Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons with Special Guest Dan Lebowitz
with PSDSP

Jerry Joseph And The Jackmormons

PSDSP, Dan Lebowitz

All Ages
General Admission.

Jerry Joseph is a prolific and accomplished songwriter, writing hits for Widespread Panic and releasing 30 albums in his 30+ year career; as a solo artist, with the Jackmormons, supergroup Stockholm Syndrome, his burning two-piece The Denmark Veseys, or originally, with his beloved 80s cult band, Little Women.

Joseph is also a relentless live performer, playing over 150 shows a year across the globe. He has toured with Vic Chesnutt, Chris Whitley and Walter Salas-Humara, among others. His recent musical travels include a stint volunteering as a rock school music teacher in Kabul, Afghanistan; touring Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast with the Jackmormons; and solo tours in Ireland, England and France as well as performances in Nicaragua, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Nepal, Lebanon, Germany, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Norway, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Brussels, Czech Republic, Iceland, Mexico, and Israel. Over the years, Joseph and his Jackmormons have shown a penchant for picking a spot on a map, taking over a town, and putting on a festival. Last year, Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons released a live concert DVD, Nicaragua, recorded over three nights just outside of Rivas, Nicaragua.

Joseph was inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame in October 2015. He will be touring in Mexico, Australia and New Zealand this Winter and Spring in addition to the States.

PSDSP (Physical Suicide Deterrent System Project) is an avant-grunge band

originating in West Marin CA. PSDSP combines heavy riffs, melodious, spacey

vocals, surprising lyrics, and virtuosic musicianship for a sound that picks up

where Soundgarden left off and takes it more where Alice Coltrane was

headed. Lead singer and guitarist Eli Carlton-Pearson first conceived of the

band after reading the comically verbose official title of the Golden Gate

Bridge's suicide barrier. Well aware that music had provided him and many

others with a reason to live in otherwise hopeless times, he decided to name

his band after the barrier, in a move that was both tongue-in-cheek and dead

serious. Joined by Erinn Wilkerson on bass and Cole Bailey (of Milk for the

Angry) on drums, PSDSP has become a cult favorite in their native West

Marin, and continues to surprise audiences everywhere with a well-rehearsed

yet improvisational approach to heavy rock and roll.

Venue Information:
Sweetwater Music Hall
19 Corte Madera Avenue
Mill Valley, CA, 94941