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RAINBOW FULL of SOUND, Retracing Europe ’72 – Celebrating the 50th Anniversary

June 24 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm EDT

Circle “D” Productions presents RAINBOW FULL of SOUND, Retracing Europe ’72 – Celebrating the 50th Anniversary at the LNC

LNC Event Center – On the Lawn – Friday, June 24, 2022

DOORS: 6:00 PM / MUSIC: 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM – Two Full Sets of Music
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  • Come early – hike The Pennypack Trail
  • Check out the awesome architecture (bring your camera)
  • Stroll the NEW 1-Mile Spiritual Path
  • Crafts and Eats vendors onsite
  • Leashed pets allowed
  • Hang out at The Meditation Pond near The Chapel / Trail Head

ADVANCE: $30.00 per person

AT THE DOOR: $35.00 per person
Children under 12 FREE

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As most Deadheads will recall, this was a legendary tour, during a directional change in the GD musical format….still psychedelic and jazzy, with a fuller, orchestral sound, as a result of the addition of Keith Godchaux on keyboards and vocals, and his wife, Donna Jean Godchaux, on vocals. Nothing came close to that grand piano for an overall coloring on top of the GD palette of sounds.

Quite remarkably, Grateful Dead music has become its own genre, drawing crowds based on the music itself. Waynard Scheller and Rainbow Full of Sound (RFoS) have become one of the East Coast’s premiere bands playing Grateful Dead songs, thanks to talent and a lot of practice — 300 shows’ worth. But 2022 is a special year, the fiftieth anniversary of the Dead’s legendary 1972 tour of Europe, tracing the path of twenty-one shows from England to Denmark to Germany to France to the Netherlands and back to England.

Appropriately, RFoS began as a one-off experiment in 2012 when a gang of Deadheads decided to play the entire 1980 Radio City Music Hall run. It was so much fun that it took on a life of its own, with a rotating cast that keeps it fresh.

The one consistent link is Waynard, and it makes sense — his commitment to music goes back to a ragtime-piano-playing grandfather, hippie babysitters who brought guitars with them, and then a mom who taught him classics like “Heart and Soul.”

By the age of 10, he was playing guitar, and after lessons in voice and theory but almost none in piano, he became so consumed by the Grateful Dead’s Terrapin Station album that for close to a year he’d listen to it before going to school.

Things were never quite the same afterward. Soon he switched to keyboards and joined his first Dead-oriented band, Changing Planes. As a pianist, he was able to get solo work in restaurants, where he amused himself by jamming from American songbook standards like “Over the Rainbow” into, say, “Dark Star.” He took a hiatus from Dead music and spent a decade playing R&B and Motown at corporate gigs and private events with his vocalist sister, Sudie, but eventually he happily returned to the jam band world.

He fell in with one of the oldest Dead-oriented bands, the former Zen Tricksters of Long Island, and they toured for some time as Jam Stampede. He met John Kadlecik, formerly of Dark Star Orchestra and then Furthur and now JGB with Melvin Seals, and worked on three tours with him.

One day he got a call to play a show in a crypt at the Church of the Intercession in Trinity Cemetery, NYC, in the process meeting Zach Nugent (then with Melvin Seals and JGB) and Kenny Brooks (formerly with Bob Weir in RatDog).

His name spread around GD circles, and he played with Weir himself in an SF Bay Area benefit for the Jerry Garcia Foundation called “Imagine There’s No Hunger,” and, after they hit it off, on several other shows.

Working with the Foundation brought him into contact with Hot Tuna’s Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, then another event connected him with Jason Crosby and Grahame Lesh of the Lesh Family Band…and the road goes on.

Bruce Hornsby once remarked that Grateful Dead songs had become “hymns” – in fact, they really are the new canon of traditional American music. Their appeal, Waynard says, is two-fold; there’s the sheer eclectic gumbo of bluegrass, jazz, blues, R&B and you-name-it that is fused into what they did, what the songs represent. “But best of all is the improvisational nature of the music, the opportunity to explore the unknown, to have no earthly idea what will come next, which is the most inspiring part of it.” It’s a musical adventure, and Waynard and RFOS are the ideal boat to take on the ride.

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Thanks to Denny Horn/Circle “D” Productions and Clayton Walsh and the amazing team of folks that support the Concerts at the LNC

This event may also be changed, canceled, or modified at our discretion at any time. Please check the Circle “D” Facebook page before traveling. Refunds/credits provided (ticketing/service fees are non-refundable).


In accordance with current Pennsylvania Department of Health requirements, our event policy is as follows:


The Pennsylvania Department of Health recommends that for the protection of themselves and others, individuals who have not yet been vaccinated are still encouraged to wear a mask when in public.

For our event, masks are encouraged but NOT mandated.

Safe distancing will be self-managed by all participants- Please use your best judgment.

If you are experiencing any of the following COVID-19 related symptoms, we ask that you not attend the concert: Fever or chills • Cough • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • Fatigue • Muscle or body aches • Headache • New loss of taste or smell • Sore throat • Congestion or runny nose • Nausea or vomiting • Diarrhea

If you are unable to attend a show due to a positive COVID-19 test, please reach out to DLHORN16@GMAIL.COM and we will help facilitate a full refund.

Circle “D” Productions and The Lords New Church have taken enhanced measures to protect the health and safety of our guests. There remains, however, an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any place where people gather.

By entering the concert venue, you voluntarily assume all risks, hazards, and dangers arising from or relating in any way to the risk of exposure to COVID-19 or any other disease, illness, bacteria, virus, or other pathogens, capable of causing a communicable disease or illness, whether occurring before, during, or after the event.

By purchasing a ticket to this event, you voluntarily waive all claims and potential claims relating to such exposure against The Lords New Church, Circle “D” Productions, and their affiliated companies relating to such risks, and agree to release, discharge, and not bring suit against such entities arising from or relating to such exposure.


The Lords New Church on the Theodore Pitcairn Estate
1725 Huntingdon Rd
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006

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June 24
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm EDT


Circle “D” Productions
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LNC Event Center
1725 Huntingdon Road
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006 United States
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(215) 947-4242
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