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35 Railroad Avenue, Westerly, RI 02891 (Misquamicut) | (401) 315-5070

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09 July

Mystic Dead


Friday, July 9, 2021 at 8:30pm

The Knickerbocker Music Center. 35 Railroad Avenue, Westerly, RI 02891

Live Music

Opening with Wooly Mammoth

In 2018 a group of musicians got together for a once a month Dead night at the Captain Daniel Packer inn in Mystic,CT. It turned out to be a seriously good time that translated to more shows, more fun and Mystic Dead was born.

Deep dives into all things Grateful Dead coupled by the freedom to remain true to their own creative individuality has been and will always be the mantra of all 6 members of Mystic Dead.

Mystic Dead is:

Toby Kniffin - Guitar & Vocals
Ian Kelly - Guitar & Vocals
Jay Hartley - Drums
Ronnie Lewis - Drums & vocals
Marty Moroney - Bass & Vocals
Paul Sauvageau - Keyboards & vocals


Gray Hallberg is the founder & lead guitarist of Wooly Mammoth. In addition to honing his guitar chops by studying with local legend Chris Leigh, Gray studied jazz performance at UVM and theory and composition at the University of Colorado. Currently residing in Boston, he plays and sings with the punk rock group At Least We Tried and blues driven Wooly Mammoth.

Mike LaChance is the bassist. He lives in Mystic and also plays double bass with Cabin Fever, a local bluegrass band and the euphonium, as a volunteer with the New London Salvation Army.

Toby Halsey has played guitar for fun for 30 years. He joined Wooly Mammoth at the first Mystic Blues Festival and played at the Racer’s Jam for 5 years supporting Mudhead Benefit Cup for Hospice.

Jay Hartley keeps the beat for Wooly Mammoth plus plays with Green Tea, the Phil Adams Group and is in demand for many other CT & RI bands.

Scott Parry’s blues driven piano style was inspired by local legend, Al Copley, the original keyboardist in the local Grammy-winning band Roomful of Blues. Scott and Al’s moms were friends and Al inspired Scott to take up the piano at the advanced age of five. He had been playing in bands ever since.


Show: 8:30p | Doors: 7:30p
Tickets: $15 *Limited ticket sales. ($2 Service Charge Included With Online Tickets. All sales are final, no ticket refunds or exchanges.)

Please Note: The Knickerbocker will be following any covid restrictions that are still in place when we reopen. Shows listed with "limited tickets" will be at 50% capacity.

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