Raisinhead at Party on the Patio August 16th - 2018 Waterhole Music Lounge Saranac Lake, NY Outside 6pm - 11pm - FREE SHOW - 21+ Music Starts at 7pm www.saranaclakewaterhole.com #waterholeadk Raisinhead - Jam Band -Albany History In 2001 Rob Beaulieu formed Raisinhead in order to play improvisational music in a live setting. The band consists of former members of The Ominous Seapods, Harvest, The Deadbeats and Fat Albatross, to name a few. Rob was also a member of Loader, Soul Shock and Kim Buckley's recording and touring band for 3 years. Drawing from influences as diverse as The Band, Neil Young, Allman Brothers, Rolling Stones, The Grateful Dead, Frank Zappa, Little Feat, Jazz, Blues, R&B and Gospel music Raisinhead has created it's own organic musical stew with a flare of true Americana. The band is built upon the monster rhythm section of Sean Sullivan (The Deadbeats, Loader, Tapestry, JBP) and Gary “G7” Nowik (Fat Albatross, Prey For Rain, Red Clay, Geo & The Komrades), the singing talents of Ted Grey (Harvest) as well as the swirling organ sounds of Brian Mangini (Ominous Seapods) and Rob Beaulieu. Of course, we can’t forget the man behind the mix, Jason Townley, aka ( hoon, Undertaper ). Raisinhead is a three-singer band giving the audience a constantly changing vocal perspective tune by tune. The diverse background, joy of performing and decades of experience of the members is what gives the band its high energy sound that is unique and fresh every night. Raisinhead has built a strong following in Upstate NY and the Northeast that promises audiences an interactive evening of sound, energy and pure fun. Raisinhead is at its best on stage, under the lights doing their thing and creating an “experience” that you won’t forget anytime soonat Waterhole
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