April 21st, 2014
SCI is returning to the Georgia Theatre this May. Here’s your chance to win a ticket to the sold out Friday show!
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February 24th, 2014
Here’s the skinny on the shows from this past week in Mexico!
2/20/2014 Hard Rock Hotel – Riviera Maya, Mexico
Margaritaville, Come As You Are, Song In My Head, Mouna Bowa, Look At Where We Are, Missin’ Me > Black Clouds > This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) > Black Clouds
Land’s End > Glory Chords > Can’t Wait Another Day, Miss Brown’s Teahouse, Midnight Moonlight, Sand Dollar, Joyful Sound > EOTO Jam > Just One Story
2/21/2014 Hard Rock Hotel – Riviera Maya, Mexico
Close Your Eyes > Can’t Stop Now, Moonflower, Stay Through > Search, Freedom Jazz Dance, Blackberry Blossom, Outside Inside, Mysterious Ways > Outside Inside
Jellyfish > Rollover > Bumpin’ Reel, Hotel Window, Way Back Home > Late In The Evening > Rollover
Boogie On Reggae Woman
2/22/2014 Hard Rock Hotel – Riviera Maya, Mexico
Joker, Lester, So Far From Home, Lets Go Outside> Birdland, Rolling In my Sweet Baby’s Arms1, Windy Mountain>Desert Dawn
Shake Your Body Down To The Ground2, Rosie, Sirens > So Lonely > Sirens, Black and White, Piece of Mine, Ring of Fire, Restless Wind
Bollymunster, Brown Eyed Girl > Texas
1 with Dierks Bentley, 2 with Jen Hartswick,
Thanks to friendsofcheese.com for the setlists
February 13th, 2014
I am extremely excited to see The String Cheese Incident back east for a 2 set festival appearance at the Delfest bluegrass festival. See you there!
November 14th, 2013
On Friday, November 8th, 2013 two voyagers and a horde of equipment known collectively as EOTO landed in East Tennessee to perform at Knoxville’s NV Nightclub. Before the show, cosmic co-pilots Jason Hann and Michael Travis were kind enough to sit down and share their thoughts on the directions of EOTO, the human species, and everything in between. Of course, their performance was as diverse as the topics covered during our conversation, ranging from down-tempo electronica merged seamlessly with roaring bass grooves, to full-scale tribal drumming at the end. Check out the recording or scroll down for the full-text version of our 30-minute rap.
EOTO Knoxville 2013
Matt: So, continuous evolution seems to be a theme that you guys live by. It sort of seems to be the mantra both for Cheese and EOTO. Is that – or was that – ever a conscious decision? To do that, and sort of say hey let’s continue to propel this thing. Or, are you responding to fan feedback, or is it more of a mirroring of your own personal journeys as human beings?
Michael Travis: All of the above, yeah. I mean like, with Cheese we were always progressing, you know, from the minute we started. We were never settling with where we were at, and always randomly followed whatever we decided was the thing to be doing at the time. And EOTO — same way. EOTO is so easy to modulate because we have no songs or anything to get hung up on or to make it more difficult to reinvent ourselves.
October 11th, 2013
After reviewing Elephant Revival’s last visit to Boston, I was thrilled by the opportunity to interview some members of the band before their recent show in Boston. Jeremy and I sat down with Bonnie (vocals, percussion, musical saw) and Dango (vocals, bass) on a tapestry they graciously offered, and chatted to the tune of their openers, Mike and Ruthy.
The show which followed truly demonstrated the growth the band has seen over the course of just one year – the venue and their audience were both larger this time around, and they reflected this with a stage presence that was only topped by…a baby! That’s right, Mike and Ruthy blessed us with the vocals of their darling daughter during the anthem, “Grace of Woman.” Not more than two years old, she clutched onto the microphone and clapped away onstage to the joy of band members and the audience.
Any Bostonians who missed this show had best know better next time, and to those in cities where Elephant Revival is heading for the remainder of their tour – you’ve got a lot to look forward to!
Many thanks to Bonnie, Dango, and their manager Tanya for this interview, and to all the other talented artists who graced the stage!
I was lucky enough to see you perform recently, at the Freshgrass Music Festival in Northampton, MA, where Bonnie played the musical saw. Bonnie, where did you learn to play such an unusual instrument?
Bonnie: My friend Bruce Townshend taught me – we played in a band together with one of my sisters, and he gave me my first musical saw.
August 13th, 2013
You hiked the hills; you camped in the trees; you witnessed the bubbles (and that naked guy); you can make a peacock bird call like a master; you danced yourself silly…now relive the magic with these fun photos.
Photos by Terry Rogers
June 21st, 2013
Many of you are probably already fans of String Cheese Radio on Facebook or follow @SCIRadio on twitter. If you are then you already know that you can get live updates of the currently playing show on twitter and read the latest updates from the world of SCI and beyond on Facebook. If you’re not then what are you waiting for?!
May 6th, 2013
I was poking around on http://livecheese.com and found this amazing show from The Fox Theatre in Redwood City, CA – 12-08-2003. Larry Fox has named this the best show of 2003. Definitely worth checking out.
Download it here
12/08/2003 Fox Theatre – Redwood City, CA
Set 1: Texas > How Mountain Girls Can Love > Round the Wheel, County Road Blues, Good Times Around the Bend, Wake Up > ¡BAM!
Set 2: Valley of the Jig, Jellyfish¹ > Rollover, Blackberry Blossom^ > Riders on the Storm¹ > Eleanor Rigby Jam¹ > All Blues¹, Outside Inside^ > Black Clouds
Encore: Across the Universe², Got What He Wanted, I Wish
² with only Nershi and Kyle
^ unfinishedFirst Time Played: Riders on the Storm (Doors cover), Across the Universe (Beatles cover)