Parker Smith

Parker Smith

"Bald and in the Way" was formed with a deep love of bluegrass music, The Grateful Dead and a shared family history of male pattern baldness. Jerry Garcia had strong bluegrass roots long before he joined The Grateful Dead and continued to play with many acoustic outfits throughout his life.

"Bald and in the Way" draws material from Garcia's several acoustic-leaning side projects (such as "Old and in the Way" where they derived their namesake) as well as timeless Grateful Dead classics. This is a show for casual and hardcore Deadheads, bluegrass aficionados and amateurs, music lovers and everyone in between. Expect tight-harmonies, fast-pickin' and a whole lot of grinnin'!

Come out and see the official debut of "Bald and in the Way" at Eddie's Attic on Sunday, August 4th!

"Bald and in the Way" is...

Scott Glazer
- upright bass
Michael Chesin
- guitar, mandolin
Roger Baldowski
- banjo
Max Godfrey
- fiddle, mandolin
Parker Smith
- guitar

Read more about Jerry's bluegrass roots here: https://gardenandgun.com/articles/jerry-garcias-bluegrass-roots/

Sasha K.A. and Chris E. Peterson open up the show!

Brian Revels

Brian Revels is energy and angst in a comet trail of music that is as perceptive as it is entertaining. He hearkens back to an earlier time, a bygone era when words were true and hearts were strong. His observations of Americana ring with authenticity, with
the rawness of earth, the clarity of rainwater and the depth of the sky.

He’s a wily veteran of the Atlanta, Georgia music scene, a multi-
instrumentalist, a natural-born storyteller with a poetic edge. He helped to build the band City Mouse into a regional force before it was finally time to step out on his own. He’s from folk and blues and country and bluegrass, an alternative to them all and a better man for their influences. The hole he’s worn in his guitar is not as large as the one he’s worn in his heart with the cares of the lives he hopes he can redeem one song at a time.

Be sure you see him now so you can say you knew him when – before the wider world discovers him and lifts him away. His timeless musicality will touch your soul with the drama, and the significance, of love lost and regained, of the human frailty that reduces and yet ennobles each of us.

$8.00 - $12.00

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