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Brown Eyed Women | Otus Supply | Ferndale, MI

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All-Female Grateful Dead Tribute
Brown Eyed Women, the world's only all female Grateful Dead tribute ensemble, features musicians from popular bands around the country. They celebrate the music of the Grateful Dead with a unique spin. Members hail from Massachusetts, New Jersey, Florida, New York, Georgia and Pennsylvania. Their high-caliber musicianship and shared love of the Dead drew them together. This band is decidedly different in a field brimming with tribute acts. BEW brings authentic jams and a soulful new approach to the familiar Grateful Dead catalog. Joni Bottari (Lead Guitar) grew up on the Jersey Shore and was initially inspired to pick up

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