Reed Mathis

Reed Mathis

Illegal States, King Easy

Tue, February 27, 2018

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

The Camel

$10.00 - $12.00

Reed Mathis
Reed Mathis
The mastermind bassist behind Electric Beethoven brings his exciting new project to the Pour House Music Hall. Anything Reed Mathis is involved with is sure to push sonic boundaries, fill the spirit with euphoria and remind audiences of the shear power contained in live music. In the past he has blazed trails in collaboration with Roosevelt Collier, Bill Kreutzmann, Steve Kimock, Tea Leaf Green and Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey. He will be joined by drummer Scott Rager of Tea Leaf Green and guitarist Clay Welch of Electric Beethoven. The trio promises to siphon some of your favorite songs by the likes of the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and more through a kaleidoscope of radically fresh imagination. On top of that, we can assure you that whatever this band touches will be feverishly funky, rich in complex, rhythmic, jazz-infused sensibilities and likely to venture into the realms of jam-rock in ways you've never conceived.
Illegal States
Illegal States
To bring unity through different forms of music

Scott Flynn - trombone, composer
Toby Whitaker - trombone
Gordon Jones - sax
Reginald Chapman - tuba
Steve Presley - tuba
Mark Ingraham - trumpet
Bob Miller - trumpet
Raphael Katchinoff - bass drum
Kelli Strawbridge - snare drum, cymbals
Hector Barez - percussion
King Easy
King Easy
Lost Dreads is a reggae/dub-influenced band from Richmond, VA. The group was put together in 2011 under the original name of Crane Fly by Ryan Rice(Bass) and Kwan Burke(Keys/Trumpet), founding members of the band Crucial Elements (1999-2003). Recruiting Chris Hennessy(Guitar/vox) and Scott Hagen(drums) (2011-2013), who has now been replaced by Mike Sheroshic(drums). The quartet Lost Dreads is a mix of original vocal and instrumental tunes, plus some recognizable covers. We have been opening for different bands and playing around Richmond ever since our start.
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org