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Check out The Sycamore Slough String Band in Morristown, NJ

The Folk Project Special Concerts presents The Sycamore Slough String Band, Saturday May 10, 2014, 21 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, NJ 07960. $15 advance, $20 door tickets available below or Fridays at The Minstrel. Tickets available at: http://www.folkproject.org/sp_events/sp_event.php?id=20140510

The Sycamore Slough String Band is the brainchild of our friend David Gans, host of the nationally syndicated radio program The Grateful Dead Hour and co-host of SiriusXM Radio's Grateful Dead channel program Tales From The Golden Road. The SSSB takes the songs of The Grateful Dead and strips them down to their roots with tasty acoustic jams, sweet harmonies and a deep love of the material. They have been touring around the west coast for a few years and were a featured act on one of Bob Weir's TRI Studios webcasts. After a year of pestering, poking and prodding David, I was finally able to talk them into heading out here for their first ever east coast shows! David and the boys are friends with a great many hot musicians in the area so you never know who might show up to sit in. Opening for the SSSB are the Folk Project's own power couple Dave Kleiner and Liz Pagan featuring tasty tunes with witty, well written lyrics and blissful harmonies. After the show, we plan on hanging out for about an hour to have an informal acoustic jam session with the band members.

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  • Ted

    Would love to go but won't be able to get easy transit to and from NJ. :(

    April 27, 2014

    • Scott F.

      Hey Ted, You can take NJ Transit (train) from either the Port Authority or Hoboken to Morristown and we can have someone shuttle people to and from the morristown train station.

      April 28, 2014

    • Ted

      Thanks Scott for the recommendation. Unfortunately there's already there's something on the horizon in which I will probably attend.

      April 28, 2014

  • Henry R.

    sounds like a blast. it'd be an honor to talk to David Gans and possibly get to jam with him and his band.

    April 28, 2014

  • Scott F.

    Not sure what happened to the spaces in this. I swear, I copied and pasted properly separated paragraphs.

    Anyway, the venue for this show is a mansion that was built in 1912. The Unitarians bought it in the mid 80's and added a 180 seat theater to the back of the building. We use this space for our regular acoustic concert series.

    Strict no drugs or alcohol policy (insurance requirement). We could probably arrange to pick folks up from the Morristown train station, making mass transit an option.

    April 27, 2014

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