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Music To Hear 8/01 – 8/07: TEDESCHI TRUCKS BAND, JEFF BECK, DICK DALE & More…


Avogadro’s Number- The Haymarket Squares                  6 p.m.                       $5

Hodi’s Half Note- ‘Stand-Up Comedy’ @ 7 p.m.; ‘Funk Jam’ @ 10 p.m.


Denver Botanic Gardens- Martin Sexton w/ Eilen Jewell                   6:30 p.m.                $54-59

Quixote’s True Blue*- ‘Jerry’s Birthday Show’ w/ Imagine feat. Melvin Seals (JGB), Ray White (Frank Zappa) & Damon Wood (James Brown) w/ Fleeb (Octopus Nebula) + Darren Hahn (Ani DiFranco)                             9 p.m.                      $10

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Morrison)- ‘Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration’ feat. Warren Haynes & Colorado Symphony w/ special guest Melvin Seals                    7:30 p.m.


Chautauqua Auditorium*- Ryan Bingham w/ The Americans                  7:30 p.m.

Fox Theatre- Museum Of Love Live feat. Pat Mahoney (DFA/ LCD Soundsystem), Dennis McNany (DFA/Jee-Day) & Nancy Whang (DJ set)(DFA/ LCD Soundsystem, The Juan Maclean) w/ Falcon Punch                      8:30 p.m.                     $26

Owsley’s Golden Road*- Owsley’s Acid Jazz Trio feat. Paul Murin (DeadPhish Orchestra) & Edwin Hurwitz (Shakedown Street)                          7 p.m.                      $1


Avogadro’s Number- ‘Open Mic’ feat. Tom Gregory                           7 p.m.

Hodi’s Half Note- ‘EDM Tuesdays’                     Free-$5

Oak Street Plaza- ‘Noontime Notes’ feat. The Seers               11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Pourhouse (Loveland)- ‘Open Jazz Jam’ feat. The Pourhouse Jazz Trio                 7:30 p.m.


Larimer Lounge- Honne w/ Jones                     $15

Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Morrison)- LCD Soundsystem w/ Savage + Museum Of Love
7 p.m.                      SOLD OUT!!!!


Chautauqua Auditorium*- ‘Mash Up’ w/ Paper Bird                      7:30 p.m.              $12-45

Fox Theatre- Wavves w/ Steep Leans + Partybaby                  8 p.m.                    $26.50

Owsley’s Golden Road- Jalbatross feat. Ryan Jalbert (The Motet)             7 p.m.

Pioneer Inn (Nederland)- ‘Open Mic’                        9 p.m.


Avogadro’s Number- ‘Patio Music Series’ feat. Ginger Whale                 5-7 p.m.

Avogadro’s Number- Mason Street Bluegrass                   7 p.m.

Avogadro’s  Number- ‘Open Bluegrass Jam’                     8:30 p.m.

CSU Lagoon*- Danielle Ate The Sandwich                    6-8:30 p.m.               FREE!!!!

Hodi’s Half Note- ‘Grass For That Ass’ feat. Sneaky Pete & The Secret Weapons w/ FunkMa$ter + Cloud Kickers International                           Free-$15


Bluebird Theatre- Hayes Carll w/ Luke Bell                     8 p.m.                            $25-27

Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom*- ‘Herbie Hancock Tribute’ feat. Dave Watts (The Motet), Dominic Lalli (Big Gigantic), Joey Porter (The Motet), Garrett Sayers (The Motet) & Dan Schwindt (Kyle Hollingsworth Band) w/ Space Orpan                                    $15-20

Dazzle Jazz*- ‘Artist In Residence’ w/ Adam Bodine Trio                       9 p.m.                   FREE!!!!

Hi Dive- Deerhoof w/ Blankspell + deCollage                 8:30 p.m.                            $15-17

Oriental Theatre- Danielle Nicole (Trampled Under Foot) + Too Slim  & The Taildraggers
(*two headlining sets)                                          8 p.m.                                   $22

Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Morrison)- LCD Soundsystem w/ Savages + Museum Of Love
7 p.m.                  SOLD OUT!!!!


Fox Theatre*- King Sunny Ade                         8:30 p.m.                         $32

Owsley’s Golden Road- Flash Mountain Flood                           7 p.m.                     $??

Pioneer Inn (Nederland)- ‘Blues Night’                            10 p.m.                    FREE!!!!


Avogadro’s Number- Cosmic Mesa + Canyon Collected                        8 p.m.               $5

Boardwalk Park (Windsor)- Rusty 44              6:30-8:30 p.m.             FREE!!!!

Foote Lagoon- ‘Tribute To The Beatles’ feat. The Fab 4 Mop Top + The Fab 4 Sgt. Pepper
7-9 p.m.            FREE!!!!

Old Town Square*- Pandas & People                   7-9 p.m.                  FREE!!!!


Cervantes’ Other Side- Mike Love w/ FunkMa$ter                  /// Policulture     on patio

Denver Botanic Gardens- Chris Isaak w/ Brent Cowles                    6:30 p.m.             $51-64

Quixote’s True Blue*- Play Dead + Great Blue                         $10

Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Morrison)- ‘Hard Red Rocks’ feat. RL Grime w/ Savoy, Keys N Krates, Graves + Drezo                          6 p.m.                     $49.50-90

Walnut Room*- Yarn w/ Another Afternoon                       8 p.m.                   $15-20


Dickens Opera House (Longmont)- ‘Open Mic Night’ w/ Brian Rezac                7 p.m.

Pioneer Inn (Nederland)- ‘Open Jam: Boogie Nights’                     10 p.m.            FREE!!!!

St. Julien- Mountain Meadow String Band                      6:30-9:30 p.m.


Aggie Theatre- The Covz w/ Prestor John (CD Release)               Free-$10

Avogadro’s Number- Pouder River Irregulars                     4 p.m.               $10

Centerra @ Chapungu Sculpture Park (Loveland)- The Commoners                  7-9 p.m.

