All-Star guitarist Steve Kimock will be playing a special show at the brand new Stage 48 on February 23rd, and he’s bringing along his top notch band and some special guests to add a little extra icing on the cake. Kimock will be joined by the legendary Bernie Worrell, best known for his work with Parliament-Funkadelic and the Talking Heads, Andy Hess, who was a former member of Govt Mule and The Black Crowes, and Wally Ingram, who was a founding member of Timbuk 3. The show will help benefit victims of Superstorm Sandy, and there are additional ‘Stage 2′ fundraising packages that include extras like signed merch and the chance to sit in on sound check.

With a decade spaning over thirty years, Steve Kimock is one of the leading names in improvisational psychedelic rock. Throughout that time, he’s been at the core of many successful bands, including Quicksilver Messenger Service, KVHW, and Zero. He also has been a favorite guitarist of many members of the Grateful Dead, being a member of Bill Kreutzman and Mickey Hart’s Rhythm Devils, filling in with Bob Weir’s Rat Dog, and touring with Phil Lesh and Friends over the years.

Don’t just take his impressive resume at his word though, check out some of the videos below to get a taste of Kimock’s awesomeness. He is one of the most impressive guitarists in the psychedelic rock scene and never ceases to amaze and impress with new improvisations. The show promises to start at 7:00pm sharp, and tickets are on sale now, here.