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Jefferson Airplane Jefferson Starship Great Society
Welcome Jefferson Rockers:
How are things going today? I hope the snow/ice that has hit most of Airplane Land has avoided your section of town.
Thanks for the nice feedback about the Great Society rare track and the Paul Kantner goodie from yesterday. I posted the link once again (below) so all can enjoy the journey.
Want some great live rock and roll?
Somebody that has played with the Jefferson Starship and is friends with people in the Jefferson Family (Paul Scannell) will be bringing his rock and roll talents to the road.
You’ll be rocking on every note if you live in or nearby:
Heads up! Come see “LIVE DEAD” @
FRIDAY FEB 20th @
FAIRFAX, CA. 94930
“Live Dead” features former members of Workingman’s/Grapefruit Ed, The Zen Tricksters and more!
“Live Dead” let’s the “music play the band” in exquisite detail as the San Francisco Bay Area’s
premier Grateful Dead tribute. Please join us for an evening of music, dance, adventure and community.
Mark your calendar for February 20th!
Live Dead Band is:
PAUL SCANNELL> drums
STEVE FUNDY> lead guitar and vocals
BARRY ERDE> rhythm guitar and vocals
STEPHEN RAMIREZ> bass
MITCH STEIN> keyboards and vocals
Come celebrate Valentines Day w/ THE ACCIDENTALS @
SAT FEB 14TH
THE FORESTVILLE CLUB
6250 FRONT STREET
FORESTVILLE, CA 95436
We play New Orleans style funk, Grateful Dead, classic rock, and a few originals
guaranteed to melt your face off (if not perspire profusely)!!! No joke. This band burns it up!!!
Music starts around 9pm with our good friends West County Outlaws opening the show.
Don’t miss the love-fest!
“Before and beyond the musical element, we are interested in networking and building COMMUNITY with any and all out there who want to make the world a better place.” -THE ACCIDENTALS
The Accidentals is:
STEVE FUNDY> guitar and vocals
CHUCK STONE> bass
SHEP SILVER> guitar and vocals
PAUL SCANNELL> drums
Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, and a trillion friends:
Your Mind Has Left Your Body
(From the 1973 Baron Von Tollbooth sessions)
We then go to the
Great Society W/Grace Slick studio circa 1965:
Don’t Mess With Me
Got to go rock and roll.
Quality Rock & Roll
Wishing you a great day,