Part 2 is gonna be special. We’ll kick things off a 4pm. We have a mini “#Shakedown Street” in the parking lot and 2 stages.
The Midnight Friars will take the stage outside.
Then don’t miss Hyryder’s early ACOUSTIC SET outside followed by an “Old and In The Way” Tribute feat Kris Potts, Johnny Plott, Dylan Hawf, John Bowyer and Sean First.
Then we’ll move it back inside for Howard and 2 more sets of Hyryder!
Hyryder is a Grateful Dead Tribute Band formed in Indianapolis, Indiana in the summer of 2008 and currently consists of Charlie Morgan (lead guitar and vocals), Nick Neureiter (drums and vocals), Eric Thompson (rhythm guitar and vocals), Scott Jackson (keyboard world and vocals) and Blair Ping (bass and vocals). The band was born out of an intense love and appreciation for the music of the Grateful Dead and a desire to help carry on this rich musical tradition.
Hyryder strives musically to create an authentic Grateful Dead experience, paying close attention to detail. While paying tribute to the original compositions, Hyryder indeed craft’s their own unique take on the music focusing on extended improvisational jamming. The band prides itself on its ever changing progressive jams and set lists that are unique to each particular show. Hyryder performs multiple night runs without ever repeating any material giving fans an intimately different experience each time they take the stage.
Midnight Friars specializes in 70s Jam Band music. We cover Grateful Dead, Phish, Traffic, The Who, The Doors, David Bowie, The Beatles..
The songs are not what you would typically hear from a “classic rock band,” but rather are those tunes you love, but most “cover” bands don’t play. The hidden gems. And, of course, we nail them.
Our goal is to surprise, entertain, and – of course – get you up and dancing!
Brooklyn-based folktronic band Howard releasing innovative new EP, “Please Recycle.”
Following the release of Howard’s breakthrough debut LP, “Religion,” bandleader Howard Feibusch came back to the album with a fresh perspective. “I found myself listening to the stems from the album more than the actual song,” he shared with FLOOD Magazine. “While they were part of something familiar, I began to hear them in a different way.” The result of these renewed explorations is the five-track EP, “Please Recycle.” With pre-release buzz coming from Stereogum, Vice and more, be sure to look for “Please Recycle” out March 25th via Fashion People Records.
Howard Feibusch – Vox & Guitar ……
Myles Heff – Bass ……
Chris Holdridge – Drums ……
Alex Chakour – Synth, Guitar, & Magic ……