Hosted By: Xtra Ticket
When: 22/12/2007
Where: The Goat Head Saloon
1423 S Country Club Rd
Mesa, Arizona|3 85210
United States
Description:
The Noodles, Workingman’s Grass, Kindread, and Xtra Ticket all celebrating the Holi-daze and the music that keeps our Phamily together.



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Hosted By: Xtra Ticket
When: 24/11/2007
Where: The Goat Head Saloon
1423 S Country Club Dr
Mesa, Arizona|3 85210
United States
Description:
A Night of Grateful Dead Music with Xtra Ticket!

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Hey Everyone! The Jerry memorial has been moved to the Goat Head Saloon. There is going to be a lot of confusion so if you know a Deadhead or Xtra Ticket fan, let them know that the venue has changed even if you are going off to some incident. Click here for details.

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One year ago today we lost our dear friend Vince Welnick. Words cannot describe the incredible impact this man and his music had on each of our lives. Let’s all take a moment and give thanks to the universe for having graced us with his presence. You are with us forever, Vince.

Evan/Xtra Ticket

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It is with a heavy heart that we share the news that our friend and close family member Ken Sasso has passed away. The details and news of arrangements will surely follow, but what is important is we remember Ken for all he was and all he did for our scene.

Ken’s contribution was selfless and vastly appreciated by all the Arizona Family. It would be impossible to account for all he did for all of us. He was probably the biggest fan of the Noodles and he was their original webmaster. Ken recorded and archived many of Noodles shows as well as many of our shows. He wrote for Jambands.com and other music webzines. In Ken’s professional life he designed and maintained websites for Tie Dye Mike, Nita’s, Sail Inn, The Loft and others. At just about any show Ken attended, he tried to make them better. Sasso usually showed up at shows early – setting up light shows, his recording equipment, running the door and helping the bands or vendors set up and at the end of the night he would help load out. He was always humble, generous, respectful and kind. He would lend a hand with out being asked.

Ken was an integral part of almost every show in Tempe. Not only for the Noodles and Xtra Ticket, but for many, many bands.

Ken was a good friend.

He will be missed, and his passing is a shock, and his absence will hard on us for a long time to come.

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