Upcoming Concerts

  • Sep 19
    KZFR Presents @ Lost on Main
    Chico, CA
  • Sep 26
    Orpheum Theater
    Flagstaff, AZ
  • Sep 27
    The Hut
    Tucson, AZ
  • Sep 28
    Cactus Jacks
    Phoenix, AZ
  • Oct 05
    Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival
    San Francisco, CA
  • Oct 08
    Union Square Live
    San Francisco, CA
  • Oct 10
    Don Quixote's Music Hall
    Felton, CA
  • Oct 11
    Biketoberfest Marin
    Fairfax, CA
  • Oct 12
    Roger McNamee solo @ Sweetwater Music Hall
    Mill Valley, CA
  • Oct 17
    Crazy Horse Saloon
    Nevada City, CA
Sep 19
KZFR Presents @ Lost on Main - Chico, CA
Sep 26
Orpheum Theater - Flagstaff, AZ
Sep 27
The Hut - Tucson, AZ
Sep 28
Cactus Jacks - Phoenix, AZ
Oct 5
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival - San Francisco, CA
Oct 8
Union Square Live - San Francisco, CA
Oct 10
Don Quixote's Music Hall - Felton, CA
Oct 11
Biketoberfest Marin - Fairfax, CA
Oct 12
Roger McNamee solo @ Sweetwater Music Hall - Mill Valley, CA
Oct 17
Crazy Horse Saloon - Nevada City, CA

Moonalice News

  • Roger McNamee Announces Duo With Jason Crosby - Doobie Decibel System!!!
  • Radio Interview: Roger McNamee of Moonalice
  • Moonalice featured in SF Giants' video for Jerry Garcia Night
  • From Small Regional Band To National Touring Act – For Moonalice, Facebook Was The Key!!!
  • SF Weekly Blog: Candy and Pot: What to Do on the 4/20 Easter Weekend
  • 18 Mind Blowing Posters In Moonalice 2014 4/20 Poster Set!!!
  • Moonalice Returns to BottleRock Napa Festival For Two Shows!!! #BRNV
  • Carolyn Ferris And Roger McNamee Debut Sunday Art And Music Series In Napa
  • Moonalice 4/20 Celebration with Special Guest David Nelson!!!
  • Concert In Celebration Of The National Baseball Hall Of Fame & Museum's 75th Anniversary
Roger McNamee Announces Duo With Jason Crosby - Doobie Decibel System!!!
Radio Interview: Roger McNamee of Moonalice
Moonalice featured in SF Giants' video for Jerry Garcia Night
From Small Regional Band To National Touring Act – For Moonalice, Facebook Was The Key!!!
SF Weekly Blog: Candy and Pot: What to Do on the 4/20 Easter Weekend
18 Mind Blowing Posters In Moonalice 2014 4/20 Poster Set!!!
Moonalice Returns to BottleRock Napa Festival For Two Shows!!! #BRNV
Carolyn Ferris And Roger McNamee Debut Sunday Art And Music Series In Napa
Moonalice 4/20 Celebration with Special Guest David Nelson!!!
Concert In Celebration Of The National Baseball Hall Of Fame & Museum's 75th Anniversary

What To Watch (Archive)

  • July 25, 2014 / Midnight Ramble, Levon Helm's Barn (Woodstock, NY)
    With Larry Campbell and the Midnight Ramble Band. Spiritual.
  • Dec 29, 2013 / Sweetwater Music (Mill Valley, CA)
    Our Psychedelic Sunday shows at Sweetwater occur at 2 in the afternoon - a fantastic time for serious psychedelic music
  • July 26, 2014 / Jerry Jam (Bath, NH)
    Really fun festival in northern NH
  • July 8, 2014 / Delancey Street (San Francisco, CA)
    Our annual concert at San Francisco's most successful halfway house is always a huge thrill.
  • Aug 5, 2013 / AT&T Park (San Francisco, CA)
    We played two sets before the Giants game. Our band loves baseball, so this giant fun for us (pun intended)
  • July 30, 2014 / The Cutting Room (NYC)
    Amazing venue in Manhattan's garment district. Jason Crosby joins us.
  • Jul 3, 2013 / TRI Studios (Weir Studio, CA)
    If you don't know Moonalice and want a quick introduction to our music, this show is as good as you will find.
  • July 2, 2014 / Truckee Amphitheater (Truckee, CA)
    This beautiful venue near Lake Tahoe was packed ... huge fun!
  • July 9, 2014 / Union Square Live (San Francisco, CA)
    Free show in San Francisco's most famous square.
  • Oct 6, 2013 / HSB (San Francisco, CA)
    HSB: the largest free festival in America draws more than 1/2 a million people. Our adrenal glands were working overtime!!!
July 25, 2014 / Midnight Ramble, Levon Helm's Barn (Woodstock, NY)
With Larry Campbell and the Midnight Ramble Band. Spiritual.
Dec 29, 2013 / Sweetwater Music (Mill Valley, CA)
Our Psychedelic Sunday shows at Sweetwater occur at 2 in the afternoon - a fantastic time for serious psychedelic music
July 26, 2014 / Jerry Jam (Bath, NH)
Really fun festival in northern NH
July 8, 2014 / Delancey Street (San Francisco, CA)
Our annual concert at San Francisco's most successful halfway house is always a huge thrill.
Aug 5, 2013 / AT&T Park (San Francisco, CA)
We played two sets before the Giants game. Our band loves baseball, so this giant fun for us (pun intended)
July 30, 2014 / The Cutting Room (NYC)
Amazing venue in Manhattan's garment district. Jason Crosby joins us.
Jul 3, 2013 / TRI Studios (Weir Studio, CA)
If you don't know Moonalice and want a quick introduction to our music, this show is as good as you will find.
July 2, 2014 / Truckee Amphitheater (Truckee, CA)
This beautiful venue near Lake Tahoe was packed ... huge fun!
July 9, 2014 / Union Square Live (San Francisco, CA)
Free show in San Francisco's most famous square.
Oct 6, 2013 / HSB (San Francisco, CA)
HSB: the largest free festival in America draws more than 1/2 a million people. Our adrenal glands were working overtime!!!

ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCES ACQUISITION OF DIGITAL LOGS OF MOONALICE’S “IT’S 4:20 SOMEWHERE” FOR THE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCES ACQUISITION OF DIGITAL LOGS OF MOONALICE’S “IT’S 4:20 SOMEWHERE” FOR THE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES

Library and Archives to begin acquiring music-related digital assets as part of its historically significant collection of rock and roll material

CLEVELAND (August 28, 2012) The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced that the digital logs for Moonalice’s “It’s 4:20 Somewhere” have been acquired for the Library and Archives. Libraries and archives collect, preserve and provide access to the materials that best capture important moments and movements in history, regardless of format, and the Moonalice logs help tell the story of music’s digital revolution; specifically the rise of direct-from-artist (DFA) distribution. Moonalice is the first band without a label to achieve one million downloads of a song from its own servers, direct-from-artist. “It’s 4:20 Somewhere” has been downloaded over two million times.
“We are grateful that Moonalice is donating these items to our permanent collection,” said Terry Stewart, President and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. “As more and more content is being created digitally and the physical becomes more ephemeral, it is essential that libraries and archives treat digital assets like any other historical material.” Over the next several months, the Library and Archives will complete its digital asset management system in order to handle all digital formats, from electronic documents to born-digital photographs, audio and video files. Upon completion, Moonalice’s digital logs will be available for use at the Library and Archives through the online catalog.
“We are honored that the digital logs for ‘It’s 4:20 Somewhere’ are to be included in the Library and Archives historical collections,” said Roger McNamee, founding member of Moonalice. "Ever since the beginning of pop music, technology has enabled artists to change the world, whether it was the introduction of LP records, stereo sound or subwoofers," he said. "Today we have the iPhone, the iPad and social networks that allow artists to create and distribute a wide variety of music-related products on their own. At no other time in the history of music have the creative opportunities offered by technology afforded artists such a bounty of innovative ways to explore their craft and share their music.”

Since its release in November 2010, Moonalice has recorded two million direct downloads of "It's 4:20 Somewhere,” making it the first multiplatinum track to be downloaded directly from a band's own website. The band’s revolutionary use of technology, including the new MoonTunes™ player enables their fans to watch concerts, listen to songs or shows, and see all 500 Moonalice posters is an example of how artists are revolutionizing the distribution of music. The band also invented such applications as Twittercast concerts, where it shares links to songs for an entire show, either live or after the fact on Twitter’s Moonalice Radio or via live Moonbeam (video) concerts and the Couch Tour on moonalice.com.

Founded in 2007, Moonalice’s roster of seasoned musicians includes John Molo: Drums, Vocals; Barry Sless: Lead Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Bass; Ann McNamee: Keyboards, Vocals; Pete Sears: Bass, Keyboards, Guitar, Vocals; Roger McNamee: Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Bass and Big Steve Parish: Road Scholar/Medicine Man/Storyteller.
On the web, Moonalice can be found at http://www.moonalice.com, as well as on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/moonalice) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/moonalice).

About the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc. is the nonprofit organization that exists to educate visitors, fans and scholars from around the world about the history and continuing significance of rock and roll music. It carries out this mission through its operation of a world-class museum that collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets this art form and through its library and archives as well as its educational programs.
The Museum is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. On Wednesdays (and Saturdays through Labor Day), the Museum is open until 9 p.m. Museum admission is $22 for adults, $18 for adult residents of Greater Cleveland, $17 for seniors (65+), $13 for youth (9-12), children under 8 and Museum Members are always free, for information or to join the membership program call 216. 515.8425. For general inquiries please call 216.781.ROCK (7625) or visit www.rockhall.com. The Museum is generously funded by Cuyahoga County residents through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture.

Contact: Margaret Thresher, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum at (216) 515-1215 or mthresher@rockhall.org
Tracy Zamot, at (917) 579-6704 tracyzamot@gmail.com

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zigzagtheclown's picture

hey hey now so two million copies in (less than?)two years gets them in RNRHOF?Wouldnt that make them also the youngest in terms of duration of bandness?

joshua27's picture

Upon completion, Moonalice’s digital logs will be available for use at the Library and Archives through the online catalog.-Joe Aldeguer