Scott Guberman performs regularly with Grateful Dead's founding bassist, Phil Lesh.
Scott Guberman has become an outstandingly important member of the Bay Area music scene in between his shows with Phil Lesh, appearing most often at Terrapin Crossroads. In addition to this, Guberman can be found touring the national circuit joining up with just about every professional level Grateful Dead project out there.
Scott Guberman’s history finds him breaking into the Grateful Dead scene at the turn of the millennium. He first gained recognition as a Hammond organist performing heavily with Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and former Grateful Dead keyboardist, Tom Constanten; and touring with Grateful Dead’s final keyboardist, Vince Welnick.
The Scott Guberman Band
The Scott Guberman Band, consists of the best musicians playing Grateful Dead & related music. Guberman himself, is an important member of the Bay Area music scene in between his shows with Lesh, which has allowed him to form tight musical bonds with the best musicians out there. His prior relations with the East Coast music scene that he came from, allows Guberman to regularly rotate the best musicians, from both coasts, through the Scott Guberman Band.
Scott Guberman Solo
Scott Guberman performs solo, playing and singing one or two sets of Grateful Dead. This is a true, psychedelic experience with a repertoire that truly spans the entire catalog of the Grateful Dead, from the most popular to the most obscure including avant-garde, under-performed material.
There was a piano in The Guberman home that Scott could be found tinkering around on as early as the age of 5, and by high school Scott Guberman was playing synthesizers regularly in rock bands, often filling the role of a second guitarist. It was a few years before this that Guberman knew he wanted to play keyboards professionally for the rest of his life while discovering synthesizers and electric keyboards. After high school Guberman went on to study classical piano at The Hartt School of Music. Somewhere in between high school and college Guberman discovered his love for The Grateful Dead and by college became passionate about and focussed on playing the music of The Grateful Dead.