Hello, and welcome to my home page.  My name is Sara Asheroff.  I am a currently a student at Lehigh University.  Some quick background information, if you feel like you want to keep reading, is that I am from Hilton Head, South Carolina (oh yeah you might have heard of it, it’s a big vacation spot).  I came to Lehigh for unknown reasons, but have had a great, maybe too great, of a time trying to figure the answer to why I came all the way up to Bethlehem, PA when I could have stayed in the nice tropical, warm weather.  The only thing that I could come up with is that I must have not realized how cold it actually really gets up here before I signed the acceptance papers.  But, in all seriousness, I love it and have learned not to cope with the cold, but that, yes, ski parkas can be warn in October all the way through April if needed.  Lehigh is a great place.  I am in a sorority, Alpha Gamma Delta, and we have the best house on the Hill by far.  Below I’ve included some pictures, info, and links of just a few of my favorite musicians.  Thanks for checking this out, and remember to keep on smiling.
The Grateful Dead might have been one of the most influential bands of all time.  They had a great style of music that was always changing, and was always performed differently as each  song was played.  With their roots in bluegrass, jazz, and folk, the Dead were able to start the “touring” phenomenon, which still occurs today.  Jerry Garcia (pictured at right, and if you didn’t know that, you need help) was one of the greatest guitarists and songwriters and is truly a god in the “eyes of the world.” (again, if you don’t get, listen to the music) 
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The Grateful Dead started the practice of packing up a car and following a band around the country, but it was Phish that popularized it.  Phish, a band who has been around for over 20 years has acquired one of the largest followings, comparable to that of the Dead. This Vermont- based group has been considered my generation’s version of the Dead (not true….have two different of sounds).  Phish is one of my favorites, and I’ve seen them many times.  Phish’s music stands out as one of the more creative jam bands.  They are a group who try to play a different set a different way each shoe, always trying to surprise the audience.  Their following is faithful, and we can’t wait until y’all start touring again!!!!! 
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Widespread Panic.  The name of their band says it all.  WP is my favorite band, and I’ve seen them more than any other musical act.  From Athens, GA, WP has a following similar to Phish.  They play more shows in the South, especially the southeast but also make their way all over the country.  WP has also been around for over 20 years delighting fans with their incredible shows and ability to bring in the craziest of musicians to accompany them in song.  For example, at the New Year’s show in Atlanta, they brought out Futureman (again, if you don’t know, please get help) to help with one of the sets.  It was awesome.  WP always plays New Year’s in Atlanta, and Jazzfest in New Orleans the first weekend of May.   “Havin’ a good time, everyday” 
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