Shakedown Street - NO COVER UNTIL 10PM
|Price:||$10 (Under 21 $5 surcharge) After 10 GA / $10 After 10pm GA|
“One of the longest running Grateful Dead tribute bands,” (JamBase) playing favorites from “Casey Jones,” to “Friend Of The Devil.”NO COVER UNTIL 10PM
Genre: Greatful Dead Covers
ALL AGES: 18+ w/ valid photo ID, under 18 must be accompanied by parent or guardian.
NO COVER until 10pm SHARP. $10 after that time.
$5 surcharge for under 21.
In the live music venues of the Rocky Mountain region, there are only a few bands that consistently draw large crowds. One of the more notorious is Shakedown Street. By virtue of their success, they have proven that Grateful Dead music is an American musical institution that is rallied by hundreds of thousands and hard to resist . By necessity and demand, there are literally dozens of Grateful Dead cover bands in this country. However, Shakedown Street has garnered a national reputation as being the mother of all Dead bands!! Shakedown Street has provided a musical and spiritual public service for "deadheads" for over 23 years. The Band has performed numerous times with former members of the Grateful Dead including; Vince Welnick (keyboards), Tom Constanten (Keyboards), Melvin Seals (B3 for JGB) and Bob Bralove (the Dead's longtime sound designer.) Shakedown Street has also played with and opened for many national acts including three shows with Hot Tuna, twice with the J.G.B. Band, twice with The David Nelson Band, Merl Suanders and the Rainforest Band, several shows with Spirit, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, Jerry Jeff Walker, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Arlo Guthrie, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, and The Colonel.
Performing up to 150 shows a year for the last 22 years, Shakedown Street continues to be the hardest working band in the Rockies averaging 20,000 miles a year from Salt Lake City to Santa Fe. Headlining at the largest club venues and theaters in the Rockies in a never ending rotation, Shakedown Street enjoys the reputation and security of drawing large crowds everywhere. They performmed at numerous benefits each year for humanitarian or environmental causes such as the Guatemalan medical relief project, the rain forest benefit, and the annual Boulder County Rape Crisis Team benefit, Shakedown Street has always been eager to help the local and global community with financial assistance.
Shakedown Street is more than a musical production. It's a mobile road carnival, a mobile party unit, a revelous extravaganza!! It's a celebration of the life of Jerry Garcia and the Dead; a celebration of our own lives. The Shakedown Street audience typically is a demographic mix of hippies, yuppies, bikers, professionals, college students, good ol' boys, rednecks, nuns, caballeros, ex-presidents, vaqueros, and insurance salesmen who range in age from three to ninety-three, and seemingly appear to and know and love one another extremely well. Enjoy the party!