Scott Guberman Band
May 2, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The band consists of Scott Guberman, Mark Karan, Peter Lavezzoli, Mike Pascale on bass, and Robin Sylvester.
Scott Guberman has become an outstandingly important member of the Bay Area music scene in between his shows with Phil Lesh, appearing most often at Terrapin Crossroads. Guberman also has a close musical relationship with Stu Allen, performing with him regularly inside and outside of Lesh’s bands.
Scott Guberman’s history finds him breaking into the Grateful Dead scene at the turn of the millennium. He first gained recognition as a Hammond organist performing heavily with Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and former Grateful Dead keyboardist, Tom Constanten; and touring with Grateful Dead’s final keyboardist, Vince Welnick.
Mark Karan is best known for performing with the extended Grateful Dead family. For the last twelve years, he has anchored the lead guitar slot in Bob Weir & RatDog, playing hundreds of shows to thousands of fans year-round. Before crossing over into the land of the Dead, Mark worked his guitar and vocal voodoo for the likes of Dave Mason, Delaney Bramlett, the Rembrandts, Paul Carrack, Huey Lewis, Jesse Colin Young and Sophie B. Hawkins.
Recently Mark has also discovered a real connection to his acoustic side and has been performing regularly at a variety of intimate, acoustic “house concerts” to delighted audiences…
Mike Pascale has been on the road playing bass with Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers, played in the Terrapin Family Band during it’s conception, and has been (and is) a regular house musician at Terrapin Crossroads – Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh’s venue in San Rafael.
Pete “Chef” Lavezzoli, known for his signature style of combining old-school rock and R&B backbeats with a progressive rock and jazz edge, is the touring drummer for Melvin Seals & the Jerry Garcia Band. He has performed with Phil Lesh & Friendsincluding shows with special guest John Mayer;legendary singer-songwriter Peter Rowan; jazz guitarist Randy Bernsen; jazz and rock guitarist Bobby Lee Rodgers (Code Talkers, Colonel Bruce Hampton); and blues guitarist Albert Castiglia(Junior Wells, Sandra Hall), among others.