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  • 7 Walkers

    (1,362 listeners)

    jam cruise, jam cruise 10, rock, american

    7 Walkers are an American rock band featuring former Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann and guitarist Papa Mali

  • Andy The Music Man

    (0 listeners)

  • Animal Liberation Orchestra

    (242,709 listeners)

    acoustic, jam, funk, rock

    Animal Liberation Orchestra (ALO) is a jam band, currently signed on Jack Johnson's Brushfire Records label. They have released four full length albums, "Fly Between Falls", which is being re-released by Brushfire Records and "Roses & Clover" (2007), Man of the World (2010) and Sounds Like This (2012). They have also released several EPs and independent albums, including "Time Expander".

  • Assembly of Dust

    (34,170 listeners)

    jam band, rock, jam, bluegrass

    Assembly of Dust (also known as AOD) is an American rock band formed in 2002 by former Strangefolk frontman Reid Genauer.

  • band together

    (9 listeners)

  • Bob WeirUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (8,792 listeners)

    classic rock, blues rock, rock, country rock

    Bob Weir (born Robert Hall Weir, October 16, 1947) is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist, most recognized as a founding member of the Grateful Dead.

  • Branford Marsalis

    (58,153 listeners)

    jazz, saxophone, contemporary jazz, tenor sax

    Branford Marsalis (born August 26, 1960, Beaux Bridge, Louisiana) is an American jazz saxophonist.

  • Bruce Hornsby

    (164,587 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, piano, rock, 80s

    Bruce Randall Hornsby (born November 23, 1954 in Williamsburg, Virginia) is an American singer, virtuoso pianist, accordion player, and songwriter. He is probably best known for his 1980s signature song "The Way It Is" and the top five hits "Mandolin Rain," and "The Valley Road", all recorded as Bruce Hornsby & The Range, and for his long association with the Grateful Dead.

  • Conspirator

    (6,307 listeners)

    thrash metal, electronic, psychedelic, trance

    1. Conspirator is Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner (Disco Biscuits) along with electronic music/production guru Omen (Final Phaze NYC), and the trio teams up for some awe-inspiring trance, down tempo, and drum-and-bass on this debut CD. Brownstein's pummeling bass and Magner's brain-bending keys bring their trademark trance-fusion sound into a new domain.

  • Cosmic Jibaros

    (11 listeners)

    rock, latin

  • Dangermuffin

    (4,002 listeners)

    folk rock, americana, jam, folk

    Five years and four albums into a career that’s found them drawing circles around the lower 48, building a burgeoning national fan base, Dangermuffin embodies a curious paradox. The themes found within their striking new collection, Olly Oxen Free, sum up that juxtaposition.

  • Dark Star Orchestra

    (7,967 listeners)

    jam, grateful dead, jam bands, jam cruise 8

    DSO is a Grateful Dead cover band which attempts to replicate the entire Grateful Dead concert experience. Their members represent the respective members of the Dead.

  • David Gans

    (919 listeners)

    indie, singer-songwriter, under 2000 listeners, rock

    He’s best known for his work with the Grateful Dead, but singersongwriter David Gans has a voice, a style, and a songbook all his own. With the aid of a digital recording device called the Loop Station, “solo electric” performer Gans can build his musical accompaniment in real time from a single acoustic guitar to a multi-layered sonic environment that sometimes leads to dancing.

  • Deep Banana Blackout

    (1,733 listeners)

    funk, jazz, funkn jazz, jam

    Deep Banana Blackout (or DBB) was a New Orleans style Jazz-funk band from Fairfield, Connecticut. Formed in the mid 1990s, the band soon became a highly acclaimed musical force on the East Coast underground Jazz and Jam Band scene. This eight piece musical outfit, with full horn section, was notorious for performing musical compositions ranging from Tower of Power, Sly and the Family Stone esq.

  • Dopapod

    (3,563 listeners)

    funk, rock, jam, jazz

    Dopapod exists at the crossroads of full throttle intensity, deep pocket groove, intricate technicality, and limitless experimentation.

  • George Porter Jr.

    (342 listeners)

    jam cruise 10, jam cruise 9, soul, funk

    Few bass players in the history of modern New Orleans music are as storied as George Porter Jr. During the course of a career spanning four decades, Porter has not only made a deep impression with his work in the Meters, but he’s notched sessions with artists as diverse as Paul McCartney, Jimmy Buffett, David Byrne, Patti LaBelle, Robbie Robertson and Tori Amos.

