Electric Garden
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Electric Garden

Louisville, Kentucky, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2016 | SELF

Louisville, Kentucky, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2016
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Electric Garden is a funk-based jam band hailing from Louisville, KY. Formed in January 2016, this five piece band began by pursuing their abundant devotion to the tunes of the Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers Band, Jerry Garcia Band, among others, and have since speared the local jam-band scene with their heavy funk and R&B influences. Do not expect to stay seated at one of their shows - these guys are known to keep the dance floor packed until closing time. Longtime bandmates, AJ Clements (Lead Vocals, Guitar) and Will Husband (Lead Guitar, Vocals), picked up the rhythm section, Keith Sampson (Bass) and George Greene (Drums), in late September 2015. Sampson and Greene introduced Chris Grzech (Keys) to the group in late January 2016 and the voltage was instantaneous. Alongside local entrepreneur and proprietor of the late Monkey Wrench, Dennie Humphrey, Electric Garden hosted Grateville Thursdays throughout 2016 headlined the 2016 & 2017 Grateville Dead Festival at Waterfront Park in Louisville, KY. After a year of heavily exposing themselves to the regional market, they have garnered a great deal of attention, notably as support for Jimmy Herring & the Invisible Whip (of Widespread Panic, Aquarium Rescue Unit), Friday night closers of the Seven Sense Festival, Saturday night closers of PeteFest 2017, festival closers at the Supermoon Music & Arts Festival, and featured artists at the 2016 & 2017 Terrapin Hill Harvest Festival. Electric Garden is actively slaving away in the studio with their engineer, Casey Powell, in anticipation of their forthcoming album, featuring original tracks such as, "Dr. Uncle" (Greene, Husband), "Road to Nowhere" (Sampson, Clements), and "Old Soul" (Greene). 

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