Pete Sears is a mem­ber of Moon­al­ice.

Moon­al­ice is a psy­che­del­ic, roots-rock band of sea­soned musi­cians mix­ing a vari­ety of gen­res with extend­ed musi­cal impro­vi­sa­tions that evoke a sense of adven­ture and explo­ration. Every­one is a part of the expe­ri­ence and the music inspires danc­ing and oth­er acts of self expres­sion. Every show has an orig­i­nal art poster cre­at­ed by a well-known artist memo­ri­al­iz­ing that event and giv­en to all attendees…each poster has its own Moon­al­ice leg­end. All con­certs are broad­cast­ed live in HD and avail­able in archive short­ly after their set.

Moon­al­ice plays most­ly orig­i­nal mate­r­i­al mixed with sev­er­al cov­ers, and dur­ing their extend­ed freeform jams the band moves as one, draw­ing from many musi­cal gen­res honed from years of expe­ri­ence play­ing with var­i­ous major acts. Their sin­gle “It’s 4:20 Some­where” has been down­loaded over 5 mil­lion times. Just released: 420 Gath­er­ing of the Tribe by Jay Blakes­berg and Alex Fis­ch­er – a short film about the Moon­al­ice posters and poster artists: Social media: near­ly 350,000 on Face­book & over 67,000 on Twit­ter. Their exten­sive tour sched­ule and videos of every Moon­al­ice show can be seen at and every show poster with leg­ends can be viewed at


John Molo: Drums, Vocals. (Bruce Horns­by & The Range, John Foger­ty, Phil Lesh & Friends, The Oth­er Ones, David Nel­son Band).

Bar­ry Sless: Lead Gui­tar, Ped­al Steel Gui­tar, Bass. (Phil Lesh & Friends, David Nel­son Band, King­fish, Cow­boy Jazz).

Roger McNamee: Rhythm Gui­tar, Vocals, Bass. (Guff, The Engi­neers, Ran­dom Axes, Fly­ing Oth­er Brothers)

Pete Sears: Bass, Key­boards, Gui­tar, Vocals (Sam Gopal Dream, Rod Stew­art, Jef­fer­son Star­ship, Jer­ry Gar­cia, Hot Tuna, John Lee Hook­er, David Nel­son Band, Phil Lesh & Friends).

Big Steve Parish: Road Scholar/Medicine Man/Storyteller. (Grate­ful Dead crew for 26 years, co-founder of Jer­ry Gar­cia Band)

Fun facts

  • Moonalice’s first show was in May, 2007.
  • Moonalice’s sin­gle, “It’s 4:20 Some­where” has been down­loaded more than 5 mil­lion times.
  • Moon­al­ice has a web­site for it’s poster series

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