truthfully, sundays are not the best day for me -I come from Westchester,so it's a schlep--maybe some saturday, I came to one jam when we did the first album, liked it-would be willing to try and make some saturday-
From: Ted Tours <[address removed]>
To: Grateful-Dead-Jam-list <[address removed]>
Sent: Wed, Feb 8,[masked]:03 pm
Subject: [Grateful-Dead-Jam] Sign up for these jams!
I have an acoustic and an album
jam set up for this Sunday. I really don't want to cancel them but I
don't want to book a studio for a 2 person acoustic jam either. I
thought there would be a lot of interest in a Reckoning/ O&ITW/
Harpur College jam in the middle of the winter. Are Saturday's better?
summer? Let me know what we want to do to get this group up and
playing some Dead music.
This Sunday; Let's dust off those rusty strings just one more time,
sip on some apple pie moonshine, and do some pickin' and grinnin'. I
need to have a total by tomorrow night.
We get together at least once a month to play Grateful Dead tunes at a practice studio in midtown. Amps, drums, mics, and keyboards are provided by the studio and the cost for one room is usually $60-70 for three hours split between everyone. There is a usual revolving cast of characters and we encourage people of all skill levels to come play. The veterans tend to lead and the beginners are happy to follow.
We are not trying to start a real band (although you can) and we don't spend much time circling back to do things over. The Studio is byob and our usual room has a couch in it so even if you don't play an instrument, come on down.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.