Monroe’s (Loveland)- Ryan Fourt Combo                   7 p.m.

Swing Station (LaPorte)- The Hooten Hallers w/ Burt Reynolds Mustache Ride            9 p.m.


Gothic Theatre*- Rebirth Brass Band                           $19.99-40

Marquis Theatre- American Aquarium w/ Ol Hickory + Smokestack Relics
8 p.m.                 $5-15

Oriental Theatre- Jen Korte & The Loss w/ Clarence Tilton                   9 p.m.

Quixote’s True Blue*- Play Dead + Ethan J. Perry                       $10

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Morrison)- Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ Los Lobos + North Mississippi All Stars                      7 p.m.               SOLD OUT!!!!

Soiled Dove- Marcus Miller                       7 p.m.                 $35-40

Soiled Dove- Marcus Miller                     10 p.m.                $35-45

Walnut Room- Jus’ Sayin’  w/ Von Disco                  8:30 p.m.                      $8-10


Dickens Opera House (Longmont)- Nina Storey w/ Matthew Moon              8:15 p.m.

Louisville*- Junior Brown                  6:30-9 p.m.                     FREE!!!!

Nissi’s (Lafayette)- Liz Barnez                    7:30 p.m.                 $12-14

St. Julien- Quemando                         6:30-9:30 p.m.


Aggie Theatre- Sevendust w/ Crobot, Against Himself + Red Tide Rising                   7 p.m.

Hodi’s Half Note- American Aquarium                $15-23

Moxi Theatre (Greeley)- The Epilogues ‘The Farewell Show’ w/ Slow Caves, Quentin, They Call Me Hero + Implicit Whispers                        $10


Arvada Center*- Reverend Horton Heat w/ Doug Kershaw                     7:30 p.m.            $20-35

Cervantes’ Other Side*- The Lonely Heart String Band w/ Mile High Express               $5-12

Dazzle Jazz- ‘Blues Night’ w/ Delta Sonics                      10:30 p.m.                       $5

Hudson Gardens* (Littleton)- Weird Al Yankovic                   7 p.m.                              $46

Larimer Lounge- Mitis w/ Toy Box + Mosis                         $12-15

Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox- ‘Brunch’ feat. Lost Dog Trio (Tom Waits tribute)
10:30 a.m.                 No Cover!!!!

Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox*- Dick Dale w/ Kerry Pastine & The Crime Scene                 9 p.m.

Oriental Theatre- Michael Hornbuckle Band /w Emilio Emilio + Michael Lee Clemmer Band                     8 p.m.                      $12

Quixote’s True Blue*- New Speedway Boogie w/ Intrepid Travellers + Home Fried Boogaloo                   9 p.m.                         $??

Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Morrison)- Slightly Stoopid w/ SOJA, Zion I, The Grouch & Eligh
7 p.m.                     $44.99


Boulder Theatre*- Loudon Wainwright III + Iris Dement                          8 p.m.            $25-32.50

Fox Theatre- Melvins w/ Helms Alee                     9 p.m.                      $26.50

Owsley’s Golden Road*- Play Dead                          7 p.m.                       $1


Aggie Theatre*- Reverend Horton Heat + The Melvins w/ Helms Alee                     8 p.m.

Mishawaka Amphitheatre (Bellvue)- The Railbenders w/ Goatz + Liz Barnez                 5 p.m.

Swing Station (LaPorte)- Jay Stott              4 p.m.                  FREE!!!!


Arvada Center- Asleep At The Wheel w/ Hot Club Of Cowtown               7:30 p.m.

City Park- Chris Daniels & The Kings w Freddi Gowdy                  6-8 p.m.                  FREE!!!!

Fiddlers Green*- Jeff Beck w/ Buddy Guy                      7:30 p.m.                 $39.50-79.50

Larimer Lounge- ‘Sunday BBQ Series’ w/ Reno Divorce, Straight Outta Luck, Wake The Bat, Granny Tweed + Landgrabbers                     2 p.m.                     $9

Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox- ‘Brunch’ feat. Lost Dog Trio (Tom Waits tribute)
10:30 a.m.                 No Cover!!!!

Paramount Theatre- Culture Club                   8 p.m.             Tickets Starting @ $49.50

Pepsi Center- Slipknot w/ Marilyn Manson + Of Mice & Men                6:30 p.m.
Tickets Starting @ $29.50

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Bellvue)- Michael Franti & Spearhead w/ Zella Day            6 p.m.


Boulder Theatre- Ms. Lisa Fischer & The Grand Baton w/ Dan Treanor’s Afrosippi Band feat. Erica Brown & MJ                       8 p.m.                   $25-35

Homemade Liquids & Solids (Longmont)- ‘Bluegrass Pick’                   12-3 p.m.



8/05-06 HINTERLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL @ Avenue Of The Saints Amphitheatre in St. Charles, IA.                                       2 Day Passes $95

  • 8/05 feat. Ray Lamontagne, Cold War Kids, Houndmouth + San Fermin
  • 8/06 feat. Willie Nelson, Grace Potter, Lake Street Dive, Shovels & Rope, Turnpike Troubadours, Hayes Carll, Pokey Lafarge, William Elliott Whitmore + Field Division

8/05-07 TELLURIDE JAZZ FEST @ Telluride Town Park
3-Day Pass $145       (camping and parking permits also available)

  • 8/05 feat. Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlmen, Marcus Miller, Galactic, Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton, John Scofield & Jon Cleary Duo, Jeff Coffin & The Mu’tet, Kermit Ruffins & The BBQ Swingers, Rebirth Brass Band, Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band w/ Jeff Coffin, Nigel Hall Band, Veronica Swift & The Eric Gunnison Trio, Sobredosis Del Sabor, Kevin McCarthy Trio, USAF Academy Band Falconaires, Telluride Student All-Stars Jazz Ensemble + Stillwater Allstars

8/05-07 VERTEX FESTIVAL @ Cottonwood Meadows in Buena Vista, CO.
Base Camp tickets $249.75

