Greenwich House Workshop

Want to learn songs from the new Hot Tuna record, Steady As She Goes? Just days before the CD release! Here’s your chance.

Get a Double Dose of Jorma and Jack’s musical universe. Learn the ins and outs of supporting each other as a guitar/Bass duo. Jorma and Jack wrote the book on this years ago. While Jorma will be showing his student the fundamentals of not over playing in a duo configuration, Jack will be demonstrating the construction of rhythmic underpinning. They’ll be plenty of song break downs and insights into the logic of their interaction.
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April 21 -23, 2011
Greenwich House, New York City
Class size limited.
Price: $1275.00
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Includes lunch and a late afternoon nosh.
A perfect class for New Yorkers…
You won’t have far to go to get this one of kind , one time only, master class!
Sign Up Now! The Workshop is filling up fast, so don’t hesitate!

Hot Tuna is playing Mountain Jam Again!

We have lots of friends playing the festival! You never know who might sit in on some Electric Hot Tuna!

Originally conceived in 2005 as a single-day celebration of Radio Woodstock’s 25th anniversary, Mountain Jam has blossomed into a four-day, multi-stage event, featuring onsite camping, and one of the northeast’s most pristine natural amphitheaters. Over the years, Mountain Jam has hosted some of the top names in live music, including The Allman Brothers Band, Phil Lesh & Friends, Bob Weir & RatDog, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Ray LaMontagne, Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band, Yonder Mountain String Band

Gov’t Mule will headline Mountain Jam for the seventh consecutive year on Saturday, June 4. Gov’t Mule’s two-set performance at Mountain Jam VII will be one of only a few select appearances for the group in 2011. The newly formed Warren Haynes Band, a soul-infused ensemble will make its debut northeast festival appearance, headlining on Friday, June 3.

Following the sellout of Mountain Jam’s Holiday Presale tickets, Festival Passes are now available at Early Bird prices for $142.50, and with camping for $172.50. For an additional $25, attendees can enjoy early admission to the campgrounds on Thursday afternoon and music on the Mountain starting at 8 pm. A limited number of VIP Festival Passes are now on sale for $414.50 which includes Thursday admission.

Hunter Mountain is located within a short drive from anywhere in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.

For complete lineup, full details and ticketing, please visit MountainJam.com.


Another Interview with Jack Casady over at FlyGuitars.com