Deadheads, Phish-heads To Descend on Jacó

January 4, 2008

Deadheads and Phish-heads, take note. The central Pacific coastal town of Jacó Saturday night is set to host a benefit to promote environmental education with musical guests hailing from such legendary U.S. bands as The Grateful Dead and Phish.

Veteran Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann, recently honored along with former bandmates for lifetime achievement at the Grammy Awards, will team up with Phish bassist and singer Mike Gordon as well as guitarist Scott Murawski of Connecticut-based group MaxCreek.

They are scheduled to take the stage at 8 p.m. and will play three sets of covers and originals at the Doce Lunas hotel, according to co-organizers the Jacó-based Central Pacific Chamber of Commerce.

 

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