  • 8/05-07 feat. Odesza, Alabama Shakes, Trey Anastasio Band (2 Sets), Gramatik, Lettuce, Anderson.Paak & The Free Nationals, BadBadNotGood, Big Wild, Classixx, Dawes, Dopapod, Duke Dumont, Emancipator Ensemble, Fruition, Graham Nash, Hiatus Kaiyote, Houndmouth, Jai Wolf, Robert Delong, Rufus Du Sol, Ryan Hemsworth, Seven Lions, The Claypool Lennon Delirium, The Revivalists, Gold Room, Imagined Herbal Flows, Buckwheat Zydeco, Head For The Hills, Zach Heckendorf, The Drunken Hearts, Trout Steak Revival, Dreamers Delight, Eminence Ensemble, Jaden Carlson Band, Evanoff, Mama Magnolia, The Runnikine, Tortuga, Pizkil + Other Worlds

8/05-07 ARISE MUSIC FESTIVAL @ Sunrise Ranch in Loveland
$181.50      (Camping passes available)

  • 8/05-07 feat. Jurassic 5, Ziggy Marley, Hardworking Americans, Wildlight, The New Mastersounds, Del The Funky Homosapien, Phutureprimitive, The Travelin’ McCourys, Bluegrass Generals (feat. Chris Pandolfi & Andy Hall), Jeff Austin Band,  Fortunate Youth, Everyone Orchestra, Mike Love, Dirtwire feat. members of Beats Antique & Hamsa Lila, Govinda, Dimond Saints, The Expanders, Bridget & Bonnie (Elephant Revival), Euforquestra, Jennifer Hartswick, Natalie Cressman, Bass Physics, Ayla Nereo, SHEL, CloZee, Yamn, Gipsy Moon, Dynohunter, Dead Floyd, Musketeer Gripweed, Samuel J, T Sisters, Skydyed, Living Light, Earth Guardians, Supaman, Xerephine, Transition Theater, Chimney Choir, MIRAJA, We Dream Dawn, The Sweet Lillies, Blue Grama, DJ Taz Rashid, Lineage Music Project, Buddha Bomb, The Heartifact, Tierro, Totem, Fractal Tribe, Lunar Fire, Bibi McGill,  (3 more Headliners) + more…

8/06 CARBON VALLEY MUSIC & SPIRITS FESTIVAL @ Centennial Field in Dacono

  • 8/06 feat. Cracker, The Railbenders, Kerry Pastine & The Crime Scene, Goatz!, William’s Reserve, Mojo Academy Kids + more…                  2-10 p.m.


The first week of August will provide us with an eclectic mix of live music to hear along the Front Range. From free concerts to mountain festivals, there is something for everyone on this week’s list. As usual, I have marked the shows I recommend with an * after the venue’s name. Besides this list, check-out the Coming Attractions and Festival Time pages for a more extensive look at what’s happening over the next few months. That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!! Enjoy!!



This week’s list of new releases wasn’t an exceptionally long one, but there were still some good possibilities for a review. Buddy Miller, Karsh Kale and Sierra Hull, all have some quality albums out now, but my decision went to the Tedeschi Trucks Band. This band has increased its numbers to twelve members, counting Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks, so their sound has gotten even fuller.

The album starts with Susan getting soulful on “Anyhow”, about a love that is, no matter what happens. The backing vocals are harmonious and Derek puts in some subtle, but important touches.

“Laugh About It” starts with a Grateful Deadish vibe, but the vocal timing is more reminiscent of The Band’s “Life Is A Carnival”. Some soulful blues on this cut about perseverance with a healthy helping of sass.

The funk shows its face on “Don’t Know What It Means” that contains some killer lyrics and a lot attitude. When most of the instrumentation drops-out and all that’s left is horns, clapping and the chorus, the song goes to the Big Easy before hitting up the funk to finish-out the tune.

“Right On Time” features Mike Mattison on lead vocals for this tune that sounds like it came from mixing a beaker of The Beach Boys with a flask of Gogol Bordello. It is quite entertaining and hard to classify, which makes it that much more intriguing.

The title track has the vibe of the Allman Brothers Band going epic, with some terrific organ work and a stellar groove. The sentiment is a testament to anyone, who has felt like the stagnant impede the movement of the motivated.

“Just As Strange” strikes right away with a more acoustic southern rock vibe. For the first time on this album, I heard the distinct similarities between Susan Tedeschi’s vocal style and Bonnie Raitt’s.

The strings and the soul of “Crying Over You/ Swamp Raga For Hozapfel, Lefebvre, Flute & Harmonium) are instantly captivating. Mike Mattison’s voice is exceptional and Derek fills in all the spaces like a veteran of twice his years.

“Hear Me” has a little more of a singer/songwriter style with a stripped down energy. The song speaks of a love that is just meant to be with lyrics like “Baby, you must remember, we’re one in a million here”.

The upbeat soul of “I Want More”, sounds a little like The Vandellas or Shirelles, with some rock and roll guitar to balance the whole thing out.

The band returns to the New Orleans flavor to start “In Every Heart”, but it is more of a soul ballad with Susan seeming somewhat subdued to finish out the album.


I purchased the Deluxe version of “Let Me Get By” which came with 8 bonus cuts, totaling over 40 minutes.

This opened with an alternate mix of “Hear Me”, which in my opinion is the better of the two versions. The strings felt like they brought the song together and the playing seemed more free, than the album cut.

The alternate mix of “In Every Heart” sounds pretty similar to the original, except for the wonderfully, lengthy guitar solo.

I am not sure if the original Deluxe Edition would have contained “Oh, You Pretty Things!” if it hadn’t been for David Bowie’s passing a couple of weeks ago, but it is here, so I must enjoy it. It is really well done, with Susan and the piano to begin, but adding the whole band throughout.

“Just As Strange” is represented with a short alternative instrumental mix, which is extremely good.

“Satie Groove” is a slide guitar heavy example of that place where world music and the blues meet. It is impressive and sounds like something that Playing For Change would have recorded.

