2009. “Moonalice” T‑Bone Burnett produced this CD for us. I played bass and keyboards, and sang on “Kick It Open”, a song I wrote with Jeannette Sears. GE Smith was still in Moonalice at this point…but had to leave soon after to tour with Roger Walters on “The Wall” tour. My old Hot Tuna band-mate […]
Tag Archive: Ann McNamee
2007. Flying Other Brothers. “Estimated Charges”. I played keyboards on this album.
2005. DVD of the Chetfest Show at the GAMH…unfortunately no longer available. Chet had a lot left to give the world; but the waves of spirit, generosity and quite strength that people like Chet send out, will continue for eternity. Its people like Chet who give us hope that the human species won’t self destruct […]
2005. July 29th. Tribute to Chet Helms. Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, California. I spoke with Chet while he was very ill in his hospital bed not long before he passed away. Although he was very concerned about his health, as he had been for quite some time, he was at that point optimistic […]
2004. Spencer Dryden Benefit at Slims: San Francisco: 5/22/04 Benefit organizer Pete Sears goes over the evenings schedule with master of ceremonies Wavy Gravy. I put this benefit together to help Spencer who was having medical problems as well as having had his house burned down. A special thanks to Dawn Holliday and the staff […]
2004. May 22nd. Spencer Dryden Benefit organized by Pete Sears at Slims, San Francisco, CA. Flying Other Brothers onstage with Warren Haynes and Bob Weir. — with Ann Atomic Moonalice, Roger McNamee, James Sanchez, Bob Weir, Warren Haynes Presents: The Christmas Jam, Warren Haynes and Barry Sless.
2002. I first met my good friends in “The Flying Other Brothers” after Roger McNamee had held a private “Not New Years” party at the Fillmore West with Hot Tuna & Bob Weir. I sat in with The Flying Other Brothers that night. Roger and the FOB had hired Hot Tuna as part of Jorma’s […]
2002. The Flying Other Brothers. “52 Week High”. I played keyboards as a special guest on several tracks. Jack Casady & Stacy Parish produced the album at Sy Klopps Studios in San Francisco.