Harmony By The Bay 2012 Sept, 29th, Furthur Sept 30
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Harmony by the bay
Where? Shoreline Amphitheater
Harmony By The Bay is indeed an apt name for an event that is built
on passion for art, music, food, yoga, and other artistic pursuits. On
one end, you can go stage-hopping to sing and jam the night away with
the best indie-pop, country, reggae, and other music fusions, in three
separate stages. Over 50 vendors will make a big and dynamic
marketplace that offer their wares and services ranging from
mouth-watering food choice, yoga instructions, and a wide variety of
The music festival is one of the highlights of this event. World
renowned indie artists will lead this amazing music tour de force. The
Shins, an indie-rock band from Albuquerque, New Mexico, will be a treat
for the rock crowd. Jimmy Cliff, one of the forerunners of opening up
reggae music to the world, crossed over to the mainstream with hits
like Sitting in Limbo, You Can Get It If You Really Want, Many
Rivers to Cross, and his covers of Cat Stevens Wild World and Johnny
Nashs I Can See Clearly Now, will definitely be a crowd-drawer.
Kimbra, a soulful indie-pop artist, is one of the most recognizable
artists today. Shes the woman voice included in the worldwide smash
hit Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye.
The Harmony By The Bay Music Festival also features guests
performances by Tegan and Sara, Alison Krauss, Union Station, Beats
Antique, Matisyahu, The Dirty Heads, The Givers, and many more.
Furthur, featuring Bob Weir and Phil Lesh will rock the Shoreline Amphitheatre CA on Sunday, 30th September 2012.
Furthur is a post-Jerry Garcia spin-off the Grateful Dead. In 2009,
former members of the Grateful Dead, Bob Weir and Phil Lesh re-grouped
as Furthur. They are an improvisational jam band or a tribute band,
whose repertoire is taken mostly from the Grateful Deads extensive and
rich songbook. They perform the hits along with rarely or
never-performed-live material of the Grateful Dead; they also include
cover songs from their psychedic era contemporaries such as The Beatles,
The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and many more. Part of their set list
also features their original songs, that have also been included in
their live albums.