The State Journal reviews The Garcia Project from the 4-20-13 show in Oneonta, NY

We were happy to be featured in the STATE TIMES student newspaper in Oneonta, NY: 

“The Garcia Project Breathes Life into Jerry Garcia’s Tunes…The vocalist on Saturday did a spot on job and transported the Theatre’s crowd to a dusky night in the 1970s.” – Alex Fredkin, Arts Editor – The State Times

Link to the article here:


The Garcia Project Returns Home to Saratoga Springs on November 30

The Garcia Project, based out of Saratoga Springs, is returning home after performing their shows all over the Northern East Coast. We will be performing at The Putnam Den in Saratoga Springs on November 30th. Tickets are available for $10 pre-order, $15 at the door and $20 for under 21. Ticket link [ here ].

Recently, The Garcia Project has been performing recreations of actual Jerry Garcia Band set lists from the long lists of classic shows. On 11-9-13, The Garcia Project recreated the Jerry Band’s famous show from Hampton, VA on 11-9-91. The recreated a beautiful show from 11-16-77 at Mexicali Live on 11-16-13. This particular 1977 show was one that no recordings have been found for. The Garcia Projects recording of this show is available for free for fans { here }.

On Saturday, November 30, 2013, The Garcia Project will again create another classic Jerry Garcia Band show from the 70’s, 80’s or 90’s. Which one will it be? Come and find out! RSVP on Facebook [ here ].

This event is now also a Strangers Helping Strangers food drive event too. So, please bring a non-perishable food, toiletry, feminine or personal hygiene, or baby product donation for those in need in this community.

The Garcia Project Rings In The NEW YEAR At The Historic Oneonta Theatre!

Save the date! The Garcia Project will recreate a very special Jerry Garcia Band show at the historic Oneonta Theatre on December 31, 2013. The doors will open around 8:30 pm and the show starts at 9:30 pm.

Tickets will be limited and available first come first serve at only $25. ALL AGES SHOW!!!!

The ticket price includes a champagne toast at midnight, drink specials and a free food buffet all night long! Room specials will be available soon too!

Check back often for the ticket link to pre-purchase!



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Zen Tricksters’ Tom Circosta and Klyph Black join forces with The Garcia Project in Teaneck, NJ at Mexicali Live on November 16th, 2013

Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia Band fans are in for a SPECIAL treat on Saturday, November 16th. Tom Circosta and Klyph Black from the legendary ZEN TRICKSTERS will join up with The Garcia Project for a night of musical bliss!

Mexical Live, one of New Jersey’s premier music venues, is hosting the night with dinner and drinks starting at 6 pm. At 8 pm, the music starts with Tom, Klyph, Mik and Kat (from The Garcia Project) performing a special acoustic Grateful Dead set featuring songs from the Grateful Dead.

Then at 9:45, The full electric Garcia Project will take the stage and perform a full Jerry Garcia Band show playing one of the historic Jerry Garcia Band setlist from the 70’s, 80’s or 90’s. You will never know what set they play unless you can figure it out by the songs selection, style, or what guitar Mik happens to be playing! Two full Jerry Garcia Band sets from an actual JGB show!

After that, Tom and Klyph will join the Garcia Project as “The Grateful” and perform a rolicking electric Grateful Dead consisting of some fun and familiar tunes!

This is sure to be a night of magic and musical exploration…Come one, come all!

Strangers Helping Strangers is coming back to Mexicali Live to host another food drive with The Garcia Project.

Please bring a non-perishable food, toiletry, feminine or personal hygiene, or baby product (diapers, foods, wipes, etc…) donation to help those in need in this community through Central Food Banks in NJ –

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Facebook Invitation here:

Great times at South Shore Music Hall in Quincy, MA

We had a great time at our first outting in Quincy. Awesome staff, great sound and lights and a nice big room. We cant wait to go back in the spring!

Resin Ed opened up the show with some great GD tunes with his own original take on them. Joe Merrick played in between our sets and entertained the crowd with some beautiful acoustic songs.

Here is our set list and some pictures and videos… 

Set 1 That’s What Love WMYD, Stop That Train, Dear Prudence, Tough Mama, Mission In The Rain, And it Stoned Me

Set 2 Cats Under The Stars, Breadbox, Lonesome, Don’t Let Go, Midnight Moonlight, Ramble on Rose

Encore Run For The Roses