The Dead Blues Society Makes thier debut at the Courthouse center for the Arts. We are so excited to have them here. Please help us in welcoming The Dead Blues Society. They began as a four-piece band in 2006, and has grown to an incredibly versatile six-piece ensemble, providing soulful and unique interpretations of “the songs we grew up with”, including The Grateful Dead, The Rolling Stones, classic blues, Alman Brothers, Clapton, Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Hendrix, and many more – but have been known to start a show with Dead and just keep going with Dead all night.
Known for the scorching lead guitar of Bob Shindell, inspired lead vocals and rhythm guitar from Todd Manglass, one of the best rhythm sections around anchored by the incredible Jerry Rousseau, as well as the fabulous harmonies and keyboards of Mary Stuart, DBS has carved out a highly professional and well-deserved reputation on the local jam-band scene. The addition of the incredibly talented and versatile Mark C. Hadden on tenor, alto and soprano saxophones, as well as the drop-dead precision of Paul Webber (also of the Rugburn Band) on drums, have elevated the band to new heights in recent years.
Come see The Dead Blues Society at The Dead of Winter Ball at The Courthouse Center for the Arts for a special night of Dead and some great music, and wear your best and favorite Dead-wear from your days as a Deadhead, for a dancing and jamming time. Friday, February 24, 2017 at 8-11pm.
See The Dead Blues Society on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedeadbluessociety
and on Reverb Nation: https://www.reverbnation.com/thedeadbluessociety