If anybody cares... Two nights into its rare stateside tour, the Ozric Tentacles played for Roger Waters, who attended last night's performance at BB King's Blues Club. Bridging 1970s progressive psychedlia and modern, electronic beats, the British psychedelic rockers recently kick-started a string of July dates with new keyboardist Hal Waters, son of the Pink Floyd icon. Dipping down south, the Ozric Tentacles will take its club show into the open air tomorrow, closing out the first night of West Virginia's All Good Festival. Scheduled to take the stage at 2AM, the Ozric Tentacles cap off a day-long bill that also includes Keller Williams, Steve Kimock and Reid Genauer and the Assembly of Dust. A trio of supergroups will also play All Good's first evening: Stockholm Syndrome, featuring Dave Schools and Jerry Joseph, the recently reunited Greyboy Allstars, which launched the careers of Karl Denson and Robert Walters, and Deep Fried, which is comprised of George Porter Jr., Matt Abts, Johnny Neal and Brian Stoltz. This weekend The Disco Biscuits will also make its only July appearance, bridging Saturday and Sunday's All Good Festival lineups with a set stretching from 2-5AM. The Disco Biscuits, which cite the Ozric Tentacles as an influence, brought the British rockers stateside four years ago for an infamous performance at Athens, GA's Georgia Theater. Medeski, Martin and Wood, Leftover Salmon, Burning Spear, Umphrey's McGee, ekoostik hookah and a Jon Fishman-augmented Jazz Mandolin Project round out the festival's roster.