String Cheese Radio Features

Railroad Earth – 1/29/2016 – Review and Photos

February 4th, 2016
By Cassandra Perez "Mama Cass"

Railroad Earth 1/29/16 The Vogue­ Indianapolis, IN

The one and only Cornmeal kicked things off for our boys at The Vogue theatre in Indianapolis last Friday night. It mellowed down quite a bit after Cornmeal for the first set. Andrew Altman (Bass) was on stand up, along with John Skehan on the mandolin. They busted out some long jams toward the end of the first set, grooving out for quite some time, strobe lights so strong you couldn’t see, only the silhouettes of the people around you and the backdrop lights on stage flickering psychedelically. The first set ended in such a melodic state, we weren’t ready for it to end! (The sound in The Vogue is best upstairs, right side where you can enjoy a drink in the seating on the rail with no one standing in front of you­ my favorite spot to watch the show, production and hear the excellent acoustics.)


They switched it up a bit for the second set, Andrew Altman on electric bass and John Skehan switched to keys and one of his many instruments, including the Bouzouki and mandolin. At one point Skehan and Andy Goessling, another multi-instrumentalist, were shredding the mandolins simultaneously. Andy Goessling on the banjo is a sight to see as well! Tim Carbone was feeling this set we could tell with his many funny facial expressions. The crowd got Todd Sheaffer laughing and making intense eye contact with fans. The guys had a great time you could tell. Tim Carbone came out to talk to the fans afterward as usual; what a nice guy! That was a hell of an evening with Railroad Earth.

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String Cheese Incident – 1/2/2016 – Review and Photos

January 13th, 2016
By Cassandra Perez "Mama Cass"


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Before the show that night, VIPs were gifted a private mini acoustic set before the show started in the VIP lounge. Keith was on his upright bass, Kang on his mandolin and Jason on his drum box. They played “Old Train”, “Chili Dawg”, “Deep Elem Blues,” The Beatles’ “I’ve Just Seen A Face”, “Sand Dollar” and finally “White Freightliner Blues.” Wow is all I can say…

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String Cheese Incident – 1/1/2016 – Review and Photos

January 12th, 2016
By Cassandra Perez "Mama Cass"

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As everyone scavenged to find some 3D glasses from the night before, the show kicked off with a beloved 15 minute “‘Round The Wheel.” Then “100 Year Flood” was played and we were reminded of flood relief victims in North Carolina which affected some of Billy’s immediate family. Next we heard a song that has never been played called “Travis,” which is an improvisational song with Michael Travis on the vocals. This song took us to another dimension, with it’s eery, yet beautiful lyrics, kind of similar to last New Years’ “I’m Still Here” that Michael Travis also sings and wrote, which we haven’t heard since. Next was “45th of November,” written with Robert Hunter, who also wrote a lot of Grateful Dead songs. This was a very emotional song for many fans, as it was sang very heartfelt by Kyle that night, bringing tears to many eyes, not to mention the sick nasty jam at the end that cleared the tears away and brought us into a magical realm that String Cheese jams often do. Finally, “Birdland > Flying Home Jam > Birdland” was the perfect ending to a perfect set. “Flying Home Jam” is usually sandwiched between “Birdland,” but somehow it was like it was the first time; it was just THAT good! This set blew everyone out of the water and was deemed a lot of fans’ favorite set of the weekend, giving us those classic cheesy songs that we were longing to hear after a super intense first night.

Set 2 was also super queso fuego, giving us classics we were dying to hear! Read more…

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String Cheese Incident – New Years 12/31/2015 – Review and Photos

January 11th, 2016
By Cassandra Perez "Mama Cass"

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It was a mild winter in Broomfield this year, so standing in line for a good spot was not as intense as last year! Upon entering the First Bank Center, each of us were given a pair of 3D SCI glasses for the show, something they’ve never done before! The theme for the night was “sparkles,” so everyone was equipped with their best, shiny gear.They opened with an unfinished Just One Story, busting into a twangy “Rollin’ In My Sweet Baby’s Arms.” Then, just when we least expected it, “Bolly Munster” exploded the whole place with Jason sounding super trippy on the vocals. “Look At Where We Are” settled things down a bit with some funky basslines from Keith and ending the first set with a seriously nasty “Dirk.”

