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The Dude of Life Band with Lunar Ticks

Ages 21 and up
Saturday, June 11
Doors: 7pm // Show: 9pm
$18.50


THE DUDE OF LIFE BAND

The Dude of Life Band is a five-person, genre-bending group led by the Dude of Life (aka Steve Pollak). For several decades, The Dude’s been writing songs in an ongoing collaboration with Phish and first teamed up with Phish’s frontman Trey Anastasio while the two were in high school. The Dude wrote lyrics for a number of Phish’s most beloved songs, including Fluffhead, Run Like an Antelope, and Suzy Greenberg, and released the album Crimes of the Mind, recorded with Phish for Elektra Records, in 1994. In recent years, The Dude’s developed a more refined sound. A recent burst of creativity has yielded an album’s worth of new material which was recently recorded by producer Bryce Goggin. The Dude of Life Band is Steve Pollak on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Fred Scholl on lead guitar, Charlie de Saint Phalle on bass, Doug Schneider on drums, plus special guest Jon “Bevo” Liebowtiz of God Street Wine on keyboard.


LUNAR TICKS

Lunar Ticks are an eclectic Improvisational/Alternative Rock band from Chicago, IL.

The band is influenced by the songwriting and studio experimentation of 90’s and 2000’s innovative Alternative/Indie rock bands like Wilco, My Morning Jacket, The Flaming Lips, Ween, Arcade Fire, Pavement, and Dr. Dog, and fuses it with genre-bending, progressive musicality, and exploratory improvisations in the vein of The Grateful Dead, Phish, and Umphrey’s McGee.

Lunar Ticks are equally at home on a bill with a folk singer, punk band, free jazz ensemble, you name it. Each setlist is formed from their diverse and expansive song list of originals and covers; debuting new material at almost every show. Extended improvisational passages can turn on a dime or meditate and unfurl in unexpected ways. Lunar Ticks aim to create a unique and memorable experience every time they pick up their instruments

This show is 21+.