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Jam Band and More

Umphrey’s McGee plays at Terrapin Crossroads.



ALTHOUGH IT MAY spiritually be a jam band with several sets a night and improvising aplenty, Umphrey’s McGee’s prog rock influence is undeniable. Formed in 1997, the band has since amassed a large, dedicated fan base thanks to endless touring — read: over 100 nights a year on the road. With a sprawling collection of originals and covers, Umphrey’s McGee’s live shows keep even the most restless listeners’ interest piqued. Check out the band’s famous Zappa-inspired hand signals firsthand when they perform on the Grate Room stage at Terrapin Crossroads on March 12.
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