The search for redemption. Due to institutional origins, and both bad fortune and bad choices, our protagonist has obstacles that are almost impossible to overcome. His anguish keeps him on the fringe of society, always searching for meaning. He is not a Missionary’s Son.
Chris Anderson – composer, guitar, drums and vocals Barry Cogdill – composer, keyboards and vocals Mark Phillips – guitar and vocals Tom Williamson – bass and vocals
Come out to Hooleys Irish Pub on Friday, Dec 20th! We will be cooking up some hot new tunes to warm you up during this holiday season. We are always working on new music so be sure to join us for a Guinness and some Christmas cheer.
We are pleased to support the Rady’s Childrens’ Hospital Special Needs Clinic once again this Holiday season. In addition to being honored to perform at their Christmas party for the children, we are donating the profits from Jamacha Project T-Shirt sales in December to the clinic. We would greatly appreciate your support in purchasing a shirt at our shows or from our web site: https://www.jamachaproject.com/jamacha-project-t-shirt/
Show starts at 9 pm so be sure to get a good seat nice and early!
Hooleys Irish Pub Rancho San Diego Towne Center 5500 Grossmont Center Dr #247, La Mesa, CA 91942 (619) 713-6900
The Meaning Inside speaks to the sources of inspiration and epiphany in life; the ebb and flow of emotion and perception. Composed by Mark Phillips, with suggestions from Chris Anderson, the arrangement grew out of our live performances and ideas from Barry Cogdill and Tom Williamson.
Check out our latest release, “The Meaning Inside” at https://www.jamachaproject.com/music/. We will showcase it plus the smokey cool “Snowman” penned by Chris, and the soulful “Stranger Than True” composed by Barry. We’ve enhanced our repertoire with “Right Place, Wrong Time” by Dr. John and our unique arrangement of “Mercy Mercy Mercy” popularized by Cannonball Adderley and the Buckinghams.
We are pleased to support the Rady’s Childrens’ Hospital Special Needs Clinic once again this Holiday season. In addition to being honored to perform at their Christmas party for the children, we are donating the profits from Jamacha Project T-Shirt sales to the clinic. We would greatly appreciate your support in purchasing a shirt at our shows or from our web site: https://www.jamachaproject.com/jamacha-project-t-shirt/
Join us at of our favorite hang outs in La Mesa! Come to hear “Snowman” penned by Chris, and “Stranger Than True” by Barry. We have built up some fun harmonies and riffs to go along with the great lyrics. And more new tunes!
Chris and Mark love chilling out at the Pinecrest Retreat. The two of them will be playing some favorite original and cover tunes by the pool in the late afternoon. Come on up to kick back and enjoy a favorite beverage. There is quite a collection of vintage trailers nestled among the oaks.
For reservations and local information, please call Pinecrest Retreat or drop them an email. Guest lodging is limited on the property but there are fine hotel accommodations just five minutes away in Julian.
3936 CA-79, Julian, CA
Join us at our favorite hang out in La Mesa! We have two new tunes, “Snowman” penned by Chris, and “Stranger Than True” by Barry. We have built up some fun harmonies and riffs to go along with the great lyrics.
The Jamacha Project performs on the piazza from 7 PM to 9 PM on Friday, March 1, 2019. The Piazza della Famiglia is a European-style piazza on W. Date Street, connecting India and Columbia Streets In San Diego.
A beautiful tiled fountain sits at the East side of the Piazza and tables and chairs with umbrellas line the cobblestone street. Piazza della Famiglia is located in the “heart” of Little Italy and has become a central community gathering place to host farmers’ markets, concerts, cultural events, and more.
We have new tunes to play for you, and great looking t-shirts for sale.
Written by Barry Cogdill Barry describes this song, “Love and Memory is a result of many reflections on my younger sister, who died many years ago, the concept of immortality, and what it means to embrace this fleeting life we live…”
Hey, all you north county Jamacha Project fans, join us at Mr. Peabodys in Encinitas. Peabody’s is a tradition in Encinitas, with good food, a good selection of local beer, great service and live music.
We hit the stage at 8:30 PM. Don’t be late!
134-136 Encinitas Blvd
Encinitas, CA 92024