Cool Off With “Hillbilly Jam Grass” From Deadwood Revival Thursday, July 30th
One way to cool off this Thursday night (July 30th) will be to head on over the Lake Burien School Memorial Park for another fine evening of FREE music courtesy Burien Parks’ Music and Movies in the Park, this week featuring “Hillbilly Jam Grass at its best” from Deadwood Revival.
Here are the details:
WHAT: Music and Movies in the Park featuring Deadwood Revival
WHEN: Thursday, July 30th from 6pm-8pm
WHERE: Lake Burien Scool Memorial Park at SW 149th and 16th SW
INFO: From their website:
If you put a Georgia theater chick, a California drummer-turned-banjo player, a Deadhead bass player and a bluegrass fiddler in the same room and say….”alright folks… make some music” …you’d think that the result would be…well… interesting to say the least. Well, it is far more than interesting. It’s Deadwood Revival. A most unlikely group of musicians join together to make some of the most unassuming, honest “feel good” music filled with the spirit of old-time Appalachia, soulful American roots and a hint of jam-band improvisation.
Deadwood Revival came onto the scene as a duo in early 2005 when Kim Trenerry and Jason Mogi, after years of co-fronting their own folk rock jam band found a new love…that of old time Appalachian music. Combining their rock background with old time gave Kim and Jason their reputation as “one of the hottest duos around”. Hundreds of concerts and festivals, four west coast tours, and two cd’s later…Kim and Jason reconnected with long time friend, bassist Ches Ferguson in June 2007 and the duo became a permanent trio. In late 2007, DwR met former “Looking Glass” fiddler, Julie Campbell, who brings her fierce fiddle playing to the DwR sound at select concerts and festivals.
Here are some videos to overheat your computer with:
“Good Day Sunshine”:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLNbmmeo8Kg
“Listen to the Music”:
“When I’m Gone”:
“Cold Rain and Snow”:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22HcM_-aYAY
At the Spotlight in Seattle: