This is the release of the seventh song (of eighteen) from the Full Moonalice album: Live to Love.
Category Archive: News
Jam veterans Barry Sless, Rob Barraco, Pete Sears and John Molo team up with Katie Skene to perform original music, classic Americana and rock n’ roll, blending uninhibited jams, swamp blues, old style twang, traditional roots music, and southern soul into a musical truth that pushes forward the tradition of the California Jam Band movement.
A Message From Pete: I’m giving a bass camp in September of 2018 at my old friend and band-mate, Jorma Kaukonen’s amazing “Fur Peace Ranch Guitar Camp” in southeastern Ohio. If your interested in playing bass Guitar, already play and want to pick up some tips, or just want to be a part of the […]
Be sure to catch California Kind on Fri March 16 at Bob Weir’s intimate Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley. This all-star band feat Rob Barraco (Dark Star Orchestra), Barry Sless (David Nelson Band), John Molo (Bruce Hornsby, Phil Lesh & Friends), Pete Sears (Jefferson Starship, Hot Tuna) & Katie Skene.
From the sage smoke & mists of Marin come your local purveyors of Cosmic Cali country music, playing the dusty country classics of your dream, The Green Leaf Rustlers are Chris Robinson, Greg Loiacono, Barry Sless, John Molo and Pete Sears!
See Pete Sears at the Surrealistic Summer Solstice Jam Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park! FREE concert followed by an epic light show on the Conservatory!
Leftover Nelson pairs Vince Herman from Leftover Salmon, with David Nelson Band members Barry Sless, Pete Sears, John Molo and Mookie Siegel, performing music from both bands while David Nelson heals from his health issues.
On November 25, High Moon Records will issue Terry Dolan’s self-titled album. This record is a long time coming as Dolan recorded it in 1972 and Warner Bros.
Bill DeMain on TeamRock.com writes… In 1972, Terry Dolan made an album with members of the Stones, Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Steve Miller Band and Santana. For some reason, it’s remained unreleased until now…
Pete Sears on Inside Out WTNS — Episode 22
U.K. record Company “Gonzo Media” has released a few of my old Pete Sears solo albums, “Watchfire” (1988), “The Long Haul” (2000), and “Millennium” (2001).
Tickets are on sale now for David Nelson Band late summer/early fall tour dates!
Bass Player: Article by Jimmy Leslie about Live: Pre-Dead at Sweetwater on Thursday focusing on Steve Adams & Pete Sears. http://www.bassplayer.com/artists/1171/bp-presents-pre-dead-moonalice-and-jason-crosby–friends-june-25-at-sweetwater-mill-valley-cawin-tickets/52720
Yeah, this was the first of four Rod Stewart albums I played on way back in 1970. I played piano on “Country Comforts”, and bass on “Cut Across Shorty”. The next album was “Every Picture Tell a Story”…I played piano on that one. I haven’t seen or spoken with Rod since I did his last […]
Just had a fantastic gig playing bass with Dr. John, Sarah Morrow, David Rokeach, Vernon Black, and my old Stoneground band-mate Annie Sampson. What an amazing piano player…and guitar player. I’ve always loved his playing, but live he’s something else. Especially when your interacting with him on stage. All proceeds for this benefit go to […]
David Nelson Band with special guests Moonalice will be touring Oregon June, 2015! June 10, 2015 — Jackson Wellsprings, Ashland, OR June 11, 2015 — Jackson Wellsprings, Ashland, OR June 12, 2015 — Alhambra Theatre, Portland, OR June 13, 2015 — WOW Hall, Eugene, OR
Pete Sears plays the drunk in this haunting music video.
Eugene Rodriguez just posted this beautiful song. In celebration of International Women’s Day — La Fuerza. Photos by Silvia Silvia González de León, Edited by Maureen Gosling. Sung by Fabiola Trujjilo. Composed by Taj Mahal, David Hidalgo and me. #internationalwomensday #portraitphotography #latina Cougar Estrada, Emiliano Rodriguez, Pete Sears (I played piano).
Announcing the Moonalice tour to Utah, Idaho & Wyoming. Apr 2 — The State Room — Salt Lake City, UT Apr 3 — Knotty Pine Supper Club — Victor, ID Apr 4 — Music Under the Tram — Teton Village, Wyoming, WY
1970, Rod Stewart. “Gasoline Alley” My first of four consecutive album’s playing piano and sometimes bass with Rod. I played piano on “Country Comforts”, and bass on “Cut Across Shorty”.