The Basement Tapes - Casual Coalition w/ special guest Chuck Prophet
Sat July 24, 2021 7:00 pm PDT
SLO Brew Rock , 855 Aerovista Place, San Luis Obispo, CA
All Ages
The Casual Coalition, an Allstar Bay Area band featuring members of The Mother Hips, Phil Lesh & Friends and Stu Allen and The Mars Hotel is stopping off in SLO to recreate the legendary Basement Tapes in its entirety.  As an extra special treat they will be bringing Alt/Country icon Chuck Prophet with them!  

$20 ADV / $25 DOS


This show is being presented to you y (((folkYEAH!))) + SLO Brew Live. 

 Tics will go on sale Tues 6/22 at high noon over at

Born on the stage of countless nights at Terrapin Crossroads, The Casual Coalition are a branch from the "community music tree" that was planted at the Marin county venue, owned by Grateful Dead bassist, Phil Lesh.  

The Casual Coalition features an always rotating musical cast, led by guitarist/vocalist Craig MacArthur, who organizes each performance with an amazing group of talented, local Bay Area musicians, which have included Brian Rashap (The Mother Hips), Stu Allen (Phil Lesh & Friends, Mars Hotel), Dan “LEBO” Lebowitz (ALO), Greg Loiacono (Mother Hips), Scott Law (Phil Lesh & Friends), Mark Karan (Ratdog, Phil Lesh & Friends), Reed Mathis (Electric Beethoven), Danny Eisenberg (The Mother Hips, Ryan Adams, Counting Crows) & many more!  

The band showcases some original songs put forth by contributing members. The songs are then nurtured & grown within each configuration. Categorized as improvisational indie-rock, the band has been known to really explore the songs in an exciting, different way every performance.  

In recent shows, The Casual Coalition have also performed some of rock's most seminal albums, including The Band's "Music From Big Pink," Bob Dylan & The Band's double album "The Basement Tapes," & recently The Rolling Stones opus, "Exile On Main St," which includes a full horn section. Each album, while still staying true to the original, is also expanded upon with sections of improvisational explorations.