Country Joe McDonald

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Past shows

  • Country Joe McDonald w/ special guest Bob Reid

    This show was on Nov 7th, 2014 | 25 people watched
    3 Comments
    • Nov 8
      Seemed a bit grainy and stopped a few times mid-song, but was extremely entertaining. Bob has an exquisite voice and a strong presence; loved his stories. Country Joe is a historical treasure and warmed to the crowd after a bit. I hope there will be more Freight shows on Concert Window in the future.
    • Nov 8
      Really enjoyed the show. Never realized Joe was as adept on guitar as he is!
    • Nov 9
      Bob reid was really fine, and country Joe was superb. Best show I have seen all year. It brings back all the good old days of my 30 years in the Bay area, and attending many concerts in 3 locations for Freight and Salvage. Keep up the good work, and do more at F & S.
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  • Country Joe McDonald

    This show was on Apr 8th, 2014 | 33 people watched
    2 Comments
    • Apr 9
      I loved the webcast, his performance, and the opportunity to hear him do 'real' music.. just him and his guitar..no frills. What a marvelous opportunity. The equip he is using for the broadcast is not as modern as some, and so the audio and video clarity deficit was noticible, but still a 5 star experience.
    • Apr 10
      Country Joe was great, but very short 35 minutes
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Bio

Way back in the early 1960s, after serving a hitch in the U.S. Navy and singing folk songs on Telegraph Avenue, Joe became an anti-war activist, a rock music icon, and a staunch advocate for veterans and the environment. His ground-breaking band, Country Joe and the Fish, gained fame for performing at rallies and demonstrations against the war in Vietnam and for its high-flying psychedelic... more

Way back in the early 1960s, after serving a hitch in the U.S. Navy and singing folk songs on Telegraph Avenue, Joe became an anti-war activist, a rock music icon, and a staunch advocate for veterans and the environment. His ground-breaking band, Country Joe and the Fish, gained fame for performing at rallies and demonstrations against the war in Vietnam and for its high-flying psychedelic music that became a staple of college, progressive, and underground radio stations. In recent decades Joe has continued to bring his music to audiences around the world and to campaign for the issues closest to his heart. His new album, Time Flies By, features 25 songs from his rich career as a solo artist and band leader.

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