Upcoming Concerts

  • May 25
    BottleRock Napa Valley Festival
    Napa, CA
  • Jun 13
    Club Fox
    Redwood City, CA
  • Jun 14
    Sweetwater Music Hall
    Mill Valley, CA
  • Jul 27
    Petaluma Music Festival
    Petaluma, CA
May 25
BottleRock Napa Valley Festival - Napa, CA
Jun 13
Club Fox - Redwood City, CA
Jun 14
Sweetwater Music Hall - Mill Valley, CA
Jul 27
Petaluma Music Festival - Petaluma, CA

Moonalice News

  • Moonalice offers free admission to holders of Skull & Roses tickets!
  • Poster Artist Feature: Dennis Larkins Interview
  • Let's Rock The World One Tree At A Time!
  • Acoustic Guitar reviews Full Moonalice, Volume 2!!
  • Moonalice plays a set on Jam In The Van
  • Glide Magazine interviews Pete Sears!
  • Acoustic Guitar Magazine: Barry, Roger and T’s play Nick and Woo Woo
  • Commemorating the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival!!!
  • PopMatters: Bottlerock Napa review … featuring Moonalice
  • Moonalice Will Not Play Indoors Until Further Notice
Moonalice offers free admission to holders of Skull & Roses tickets!
Poster Artist Feature: Dennis Larkins Interview
Let's Rock The World One Tree At A Time!
Acoustic Guitar reviews Full Moonalice, Volume 2!!
Moonalice plays a set on Jam In The Van
Glide Magazine interviews Pete Sears!
Acoustic Guitar Magazine: Barry, Roger and T’s play Nick and Woo Woo
Commemorating the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival!!!
PopMatters: Bottlerock Napa review … featuring Moonalice
Moonalice Will Not Play Indoors Until Further Notice

What To Watch (Archive)

  • Sep 1, 2023 / The Chapel (San Francisco)
    According to Moonalice legend, we are totally psyched to be back at the Chapel. People showed us the secu...
  • Aug 31, 2023 / Rebroadcast of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 22 with new Audio & Video (San Francisco)
    This rebroadcast of the 2022 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass show with new and im...
  • Apr 18, 2024 / Felton Music Hall (Felton)
    According to Moonalice legend, today is Tricycle Day. If this is the first time you have heard of Tricyc...
  • Sep 2, 2023 / Felton Music Hall (Felton)
    According to Moonalice legend, we are really happy we are not at Burning Man. Apparently, a huge storm de...
  • Dec 1, 2023 / Odd Fellows Lodge (Auburn)
    According to Moonalice Legend, dinosaurs once roamed the foothills of the Sierras. Recent fossil discover...
  • Dec 2, 2023 / HopMonk Tavern (Sebastopol)
    According to Moonalice legend, every member of the tribe has a spirit animal. Some are Siamese cats, oth...
  • Apr 19, 2024 / Rancho Nicasio (Nicasio)
    According to Moonalice legend, the Swiss chemist Dr Albert Hoffmann first experimented with LSD on April ...
  • Nov 30, 2023 / The Guild Theatre (Menlo Park)
    According to Moonalice legend, the Peninsula between San Francisco and San Jose has many beautiful places...
  • Feb 3, 2024 / Saturday Stream (Howling Moon Studio)
  • Apr 20, 2024 / HopMonk Tavern (Sebastopol)
    Welcome to the Gathering of the Tribe! According to Moonalice legend, it is 4/20 everywhere. In a worl...
Sep 1, 2023 / The Chapel (San Francisco)
According to Moonalice legend, we are totally psyched to be back at the Chapel. People showed us the secu...
Aug 31, 2023 / Rebroadcast of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 22 with new Audio & Video (San Francisco)
This rebroadcast of the 2022 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass show with new and im...
Apr 18, 2024 / Felton Music Hall (Felton)
According to Moonalice legend, today is Tricycle Day. If this is the first time you have heard of Tricyc...
Sep 2, 2023 / Felton Music Hall (Felton)
According to Moonalice legend, we are really happy we are not at Burning Man. Apparently, a huge storm de...
Dec 1, 2023 / Odd Fellows Lodge (Auburn)
According to Moonalice Legend, dinosaurs once roamed the foothills of the Sierras. Recent fossil discover...
Dec 2, 2023 / HopMonk Tavern (Sebastopol)
According to Moonalice legend, every member of the tribe has a spirit animal. Some are Siamese cats, oth...
Apr 19, 2024 / Rancho Nicasio (Nicasio)
According to Moonalice legend, the Swiss chemist Dr Albert Hoffmann first experimented with LSD on April ...
Nov 30, 2023 / The Guild Theatre (Menlo Park)
According to Moonalice legend, the Peninsula between San Francisco and San Jose has many beautiful places...
Feb 3, 2024 / Saturday Stream (Howling Moon Studio)
Apr 20, 2024 / HopMonk Tavern (Sebastopol)
Welcome to the Gathering of the Tribe! According to Moonalice legend, it is 4/20 everywhere. In a worl...

Music

Set 2

VIDEO COMING
Nov 1
Harpers Ferry - Allston, MA
Oct 27
Nelson Ledges Quarry Park - Garrettsville, OH
Oct 26
The Thirsty Ear - Columbus, OH
Oct 25
Martyrs - Chicago, IL
Oct 24
Shank Hall - Milwaukee, WI
Oct 22
DeYoung Museum • Golden Gate Park - San Francisco, CA
Oct 21
The Mobius - Ashland, OR
Oct 20
The Mobius - Ashland, OR
Oct 19
Nectar Lounge - Seattle, WA
Oct 18
The Goodfoot - Portland, OR
Nov 3
Mexicali Blues - Teaneck, NJ
Nov 4
Rams Head - Annapolis, MD
Dec 8
The Fillmore - San Francisco, CA
Jan 8
Wilda Marston Theater - Anchorage, AK
Jan 9
Wilda Marston Theater - Anchorage, AK
Jan 11
The Sitzmark - Girdwood, AK
Jan 12
The Sitzmark - Girdwood, AK
Feb 6
Redstone Room - Davenport, IA
Feb 7
The Maintenance Shop - Ames, IA
Feb 8
Cabooze - Minneapolis, MN
Nov 2, 2007
Inter-Media Arts Center IN HUNTINGTON, NY
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Who Was There?
According to Moonalice legend, the great patriot George Washington was a member of the tribe. Everyone knows he was a Mason and our first president, but his role in the Moonalice legend has been obscured by the passage of time. It turns out that after chopping down the cherry tree and not lying about it, George was sent off to spend some time with the Moonalice tribe in Northern Virginia. They taught him how to be a farmer - a hippie, if you will - and George went on to a distinguished career as a plantation owner. Contrary to popular wisdom, the Washington plantation was devoted the cultivation of America's most important indigenous crop, hemp. Given the critical nature of hemp in the economy of the period, it was natural that a hippie such as Washington would be put in charge of first the army and then the country as a whole. While people were less uptight in those days than they are today, they nonetheless used a code to let the general know when they were in need of additional hemp products. The code, which is still in use today, was brilliant in its simplicity. If you needed supplies, you put up a sign that said, "George Washington slept here." Judging by the signs around Huntington, demand for hemp products appears to be very strong.

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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!

2007-11-02 @ Inter-Media Arts Center