A live version of “Laugh About It” from the Beacon Theatre lets the song shine more than the one on the album, with some fierce guitar playing.

The live cover of “I Pity The Fool” by Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland is an excellent choice and has some incredible moments, which include every second Trucks was soloing.

The Tedeschi Trucks Band also recorded themselves covering Derek & The Dominos “Keep On Growing” live at The Beacon. This was a terrific way to cap-off over an hour and a half of amazing roots music.

This is a great offering from the Tedeschi Trucks Band, even if some of the best cuts were the bonus tracks. There are definitely times when it is pleasantly obvious, that this album was a collaborative, mostly live effort, at the studio behind Susan and Derek’s house.  Susan has some explosive moments when she goes rogue vocally, especially on “Don’t Know What It Means”, and that environment lends itself to that kind of free-form approach to the music. While “Let Me Get By” is a tight album, I would only go with the Deluxe Edition, because a couple of the alternate mixes are better than the album version and the live tracks are fantastic. I would recommend this album to fans of Bonnier Raitt, Dustbowl Revival and Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds. That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!! Enjoy!!




The last Friday of January brings a rather short list of new releases, especially when you consider how good last week’s list was. The big names, dropping new albums this week are the Tedeschi Trucks Band, Buddy Miller, Sierra Hull and Karsh Kale. There are a few other releases I am leaning toward, but only a little time and more sampling well tell.

  • Aubrie Sellers- “New City Blues”
  • Beneficence- “Basement Chemistry”
  • Black Tusk- “Pillars Of Ash”
  • Brimstone Coven- “Black Magic”
  • Buddy Miller- “Cayamo Sessions At Sea”
  • Bury Tomorrow- “Earthbound”
  • Florist- “The Birds Outside Sang”
  • Karsh Kale- “Up”
  • Milk Teeth- “Vile Child”
  • Nevermen- “Nevermen”
  • Sierra Hull- “Weighted Mind”
  • Tedeschi Trucks Band- “Let Me Get By”
  • The Crookes- “Lucky Ones”
  • Torae- “Entitled”
  • Walter Martin- “Arts & Leisure”

This is your list of new releases for this Friday, January 29th. It isn’t as long as last week’s, but it does have its high points. I will pick one of these albums to review and will post the review on Saturday. Check-back on Saturday to see which album I chose and to read my review. That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!!


1941- Tom Fogerty (guitarist w/ Creedence Clearwater Revival; “Down On The Corner”, “Fortunate Son”, “Leave The Light On” + more…; brother of John Fogerty; died in 1990)

Creedence Clearwater Revival w/ Tom Fogerty “Lookin Out My Back Door” video link here.

1943- Lee Graziano (member of American Breed; “Bend Me, Shape Me”)            72 yrs.
No Photo Available.

1948- Alan Gratzer (member of Reo Speedwagon; “Keep on Loving You”)           67 yrs.

1948- Joe Bouchard (bassist w/ Blue Oyster Cult; “Don’t Fear The Reaper”)       67 yrs.

Blue Oyster Cult w/ Joe Bouchard “Burnin For You” video link here.

1954- Dennis Stratton (guitarist w/ Iron Maiden; “Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter”)
61 yrs.

1960- Demetra Plakas (drummer w/ L7; “Pretend We’re Dead”)            55 yrs.

L7 w/ Demetra Palakas “Stuck Here Again” video link here.

1969- Sandra Denton a.k.a. Pepa (rapper w/ Salt-n-Pepa; “Shoop”, “Let’s Talk About Sex” + more… )                46 yrs.

1970- Susan Tedeschi (blues singer/songwriter/guitarist; “Hurts So Bad”; member of Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ her husband, Derek Trucks; “Love Has Something Else To Say”)
45 yrs.

Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ Susan Tedeschi
“Midnight In Harlem” live video link here.

1977- Mark Andrews a.k.a. Sisqo (singer/performer; “Thong Song”)          38 yrs.

These are your birthdays for today, along with video links for a few of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!



1940- Nancy Sinatra (actress/singer; “These Boots Are Made For Walking”; daughter of Frank Sinatra)       75 yrs.

Nancy Sinatra “These Boots are

Nancy Sinatra “These Boots Are Made For Walkin” video link here.

1940- Sherman Garnes (member of Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers; “Why Do Fools Fall In Love”; died in 1977)

και Sherman Garnes,

1941- Clarence Haskins (member of Funkadelic)       74 yrs.

Clarence "Fuzzy" Haskins

1942- Chuck Negron (vocals w/ Three Dog Night; “Mama Told Me Not To Come”)
73 yrs.

Happy Birthday to Chuck Negron

Three Dog Night w/ Chuck Negron “Celebrate” live video link here.

1944- Boz Skaggs (singer/guitaist; member of The Marksmen + The Wigs; solo)        71 yrs.

Joining Lear is Boz Scaggs.

Boz Skaggs “Lowdown” live video link here.

1947- Mick Box (guitar w/ Uriah Heep)          68 yrs.

Mick Box

1953- Bonnie Tyler (singer; “Total Eclipse Of The Heart”) 62 yrs.

Bonnie Tyler singing Total

1960- Mick Hucknall (singer + songwriter w/ Simply Red; “Holding Back The Years”)
55 yrs.


Simply Red w/ Mick Hucknall “Money’s Too Tight (Too Mention)” video link here.

1962- Nick Rhodes (keyboards w/ Duran Duran)          53 yrs.

Nick Rhodes

Duran Duran w/ Nick Rhodes “The Reflex” video link here.

1965- Rob Pilatus (one half of Milli Vanilli; “Blame It On The Rain”; died in 1998)

Musician Rob Pilatus of Milli

1977- Kanye West (hip-hop artist/producer; “Gold Digger”)          38 yrs.

a challenge to Kanye West

1979- Derek Trucks (guitarist w/ Allman Brothers, The Derek Trucks Band, Soul Stew Revival + Tedeschi-Trucks Band; was performing on stage by 9, headlining at 11, + at 15 he had his own touring band; has played w/ Eric Clapton, Santana + more; voted #16 on Rolling Stones top 100 guitarists of all time) 36 yrs.

