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Every Tuesday Nikki Armstrong Hosts an Open Blues Jam @ Mexicali.
The night always brings ome great local and national musicians

Every Wednesday RAI Nation Hosts IRIE VIBES our weekly showcase featuring Reggae & Live Organic Hip Hop!

MAY 2005

May 6th

Dude Of Life with guests Radio Galaxy

Dude Of Life’s musical career began at the Taft School in Watertown, CT in 1982. The Dude, with classmate Trey Anastasio, and three other friends decided to put together a Rock band. It was Dude of Life that came up with the moniker “Space Antelope”, and thus the band was named. “Space Antelope” played a few gigs in front of the entire school before the members dispersed due to high school graduation. Both Dude and Trey attended the University of Vermont in the Fall of 1983. Their friendship continued and they participated in all the usual antics of a couple of crazy freshman. They continued jamming together and collaborating on different musical projects. At the same time, the inception of the now legendary band Phish was about to take place. They developed quite a few songs together, many of which remain in the Phish repertoire today. Their time at UVM was rudely interrupted when, under mysterious circumstances, the two were forced to take a semester sabbatical at the request of the Dean of Discipline. Trey went to Goddard College where the line up of Phish was solidified and Dude enrolled at SUNY Purchase in NY where he continued his song-writing pursuits. In the years since, Dude has made quite a few guest appearances at Phish shows. His stage manner, inspired and at times bizarre, is so unpredictable that no one, not even Dude himself, knows what may happen when the spotlight hits. The outrageous stories are so numerous it’s sometimes hard to know where reality ends and the legend begins.

In 1994, Dude released his first solo project “Crimes of The Mind”, with Phish as his band. To date it has sold over 100,000 copies. Since then, he has toured extensively leading a party wherever he goes. He sees his own shows as a celebration of life, and a place to connect with people and reach for new musical heights. In 1999, Dude of Life released his second album, “Under The Sound Umbrella”. The CD features some great playing by members of Phish, The Great Red Shark and a Who’s Who of the Burlington music scene. Today, between tour dates, Dude of Life continues to work on his craft and is hard at work on a new CD

Opening the show is local favorites Radio Galaxy. This is a band on the rise, so come out early and catch what the buzz is about.

9:30pm $10

May 13th

Jounce w/special guests Burgermeat and Jones

Born and raised in the shadows of New York City, Jounce is a fresh, captivating quartet comprised of Joe Ciarallo (drums), Matt DeSteno (guitar), Dan Mallon (rhodes, organ, synths) and Dan Tamberelli (bass).

Spending the last several years honing a sound that includes references to rock, funk, jazz, and modern beat music, Jounce merges these influences with both instrumental and lyrical story telling.

Touring mostly up and down the east coast, the band has appeared on many a bill, including the prestigious 2003 Berkshire Mountain Music Festival (MA), and the 2003 & 04 Great Bamboozle Festival (NJ). These as well as club gigs have seen Jounce alongside acts including the Flaming Lips, the Benevento/Russo Duo, Medeski Martin & Wood, Addison Groove Project, Particle, and others

9:30pm $10

May 14th

Milo Z

The best damn funk band in the city! This unit is comprised of some of the best musicians in NYC, is like a cross between James Brown, Parliament/Funkadellic, and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers.

Milo Z is a band ready to break out, with the release of their third CD 'Sweet N' Nasty' featuring brand new singles geared towards radio, can't help it- shake your body dance/funk grooves, and grab your loved one, slow dance smooth sole. The Music for all emotions.

The band is refined in all aspects. Their array of catchy songs, top-notch musicianship, flashy outfits, dance steps, and stage presence has been noticed, making a massive impression gaining cult followings throughout the East Coast and parts of Europe.

Milo Z's biggest asset is the bands leader and frontman Milo Z himself. Milo was born and raised in the lower east side of Manhattan. At an early age he was exposed to the diverse cultural experiences the City has to offer giving Milo his own unique style, spirit, and attitude that has made him a legitimate frontman. Like James Brown- he orchestrates his band into tight polished grooves, he choreographs dance steps, has singles to cue different rhythmic patterns, changes, and horn hits. Like Mic Jagger and Steven Tyler, Milo dances and struts connecting his attitude, sexuality and sensuality to his audience. His connection with the audience is what is so impressive. The band makes the audience part of the show. 'Make them dance, make them sweat, leave them longing for more.' Is the bands motto. Spending the last few weeks at the house band for the CARSON DALY SHOW. This band is ready to make the room jump

10pm $10

May 20th

Bernie Worrell & The Woo Warriors

As a producer, arranger and performer, Bernie Worrell has worked with dozens of artists, including Herb Alpert, Bill Laswell, Bootsy Collins, Black Uhuru, Keith Richards, Sly & Robbie and the Pretenders.

He performed as a member of Talking Heads, and appears in their unique concert film "Stop Making Sense." Worrell is able to incorporate a wide variety of musical styles and structures within his arrangements. In 1997, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Worrell is best known as one of the architects of the modern funk genre. His work with George Clinton, and related groups Parliament and Funkadelic, spawned such legendary releases as Mothership Connection, Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein and One Nation Under a Groove.

9:30pm $15

May 27th


LIVE.PROGRESSIVE.BACKBEAT.HOUSE - The story continues to evolve with Canada’s the New Deal, as they celebrate the seismic collision of live, improvised jamming with the energy and flow of contemporary dance music. Since the band’s formation in 1999 – a self described “beautiful accident” – North American response has been exceptional. Audiences have embraced what is now called the “New Deal Sound”. At the vanguard of a new progressive style, the New Deal has become a live touring phenomenon. They have appeared at Bonnaroo, Jazz Fest New Orleans, the Coachella Festival, Street Scene in San Diego, Berkfest and the Detroit Electronic Music Festival to name just a few. They have headlined over 400 shows in the past 4 years. The New Deal inspires audiences of all kinds, from packed dance clubs across North America, to spellbound receptions during opening tours with Herbie Hancock or Page McConnel from Phish. The New Deal’s second studio release complements their catalogue of 3 live releases. Their sophomore studio recording, entitled “Gone Gone Gone”, explores the nuances of tempo, melody and thematic repetition for which the band is so well known. And for the first time ever, the band has invited guest vocalists Feist and Martina Sorbara to add new texture to their musical offering.

Unique, unforgettable and completely original – the New Deal has captured the attention music audiences throughout North America. Their latest studio release will bring the band’s celebrated sound to an even larger audience.

10pm $20






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