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Published: 2013/04/16

May Madness at Terrapin Crossroads (Phil Lesh,Telstar, Anders, Luther Dickinson, Joe Russo, Jackie Greene and More)

Phil Lesh has confirmed a series of May events at San Rafael, CA’s Terrapin Crossroads. Of note, Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band will play a special Unbroken Chain Foundation benefit on May 5. In addition, Jackie Greene will host a Jackie Greene Ramble featuring Lesh along with Furthur’s John Kadlecik, Joe Russo and Jeff Chimenti.

Looking ahead, on May 12 Lesh will revive his improv-space project Telstar. Kadlecik, Russo, Chimenti and Anders Osborne will join the bassist throughout the party. Then, the same lineup will play a more song-driven Spring Fling House Party on May 13. Tickets will include a buffet and performance by Terrapin House Band.

Finally, the club will host a few Rambles. The May 15 Rockin’ Ramble will bring together Lesh, Osborne, Kadlecik, Russo and Chimenti. Lesh’s May 16-18 Rambles will boast Lesh, Kadlecik, Russo, Chimenti and Luther Dickinson.

Here’s a look at Terrapin Crossroads’ upcoming dates

May 3, The Infamous Stringdusters with Terrapin Family Band.

May 5, Phil Lesh & Terrapin Family Band (Benefit Concert for the Unbroken Chain Foundation)

May 10, Jackie Greene Ramble with Phil Lesh, John Kadlecik, Joe Russo & Jeff Chimenti

May 12, Telstar with Phil Lesh, John Kadlecik, Joe Russo, Jeff Chimenti & Anders Osborne

May 13, Spring Fling House Party with Phil Lesh, John Kadlecik, Joe Russo, Jeff Chimenti & Anders Osborne, along with the Terrapin Family Band.

May 15, Rockin’ Ramble with Anders Osborne, Phil Lesh, John Kadlecik, Joe Russo & Jeff Chimenti

May 16-18, Ramble with Phil Lesh, John Kadlecik, Joe Russo, Jeff Chimenti & Luther Dickinson.


There are 4 comments associated with this post

StaceyJ April 16, 2013, 20:30:25

Grand…one big sausage fest after another.

Engelbert April 17, 2013, 07:46:09

Speaking of sausage, how’s the food at this joint?

Ry-guy April 17, 2013, 11:16:52

Lmao! It is a sausage fest. Drinks were not that good. Poorly mixed and small. Wooks dancing like they are in a field. No respect for others, and the intimate enviorment. If your in the rear, you cant see a thing. We stopped to shows there because its too rowdy and hard to enjoy the music. They need a “please” force, and raised platforms to improve the experience.
The food is great and so was the service. We still go there for dinner now and then.

drasticjasper April 17, 2013, 19:38:57

^^^ what he said the wooks at shows in the bay area have been annoying as hell lately…flailing around like hippies on acid to any band even remotely connected to the jam scene no matter how delicate the song playing with zero regard for other attendees…and the food was delicious when I went

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