Rock N Roll Band
Following the 2005 release of Tea Leaf Green's critically acclaimed album, Taught to be Proud, the band extensively toured North America reminding fans that Rock 'n' Roll never died. After winning the Song of the Year Jammy award for Taught to be Proud's title track, the road warriors plowed forward delivering hair-raising performances night after night to their rabidly increasing fan base. In 2006, the band sold out shows in many major markets including Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, Atlanta, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, New York and most notably the historic Fillmore Auditorium in their hometown of San Francisco, CA. The band's chops have not gone unnoticed by their musical contemporaries as 2006 also found the band opening for the Dave Mathews Band, Trey Anastasia, Government Mule, and Bruce Hornsby. Tea Leaf Green's latest release, Rock 'n' Roll Band, reminds US why we lifted our lighters in the first place and is available separately in CD and DVD formats. The DVD is directed by Justin Kreutzmann, son of the Grateful Dead's Billy Kreutzmann, and was filmed at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado. Justin, who is currently catching footage on tour with the WHO, describes the 97 minute film as Rattle and Hum meets the Last Waltz. The pristine concert audio is mixed in both high resolution uncompressed 24bit stereo and Dolby 5. 1 surround and includes interviews and full song performances.
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