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Jefferson Starship Rocks Mt. Tam to Honor 50th Anniversary of Magic Mountain Festival

A true peak moment occurs with “Today”, as the band turns the clock back to 1967 with the psychedelic majesty of the Surrealistic Pillow deep cut.

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Hot Tuna Sizzles Back at Hallowed Ground in San Francisco

The melodic syncopation ideas are a big part of what made Jefferson Airplane stand out from the pack in the ‘60s and have continued to power Hot Tuna through the decades.

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Jefferson Starship & The Contemporary Youth Orchestra: 5 June 2011 - Cleveland

Some rockers might think it an odd combo, but once the show begins it becomes immediately apparent that something special is taking place.

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Jefferson Starship and the Heroes of Woodstock: 26 June 2010 - New Braunfels, TX

Many music trends have come and gone since then, but the classic rock of the late '60s continues to endure. So it is that music fans gathered at the Whitewater Amphitheater as the continuing Heroes of Woodstock tour touches down in South Texas.

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Jefferson Airplane: Thirty Seconds Over Winterland

Recorded as the band was imploding, this warts-and-all live document shows it was now only occasionally capable of alignment.

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Jefferson Starship + The Zombies

Jefferson Starship is a band poised for a big comeback. They’ve got a spectacular new vocalist in Cathy Richardson, a stellar new album, and what appears to be a revitalized Paul Kantner.

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

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"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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