File:DEREK TRUCKS Liri Blues

The Derek Trucks Band “Sahib Teri Bandi” live video link here.

These are your birthdays for today, along with video links for some of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!


Music To Hear 6/08 – 6/14: BOOKER T. JONES, TEDESCHI TRUCKS & More


Hodi’s Half Note- ‘Stand-Up Comedy’ @7 p.m. ; ‘Funk Jam’ @ 10 p.m.           FREE!!!!


Quixote’s True Blue*- Joey Porter’s Vital Organ             9 p.m.          $5


Pourhouse (Loveland)- ‘Open Jazz Jam’ w/ The Pourhouse Jazz Trio             7:30 p.m.


Quixote’s True Blue- ‘Open Stage/ $2 Tuesday Dead’               8 p.m.


Nissi’s* (Lafayette)- ‘Hazel Miller’s Blues Fest’ feat. Nalani                   7:30 p.m.           $8-10


Avogadro’s Number- ‘Bluegrass Wednesdays’ feat. FREE Bluegrass Show           7-8:30 p.m.;
open jam follows

Mishawaka Amphitheatre (Spokesbuzz Lounge)- Hayes Carll w/ Ginger Whale
8 p.m.                $25


Ogden Theatre*- D’Angelo & The Vanguard w/ Meg Mac               $82.50

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Morrison)- Barenaked Ladies w/ Violent Femmes + Colin Hay
7:30 p.m.              $??


Four Mile Historic Park- Clay Kirkland & Al Chesis + Delta Sonics                 6:30 p.m.             $10

Fox Theatre*- Butch Walker w/ Jonathan Tyler + The Dove & The Wolf             8 p.m.            $25-27

St. Julien- Moors & McCumber                 6:30-9:30 p.m.


Cervantes’ Otherside- ‘Pickin On Zeppelin’ feat. Ragged Union + Useful Jenkins (late set) w/ Jalbatross + Fireside Collective (patio set)                          Free- $10

Daniels Hall- Hayes Carll w/ Solomon Cook                8 p.m.                    $27-29

Dazzle Jazz- ‘Artist In Residence w/ Adam Bodine                10:30 p.m.                 FREE!!!!

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Morrison)- Brit Floyd ‘The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show’
8 p.m.                          $45


Dickens Opera House (Longmont)- ‘Thursday Open Mic’                 7 p.m.              FREE!!!!

Fox Theatre*- The Nth Power w/ Yojimbo               8:30 p.m.                  $12.50-17


Aggie Theatre*- Paa Kow Band w/ Punch Drunk Munky Funk            $7

Avogadro’s Number- The T-Band Bluegrass Show             5:30-7:30 p.m.           FREE!!!!

Civic Center Park- ‘The Taste Of Fort Collins’ feat. Andy Grammer, Rumours Follow + The Good Time Travelers                  5-9 p.m.                 $5-10

Mishawaka Amphitheatre* (Bellvue)- Hot Buttered Rum + Roosevelt Collier’s Colorado Get Down w/ Dead Winter Carpenters                 8 p.m.        $20-40

Moxi Theatre (Greeley)- ‘Greeley Blues Jam: Friday Fest w/ Ben Pu & Crew, Delta Sonics + more…                   FREE!!!!


Bluebird Theatre- Futurebirds w/ Gun Street Ghost + Whiskey Hitchers              $16

Cervantes’ Otherside*- ‘Schools Out’ feat/ Allen Aucoin (Disco Biscuits), Todd Smallie (JJ Grey & Mofro) & David Murphy (Seven Arrows) w/ members of Fox Street, Analog Son, Ryan Bingham Band, Tiger Party, Kinetix, O-Neb, Atomga, Filthy Children, Ableminds + more…

Dazzle Jazz- Scott Amendola Quartet w/ Ben Goldberg, Dave Devine + Paul McDaniel
7 + 9 p.m.                    $12-20

Larimer Lounge*- The Nth Power w/ Yojimbo + Hamhock              9 p.m.                          $15

Quixote’s True Blue*- California Voodoo (Widespread Panic tribute)                 9 p.m.

Soiled Dove*- Booker T. Jones                 8 p.m.                     $30-40

Walnut Room- Milkdrive (CD release) w/ Coal Town Reunion                  8 p.m.                $12

The 1Up*- Jaden Carlson Band w/ special guests              $5


Chautauqua Auditorium*- Keller Williams & The Keels                 8 p.m.               $30-55

Fox Theatre*- The Barr Brothers w/ Roadkill Ghost Choir              9 p.m.            $15-19

St. Julien*- Selasse & The FaFa Family                  6:30-9:30 p.m.


Aggie Theatre- Two Cow Garage w/ Chad Price (All/ Drag The River), Sour Boy Bitter Girl, Michael Dean Damron + Lanedecay                    $10

Civic Center Park- ‘The Taste Of Fort Collins’ feat. Atlas Genius, AMZY, The Mowgli’s, Kerry Pastine & The Crime Scenes, Modern Suspects, Aspen Hourglass, Winchester Holiday, Hog MaGundy, Grayson Erhard + Over The Counter                     11:30 a.m.- 9 p.m.          $5-10

Hodi’s Half Note- Hog MaGundy w/ special guest                   $5-13

Island Grove Arena* (Greeley)- ‘Greeley Blues Jam’ feat. Delbert McClinton, Elvin Bishop, Jimmy Hall w/ My Blue Sky, Jason Ricci & Bad Kind, Josh Hoyer & The Shadowboxers, Boogie Boys, Austin Young feat. Michaela Rae & Friends, Maynard Mills Blues Band, George Whitesell & His All Stars feat. Jill Watkins, The Burroughs + The Frails (All Female Review) feat. Erica Brown, MJ, G’Jai, Michaela Rae, Miss Audrey & Susan Phelan
11 a.m.- 11 p.m.                  $25-30

Monroe’s Lounge (Loveland)- ‘Piano Bar Saturdays’               8 p.m.


