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Which Way to the Pickle Farm is the 2004 debut release by Colorado's critically-acclaimed funkgrass jam band, Space Heater. This album pulls from Space Heater's eclectic influences, from bluegrass to funk to jazz to reggae to straight-forward, in-your-face rock 'n' roll.

The members of this influential 'mountain music' band have moved onto other musical projects. Jesse McWilliams, Greg Travis and Yaniv have all contributed in some way, shape, or form to the Colorado bluegrass band Hunker Down, whose new album will be released in 2009.

Jack Shaw (Dusendschon) has played with several bands including Denver's Herman Gauche, and recently produced the companion CD to the multi-media Project, The Next Paradigm: Common Sense for this Generation.

Yaniv has embarked on a solo career with his self-titled solo debut, and contributes two of his own tracks to The Next Paradigm, as well as instrumental skills on several other tracks on the album.

Jeff (Stud P) Peterson is a founding member of the jazz fusion band Mango Chutney. Jeff is also recording solo tracks and producing bands in the Winter Park area.

Still churning out a great repertoire of original songs, Jesse McWilliams is playing with many bands in the Winter Park area, with a focus on the trumpet as his primary instrument.

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