If asked to name a New England-based jamband, most people would immediately mention Phish, but Connecticut’s own Max Creek have been producing their own unique psychedelically influenced blues/roots/country/rock mix since 1971. Perhaps not quite as popular as they were during their heyday in the late 1980s and early 90s, Max Creek retain a loyal following and are worth checking out by potential new fans.
The band is hitting the road in upcoming weeks with a couple of New England shows (including a date at the legendary Toad’s Place club in New Haven, where the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan have played), as well as a three-show stint in Denver and a 42nd-anniversary show in Port Chester featuring an acoustic set and two full electric sets. More information about tickets and venues is available here.
SPRING TOUR DATES
Friday, March 29 – New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place
Saturday, March 30 - Tupelo Music Hall – White River Junction, VT
Thursday, April 18 - Quixote's – Denver, CO
Friday, April 19 – Quixote’s – Denver, CO
Saturday, April 20 – Quixote’s – Denver, CO
Saturday, April 27 – Max Creek 42nd Anniversary at The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY