June 25, 2016 Lost On Main, Chico, CA
Doobie Decibel System poster by Dennis Larkins
Watch this show in HD at Moonalice.com.
Doobie Decibel System
Jason Crosby and Roger McNamee formed a duo called “Doobie Decibel System” (DDS). As the Dewey Decimal System organizes library materials by discipline or field of study, the Doobie Decibel System throws its diverse musical talents together to create riffs and songs that cross genre and generation. On any given night, Doobie Decibel System play their original songs, such as “Backlash” and “Wrong Side of The Road” by Crosby and “Live A Little” and “Couple of Puffs” by McNamee, and dip into rock ‘n’ roll archives playing a variety of classics from The Beatles, Pink Floyd and The Grateful Dead. The duo’s distinctive style is heard in every song while they continue to surprise the audience by playing improvisations and creating a unique sound that encapsulates their talents and energy.
Over the last decade, Jason Crosby has been a member of Robert Randolph and the Family Band and the Susan Tedeschi Band, among others. In recent years, Crosby has played with Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Carlos Santana, Pete Seeger, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen and Dave Matthews in various configurations. His discography includes appearing on Anastasia’s multi- platinum hit “Freak of Nature” as well as Tedeschi’s Grammy-nominated “Wait for Me”; and more recent releases from Phillip Phillips, Pretty Lights, Robert Randolph, and Teddy Thompson.
Roger McNamee is lead vocalist and plays bass and guitar with Moonalice, performing 90-100 shows a year. Moonalice has leveraged technology to help build a national audience. The Moonalice Couch Tour™ on Moonalice.com enables fans to watch any show on a smartphone, PC or tablet without an app. Moonalice works with dozens of poster artists to produce a unique poster that is given to guests at every concert.
The Doobie Decibel System also supports the creative community by offering a commemorative poster by a well-known artist to fans at each show. Live streaming video in HD of every performance is available and archived for free listening via their website: www.ddsband.com.