Grab your friends and family December 9 and come out to Stangl Stage for a fun night of singing and dancing!
Cosmic Jerry Band – Grateful Dead
Playing everything Jerry & beyond, Cosmic Jerry is a New Jersey based quartet that has skyrocketed to the forefront of the East Coast jam band scene. The band is comprised of four incredibly talented musicians who consistently deliver a high-energy performance full of improvisational jamming. They combine decades of experience with their love of music and a “no rules, no limits” approach to their playing that has created a major buzz since their inception in 2016.
While drawing from the catalog of the Grateful Dead as well as all incarnations of Jerry Garcia’s solo projects and more, Cosmic Jerry has become known for their eclectic and impressive setlists. When CJB takes the stage, get ready for your feet to start moving, your face to start smiling, your heart to fill with love, and your mind to be blown.
Taking the Stangl Stage along with CJB will be their good friend and jam band legend Mark Diomede. Mark has been a fixture in- and the shining light of- the East Coast jam band scene for over 30 years. From Solar Circus to Juggling Suns to Alligator, to appearing alongside Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in “Runaway Bride”, to sharing the stage with the likes of Keller Williams, Rob Wasserman, Jimmy Herring, Buddy Cage, Scott Murawski, and The Boss himself; Bruce Springsteen, Mark has been the standard bearer of improvisational jam music in the New Jersey area for over 3 decades. Diomede has performed with Cosmic Jerry before and what transpired was, well, cosmic.
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The Peach Project – The Allman Brothers
The Peach Project is a six piece band comprised of some of the tri-state areas premier musicians performing a tribute to the music of The Allman Brothers Band. The band’s members, individually and collectively, possess the instrumental and vocal fire, creativity, and musical professionalism to render the music with the electricity, emotion and nuance of the original. Response to their live shows has been ecstatic and their fan base is growing rapidly.
Older fans who were there at the Fillmore East in 1971 when it all began, as well as the younger generation of ABB fans who frequent the “jam band” scene have been moved by the Peach Project’s authentic and passionate renderings of ABB classics.
The Peach Project Links:
Visit the Peach Project website at www.peachproject.com