Moonalice at Truckee River Regional Park
Wednesday, July 2, 2014 -6:30pm
"Salty Gebhrdt" Amphitheatre
10500 Brockway Road
Truckee, CA 96161
Moonalice is a psychedelic, roots-rock band of seasoned musicians mixing a variety of genres with extended musical improvisations that evoke a sense of adventure and exploration. Everyone is a part of the experience and the music inspires dancing and other acts of self expression. Every show has an original art poster created by a well-known artist memorializing that event and given to all attendees …each poster has its own Moonalice legend. All concerts are broadcasted live in HD and available in archive shortly after their set. Band members:
Barry Sless - lead guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass (Phil Lesh & Friends, David Nelson Band, Kingfish, Cowboy Jazz), Pete Sears - keyboards, bass, vocals (Sam Gopal Dream, Rod Stewart, original Jefferson Starship, Hot Tuna, Phil Lesh & Friends, John Lee Hooker), Roger McNamee - rhythm and lead guitar, vocals, bass (Guff, The Engineers, Random Axes, Flying Other Brothers) , and John Molo - drums, vocals (Bruce Hornsby & The Range, John Fogerty, Phil Lesh & Friends, The Other Ones).
Plus manager Big Steve Parish - Road Scholar, Medicine Man, Story Teller. (Grateful Dead family member and co-founder of Jerry Garcia Band).
Moonalice plays mostly original material mixed with several covers, and during their extended freeform jams the band moves as one, drawing from many musical genres honed from years of experience playing with various major acts.
Their single "It's 4:20 Somewhere" has been downloaded over 4.6 million times. Just released: 420 Gathering of the Tribe by Jay Blakesberg and Alex Fischer – a short film about the Moonalice posters and poster artists: http://www.moonalice.com/song/its-420-somewhere
Social media: over 337,000 on Facebook & over 67,000 on Twitter.
Their extensive tour schedule and videos of every Moonalice show can be seen at moonalice.com
and every show poster with legends can be viewed at moonaliceposters.com
.Truckee River Regional Park
Located at 10050 Brockway Rd just 1/2 mile south of Downtown Truckee on Highway 267, this park offers 62 acres of recreation facilities. The "Salty" Gebhart Amphitheater is a landscaped theater that offers comfortable lawn seating overlooking a generous stage above the Truckee River.