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Bob Weir and RatDog at the Smith
Bob Weir and RatDog at the Smith Opera House Copyright 2006 WEOS, Geneva
Bob Weir and RatDog at the Smith Bob Weir of RatDog
A Side Project is now the headliner RatDog to play the Smith (WEOS interview) RatDog, also known as Bob Weir and RatDog, is an American rock band. The group began as a side project for Grateful Dead rhythm guitarist Bob Weir . Since that beginning in 1995, RatDog has undergone many changes, both in personnel and musical approach. It has evolved from a blues revue into a musical fusion of backgrounds and talents; complex, energetic, and adventurous. The members are no longer a supporting cast for front man Bob Weir. Rather, the band is a full time, full force powerhouse, capable of taking music fans to new and mystical places every night. Now composed of original members Bob and Jay Lane-drums, they are joined by Jeff Chimenti- keyboards, Mark Karan-guitar, Kenny Brooks-saxophone, and Robin Sylvester-bass, RatDog has truly come into its own. RatDog plays the Smith Opera House in Geneva on October 30th, 2006