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Published: 2014/01/24

Jerry Garcia Band Cover Band Announce Winter and Spring Tour Dates

Following a successful fall tour, Jerry Garcia Band Cover Band will be hitting the road again this winter and spring. The Georgia-based band will be performing the music of the Jerry Garcia Band throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic, beginning in Asheville, NC and moving right to a special hometown show at the Georgia Theatre in Athens on February 6.

JGBCB is made up of Jonathan Brill (Sweet Knievel, Efren) on lead guitar and much of the lead vocals, Ben Jordan (High Strung String Band) on bass and vocals, Jerry Hendelberg (Dubconscious) on keys and Rackley Davis (Saint Francis) on drums.

JGBCB Tour Dates

February 1 Isis Music Hall – Asheville, NC
February 6 Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA
February 19 Martin’s – Roanoke, VA
February 20 Doc Taylor’s – Virginia Beach, VA
February 21 The Southern – Charlottesville, VA
February 22 Hoss’s – Newport News, VA
February 25 Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh, NC
February 26 Ziggy’s by the Sea – Wilmington, NC
February 27 Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, NC
February 28 Peasants – Greenville, NC
March 1 The Blind Tiger – Greensboro, NC
March 11 Agave – Avon, CO
March 13 Cervantes Other Side – Denver, CO
March 14 Three20South – Breckenridge, CO
March 15 The Lazy Dog – Boulder, CO
March 17 Stickyz – Little Rock, AR
March 20 Proud Larry’s – Oxford, MS
March 21 Newby’s – Memphis, TN
March 22 12th & Porter – Nashville, TN

Comments

There are 12 comments associated with this post

Doug January 24, 2014, 15:09:03

WHY!?!?!? Really.Give me ONE good reason.

pm January 24, 2014, 15:16:55

You also mean Furthur or any Phil Lesh band

dk70 January 24, 2014, 16:37:27

because its fun to play AND listen to. Music for music’s sake. simple

eh January 24, 2014, 16:52:24

too many gd cover bands so lets go see a jgb cover band.

Tim Tom January 24, 2014, 17:02:28

No reason to ask why, these guys bring it. Seen ‘em multiple times already.

Doug January 24, 2014, 18:06:23

“And they’re wiating for a MIRACLE.” This one….however….is made of dollar signs & attracts kids that have NO clue what it’s about…....WAS about rather.

MusicLover January 24, 2014, 18:40:11

There are thousands of Jambands out there that bring it every night. Most of them even write their own music! The fact that the website that is supposed to be the Rolling Stone Magazine of Jambands is reporting the tour schedule of some random Georgia JGB cover band is pathetic. The actual JGB is a cover band at this point! How about reporting on original bands?

yossarian January 24, 2014, 21:17:36

I’m kind of in the middle of all the opinions here- at this point the focus should probably be on original jambands currently killing it… not random cover bands. At the same time though, I dig the coverage on GD offshoots. Even stuff like Terrapin Flyer (TC, Melvin & Mark Karan together?!).

headsup January 25, 2014, 08:00:04

This is inane… I really hope this is paid advertising, and not a story that jambands.com thinks we will care about.
A cover band of a cover band that was a superstar’s off-night project?
PLEASE

kidman zeale January 25, 2014, 09:21:34

Great these guys are in a band but they lower the standard. Bad vocals and basic rock riffs. Not even close. Go see Melvin, Mark Karan, Stu Allen, Barry Sless, Neal Casal, Kimock, … and the names go on. Nice to have friends…p.s. My All Accordian Bob Weir Cover Band launches its tour soon. Stay tuned!

mulebyrd January 25, 2014, 20:49:36

can i play in the my all accordian bob weir cover band cuz i play a mean accordian

gr8FLdüde March 29, 2014, 11:24:32

This band is using an outstanding management company that knows how to get things done such as generate highly professional press releases. I sure hope they had good some good turnouts over the past few months with all of the time, effort and money that has been invested in the project.

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