Sycamore Slough String Band and Kathy Kallick Band in San Rafael Fri 10/19

The Sycamore Slough String Band is delighted to be sharing the stage with the Kathy Kallick Band this Friday, October 19 at Studio 55 Marin in San Rafael, California. Advance tickets are available via Brown Paper Tickets. Showtime is 8:00 pm.

Studio 55 Marin is located at 1455-A East Francisco Blvd., San Rafael CA 94901

Kathy Kallick has been leading bluegrass bands since co-founding the internationally-acclaimed band, Good Ol’ Persons, in 1975. She continues to evolve as one of the music’s extraordinary composers and vocalists, releasing 15 albums, which include over 100 of her original songs. Her latest CD, Between the Hollow and the High-Rise, and the song “Where Is My Little Cabin Home”, were fixtures on the national bluegrass charts for two years. The song had more chart time than any other 2010-11 release!

Along the way, Kathy has:
*Won a Grammy and two IBMA Awards for her part on True Life Blues: The Songs Of Bill Monroe.
*Had three title tracks and three albums (Call Me A Taxi, Walkin’ In My Shoes, and Warmer Kind of Blue) each spend a year in the upper echelon of the bluegrass charts.
*Appeared on three high-profile Rounder collections of bluegrass songs by women, as well as many other noteworthy collections of songs.
*Toured throughout North America, Europe, and Japan.

The Sycamore Slough String Band was founded January 2012 by David Gans. Mandolinist David Thom worked for 2 years as a guitarist with the David Grisman Bluegrass Experience, has lead the David Thom Band since 1996, and plays in Grandpa Banana’s Band. Fiddle Dave was a co-founder of Cornmeal, has toured with Lynyrd Skynyrd’s drummer the Artimus Pyle Band, and recently spent a year playing in The Fall Risk, a band led by Furthur’s Jeff Pehrson. Bassist Roger Sideman has performed with Michael Kang (String Cheese Incident) and bluegrass legend Frank Wakefield, and currently performs with The China Cats. David Gans performs “solo electric” and also does a lot of Grateful Dead-related stuff on the radio, online, and in books. These musicians share an affinity for the music of the Grateful Dead, and came together in an Oakland recording studio in January 2012 to see what they could conjure.

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