Interviews

Grateful Web Interview with Kyle @ Electric Forest

Grateful Web had a few minutes to speak with The String Cheese Incident's Kyle Hollingsworth at this year's Electric Forest.  Kyle touched on the evolution of Electric Forest Festival, String Cheese getting well deserved air time on the radio, and working with Elephant Revival's Bonnie Paine.

GW: How was it to work with Bonnie Paine professionally? I know you guys are neighbors.

Grateful Web Interview with Chad Staehly

Grateful Web recently had the chance to speak with keyboardist and producer Chad Staehly. He’s a member of the rock’n’roll roots group Hard Working Americans.

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Grateful Web Interview with Jamtown

One of the biggest new-music buzzes of the June 2017 edition of the Monterey International Pop Festival was a pioneering performance by Jamtown, a burgeoning venture from three separately renowned musicians – Cisco Adler (from Malibu), G.

Grateful Web Interview with Country Joe McDonald

The fiftieth anniversary of the Summer of Love is among us. Country Joe McDonald’s music was a cornerstone of those times.

Grateful Web Interview with Hawk Semins

Grateful Web recently had an enlightening conversation with Hawk Semins of The Owsley Stanley Foundation.

Grateful Web Interview w/ Mad Tea Party

Recently, we at Grateful Web had the opportunity to chat with Elise Olmstead, the founder of the jam-based musical magazine The Jamwich and The Mad Tea Party Jam. Our conversation focused on The Mad Tea Party Jam, a music festival in Artemas, PA every year. She founded the festival with her husband Taco.

Grateful Web Interview with Grahame Lesh

Dylan Muhlberg of Grateful Web here with guitarist, singer, and songwriter Grahame Lesh, who cofounded Bay Area based folk rock band Midnight North five years ago.

Grateful Web Interview w/ Pat Mastelotto

Pat Mastelotto joined iconic English “Progressive rock” originators King Crimson back in 1994. His years as a stalwart L.A. session drummer brought him to audition with Crimson’s founding guitarist and (undefined) bandleader Robert Fripp. The rest is history. Mastelotto’s diverse style lent itself to their groundbreaking double-trio format which deeply expanded the ensembles live spectrum of possibilities.

Grateful Web Interview w/ Scott Guberman

Scott Guberman has been a professional rock pianist for years now. He’s Deadhead thru and through who first saw the Grateful Dead in the Brent Mydland-era and never looked back. Destiny brought Scott and his wife out to the San Francisco Bay Area to inevitably become an integral part of Terrapin Crossroads musical community.

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