Friday’s Leftovers: Jam Cruise 8 Lineup

STS9, the return of The Word and Zappa Plays Zappa top the lineup for this year’s Jam Cruise. Jam Cruise 8 sets sail from Ft. Lauderdale on January 3, 2010 and makes stops in Ocho Rios, Jamaica and George Town, Cayman Islands aboard the MSC Poesia. The public on-sale for Jam Cruise 8 starts June 4 at 12:00pm ET. Here’s the complete initial list of bands…

STS9 • The Word feat. John Medeski, North Mississippi Allstars & Robert Randolph • Zappa plays Zappa • Galactic • Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe • Maceo Parker • Dark Star Orchestra • JJ Grey & Mofro • Railroad Earth • Steve Kimock’s Crazy Engine • Lotus • Fantastic 4 feat. Robert Walter, Adam Deitch, Eric Krasno & Cheme Gastelum • Toubab Krewe • Eric Krasno & Chapter 2 • The Motet plays the Talking Heads • Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue • Hot Buttered Rum • John Brown’s Body • Kyle Hollingsworth Band • Mike Dillon’s Go Go Jungle • The Mother Hips • Break Science feat. Adam Deitch • Dragon Smoke feat. Robert Mecurio, Ivan Neviile, Stanton Moore & Eric Lindell • Johnny Sketch & The Dirty Notes • George Porter Jr’s Super Jam • DJ Logic • Pretty Lights • Special Guests: Col. Bruce Hampton • Skerik • Will Bernard

Now, let’s hit the links one last time this week…

Finally, Vocalist Sammy Hagar has performed with many legendary guitarists including Eddie Van Halen, Ted Nugent and Ronnie Montrose, but he told the Reno Gazette Journal that Joe Satriani stands out as the best guitar player he’s ever played with. Sammy’s apparently insane. Hagar and Satriani are about to embark on a  tour as Chickenfoot along with former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith.

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  1. just an add on. Looks like Lucero is going to be on a new MTV show
    New York, April 30, 2009 – Today, MTV, AT&T* and Craig Brewer, the director of the Academy Award winning movie “Hustle and Flow,” have announced that “$5 Cover,” a groundbreaking, multiplatform new effort by Brewer and MTV New Media to document the modern Memphis music scene, will premiere on TV on Friday, May 1, with content also accessible online and via mobile phones in the coming weeks. By combining Brewer’s expert storytelling with the content distribution savvy of MTV and AT&T, “$5 Cover” gives music fans “anytime, any way” access to an insider’s look at what’s happening today in a city rich with musical history.

    The centerpiece is a 15-episode series shot in Brewer’s signature style that follows the professional and personal lives of some of the city’s up-and-coming musical acts. Each episode contains a live performance, recording session or other musical component that is seamlessly integrated into the drama. AT&T will present the inaugural “$5 Cover: Memphis” series, which premieres on MTV and on May 1, with new episodes airing at midnight on Friday nights. MySpace will also host exclusive content and promotion for the series across various areas of the site.

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