SKERIK



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You know the guy you often see on saxophone jumping in with a band for a song or two and twenty minutes later when you appear at another stage you wonder how that guy got off stage with the one band, got to the other stage and is now sitting in with the band on that stage before you even got there, when all you did was stop to get something to drink on the way over? That’s Skerik. He’s appeared at High Sierra for so many years with so many bands such as Garage a Trois, Les Claypool’s Flying Frog Brigade, McTuff, Skerik’s Syncopated Taint Septet, Dead Kenny G’s and more, that he’s the quintessential artist-at-large. One of the definitions of “at-large” is “a classification for a fugitive on the run who is within a very large radius”. How apropos. Skerik is notorious aw’right. And his talents know no boundaries. Always lurking somewhere. You never know who he’s gonna sit-in with next. Catch him if you can.



2012 LINEUP
Ben Harper
STS9
Railroad Earth
Galactic
Built To Spill
Toots and The Maytals
Ryan Bingham
ALO
Matisyahu
Lotus
Delta Spirit
Soulive
Heartless Bastards
Big Gigantic
The Devil Makes Three
Deer Tick
Greensky Bluegrass
Garage A Trois
Paper Diamond
The Slip
Lettuce
Surprise Me Mr. Davis
Grupo Fantasma
MarchFourth Marching Band
Mocean Worker
The Motet: Funk Is Dead!
Skerik's Bandalabra
Red Baraat
The TRIO feat. Johnny Vidacovich, Ike Stubblefield and Grant Green Jr.
The Stooges Brass Band
The New Orleans Suspects
Ben Sollee
Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers
Silent Frisco
Nathan Moore
The Lumineers
Marco Benevento
Elephant Revival
Papadosio
Split Lip Rayfield
Rubblebucket
Birds of Chicago
Brokedown In Bakersfield
Delicate Steve
Gardens & Villa
David Garza
Dead Winter Carpenters
Kids These Days
Y La Bamba
Mike Dillon Band
Steve Poltz
Matt The Electrician
Big Light
The Nibblers
Living Folklore
essence
Artists-at-Large:
- Skerik
- Mike Dillon
- "Delicate" Steve Marion
- Sunny Jain (Red Baraat)



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