“Electric Friends in San Francisco” – Simon Townshend Webcast

*UpdateThis stream can now be seen here on Yahoo Music.

Tony Lowe, along with Scott Devours (drums) and Dave Beste (bass) will be playing on Simon Townshend’s streaming webcast filmed at TRI Studios in San Francisco area (owned by Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead) this Sunday the 25th of Nov at 6:00 pm PST.

It all kicked off at 6:30pm PST/9:30 ET. Here are instructions for setting up your Roku Channel – computer- game console – to TV for better viewing. For those in Europe and the UK who will not be awake at 2:30am -it will be available afterwards as well.

Due to overwhelming demand Simon Townshend’s FREE stream from TRI Studios will be broadcast once again for UK/Europe fans on Sunday Dec 2nd 7:30pmGMT/11:30amPST.

TRI Studios

TRI Studios

Tony Lowe flew into San Francisco in September to record at the amazing TRI Studios as part of Simon Townshend’s band with additional members Scott Devours and Dave Beste. The first video, streamed on September 18th, is just a taster as more will be released alongside The Who’s upcoming Quadrophenia Tour. The band received a great reaction at TRI Studios and fit in an appearance on the Saturday night at The Boom Boom Room in San Francisco playing to an animated and exctited crowd. Back in the UK, the band performs just four more shows this year. Next up is the Looe Festival in Cornwall on Sunday 23rd September. The Fiddler’s Elbow in Camden, London on the 28th and two dates in Wales in December; The Factory in Porth on the 20th and Portmeirion on the 21st. See Simon’s Gig Page.

Tony is back in the studio to finish the recording of a new project, just signed to the Sunn Creative label.

From the TRI website:

”Tamalpais Research Institute (TRI Studios) is the state of the art, world-class video streaming venue and recording facility created by legendary Grateful Dead founding member, and 1994 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee, Bob Weir. This visionary, one-of-a-kind virtual venue provides music fans with unparalleled access to their favorite artists, allowing them to enjoy intimate, live performances in the comfort of their own homes, or anywhere they have Internet access.”

Video no longer available through this medium.