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Hulaween 2015 – Photos

November 8th, 2015
By Terry "Chez" Rogers


Relive the magic and memories of Suwannee Hulaween 2015! Read more…

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Top Things to Look Forward to at Hulaween

October 14th, 2015
By Terry "Chez" Rogers

Hulaween is just over two weeks away!  In case you’re not excited enough already, or in case you’re on the fence about going, here’s a few things a group of vets are most excited about in 2015, with a look back at the past two years. Read more…

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Rhythm of the Road: Volume 2, Live in Las Vegas

September 24th, 2015
By Jeremy Lach

SCI Rhythm of the Road Vol 2

The String Cheese Incident is thrilled to announce the release of Rhythm of the Road: Volume 2, Live In Las Vegas – the second installment of SCI’s live archival series that highlights the band’s most celebrated concerts with re-mastered limited edition releases.  The three-disc set will be released on October 9, 2015 on SCI Fidelity Records. Fans can get a taste of this special release exclusively today on JamBase, who is premiering the track “Got What He Wanted.”  Listen HERE.

The String Cheese Incident were in the middle of their 2001 coast-to-coast summer tour when they pulled into Las Vegas for the band’s first ever, “Sin City Incidents.” Touring in support of the band’s new studio album “Outside Inside,” and a couple days after the live Austin City Limits TV taping, the band settled into the Aladdin Theatre in July 2001 for two incredible late-night Incidents. Rhythm of the Road: Volume 2, Live In Las Vegas features the best moments of that two night run and includes fan favorites such as “San José” and “Howard,” as well as rare bust-outs like “SKAT” and more. The audio has been completely re-mixed and re-mastered, creating a listening experience that all SCI fans will enjoy.

 “We are excited to be releasing the second installment of our Rhythm of the Road live series,” said bass player Keith Moseley.  “It’s always fun to listen back through the archives and find old shows that we consider to be important shows in our band’s history. Las Vegas is always a big party and these shows in 2001 were no different.  It was July in Vegas so it was really hot.  Everyone was really going for it musically, stretching out some long jams during these late night shows.  This compilation features some songs we’ve never really officially released like ‘Dirk,’ ‘Cedar Laurels,’ ‘Howard,’ ‘Windy Mountain,’ ‘Turn This Around’ and many others.  We are real proud of it.”

Pre-orders for album are available now through the official SCI online store: Those who pre-order the album will automatically be entered to win one of several prizes – one hundred people will be randomly selected to receive a signed copy Rhythm of the Road: Volume 2, Live In Las Vegas.  Ten second prize winners will receive free MP3 downloads of every Las Vegas show that is available on, five first prize winners will receive the MP3’s as well as the official Aladdin Theatre show poster from 2001 signed by the band.  One grand prize winner will win a pair of tickets to all three SCI NYE shows in Colorado as well as the MP3’s and signed poster.

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Radio down temporarily

August 6th, 2015
By Jeremy Lach

Unfortunately, the pc that powers SCI Radio is having hardware troubles.  The radio stream will be down until I can troubleshoot and repair the computer.  Sorry for the inconvenience, I hope to have this fixed soon.

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String Cheese Incident – Red Rocks 2015 – Photos

July 30th, 2015
By Jeremy Lach

Michael Kang - String Cheese Incident Red Rocks 2015

Another 3 nights with The String Cheese Incident at the one and only Red Rocks Amphitheater has come and gone. With these shows came the 30th night at Red Rocks for the band and left the hometown crowd pumped up and ready for more music at the Hometown Throwdown – First Bank Center in Broomfield, CO for New Years Eve.  Relive some of the magic with these photos from the run.  Thanks to the band, opening acts, SCI Fidelity, Madison House and all others involved in making these shows a real heaven on earth.

All photos by Emily Takacs

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Delfest 2015 – Review & Photos

June 3rd, 2015
By Jeremy Lach

Delfest Campgrounds

This was my third Delfest (May 21-24, 2015) and it proved to be just as soul satisfying as in previous years.  The festival grounds, at the Allegany County Fairgrounds in Cumberland, MD are bordered by the Potomac River and just beyond are the towering cliffs of West Virginia covered in green.  The huge cliffs reflect sound from the mainstage so that music can be heard far out into the campgrounds.  It’s the most gorgeous Read more…

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