Bluebird Theatre- Donavan Frankenreiter w/ Dave Tarkin

Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom*- ‘Official LoHi After Party’ feat. Hot Buttered Rum & Friends w/ Kung Fu, The Malah + very special guests TBA                   (dual venue)
$50 event + after party pass

Cervantes’ Otherside*- ‘Official LoHi After Party’             (dual venue)

Dazzle Jazz*‘Blues Night’ w/ Delta Sonics                 10:30 p.m.                $5

Herman’s Hideaway*- The Samples w/ Tomahawk Fox, Lola Rising + The Humbuckers
6:30 p.m.                   $12

Highland Tap & Burger*- ‘LoHi Music Festival’ feat. The Infamous Stringdusters (2 Sets), Kung Fu, Hot Buttered Rum, Roosevelt Collier’s Colorado Get Down feat. members of The Motet, The Malah, Joey Porter’s Vital Organ + Vine Street Vibes          11:30 a.m.- 10 p.m.

Oriental Theatre- Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars w/ Defy You Stars           CANCELLED!!!!

Quixote’s True Blue*- California Voodoo (Widespread Panic tribute)                $15

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Morrison)- Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings + Doyle Bramhall II                       7 p.m.                   $52.50

Summit Music Hall- Sepultura w/ Destruction, Arsis, The Last Ten Seconds Of Life + Starkill                          $22-25


Chautauqua Auditorium*- The Weepies               8 p.m.              $25-45

Dickens Opera House (Longmont)- Blak ‘Out (Scorpions tribute) + Maiden Denver
8 p.m.                     $8

Fox Theatre- Pete Pidgeon + Arcoda & The Way Down Wanderers w/ Mama Magnolia
9 p.m.                     $10-12

South Pearl Street*- ‘Brewgrass: South Pearl Street Music Fest’ feat. Nora Jane Struthers & Party Line, Dead Winter Carpenters, The Ragbirds, Blackberry Bushes String Band, Halden Wofford & The Hi Beams + Blue Grama                     12-10 p.m.                $10


Civic Center Park- ‘The Taste Of Fort Collins’ feat. Smash Mouth, Filthy T, Ryan Chrys & The Rough Cuts, Filthy Children, Mama Lenny & The Remedy, Von Stomper, Ivory Circle, The 14ers + Cody Jeffryes                  12-8 p.m.                $5-10


Dickens Opera House (Longmont)- ‘Blues & BBQ’ feat. Felonius Smith              FREE!!!!


6/12-14 SNOWMASS MAMMOTH FESTIVAL* @ Snowmass Village Mall + Snowmass Town Park          Friday is FREE!!!! Saturday Pass $55      Sunday Pass $55       2-Day Pass $85-100

  • 6/12 feat. Whitewater Ramble + Old Man Canyon           6-9 p.m.
  • 6/13 feat.. Greensky Bluegrass, The Lone Bellow, Jamestown Revival, The Barr Brothers + Tallgrass             2-10 p.m.
  • 6/14 feat. Tedeschi Trucks Band, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Doyle Bramhall II, Donavon Frankenreiter, The Cave Singers, Futurebirds + Roadkill Ghost Choir 12-10 p.m.

6/12-14 PALISADE BLUEGRASS & ROOTS FESTIVAL* @ Riverbend Park in Palisade                 ticket packages $35-150

  • 6/12 feat. Trout Steak Revival, Taarka, Chain Station + Free The Honey                 4-10 p.m.
  • 6/13 feat. Jackie Greene, Hayes Carll, The Steel Wheels, Milk Drive + Dirty Bourbon River Show            11 a.m.- 9:30 p.m.
  • 6/14 feat. Elephant Revival, Aiofe O’Donovan Band, Dead Winter Carpenter’s + The Appleseed Collective              11 a.m.- 7 p.m.

Next week doesn’t have as many shows as other weeks, but is full of tremendous live music to catch along the Front Range, including a couple of excellent festivals in the area and beyond. I have to make the recommendations for either the Greeley Blues Jam for the blues lover inside or LoHi Music Festival in Denver for the jam fans. Both are all day events on Saturday, so unfortunately you can’t do both. As usual, I have marked the shows I recommend with an * after the venue name. For more amazing shows and festivals coming over the next few months check-out the Coming Attractions and Festival Time pages. That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!!!! Enjoy!!


Album Review: “KBCO: STUDIO C VOL. 26” RELEASED ON 12/06!!

On Satrurday morning, Boulder’s own ‘World Class Rock’ station, KBCO 97.3 fm, released the 26th installments of ‘Studio C’. Studio C is the stations intimate live setting, where many artists perform every year on their way through Colorado. These performances are often a little more stripped down than their normal appearances, which is one of the things that make these versions sought after. So, every year the station compiles various tracks from various artists and release it on the first Saturday of December. The pressings are limited and the proceeds go to the Boulder AIDs Project and Food Bank Of The Rockies, which is why droves of people line-up before daylight to get their CDs when they go on sale at 8 a.m. This year had KBCO teaming up with Whole Foods locations for the sale. With unseasonably warm temperatures Saturday morning, the crowds were out at the twenty participating locations with less layers than in years past. With eighteen tracks from artists ranging from Jake Bugg to The Fray, I was anxious to hear what this years compilation had to offer.

The Oh Hellos “Hello My Old Heart”- though this song was overplayed for quite awhile, since it hasn’t been on the air as much lately it is easier to listen to now. I love this more-rootsy feel and the spirited build at the end.

Passenger “Let Her Go”- I maybe liked this song for a second, before it saturated the radio with its mediocre music and generic sound. This version really doesn’t stray from the original, which makes me wonder why waste the space on the CD?

American Authors “Best Day Of My Life”- I will never be convinced that this band ever had any business on KBCO. This is a horrible song, with little to set it apart for other cheesy pop-rock on the radio. It seems like it got its airplay because of its stompy sound that is not very original anymore.

