SOLD OUT: Peter Rowan plays the music of Old & In The Way with Papa Mali & Friends

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In 1973, Peter Rowan and The Grateful Dead’s late guitarist, Jerry Garcia, formed a band with David Grisman, John Kahn and Vassar Clements. Their self-titled debut, Old & In The Way, became the best-selling Bluegrass album of all time (until it was displaced by the Oh Brother, Where Art Thou soundtrack, nearly three decades later).

It spite of this enormous success, their live shows, even back then, were rare, mostly due to The Dead’s heavy touring schedule. In the years since that time and the passing of key members Garcia, Kahn and Clements, has only made their legend grow - especially amongst the vast legions of Deadheads, many of whom were not even born in ‘73.

Now, for only the third time ever (and the first, with this lineup), the band’s principal songwriter and singer, Peter Rowan, plays and sings the music of Old and In The Way. For one night only, he’ll be joined by guitarist and singer Papa Mali, (who as the frontman for Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann’s side project, 7 Walkers, has his own place in The Grateful Dead’s legacy). Dave Easley on banjo, Rurik Nunan on fiddle, Mark Rubin on upright bass and Brooks Hubbert on mandolin, complete the lineup. Don’t miss your chance to see and hear this one of a kind event.

The small capacity of the venue ensures an intimate experience and makes advance ticketing a must.

Update 09/28/18:  This show is now SOLD OUT. A small number of tickets may be released the week of, or day of, show. If so, that announcement will be made here, at threekeysnola.com and on Facebook on October 12th. 

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  • 8PM–Thursday, October 18
  • Doors at 8PM DOORS | 9PM SHOW
  • Sold out

In 1973, Peter Rowan and The Grateful Dead’s late guitarist, Jerry Garcia, formed a band with David Grisman, John Kahn and Vassar Clements. Their self-titled debut, Old & In The Way, became the best-selling Bluegrass album of all time (until it was displaced by the Oh Brother, Where Art Thou soundtrack, nearly three decades later).

It spite of this enormous success, their live shows, even back then, were rare, mostly due to The Dead’s heavy touring schedule. In the years since that time and the passing of key members Garcia, Kahn and Clements, has only made their legend grow - especially amongst the vast legions of Deadheads, many of whom were not even born in ‘73.

Now, for only the third time ever (and the first, with this lineup), the band’s principal songwriter and singer, Peter Rowan, plays and sings the music of Old and In The Way. For one night only, he’ll be joined by guitarist and singer Papa Mali, (who as the frontman for Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann’s side project, 7 Walkers, has his own place in The Grateful Dead’s legacy). Dave Easley on banjo, Rurik Nunan on fiddle, Mark Rubin on upright bass and Brooks Hubbert on mandolin, complete the lineup. Don’t miss your chance to see and hear this one of a kind event.

The small capacity of the venue ensures an intimate experience and makes advance ticketing a must.

Update 09/28/18:  This show is now SOLD OUT. A small number of tickets may be released the week of, or day of, show. If so, that announcement will be made here, at threekeysnola.com and on Facebook on October 12th. 

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