Posts Tagged ‘Mickey Hart’

Live: Rhythm Devils @ Northern Lights, 9/2/10

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

Rhythm Devils

Rhythm Devils

Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart had already been playing together for 20 years before Davy Knowles was even born. Yet there was the young Knowles out front leading the band, the former Grateful Dead tandem drummers churned away in the background, providing the rich polyrhythmic foundation for all of that famous tie-dyed noodle-dancing.

Yes, Kreutzmann and Hart may have been the beat, but Knowles was the heart of the Rhythm Devils, as they whipped through a pair of 75-minute sets in Clifton Park. He was the eye of the sonic storm.




Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

After years of playing Drums>Space with the Grateful Dead, drummer Mickey Hart is finally putting the two elements together.

Grateful Dead percussionist and Grammy Award winner Mickey Hart is bringing his “Rhythms Of The Universe” presentation to Nobel Prize winning physicist George F. Smoot‘s conference, “Essential Cosmology for the Next Generation,” in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. The conference – which runs through Friday (January 15) – is being attended by cosmologists and astrophysicists from around the world.


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