Moes Alley Santa Cruz Nightclub
Doobie Decibel System (Jason Crosby, Roger McNamee, Pete Sears, Dan "Lebo" Lebowitz, Jay Lane) + Reid Genauer
Appearing Live at Moes Alley
Thursday, June 16th
All-Star Musicians Decend On Santa Cruz For A Not To Be Missed Night Of Musical Magic
8:30 PM, Doors Open 8:00 PM, $10 advance, $15 day of show,

Moe's Alley presents a very special double bill with DOOBIE DECIBEL SYSTEM (featuring (Jason Crosby, Roger McNamee, Pete Sears, Dan "Lebo" Lebowitz, Jay Lane) + REID GENAUER (Singer/Songwriter For Assembly Of Dust).

Jason Crosby and Roger McNamee originally formed a duo called "Doobie Decibel System” (DDS).  As the Dewey Decimal System organizes library materials by discipline or field of study, DDS throws its diverse musical talents together to create riffs and songs that cross genre and generation. The DDS Band will be performing an electric show at Moe's Alley on June 16th featuring All-Star musicians Pete Sears, Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz and Jay Lane.

On any given night, DDS 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. Their 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 the lead vocalist and plays bass and guitar with Moonalice (performing 90-100 shows a year) and past bands are Guff, The Engineers, Random Axes & Flying Other Brothers. Moonalice has leveraged technology to help build a national audience.  The Moonalice Couch Tour™ on, enables fans to watch any show on a smartphone, PC or tablet without an app.  Moonalice works with 24 poster artists to produce a unique poster that is given to guests at every concert.

DDS also supports creative community by offering a commemorative rock poster by a well-known artist to fans at each show. A collection of music videos and archived HD video from the live video streams of nearly every show can be found at

Jason Crosby: guitar, fiddle, keyboards, vocals (Susan Tedeschi, Robert Randolph, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, =
Roger McNamee: rhythm and lead guitar, bass, vocals (Moonalice, Guff, Flying Other Brothers
Pete Sears: bass, guitar, keyboards, vocals (Moonalice, Sam Gopal Dream, Rod Stewart, Long John Baldry, original Jefferson Starship, Hot Tuna, Peter Rowan, Jimi Hendrix, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh & Friends, Steve Kimock, David Nelson, John Lee Hooker and more).
Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz: guitar, steel guitar, vocals (ALO (Animal Liberation Orchestra), Lebo & Friends, Jack Johnson, Phil Lesh, Steve Kimock Band, Brokedown in Bakersfield and more).
Jay Lane: drums, vocals (Primus, Further, Golden Gate Wingmen, RatDog, Scaring the Children, Alphabet Soup, Jay's Happy Sunshine Burger Joint, Ice Age, The Uptones, The Freaky Executives and more).


Reid Genauer is best known as a singer and songwriter. In that capacity he first hit the national stage fronting the band Strangefolk in the mid nineties. Since then he has gone on to cement his reputation as a prolific songsmith and band leader, fronting a second grassroots success story – The Assembly of Dust. Genauer’s success as a songwriter is qualitatively evidenced by the connectedness of his audience with his lyrics and quantitavily supported by two recent top 40 AAA hits: “Man With A Plan” from the Album Honest Hour and “Telling Sue” from Recollection.

The music Genauer makes with Assembly of Dust could be labeled “hick funk,” and has been compared to the likes of Paul Simon, CSNY, and The Band. It differs from Strangefolk in that the songs are more detailed and more composed “ The musicianship and as a result the songs themselves are more subtle” says Genauer. “Where Strangefolk was screaming and unleashed Assembly of Dust is conversational and practiced” The commonality of both groups is ultimately a backbone of Genauer’s trademark songs, characterized by thoughtful lyrics, hooky melodies and earnest vocals.

While Genauer is best know in context with other musicians he traces his musical roots to solo singer songwriters and has dabbled throughout the years in this arena. “ There is something very visceral and frankly safe about playing music with other people. I’m more comfortable in that setting” says Genauer “ but ultimately a song should be able to stand on its own and to some extent so should a singer songwriter”

It is to that end that Reid Genauer steps out this spring to test his songs and his mettle as a singer songwriter and to capture his fans with one lone voice in a room full of listening

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