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Terrapin Crossroads

Terrapin Crossroads, Phil Lesh‘s new venue in San Rafael, CA is gearing up for a great opening run of shows in March with Phil Lesh & Friends playing 12 nights. The venue will be opening with full bar and limited menu in the dining area. Tickets are on sale now at the Terrapin Crossroads Events page. Don’t worry too much if you don’t get a ticket right away though. If you are diligent, you could still possibly get a ticket. According to their website:

“We will be holding tickets for band family and friends for every Terrapin Crossroads show, and 48 hours before every show we will start releasing any unused tickets for half of the GA ticket price. These will only be available online and we will send out a Twitter missive and a Facebook post every time we release some. Stay tuned to Twitter and Facebook, as we plan to release tickets frequently prior to every show, up to two hours before showtime.”

However, if you still don’t manage to get tickets don’t be too disappointed. I hear that Terrapin Crossroads will also possibly be offering $5.00 webcasts for selected shows. Check out the line up of artists playing and pick up your tickets today!

Saturday, March 17 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Brian Lesh / Chris Robinson / Jeff Chimenti / Jimmy Herring / Joe Russo / Bob Weir

Sunday, March 18 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Brian Lesh / Chris Robinson / Jeff Chimenti / Jimmy Herring / Joe Russo

Tuesday, March 20 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Chris Robinson / Jimmy Herring / Jeff Chimenti / Joe Russo

Thursday, March 22 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jeff Chimenti / John Kadlecik / Joe Russo

Friday, March 23 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jeff Chimenti / John Kadlecik / Joe Russo

Saturday, March 24 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jeff Chimenti / John Kadlecik / Joe Russo

Sunday, March 25 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jeff Chimenti / John Kadlecik / Joe Russo / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams

Tuesday, March 27 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jeff Chimenti / Joe Russo / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams / Warren Haynes

Thursday, March 29 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jeff Chimenti / Joe Russo / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams / Warren Haynes

Friday, March 30 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jaz Sawyer / Jeff Chimenti / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams

Saturday, March 31 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jaz Sawyer / Jeff Chimenti / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams

Sunday, April 1 – Phil Lesh / Grahame Lesh / Jackie Greene / Jaz Sawyer / Jeff Chimenti / Larry Campbell / Teresa Williams

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On February 9, Primus performed a couple of tunes on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon including “Lee Van Cleef” from their most recent album, Green Naugahyde. Check it out:

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Bamboozle 2012 features Blink 182, Bon Jovi and Foo Fighters.

The 2012 Bamboozle lineup is gradually rolling in. Bon JoviFoo Fighters and Blink 182 featured on a leaked flyer yesterday, when Ticketmaster jumped the gun on posting their event listing, with the promotional flyer featured prominently on the page. We now have another handful of artists confirmed for the festival:

Yep – the head honcho of the Jersey Shore clan (sorry, Sitch) will bring his DJ talents to Bamboozle 2012. Wonder where he’ll set up his private smashquarters…?

The festival goes down May 18th-20th, 2012 at Asbury Park in New Jersey. Tickets will cost $65 for Friday passes, $75 apiece for the weekend dates or $190 for a 3-day pass. We’ll keep you posted as more information rolls in.

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Michelle BachmannSeems that The Roots don’t like Michelle Bachmann too much. The other morning on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann was on the show to be interviewed. The most talked about thing after the show was not her interview though, it was what The Roots decided to play as she walked out. As Bachmann walked out from behind the curtain The Roots distinctly broke into the classic Fishbone song, “Lyin’ Ass Bitch.”

The Roots often make sly, witty, and often pretty obscure song choices for the guests of the show. “Lyin’ Ass Bitch” is not a political song and is really about a bad relationship, but I think that this one has to be one of their best song choices yet.