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Heads-Up New Yorkers! An evening of music and history you don't want to miss.

The evening begins with an all-star panel that reminds us of something Allen Ginsberg would put together at St. Mark's — Gary Lambert from Grateful Deadlandia hosting the mighty Lenny Kaye from Patti Smith's band, Rhoney Stanley from "Owsley & Me," one of our favorite writers from Rolling Stone - David Fricke, psychedelic history author Jesse Jarnow and Relix's Raffaela Kenny-Cincotta.

Following the panel will be the New York premiere of the Ace of Cups, the historic San Francisco band from the '60s that recently reformed, made a double-album that includes Bob Weir, Jack & Jorma, Taj Mahal, Peter Coyote, Wavy Gravy & more, and who have been featured on CBS This Morning, NPR, the SF Chronicle, the LA Times, the Guardian, Billboard and a million other places.


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