Electric Garden @ Flea Off Market

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Electric Garden 7pm at Flea Off Market
Musician/Band · Louisville, Kentucky
Electric Garden is a Rock’N’Roll Jamband from Louisville, KY. We are heavily influenced by the Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers Band and jazz fusion groups.
Electric Garden is a funkadelic delight hailing from Louisville, KY. Formed in October 2015, this five piece band began by pursuing their abundant devotion to the tunes of the Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers Band, Jerry Garcia Band, among others, and have since speared the local jam-band scene with their heavy funk and R&B influences. Do not expect to stay seated at one of their shows – these guys are known to keep the dance floor packed until closing time. Longtime bandmates, AJ Clements (Lead Vocals, Guitar) and Will Husband (Lead Guitar, Vocals), picked up the rhythm section, Keith Sampson (Bass) and George Greene (Drums), in late September 2015. Sampson and Greene introduced Chris Grzech (Keys) to the group in late October 2015 and the voltage was instantaneous. Alongside local entrepreneur and proprietor of the Monkey Wrench, Dennie Humphrey, Electric Garden birthed Grateville Thursdays and are excited to be a part of Humphrey’s annual Grateville Dead Festival. They regularly grace the stage of many Louisville staples, including the Hideaway Saloon, Headliners Music Hall, Time & Space, the Monkey Wrench, and are thrilled to be a part of the Terrapin Hill Farm festival series. Electric Garden is presently building a repertoire of original works to add to their crowd pleasing covers.
Call (502) 321-8736
@ElectricGardenBand
electricgardenbooking@gmail.com
http://www.electricgardenmusic.com
Band Members
AJ Clements – Guitar/Vocals
Chris Grzech – Keyboards
George Greene – Drums
Keith Sampson – Bass
Will Husband – Lead Guitar/Vocals
Zach Williamson – Percussion/Vocals
Current Location
Louisville, KY
General Manager
Chris “Bill Graham” Doerr
Booking agent
For all booking inquiries, please contact us at electricgardenbooking@gmail.com

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