Father Son Orchestra feat. Rob Barraco and Rob Eaton (Phil Lesh & Friends/Dark Star Orchestra), Robin Sylvester (RatDog), Rob Eaton Jr. and Thomas Barraco w/ The Trevor Jones Band and Special Guests - A Concert to Benefit the Harm Reduction Action Center

Father Son Orchestra feat. Rob Barraco and Rob Eaton (Phil Lesh & Friends/Dark Star Orchestra), Robin Sylvester (RatDog), Rob Eaton Jr. and Thomas Barraco w/ The Trevor Jones Band and Special Guests - A Concert to Benefit the Harm Reduction Action Center

Sat, March 25, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$20 Advance / $20 Day Of Show

This event is 16 and over

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100% of the Proceeds will be donated to the Harm Reduction Action Center.

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Rob Barraco
Rob Barraco
Keyboardist for Dark Star Orchestra
Rob Eaton
Rob Eaton
Rob started playing guitar at the age of 12. His inspiration for playing was hearing Europe '72, the year it came out. His first band "The Peyote Ridge Band" played originals, Dead and others from 1975 till 1980. In 1980 Rob moved to NYC from Vermont to begin a recording career, spending many of those years as a staff engineer with "The Power Station Studios".. Rob's name may be familiar to those in the recording business both professional and the vast Grateful Dead taping world. He has been involved in the Grateful Dead community since the 70's. In 1980 Rob joined up with Border Legion a northern New Jersey Dead band and played with them till 2001 when he joined DSO full time. Rob still does some studio work but his full time passion is DSO.
Robin Sylvester
Robin Sylvester
Robin Sylvester (born 1950 in Hampstead, London) is an English musician, based in San Francisco, who is best known for his ongoing work with RatDog. Although primarily a bass player, he plays several instruments, including the guitar and keyboards, and has done extensive arranging.
The Trevor Jones Band
The Trevor Jones Band
Trevor grew up in Denver, Colorado and lived in New Orleans, Louisiana for 5 years. He's been lucky enough to travel to Mexico, Guatemala, Spain and India among other places around the world to absorb the unlimited musical palette this life has to offer.

TJ believes in deep grooves, strong melodies, community and positivity. When he's not on the in the studio, on-stage, answering phone calls or sending emails you can find him in the kitchen making fresh food with lots of garlic and butter.
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/