On the Bus, Eat Yer Meat (Pink Floyd Tribute), Hayley Jane and the Primates – Tickets – Gypsy Sally’s – Washington, DC – February 24th, 2017

On the Bus, Eat Yer Meat (Pink Floyd Tribute), Hayley Jane and the Primates

Gypsy Sally's Presents

On the Bus, Eat Yer Meat (Pink Floyd Tribute), Hayley Jane and the Primates

Fri, February 24, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

Advance $12/ Day of Show $14 + Fees

This event is 21 and over

Online sales stop at 5pm day of show then tickets are available at door unless posted as sold out.

On the Bus
On the Bus
On The Bus is the premier Grateful Dead tribute band in the Washington, D.C area, known for its faithful recreation of the music, vibe and experience of a Grateful Dead show. On The Bus is not just a tribute to the Dead, but a tribute to the musical environment that spawned a multi-generational genre that artfully blends the essential elements of rock, blues, jazz, funk, country, bluegrass, and soul.
The group was formed in early 2002 and performed in the area as a three-piece band for the first 4 years. The late Vince Welnick of the Grateful Dead commented on the trio saying "They're something you gotta see!" As the band's mission grew to embrace the idea of being as "Dead-like" as possible, the band expanded to the current 5 members. On The Bus plays clubs, parties and regional festivals, and has shared the stage with Jefferson Starship, Vince Welnick, John Kadlecik, Cornmeal, Ekoostic Hookah, and many other regional and national acts. The band is a proud member of the Rex Foundation Travelling Caravan, the Grateful Dead's charity founded by Jerry Garcia. On the Bus plays an annual social on Capitol Hill for Senator Patrick Leahy from Vermont, and has made many local weddings and private parties Grateful events to remember. Come join the party!
Eat Yer Meat (Pink Floyd Tribute)
Eat Yer Meat (Pink Floyd Tribute)
Featuring members of DC/Baltimore acts ELM, Moogatu, Psycho Killers, Second Self, and B Side Shuffle, Eat Yer Meat puts its own spin on Pink Floyd classics. In true homage to the masters of psychedelic rock, the group skillfully uses the Floyd catalogue as a jumping off point for energetic and exploratory improvisation, all while preserving the integrity of the original song form. The end result is a sound that’s engaging and new, yet familiar. This ain’t your dad’s Floyd tribute.
Nik Sus (B Side Shuffle) - Guitar / Vocals
Brian Raubacher (Moogatu) - Guitar / Vocals
Jon Brady (ELM / Psycho Killers) - Keyboards
Brian Zupruk (Moogatu) - Bass
Jeff Hunter (Second Self) - Drums
Hayley Jane and The Primates performing Jenny And The Gumps - a Forrest Gump fueled concept show
Hayley Jane and The Primates performing Jenny And The Gumps - a Forrest Gump fueled concept show
Hayley Jane and the Primates deliver a genre-bending sound that is hard to define and a live performance that has started to create a serious buzz in the Northeast. The Primates' music draws inspiration from a variety of styles, including 60s/70s rock and pop, old musical theater, folk, blues, soul, reggae, psychedelic, funk, bluegrass, and country. Their catchy songs have been praised by a wide range of music lovers for successfully combining a diverse sound with clever, over-the-top lyrics and Vaudevillian style storytelling. However you decide to categorize the Primates musically, their on-stage energy, skilled musicianship, theatrics, and group improvisation take you over a landscape of emotion that will leave you wanting more.
Venue Information:
Gypsy Sally's
3401 K Street NW
Washington, DC, 20007
http://www.gypsysallys.com/