Join us for the FIRST ANNUAL Winter JAM-boree at The Warehouse! On Sunday, February 24 beginning at 1 pm and going into the night are five of Long Islands best & favorite jam bands, that will take the acoustically exquisite stage at The Warehouse for a long winters day of music, libations, food and friends. The Warehouse is a spacious venue designed for the highest quality sound and comfortable atmoshphere. Come spend the day surrounded by friends as your favorite local musicians serve up incredible sounds.|
The Brother Pluckers have been playing together since the summer of 2011. Sharing a love for both acoustic music and live performance, the Pluckers bring to the stage a refreshing mix of favorites by The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Wilco, and many others. The Brother Pluckers are Rich Bente (vocals/double bass), Michael Costello (vocals/guitar/mandolin/harmonica/flute), Brett Desing (vocals/guitar/banjo), Cindy Lopez (vocals/percussion).
Tiger Rose Band plays their own interpretation of the complete JGB (Jerry Garcia Band) song encompassing Garcias original tunes, his passion of Reggae, Motown, R&B and his reworking of classic Dylan tunes. Tiger Rose Band is Tom San Filippo (Guitar and Lead Vocals), Paul Weiss (Keys), Phil Weiss (Drums), Don Zott (Bass) and vocalists Cindy Lopez and Naomi Margolin
Jellyband brings an eclectic mix to the Long Island jam band scene. From A to Z (Allman Brothers to Zappa) Jellyband plays a wide range of tunes spanning seven decades from classic the classic rock of Velvet Underground, Rolling Stones, Neil Yong, Led Zeppelin and Traffic to the more recent Ween, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Radiohead sprinkled with originals, Grateful Dead, Phish their music is wide ranging and always intense.
Jellyband is Jim Fontana (Bass), Kevin Griffin (Guitar/Vocals), Mike Katzman (Keys/Vocals), Ann McInerney (Woodwinds/Guitar/Vox) and Jesse Smith (Drums).
The Electrix are one of the leading jam bands in New York performing their renditions of the Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers classics, other related genres of music, and original compositions. They weave in and out of intense jams with an incredible amount of enthusiasm and feeling, adding their own interpretation and style. Formed in 1995, they have established themselves with repeat performances in some of the most popular and biggest festivals such as The Great South Bay Music Festival, The Oysterfest, The Riverhead Blues Festival, Bradstock, Cedar Beach Music Festival, Dead Of Winter Show, Jerry Jam and Alive after Five. The Electrix are Jim Fleming ( Electric & Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Fiddle & Vocals), Ray Kairys (Electric & Acoustic Bass Guitar), Andy Earl (Electric & Acoustic Guitar & Vocals), Kevin Griffin (Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar & Vocals), Mike Katzman (Keys & Vocals), Mike Nicita (Drums & Percussion) and Jeff Naimoli (Drums, Percussion & Vocals)
Half Step is a group of dedicated fans and students of the Grateful Dead, capturing the spirit, improvisation, sound and complexity of their music. Established in 2004 on Long Island they winning over crowds of veteran Deadheads, newcomers and non-Dead fans alike. Just like the Grateful Dead themselves, the band is constantly pushing the envelope, growing together as musicians and performers. They stay true to the traditional show format and play sets of tunes in a sequence that could likely have been performed by the Dead themselves years ago. The members of Half Step also use similar instruments, amplifiers and effects to further authenticate the Grateful Dead sound. Halfstep is Scott Bardolf (Rhythm Guitar, Vocals), Tom San Filippo (Lead Guitar, Vocals), Cindy Lopez (Vocals),
Craig Privett (Bass, Vocals), Matt Iselin (Keyboards, Vocals) and Joe Chirco (Drums).
General Admission - $30 ($35 Day of Show)
VIP Reserved Table Seating - $50
Please note that all tickets being sold for GENERAL ADMISSION are for Standing Room Only and do NOT guarantee any seating! All sales are final. No refunds.
Doors Open @ 12:30pm
The Warehouse (View)
Amityville, NY 11701
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|