Holding court at the Psychedelic Era Reunion Party
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum threw a kick off party at "The Fillmore" for an in depth exhibit examining the Psychedelic Era 1965-1969.
Tonight was like much like a High School reunion except for the music, which was much, much better. Legends took the stage:
- Big Brother and the Holding Company
(lead vocalist Lisa Battle)
- Sons of Champlin with Nick Gravenites
- Country Joe McDonald
- It's a Beautiful Day (violinist David LaFlamme)
- Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead led a jam with Gary Duncan of Quicksilver Messenger Service, Mike Wilhelm of the Charlatans, Darby Slick of the Great Society and members of Sly and the Family Stone, Santana, Paul Butterfield Blues Band etc.