Grateful Dead Drummer Mickey Hart, His Band & His Brain at House of Blues
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The last date listed for Mickey Hart Band was Monday September 9, 2013 / 7:30pm (Doors Open at 6:30pm).
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Featured review from maisry
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Somehow, Goldstar offered comp tickets to a $39 event, so I grabbed one. The music was great. Two lead singers did very nice vocals on about half the pieces. The only negative I have is that Mickey fiddled with equipment almost as much as he played drums. This equipment must have had something to do with his performance, but I could not hear the effects. Sometimes the band would have to noodle and mark time until he gave the go-ahead to start a song. There was already a sound guy right there on stage and another technician adjusting things througout, so it couldn't be that Mickey was just a control freak. I would be very interested in learning what all that gear was!