 12:09 pm
cool stuff!

- bummer that I was up there for work the day before but had to leave the morning of the 11th.
 #79260  by JonnyBoy
 Tue May 04, 2010 12:57 pm
I have to say that John has come sch a long way into his own since I first heard him, jumping off of Jerry much like the rest of us. I am really happy to see him off on his own without the huge expectations coming from the "Dead" tour having to fill such big shoes. He handles it great too. John has seasoned into a fantastic musician and really helps carry Further, along with the keys player, man, Jeff is fantastic and one of the best I've heard too!! Cool post, I am glad to hear the After Midnight, we are arranging that in our band right now, just shot it over to the feller's as the model tune!! Thanks for posting Chuck, JB
 #79263  by tcsned
 Tue May 04, 2010 1:43 pm
JonnyBoy wrote:I have to say that John has come sch a long way into his own since I first heard him, jumping off of Jerry much like the rest of us. I am really happy to see him off on his own without the huge expectations coming from the "Dead" tour having to fill such big shoes. He handles it great too. John has seasoned into a fantastic musician and really helps carry Further, along with the keys player, man, Jeff is fantastic and one of the best I've heard too!! Cool post, I am glad to hear the After Midnight, we are arranging that in our band right now, just shot it over to the feller's as the model tune!! Thanks for posting Chuck, JB
agreed JB - he seems to have a great attitude that matches his ability - something you don't always get in the same package
 #79326  by gr8fulbluz
 Wed May 05, 2010 8:21 am
5/10 that is a monday, strange. I am working a 12 hr day I should be back in town around 6pm. I wonder if i can stay awake. I am sure the missus has off the next day.
 #79446  by gr8fulbluz
 Thu May 06, 2010 2:33 pm
Chuckles wrote:introduce yourself to the guy workin' the door... that would be me. :smile:

Show's at 8; doors at 7.
That would be nice. I may not stay long cause i am gonna be pooped. But I sure I could drag the O'Lady down the street for a look see.
Good deal, barring any unforeseen delays I should be getting home around 7pm. Just in time.
whoot
 #79619  by Chuckles
 Mon May 10, 2010 1:19 am
Not only is the guy a supremely talented guitarist, but he plays a mean fiddle as well! Here are some tunes from a show he sat in on with On The Bus (and no, I'm not pissed at them - got over that :smile: ) in DC Saturday night...
(also featuring Nick Newlin on squeezebox)

Big River:
http://ia331216.us.archive.org/3/items/ ... gRiver.wav

Masterpiece:
http://ia331216.us.archive.org/3/items/ ... rpiece.wav

Iko:
http://ia331216.us.archive.org/3/items/ ... IkoIko.wav
 #79773  by Chuckles
 Tue May 11, 2010 11:20 pm
http://www.archive.org/details/JohnKBan ... oom4102010
(5/10, not 4/10... Doh!)

John's a heart of gold guy, as are the guys in the band. Great show - give it a listen.
:smile:

Gr8ful - nice meeting you man!