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Moonalice News

  • Hardly Strictly Bluegrass - A Privilege To Play
  • LOCKN' FREE 2017 Livestream Courtesy of Ben and Jerry's, Airstream, and YouTube, with Suggested Donations to the Heal Charlottesville Fund
  • Moonalice To Play At Slide Ranch Grand Opening Of New Farm-to-Table Teaching Center
  • Honoring The San Francisco Tradition of The Rock Poster!!!
  • Rock Out To The Music Of 1967 at The Surrealistic Summer Solstice Jam On 21 June!!!
  • Happy Birthday Moontunes TM!!!!
  • The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock And Roll
  • Moonalice 420 Gathering Of The Tribe Returns To Slim's In SF On 20 April 2017!!!
  • Roger McNamee - Free Super Bowl Tailgate Party Show At Sweetwater Music Hall - 5 Feb. 2017
  • Steve DeAngelo - Prop 64 is a compromise, but one that needs to be made
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass - A Privilege To Play
LOCKN' FREE 2017 Livestream Courtesy of Ben and Jerry's, Airstream, and YouTube, with Suggested Donations to the Heal Charlottesville Fund
Moonalice To Play At Slide Ranch Grand Opening Of New Farm-to-Table Teaching Center
Honoring The San Francisco Tradition of The Rock Poster!!!
Rock Out To The Music Of 1967 at The Surrealistic Summer Solstice Jam On 21 June!!!
Happy Birthday Moontunes TM!!!!
The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock And Roll
Moonalice 420 Gathering Of The Tribe Returns To Slim's In SF On 20 April 2017!!!
Roger McNamee - Free Super Bowl Tailgate Party Show At Sweetwater Music Hall - 5 Feb. 2017
Steve DeAngelo - Prop 64 is a compromise, but one that needs to be made

What To Watch (Archive)

  • July 9, 2014 / Union Square Live (San Francisco, CA)
    Free show in San Francisco's most famous square.
  • July 30, 2014 / The Cutting Room (NYC)
    Amazing venue in Manhattan's garment district. Jason Crosby joins us.
  • July 25, 2014 / Midnight Ramble, Levon Helm's Barn (Woodstock, NY)
    With Larry Campbell and the Midnight Ramble Band. Spiritual.
  • July 2, 2014 / Truckee Amphitheater (Truckee, CA)
    This beautiful venue near Lake Tahoe was packed ... huge fun!
  • 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 8, 2014 / Delancey Street (San Francisco, CA)
    Our annual concert at San Francisco's most successful halfway house is always a huge thrill.
  • 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 26, 2014 / Jerry Jam (Bath, NH)
    Really fun festival in northern NH
  • 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
  • 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 9, 2014 / Union Square Live (San Francisco, CA)
Free show in San Francisco's most famous square.
July 30, 2014 / The Cutting Room (NYC)
Amazing venue in Manhattan's garment district. Jason Crosby joins us.
July 25, 2014 / Midnight Ramble, Levon Helm's Barn (Woodstock, NY)
With Larry Campbell and the Midnight Ramble Band. Spiritual.
July 2, 2014 / Truckee Amphitheater (Truckee, CA)
This beautiful venue near Lake Tahoe was packed ... huge fun!
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 8, 2014 / Delancey Street (San Francisco, CA)
Our annual concert at San Francisco's most successful halfway house is always a huge thrill.
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 26, 2014 / Jerry Jam (Bath, NH)
Really fun festival in northern NH
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
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)

Music

VIDEO COMING
Dec 31
Arena Theater - New Year's Eve!!!! - Point Arena, CA
Dec 12
142 Throckmorton Theatre/Seva Benefit - Mill Valley, CA
Dec 11
Hopmonk Tavern - Sebastopol, CA
Dec 5
19 Broadway Nite Club (5) - Fairfax, CA
Dec 4
Crystal Bay Casino - Crown Room (5) - Crystal Bay, NV
Nov 28
Great American Music Hall - Benefit for Rex Fdn - San Francisco, CA
Oct 25
Skipper's Smokehouse - Tampa, FL
Oct 24
Magnolia Festival - Live Oak, FL
Oct 23
Magnolia Festival - Live Oak, FL
Oct 20
The Jewish Mother (5) - Virginia Beach, VA
Feb 18
Dante's - $4.20 Tour! - Portland, OR
Feb 19
Domino Room - Bend, OR
Feb 20
John Henry's - $4.20 Tour - Eugene, OR
Feb 21
Applegate River Lodge - $10 show - Applegate, OR
Feb 27
The Ashkenaz - Berkeley, CA
Mar 6
KMVR - Nevada City, CA
Mar 6
Auburn Events Center - Auburn, CA
Mar 13
19 Broadway Nite Club - Fairfax, CA
Mar 18
The Coach House - San Juan Capistrano, CA
Mar 19
Temecula Theater - Temecula, CA
Feb 17, 2010
Tractor Tavern - $10 show IN SEATTLE, WA
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Who Was There?
According to Moonalice legend, the first European settlers in the Seattle area were known as the Denny Party. Unlike their cousins, the Donner Party, the Denny Party preferred a traditional breakfast of eggs, bacon, toast and coffee, which they called a Grand Slam. They got here in the 1850s and immediately christened the place, New York-Alki. Alki was the Chinook word for by-and-by. The local Moonalice tribe liked the Denny Party. In particular, they were big fans of breakfast. But as aficianadoes of hemp, they had a problem with all things Alki. They spent years trying to persuade the Dennys to rename the place New York-Sativa. In the end, they gave up and named it after an Indian chief.

According to Moonalice legend, downtown Seattle burned to the ground in a massive fire in 1889. Moonalice legend suggests that the fire started at 4:20pm when two young Moonalices dropped burning embers from their doobie on a pile of hay. The tribe always felt guilty about that. Until today. We just found out that the fire had been burning for nearly two hours at 4:20pm, and that it had started when a guy in a furniture shop set a vat of glue on fire. Let that be a warning to you. Glue is dangerous. Stick to hemp products.

According to Moonalice legend, yesterday was the 30th anniversary of Ann's and my first date. We got off to an excellent start: it was a Jerry Garcia Band show at the University of New Haven Gym in New Haven, CT. I remember the smoke being thick that night. Marrying Ann was the Best decision I ever made. Jerry only lasted 15 years, but we are still rocking after 30.

According to Moonalice legend, the weather in the Seattle area is suboptimal for the cultivation of hemp. Apparently it rains a bit here. No matter. A local member of the tribe by the name of Windows Moonalice figured out a solution. He invented grow lights. Unfortunately, he also invented artificial turf, which he called Astro-hemp, but that was less successful. Two puffs and there was no point in calling a doctor. The best you could do was to call a lawyer who specializes in mesothelioma.

According to Moonalice legend, today is the 77th anniversary of the Blaine Act, which was the beginning of the end of the Prohibition of alcohol in the United States. Unfortunately, enlightenment lasted only four years, until the passage of the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937. Fortunately, the tribe pays no attention. Welcome to our world.

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Click the "I was there!" link above to mark your attendance for this show. If video archive is available, click "Launch Video" on the left the watch and add the show to your Couch Tour!

2010-02-17 @ Tractor Tavern - $10 show