Upcoming Concerts

  • Jan 24
    Point San Pablo Harbor
    Richmond, CA
  • Jan 25
    Terrapin Crossroads
    San Rafael, CA
  • Jan 26
    Felton Music Hall
    Felton, CA
  • Feb 22
    Brooklyn Bowl
    Brooklyn, NY
  • Mar 19
    Sweetwater Music Hall
    Mill Valley, CA
  • Mar 20
    Mystic Theatre
    Petaluma, CA
  • Apr 05
    Skull & Roses
    Ventura, CA
  • May 24
    Bottlerock Music Festival (May 22-24)
    Napa, CA
Jan 24
Point San Pablo Harbor - Richmond, CA
Jan 25
Terrapin Crossroads - San Rafael, CA
Jan 26
Felton Music Hall - Felton, CA
Feb 22
Brooklyn Bowl - Brooklyn, NY
Mar 19
Sweetwater Music Hall - Mill Valley, CA
Mar 20
Mystic Theatre - Petaluma, CA
Apr 5
Skull & Roses - Ventura, CA
May 24
Bottlerock Music Festival (May 22-24) - Napa, CA

Moonalice News

  • Introducing ... Full Moonalice!
  • Thank you for an amazing year!
  • Sisters & Brothers is the new Moonalice!
  • Check out the first full show by the Moonalice Sisters & Brothers band!
  • Moonalice Sisters & Brothers rock DROM in NYC!
  • Live for Live Music writes about Moonalice Sisters & Brothers Tour!
  • 420 Gathering of the Tribe -- Video Archive!!!
  • Jerry Day in San Francisco: check out the video archive!
  • Check this epic show from the Hopmonk in Sebastopol
  • Moonalice plays Dead!!!
Introducing ... Full Moonalice!
Thank you for an amazing year!
Sisters & Brothers is the new Moonalice!
Check out the first full show by the Moonalice Sisters & Brothers band!
Moonalice Sisters & Brothers rock DROM in NYC!
Live for Live Music writes about Moonalice Sisters & Brothers Tour!
420 Gathering of the Tribe -- Video Archive!!!
Jerry Day in San Francisco: check out the video archive!
Check this epic show from the Hopmonk in Sebastopol
Moonalice plays Dead!!!

What To Watch (Archive)

  • Dec 13, 2019 / Hill Country (New York)
    Notes: Jason played with Dave Diamond Band Roger sang Goin’ Down the Road Feelin’ Bad
  • Dec 19, 2019 / The Rising Sun Barn (Telford)
    Note there has been a venue change to The Rising Sun Barn.
  • Dec 21, 2019 / Private Event (Mount Kisco)
  • Dec 15, 2019 / 118 North (Wayne)
  • Dec 14, 2019 / Gypsy Sally's (Washington)
    Notes: Jason played Iko-Iko and Roger sang New New Minglewood Blues with Stella Blues Band. Anniversary...
  • Dec 10, 2019 / Garcia's at the Cap (Port Chester)
    Notes: Erica Jeski’s first show with Doobie Decibel System Elliott Peck sang Sugaree
  • Jan 4, 2020 / Terrapin Crossroads Grate Room (San Rafael)
    Debut of Full Moonalice Time Has Come (THC) Revue. SOLD OUT! Notes: Hallelujah dedicated to Liz Du...
  • Dec 17, 2019 / Still Partners (Sea Cliff)
  • Dec 11, 2019 / Wonder Bar (Asbury Park)
    Notes: Jason played with Solar Circus
  • Dec 20, 2019 / BRYAC (Bridgeport)
Dec 13, 2019 / Hill Country (New York)
Notes: Jason played with Dave Diamond Band Roger sang Goin’ Down the Road Feelin’ Bad
Dec 19, 2019 / The Rising Sun Barn (Telford)
Note there has been a venue change to The Rising Sun Barn.
Dec 21, 2019 / Private Event (Mount Kisco)
Dec 15, 2019 / 118 North (Wayne)
Dec 14, 2019 / Gypsy Sally's (Washington)
Notes: Jason played Iko-Iko and Roger sang New New Minglewood Blues with Stella Blues Band. Anniversary...
Dec 10, 2019 / Garcia's at the Cap (Port Chester)
Notes: Erica Jeski’s first show with Doobie Decibel System Elliott Peck sang Sugaree
Jan 4, 2020 / Terrapin Crossroads Grate Room (San Rafael)
Debut of Full Moonalice Time Has Come (THC) Revue. SOLD OUT! Notes: Hallelujah dedicated to Liz Du...
Dec 17, 2019 / Still Partners (Sea Cliff)
Dec 11, 2019 / Wonder Bar (Asbury Park)
Notes: Jason played with Solar Circus
Dec 20, 2019 / BRYAC (Bridgeport)

