Play Live Dead will return to the Red Fox Tavern and play a special"Very Jerry Xmas Celebration" $5.00 doors at 9pm showtime 9:30 humboldt time Good Rockin' At Xmas Time
PLAY LIVE DEAD returns to The Ukiah Brewing Co. on our Xmas North Coast weekend. Showtime is 9:30PM
Play Live Dead will Headline the Head to Head 3 benefit... Play Live Dead @ 7:30PM
Play Live Dead returns to the Red Fox Tavern....
Label: Our Own
Manager: Freewheelin' Franklin
Bio: In the summer of 2000, Steve Fundy was invited by Jim Walsh to come & jam with some friends. That meeting eventually turned out the band "The Accidentals", who are still active on the Northern California Jam Music Scene. Jim Walsh left The Accidentals in 2003, and returned for a while in 2007.......See Full Bio
Getting in tune for our next Mendo/Humboldt County weekend Dec 17 at Ukiah Brewing Co And Dec 18 at Red Fox Tavern in Eureka.
“On a cool Saturday night my buddy Dean and I drove down to the Ashkenaz on San Pablo Ave to catch two outstanding Grateful Dead cover bands I have seen quite frequently in the Bay Area,The Dead Guise and Play Live Dead (formerly Live Dead.)There was a short set break then Play Live Dead took the stage to open with “Alabama Getaway,” a fast jam from the early 1980s.. Fundy handled the Jerry vocals on Alabama Getaway and Shep Silver took over on the second song, Chuck Berry’s “The Promised Land.” Silver sang in a solid Bob Weir pitch that got the crowd dancing wildly. Silver also took over the next song, another classic “It’s All Over Now.” Fundy sang “Sugaree” afterwards, which really got the crowd going. As my friend Dean told me later in the night, “Sugaree” was his favorite song played during the entire two sets of Live Dead’s music. Fundy handled the vocals just right, singing very delicately just like Jerry," To Read entire review click link below. ”