  • George Porter Jr. and Runnin' Pardners

    (288 listeners)

  • Joe Pug

    (92,642 listeners)

    folk, americana, singer-songwriter, alt-country

    Joe Pug (born Joe Pugliese) is an American singer-songwriter from Chicago. He has released two EPs, Nation of Heat and In the Meantime, the latter of which has been made available for free on his website. He has toured extensively since 2008 and has opened for alt-country pioneer Steve Earle, singer-songwriter Josh Ritter and folk rocker M.

  • Keller WilliamsUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (158,634 listeners)

    jam, acoustic, singer-songwriter, jam band

    Keller Williams (born 4 February 1970 in Fredericksburg, Virginia) is an American musician who began performing in 1991.

  • Kung Fu

    (1,949 listeners)

    rock, under 2000 listeners, jam, funk

    “I was trying to become the ultimate technical musician -- able to play anything. Jazz fusion to me is the hardest music to play. You have to be so proficient on your instrument. Playing five tempos at the same time, for instance. I wanted to try the toughest music because I knew if I could do that, I could do anything.” - Randy Jackson

  • LettuceUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (53,645 listeners)

    funk, jazz, fusion, jazz funk

    (...)It was 1992 at the Berklee School of Music, and a few high school summer session kids exploded onto the Boston jazz scene with killer chops and bottomless energy. Drawn together at the altar of funky soul, Eric Krasno, Sam Kininger, Adam Deitch, Erick Coomes, Jeff Bhasker, and Ryan Zoidis began taking over local clubs and jam nights on borrowed sound equipment.

  • Lucid

    (20,278 listeners)

    trance, electronic, progressive rock, alternative metal

    There are six bands called Lucid : 1) Lucid are The Hague's hottest motorpunk trio, merging speed and space into one.

  • Mates of State

    (447,680 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, indie rock, female vocalists

    Mates of State are an American indie rock duo, who have been active since 1997 when they formed in Lawrence, Kansas, United States.

  • Max Creek

    (579 listeners)

    rockabilly, revolution hall, ct music, under 2000 listeners

    Max Creek is a jam band that started in the seventies and is still going strong. They play style probably most similar to the Grateful Dead, however they have many other influences and just an overall great sound.

  • McLovins

    (137 listeners)

    united states, met, revolution hall, jamtopia

    so dank.

  • Mickey Hart

    (10,955 listeners)

    percussion, world, drum, psychedelic

    Mickey Hart (born September 11, 1943) Mickey Hart is best known for his nearly three decades as an integral part of an extraordinary expedition into the soul and spirit of music, disguised as the rock and roll band the Grateful Dead. As half of the percussion tandem known as the Rhythm Devils, Mickey and Bill Kreutzmann transcended the conventions of rock drumming.

  • Outernational

    (3,091 listeners)

    punk, ska, future rock, under 2000 listeners

    With roots directly planted in the original bohemian Greenwich Village, NYC’s Outernational has assembled an arsenal of blistering rock and roll, defiant lyrics and an infectious sense of rhythm that is reminiscent of both The Clash and Rage Against The Machine.

  • Phil Lesh & Friends

    (61,803 listeners)

    jam band, jam, rock, psychedelic

    Renowned for his three-decade stint as the bassist with the Grateful Dead, Phil Lesh proved a fan favorite as much for his distinctive jazz playing as for his single-minded devotion to the band, overseeing the quality of every legitimate release. He has issued two solo albums under Phil Lesh & Friends, a quintet that channels the Dead but utilizes only one drummer.

  • Primus

    (607,577 listeners)

    funk metal, alternative, alternative rock, rock

    Primus is a band formed in California in the mid-1980s by two ex-members of thrash metal band Blind Illusion, Les Claypool and Larry LaLonde. Les (vocals and bass guitar) has been the only constant member.

  • Ryan Montbleau Band

    (8,523 listeners)

    folk, under 2000 listeners, jam cruise 8, jam cruise

    Averaging over 200 gigs per year for the past few years, Ryan Montbleau Band has generated the kind of buzz that only surrounds a talented artist on the verge.

  • SouliveUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (139,476 listeners)

    funk, jazz, fusion, instrumental

    Soulive is a jazz organ trio that originated in Woodstock, New York. The band consists of Eric Krasno (guitar), Alan Evans (drums), and Neal Evans (Hammond B3 organ, basskeys, clavinet). The band is also usually accompanied by its horn section, which formerly consisted of Sam Kininger (saxophone), but now features Rashawn Ross (trumpet) and Ryan Zoidis (saxophone).

  • Steel Pulse

    (312,694 listeners)

    reggae, roots reggae, roots, dub

    Probably the UK's most highly-regarded roots reggae outfit, Steel Pulse originally formed at Handsworth Wood Boys School, Birmingham, and comprised David Hinds (lead vocals, guitar), Basil Gabbidon (lead guitar, vocals) and Ronnie McQueen (bass).

  • Strangefolk

    (13,681 listeners)

    jam, jam band, folk, smokin hot

    Originally formed as an acoustic duo "Strange Folk" in 1991, Strangefolk (now one word) added bass and drums within a year and took to playing the bars in and around the vibrant musical community of Burlington, Vermont. The band rounded out its sound further in 2000 by adding keyboards to the lineup.

  • STS9Up-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (157,064 listeners)

    electronic, jam, jam band, experimental

    Since forming in Atlanta 15 years ago, instrumental electronic rock band STS9 has experienced a meteoric rise to the forefront of the international music scene.

  • The Avett Brothers

    (548,873 listeners)

    folk, alt-country, bluegrass, americana

    The Avett Brothers are a non-traditional bluegrass band that originated in Concord, North Carolina. The two brothers, Seth Avett and Scott Avett, formed the group in 2000 after the breakup of the former rock band, Nemo, adding a third member, Bob Crawford.

  • The Greyboy Allstars

    (59,322 listeners)

    funk, jazz, acid jazz, jam band

    The Greyboy Allstars are a San Diego jazz group created in the early 1990s. The founding members of the group were Karl Denson, Robert Walter, Chris Stillwell, Elgin Park, AKA Mike Andrews, and Zak Najor.

  • The Machine

    (25,906 listeners)

    stoner rock, psychedelic rock, psychedelic, stoner

    There is more than one artist named The Machine. 1. A Dutch psychedelic rock band 2. An American Pink Floyd tribute band 3. A Lithuanian electronic musician

  • The McLovins

    (1,377 listeners)

    jam band, chillout, funk, jam

    The genesis of The McLovins was forged from a series of chance encounters between the three founders at various music camps during 2008. Bassist Jason Ott, drummer Jake Huffman and guitarist Jeff Howard realized from their first practices that they all shared a similar musical integrity and a desire to perform; the band was born.

  • Toubab Krewe

    (16,242 listeners)

    instrumental, african, african rhythms, asheville

    Blending American and West African influences into a sound all its own, Toubab Krewe has set "a new standard for fusions of rock 'n' roll and West African music" (Afropop Worldwide).

  • Twiddle

    (1,849 listeners)

    jam band, jam, reggae, barnyard stomp

    Twiddle hails from the hills of Hubbardton Vermont, and has always sought to write and perform music that is diverse and groovin', but also intricate and expressive.

  • Yarn

    (6,679 listeners)

    country, americana, alt-country, psychill

    There are 2 artists for Yarn: 1. Brooklyn might seem an odd place of origin for a country band. The perennial home of cold concrete, hipsters and industrial ruins has been most famous for its indie rock scene over the past decade.

  • Yonder Mountain String BandUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (129,284 listeners)

    bluegrass, jam, jam band, newgrass

    Yonder Mountain String Band Biography, June 2009 Yonder Mountain String Band has always played music by its own set of rules. Bending bluegrass, rock and countless other influences that the band cites, Yonder has pioneered a sound of their own.

  • Zach Deputy

    (4,307 listeners)

    blues, acoustic, reggae, funk

    On his upcoming release Another Day (Eusonia Records, 2011), Zach Deputy demonstrates his remarkable ability to perform and record in multiple contexts.

  • Zappa Plays Zappa

    (1,553 listeners)

    progressive rock, zappa, rock, awesome guitar jams

    The band debuted in 2006 with shows in Europe, Canada and the United States during May and June (the tour was also known as Zappa Plays Zappa - Tour de Frank').