The Capitol Theater & CEG Presents
Dead On Live: "Wall of Sound" Winterland ‘74 w/s/g Doobie Decibel System
Dead On Live pays tribute to the Grateful Dead’s historic “Wall Of Sound” by performing selections from the Dead’s legendary Winterland Ballroom shows of October 1974 and featured in the Grateful Dead Movie and the Steal Your Face release.
DOL, recognized nationally as one of the top acts paying tribute to the music of the Grateful Dead has teamed up with Jason Dermer and Asbury Audio to assemble an awesome, modern-day recreation of the Dead’s famed “Wall Of Sound” stage, complete with speaker stacks, scaffolding, lighting and a custom-made audio design to fill the historic Capitol Theatre.
You’ll hear Phil’s rootless syncopations, Keith’s classic piano parts, and the unique touch and tone of Jerry Garcia as Dead On Live performs such classics as Sugar Magnolia, Eyes Of The World, Truckin’ and more!
Don’t miss this truly unique presentation of this historic era of Grateful Dead’s long and illustrious history, as presented by Dead On Live and Asbury Audio at the Capitol Theatre. Come relive the magic!
As the Dewey Decimal System organizes library materials by discipline or field of study, the Doobie Decibel System throws its diverse musical talents together to create songs and sounds that cross genre and generation.
Doobie Decibel System (DDS) Trio features Jason Crosby, Roger McNamee, and Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz. The three seasoned musicians can be seen touring the country with various projects - Jason Crosby with Phil Lesh, Jenny Lewis, and Jimmy Herring; Roger McNamee with Moonalice: and Lebo with ALO, Jack Johnson, and Steve Kimock. Together the trio is a mighty force!
On any given night, Doobie Decibel System play their original songs, such as “Wrong Side of The Road” by Crosby, “Couple of Puffs” by McNamee, or “Carry On” by Lebo and dip into the rock ‘n’ roll archives, playing a variety of classics from The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and The Grateful Dead. The trio’s distinctive style is heard in every song while they continue to surprise the audience with their improvisations and unique arrangements.