Music

Set 2

Encore 1

VIDEO COMING
May 8
The Mint - Los Angeles, CA
May 2
Narrows Center for the Arts - Fall River, MA
May 1
Mexicali Live - Teaneck, NJ
Apr 30
Sullivan Hall - New York, NY
Apr 29
River Street Jazz Cafe - Plains, PA
Apr 28
Sellersville Theater - Sellersville, PA
Apr 27
IOTA Club & Cafe - Arlington, VA
Apr 25
Virginia Brewing Company - Winchester, VA
Apr 24
Jim Bohannon Show (4) - Washington, DC
Apr 18
Spring Jam 5 - Salem, MO
May 23
Bella Madre Festival (5) - Geneva, MN
May 24
Summer Camp Music Festival (5) - Chilicothe, IL
Jun 5
Wakarusa Festival - Ozark, AR
Jun 6
Wakarusa Festival - Ozark, AR
Jun 12
Bonnaroo Festival - Manchester, TN
Jun 13
Arena Theater - Point Arena, CA
Jun 17
Goodfoot Pub & Lounge - Portland, OR
Jun 18
Applegate River Lodge - Applegate, OR
Jun 19
Applegate River Lodge - Applegate, OR
Jul 4
Veterans Home of California - Yountville, CA
Legend
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Who Was There?
According to Moonalice legend, today, May 9, is National Train Day. It is the day we celebrate the romance of the rails, and especially the Moonalice tribe's contributions. It all began with the 15th century genius Leo da Vinci Moonalice, who conceived of the first locomotive. Three hundred years before James Watt demonstrated the steam engine, Leo sketched out a rail-based transportation system. Scientists who built models from Leos drawings discovered the brilliance of his work, but also a few limitations. The hemp-fired boiler produced enough energy to move a two-car train, but the further you went, the more lethargic the engine got. And it demanded more and more fuel. Apparently, Leo's hemp-fired boiler got the munchies.

According to Moonalice legend, the tribe made many other contributions to the railroads. Boxcar Tilly was the very first hobo. She passed out in a box car near Baltimore in 1840 and woke up 40 years later, having missed about 150,000 miles of travel, plus the Civil War. But no one made a greater contribution to development of rail travel than Sir Humidor Moonalice, the English tribe member who invented both the smoking car and the refrigerated box car, better known as a "reefer".

According to Moonalice legend, a Moonalice matriarch named Red Queen Moonalice ruled here in Crystal Bay in the 19th century. Red Queen was a great visionary - she saw Crystal Bay as a center for (shall we say) a highly evolved form of Moonalice culture. When white people first came in 1848, Red Queen recognized the threat to tribe's way of life. So she made up some line of bull that there was gold near Sutter's Mill. Before you knew it, the white guys grabbed their shovels, bought some Levi's, and took off. The next time the white guys showed up, about twenty years later, she made up more cock 'n' bull about silver near Virginia City. Boom. The white people took off again. By the time a third wave of white people came, though, Red Queen had passed the mantle of leadership to her son, Two-A-Clubs Moonalice. Two-A-Clubs was a few high cards short of a deck, and didn't appreciate the nuances of his mother's strategy. He told the next wave of white people that there was no more gold or silver, but they could find low tax rates and nice casinos in state of Nevada. And so the white people stayed forever.

According to Moonalice legend, today is the 149th birthday of JM Barrie, author of Peter Pan. The tribe has no idea what Barrie was taking when he first wrote Peter Pan, but we want some!!!!

According to Moonalice legend, May 9 is also the 141st birthday of Reno. The community is actually much older, but the name was changed on May 9, 1868 by Charles Crocker, construction superintendant of the Central Pacific Railroad, who apparently anticipated the creation of National Train Day and decided to cash in.

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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!

2009-05-09 @ Crystal Bay Club (Crystal Bay Casino)