Might As Well

Jam Band fans will want to be on hand for the return of Ft. Wayne, Indiana's finest, Might As Well, as they celebrate/promote their newest release, To Whom, Brother. The band, whose own style res

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Might As Well



Jam Band fans will want to be on hand for the return of Ft. Wayne, Indiana's finest, Might As Well, as they celebrate/promote their newest release, To Whom, Brother. The band, whose own style resembles that of some of the artists they cover in concert (Phish, Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers) are billing each show on their current regional tour as a "CD Release Party," which, according to a press release, entails the band initially "mingling with the crowd, conversing and celebrating." Once the music gets rolling, the band is expected to play several selections from the new disc (plus lots of improvisational additives, no doubt) with a slew of special guests, including Dan Hamilton and Mike Holmes of the Cincinnati-based group Spookfloaters.

At Stanley's on Saturday. — M.B.

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