- 21 & over
- Two drink minimum
CUBENSIS and HUNTER & THE DIRTY JACKS
- Ticket Price: $12.00
- Door Time: 8:00 PM
21 & over
Two drink minimum
CUBENSIS brings the Grateful Dead concert experience back to life! Drawing from all eras of the Dead, the band performs two sets of Grateful Dead and JGB classics that retain all the spontaneous exploratory jamming for which the bands were renowned. However, the music produced is uniquely Cubensis.
The group has been acclaimed for giving new life to the Grateful Dead’s material, bringing in new styles, new innovations, and new jam band enthusiasts, while at the same time remaining loyal to the original music and the original fans.
Cubensis has been pleased to find their most enthusiastic supporters are those who never got a chance to see the Grateful Dead in person, and wonder what they missed. Seasoned “Deadheads” come out to relive the great shows gone by, and as a result, the band is in great demand.
Cubensis was given specific permission by Jerry Garcia to perform the Dead's music. Garcia's only request was, "Do a good job of it." Ever since, CUBENSIS has promised authenticity with reverance, and delivers pure Grateful Dead-inspired music like it was meant to be heard...re-creating the magic, one show at a time.
Hunter & The Dirty Jacks are Hand-Crafted California Rock & Roll -
like smoky whiskey with phosphorescent ice cubes in a blues-tinted
glass. Led by frontman Hunter Ackerman and flanked by guitar players
Carmelo Bonaventura and Jon Siembieda, with Aaron Barnes grooving the
bottom end on bass and Brian Lara keeping the rootsy tribal beats,
this band has been packing roadhouses and clubs in every town from San
Diego to Seattle to Denver. Recently signed to the world's leading
independent record label, Spectra Music Group, the album "Single
Barrel" is playing on 150+ radio stations, holds 14 television
licensing deals including Discovery Networks, MTV, and E! Network,
while live the band has been dazzling musical reviewers both
nationally and internationally with its "uncompromising energy and
theatrical dominance" (Broke Ass Stuart) "befitting of a band that
follows the legacy of the Rolling Stones and the Black Crowes."