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“Gent Treadly’s Greg Koerner Esq. and The Legal Battle for The Church of Universal Love and Music: The Church of Universal Love and Music (CULM) is once again open this year, hosting a variety of jambands big and small. The Church is located about an hour outside of Pittsburgh in rural Acme, Pennsylvania. CULM has existed for many years and has hosted many acts familiar to this site’s readers including George Clinton and the 420 Funk Mob, Steve Kimock, Sam Bush, Bela Fleck & The Flecktones, Derek Trucks Band, The Disco Biscuits, The Wailers, Banyan, Donna the Buffalo, Rusted Root and hundreds of others. One of those other bands is Gent Treadly led by Greg Koerner, an accomplished bassist and attorney...When was the first time that you played at CULM? Somewhere around 2000, close to the time Gent Treadly started playing with The Grateful Dead’s Vince Welnick... I guess there is an element of religious expression whenever I play music. Music is an emotional and spiritual outlet.”