Our Repertoire is ever-changing and evolving--here's most of it:
After Midnight (J.J. Cale); All Blues (Miles Davis); All The People (orig.); Angel From Montgomery (John Prine); Beat It On Down The Line (Grateful Dead); Bird Song (Grateful Dead); Blame It One Me (George Ezra); Can't You See (Marshall Tucker Band); Cassidy (Grateful Dead); City Of New Orleans (Arlo Guthrie); Comes A Time (Neil Young); Comin' Home (orig.); Dark Hollow (Grateful Dead); Dead Flowers (Rolling Stones); Deal (Grateful Dead); Dixie Chicken (Little Feat); Doctor My Eyes (Jackson Browne); Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (The Animals); Dreams (Allman Bros.); Driving Won't Get You There (original); Easy Plateau (Ryan Adams); Everything's Got Soul (original); Feelin' Alright (Dave Mason/Joe Cocker); Fooled Around And Fell in Love (Elvin Bishop); Fried Neckbones (Santana); Ghost Riders In The Sky (Johnny Cash etc); Gimme Some Lovin' (Winwood/Spencer Davis Group); Good Lovin' (The Rascals-Grateful Dead); I Can See Clearly Now (Johnny Nash); I Hear Ya Talkin' (Bob Wills); Iko Iko (Dr. John-Grateful Dead); `In The Summertime (Mungo Jerry); It Wasn't Me (orig.); I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free (Cold Blood); Judgment Day (Clapton, blues); Key To The Highway (Derek & The Dominoes, blues); Knockin' On Heaven's Door (Bob Dylan); Last In Line (orig.); Let It Roll (Little Feat); Let's Get Together (The Youngbloods); Listen To The Music (Doobie Bros.); Locomotive Breath (Jethro Tull); Lodi (CCR); Long May You Run (Neil Young); Mama Tried (Grateful Dead/Merle Haggard); The Man Next To Me (orig.); Metaphor (orig.); Midnight Rider (Allman Brothers); Might As Well (Jerry Garcia); Mystery Train (Elvis); Never Get Weary (Toots & The Maytals); North American Rock (original); Ol' 55 (Eagles); Ophelia (The Band); Outlaw Man (Eagles);Oye Como Va (Santana); Peaceful Easy Feeling (Eagles); Peace Rain Down (orig.); Pretzel Logic (Steely Dan); Rainy Day Women (Bob Dylan); Ride The River (J.J. Cale & Eric Clapton); Rider In The Rain (Randy Newman); Rocky Mountain Way (Joe Walsh); Runnin' Down A Dream (Tom Petty); Running On Empty (Jackson Browne); Seven Bridges Road (Eagles); Shanty (Good Buzz On) (Jonathan Edwards); She's Gone (orig.); Silver Stallion (Highwaymen); Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay (Otis Redding); Space Oddity (David Bowie); Spirit In The Sky (Norman Greenbaum); Stand By Me (Ben E. King); Stop That Train (Peter Tosh); Soulshine (Warren Haynes); Stuck In The Middle With You (Stealer's Wheel); Take A Number (orig.); Teach Your Children (CS&N); Telephone Book (orig.); Tell The Truth (Derek & The Dominoes); That's All Right Mama (Elvis); That's No Way To Get Along (Clapton/blues); The Color Of A Lonely Heart (Old 99s); The Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys (Winwood/Traffic); The Man Next To Me (original); The Mighty Quinn (the Eskimo) (Bob Dylan); The Race is On (George Jones); The Shape I'm In (The Band); The Weight (The Band); Three Deep (original); Up On Cripple Creek (The Band); U.S. Blues (Grateful Dead); Werewolves Of London (Warren Zevon); We Used To Know (Jethro Tull); What It Is (Mark Knopfler); White Bird (It's A Beautiful Day); Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin); Wild Horses (Rolling Stones); Wild Night (Van Morrison); and our ever-lovin' Sound Check Song: You Ain't Goin' Nowhere (Dylan/Byrds)
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The CBDs believe in the restorative power of music, in the spiritual connection between all beings, including a band and their audience. When the CBDs hit the groove, the listener takes a journey right alongside them. Tap your feet, dance the night away, travel to the empyrean plane, or astral project, the CBDs will facilitate your journey. From friendly folk-rock to psychedelic warriors and back, take a ride with the CBDs! Medicinal Music, Good For What Ails Ya!
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The CBDs are: Burt Rashbaum on keys and vocals, Evan Cantor on acoustic guitar, harmonica and vocals, Roland LaForge on electric guitar and vocals, Greg Staab, our bassist of the last nine years, passed away in March 2022 after a long battle with cancer. WE ARE WORKING AS A TRIO NOW!