Dance your face right off your head

Staff writer
February 28, 2014 01:00 AM

If you're looking for some post-Olympic activities to get you into spring, head over to the Robert's Creek Legion this Saturday, March 1 for the Walk-on Dead, an improvisational rock band interpreting the Americana tradition via The Dead, Neil Young, Dylan and more.

If you're looking for some post-Olympic activities to get you into spring, head to the Roberts Creek Legion this Saturday, March 1, for Walk-on Dead, an improvisational rock band interpreting the Americana tradition via The Dead, Neil Young, Dylan and more.

Be prepared for groovy jams, sonic soundscapes and swirling psychedelia as they start the year with their third visit to the venerable Sunshine Coast venue.

"We're really stoked for our return visit to RC 219," said lead guitarist James Tuer. "We've got a lot of collective experience with this group, veteran players in this genre, and we're ready to roll out the party. We're reaching into the places where this music is appreciated, and the crowds here always make us feel welcome. I wouldn't call us a tribute band, but we are trying to tap into that Americana/jam vibe in some small way."

Tickets are $5 for members, $10 for guests available at the door. Show time is 9:30 p.m. Walk-on Dead are Tuer, Sean Schonfeld (vocals and guitars), drummer Peter Dives, James Sanders on bass and Wayne Slingerland (keys/vocals).

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