These are photos of Fever February 10, 1974 at Winterland in San Francisco CA (Also performing were Uriah Heep, and Manfred Mann's Earth Band.) On January 18, 1975 we performed with the bands, Journey and Yesterday & Today.
Myself with Mike Berman performing at Winterland with the band Fever (This was the first time we performed there.) You can see the back of Daryl Lewandowski's head.
Me performing with Fever (Our first performance at Winterland).
There are, (in addition to my 10 CD's of original songs in current release) quite a few new songs that were written for my solo performances, and charted for the Grateful Band performances as well. These new songs are of a wide range of styles and moods, and tend towards dance music in Jazz, Soul, Funk, Reggae, Caribbean, Cajun and other fun genres. It is Healing music of the highest order, and has to be experienced at our shows. If you want a great healing, come to the shows, and bring someone you love…
Recently, a song I wrote that was recorded back in 1976 resurfaced and was brought to my attention. The performance of it is worth sharing, and I have done that today. The lyrics are worthy as well and I share them here.
Lyrics to "Solar Flowers" by Alex Kash
Fog rolls over the hill on you
Sending signals to see what blew
It’s unclear, from where I stand
I wanna see what the spring will do
Here we all are, drenched in showers
Keeping tabs on our solar flowers
Could I be doing something wrong
I Get …Read more
Yesterday's Grateful Band Concert was especially wonderful. Mother Nature offered especially sunny weather, and two new songs, 'For The Children' and 'Stand My Ground' went over very well. This particular concert was a benefit for children's education about Nature, hence the one new song to emphasize the need and the solution. If you're curious and haven't been to our concerts, give yourself a real treat and show up for our next concert on March 26th, a benefit for Wildflower Distribution. Looking forward…
I recently listened to the song called 'Lucky' and the song called 'Never Say No', and recognized that I had omitted two people who had engineered those basic tracks. For the record, the credit goes to Rick Sanchez and Don Digirolamo for doing a great job of capturing the live band in the studio, as well as the overdubbed guitars and vocals. Thank you both much and I will correct the liner notes if I re-release in the future. I played acoustic guitar and sang, Preston Thrall played drums, Brian Godula…