Whose Cat Is Dead With Bound For Glory 2.0

Lee's Palace, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto

Since the sold out show at the Rivoli, on December 21st, many of you have asked for a repeat performance of Whose Cat Is Dead and Bound For Glory. Well, ask and you shall receive!

We felt bad that so many of you weren't able to attend last time due to the limited number of tickets so we've switched to a larger venue. But please don't delay. Let's get everyone out to this show. Select either general admission advance tickets or the Hamilton bus package. Help us spread the word and get your tickets now!

*Special thanks to the great Dave Kloc for the cool poster.

Whose Cat Is Dead - Interpreting The Vast Catalog of The Grateful Dead

The veteran musicians that make up Whose Cat Is Dead are consistently turning "heads" within the jam community.

This group are as dedicated to exploring new ideas and approaches to these classic songs as they are to creating musical Jerry-isms. The combination is potent, entertaining, and a treat for live music lovers. With a driving, powerful rhythm section, soaring keys, 2 very different guitar styles, and some of the best 3-part harmonies in the business, this crew are quickly gaining fans new and old.

Adam Bernstein - Drums and Vocals Rich Grossman - Guitar and Vocals Kimberly Manning - Keys and Vocals Mark Thackway - Guitar and Vocals Mikey Vukovich - Bass and Vocals

Bound For Glory - Playing The Music of The Tedeschi Trucks Band

Grammy Award-winning Tedeschi Trucks Band has become one of the most exciting and consistent Blues/Jam-Rock bands on the scene today. Witnessing the combination of Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi, along with their world class band, is a powerful and unforgetable experience.

Don't miss Bound For Glory's live show as they pay tribute to this great band!

Joan Smith – Vocals Mackenzie Jordan - Guitar Kimberly Manning - Keys Sean Steele - Guitar Mikey Vukovich – Bass Adam Bernstein - Drums Dean Harrison - Vocals Jess Oliver - Vocals Thomas Moffett – Trumpet Andrew Moljgun – Sax Tom Richards – Trombone