Tedeschi Trucks Band “Midnight In Harlem”- this is when Volume 26 gained my interest. This song is getting a fair amount of play in other avenues, but with Susan Tedeschi’s honest/soulful vocals and Derek Trucks’ timeless playing this one is made for continuous wear and tear.

 Iron & Wine “Tree By The River”- kind of has a Wings era Paul McCartney tune, just stripped down enough to work in the singer/songwriter vein.

Jake Bugg “Lightning Bolt”- I really like the Dylan-esque vibe of Jake, but this song has been so abused by radio and commercials that it has become hard to listen too. This version isn’t a far cry from the radio version, so it isn’t a must have.

Ingrid Michaelson “Girls Chase Boys”- I dig her vocal talents. She has a 70’s folk singer gone poppy in the 80’s and though the song is catchy, that is only because it is mostly Top 40, not “World Class Rock”.

David Gray “Back In The World Again”- David sings with conviction and gives himself over to the music. His sound is singer/songwriter if Coldplay was playing behind him. Not my favorite of all of his songs, but I really like this version.

Ed Sheeran “The A Team”- I didn’t like this one from the first time I heard it. Sounds like it could be a hundred other artists trying their hands at the folk singer genre, It is interesting how much time mainstream radio is spending on him, but how I haven’t heard his name on public radio, which is usually the vehicle for good singer/songwriter types.

St. Paul & The Broken Bones “Call Me”- I got a hold of their album, the day it was released, which was a couple months before I heard KBCO talk about them. However, I am impressed that they have gotten, at least, a little airplay by the station and that they are on “Studio C Volume 26”.

The Lumineers “Stubborn Love”- this song is good, despite how it has saturated the airwaves. This rendition, seems as though it could have been played on the streets of downtown Denver, because of its bare bones vibe not the quality.

Paolo Nutini “Let Me Down Easy”- This is a bluesy soul number, that makes me think of Terrence Trent D’arby if he were singing a Robert Cray tune.

The Fray “Break Your Plans”- I know they are Colorado boys, but I am not a huge fan. This song is not overplayed, which makes it much more listenable.

The Head & The Heart “Another Story”- I am fairly fond of their music and dig this song, especially since I’ve never heard it on the radio before.

Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Beautiful World”- one of the more rocking tunes I’ve heard on any volumes of “Studio C”. Not my favorite of all of their tunes, but it still makes for a nice cut for the compilation.

Lana Del Rey “Video Games”- this tune is quite moody and not a tune I care for or can relate to.

Ziggy Marley “I Don’t Wanna Live On Mars”- I am a big fan of Ziggy’s latest release, but this is the most poppy of the tracks on his album. This version is stripped down in the right ways to give it a more rootsy reggae feel.

Conor Oberst “Sausalito”- it has a singer/songwriter quality that meets something more rootsy like Poi Dog Pondering. This is another one that I can’t recall having heard on the radio, so it is more fun to hear, now.

Of the last few years, “KBCO: Studio C Volume 26” is one of the best. I have been collecting these compilations since the eleventh and have heard a few of the other CDs before and I get how treasured this series is. It was another fun, social experience standing with a bunch of other folks, who are obviously music fans, as well. Hope You Were There!! Enjoy!!



1941- Tom Fogerty (guitarist w/ Creedence Clearwater Revival; “Down On The Corner”, “Fortunate Son”, “Leave The Light On” + more…; brother of John Fogerty; died in 1990)

Creedence Clearwater Revival w/ Tom Fogerty “Lookin Out My Back Door” video link here.

1943- Lee Graziano (member of American Breed; “Bend Me, Shape Me”)            71 yrs.
No Photo Available.

1948- Alan Gratzer (member of Reo Speedwagon; “Keep on Loving You”)           66 yrs.

1948- Joe Bouchard (bassist w/ Blue Oyster Cult; “Don’t Fear The Reaper”)       66 yrs.


Blue Oyster Cult w/ Joe Bouchard “Burnin For You” video link here.

1954- Dennis Stratton (guitarist w/ Iron Maiden; “Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter”)
60 yrs.

1960- Demetra Plakas (drummer w/ L7; “Pretend We’re Dead”)            54 yrs.

L7 w/ Demetra Palakas “Stuck Here Again” video link here.

1969- Sandra Denton a.k.a. Pepa (rapper w/ Salt-n-Pepa; “Shoop”, “Let’s Talk About Sex” + more… )                45 yrs.

1970- Susan Tedeschi (blues singer/songwriter/guitarist; “Hurts So Bad”; member of Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ her husband, Derek Trucks; “Love Has Something Else To Say”)
44 yrs.

Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ Susan Tedeschi
“Midnight In Harlem” live video link here.

1977- Mark Andrews a.k.a. Sisqo (singer/performer; “Thong Song”)          37 yrs.

These are your birthdays for today, along with video links for a few of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!


Music To Hear 7/21- 7/27: POLYPHONIC SPREE, MARCIA BALL & More…


Hodi’s Half Note- Free Comedy @ 7 p.m. ; ‘Funk Jam’ presents Led Zeppelin @ 10 p.m.        FREE!!!!


Ogden Theatre- Jurassic 5 w/ Dilated Peoples, Beat Junkies + MC Supernatural       8 p.m.        $40

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Morrison)- Nine Inch Nails + Soundgarden w/ ONEOHTRIX Point Never         7 p.m.      $63.50- 117.65


Homemade Liquids & Solids (Longmont)- ‘Electric Blues Jam’
7-10 p.m.

Tasty Weasel (Longmont)- ‘Open Stage’ w/ Prairie Scholars    6-8 p.m.


Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre (Greenwood Village)- Foreigner + Styx w/ Don Felder         6:30 p.m.         $25-79.50

Ogden Theatre- Jurassic 5 w/ Dilated Peoples, Beat Junkies + MC Supernatural       8 p.m.        $40

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Morrison)- Nine Inch Nails + Soundgarden w/ ONEOHTRIX Point Never         7 p.m.      $63.50- 117.65


Boulder Theatre*- Hard Working Americans + Jason Isbell     $32.50-35

Dickens Opera House (Longmont)- The Prairie Scholars    6 p.m.

Laughing Goat Coffee House- Soul Explosion       8 p.m.

Oskar Blues Grill & Brew (Lyons)- ‘Bluegrass Pick’      8-11 p.m.

Pioneer Inn (Nederland)- ‘Open Mic’   8 p.m.   feat. TBA @ 10 p.m.

St. Julien Hotel- Kort McCumber       6:30-9:30 p.m.


 Aggie Theatre- Low End Theory feat. members of Trichome    FREE!!!!

Hodi’s Half Note- Mosey West w/ New Madrid, Roadkill Ghost Choir + Dee Tyler       $5-12


Ogden Theatre*- Hardworking Americans + Jason Isbell     8 p.m.   $30

Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Morrison)- Dierks Bentley w/ Chris Young, Chase Rice + Jon Pardi        7 p.m.       SOLD OUT!!!!

Soiled Dove- The Fixx ‘By Request Tour’       8 p.m.        $25-40


Dickens Opera House (Longmont)- Danny Shafer         6 p.m.    FREE!!!!

Fox Theatre- Nunchuck feat. Chuck Morris of Lotus w/ Bill Smith + Hog MaGundy       $12-16

Pioneer Inn (Nederland)- ‘Blues Jam’      10 p.m.     FREE!!!!


Avogadro’s Number*- ‘Dead Jam’     9 p.m.     FREE!!!!

Avogadro’s Number- ‘Rockygrass Kick-off Party’ w/ Town Mountain + Jeff & Christina Union      8 p.m.       $10

Hodi’s Half Note- ‘Acoustic Showcase’ w/ Wolf Van Elfamnd of Von Stomper, Jared Janzen of Blue Taboo, Robin Lewis of Free Range Pickens, Brian Zoran of Flora Way + Mike Finnders of Finnders & Youngberg      $5-10


Dazzle Jazz- ‘Artist In Residence’ Soul Explosion      10:30 p.m.

Marquis Theatre*- 7 Seconds w/ The Copyrights + Potato Pirates   $15

Summit Music Hall*- Filter, Helmet + Local H      $20-23


eTown Hall*- Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn w/ Foy Vance (live radio show taping)      7-9 p.m.      SOLD OUT!!!!

Fox Theatre- Turkuaz + Garrett Sayers Trio       $12-16

Oskar Blues Grill & Brew (Lyons)- Long Road Home       8-10:30 p.m.


Aggie Theatre- Robert Earl Keen w/ special guests      $22

Hodi’s Half Note- Policulture w/ Roots In Volution      $3-5


Arvada Center (Arvada)- Pat Metheny Unity Group     7:30 p.m.

Bluebird Theatre- Red Wanting Blue + The Alternate Routes w/ Strange Americans      $12

Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom*- ‘Funk Your Face Fest’ feat. Juno What?, Kung Fu, Euforquestra, Turkuaz + Elephant Wrecking Ball
7 p.m.      $15-20     Dual Venue          Patio Set w/ Punch Drunk Munky Funk    7-9 p.m.

Cervantes’ Otherside*- Dual Venue     (see above)

Dazzle Jazz- ‘Friday 10 p.m. Social’ w/ Liebermonster     10:30 p.m.

Mile High Station- ‘Denver Summer Brew Fest’ feat. Good Gravy
7 p.m.      $30-35

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Morrison)- Tedeschi Trucks Band w/ Gary Clark Jr. + Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers       6:30 p.m.

Swallow Hill* (@Daniels Hall)- Marcia Ball      8 p.m.      $29-31

Walnut Room- Town Mountain + Weatherman       8 p.m.      $12


CyclHOPS (Longmont)- The Prairie Scholars       7:30- 10 p.m.

Dickens Opera House (Longmont)- Sammy Dee        8 p.m.     $5

Planet Bluegrass* (Lyons)- ‘Rockygrass Festival’ feat. Ricky Skaggs & Bruce Hornsby w/ Kentucky Thunder, Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn, Peter Rowan, John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band, Della Mae, Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge + The Railsplitters            SOLD OUT!!!!


Avogadro’s Number- Elmer Funk        8 p.m.         $10

Mishawaka Amphitheatre* (Bellvue)- ‘Funk Your Face Fest’ feat. Kung Fu, Juno What?, Eufoquestra + Punch Drunk Munky Funk        8 p.m.    $20-25

Moxi Theatre (Greeley)- The Burroughs w/ special guests    $8-10


Bluebird Theatre- Rally Round The Family (Rage Against The Machine tribute) performing self-titled debut w/ Jonah Wisneski performing MTV’s Unplugged      $10

Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom*- ‘Pickin On Cervantes’ feat. Pickin On Phish feat. Andy Thorn of Leftover Salmon + members of Dead Phish Orchestra w/ Mile High Express   Dual Venue     5 p.m.    $5 early bird

Cervantes’ Otherside*-  Dual Venue      (see above)

Dazzle Jazz- ‘Blues Night’ w/ Delta Sonics      7-10 p.m.      $5

Gothic Theatre*- Courtyard Hounds      8 p.m.      $32.50

Herman’s Hideaway- Lion Soujahs w/ Mono Verde, Sol Authority, Roka Hueka        7:30 p.m.      $5

Soiled Dove*- The Polyphonic Spree w/ Sarah Jaffe     8 p.m.   $25-40


Fox Theatre- ‘Disco Inferno: A Tribute to Michael Jackson, Donna Summer + more…)       $5-7

Planet Bluegrass* (Lyons)- ‘Rockygrass Festival’ feat. Alison Krauss & Union Station feat. Jerry Douglas, Steep Canyon Rangers, Uncle Earl, Noam Pikelny & Stuart Duncan, Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands, Town Mountain + Pert Near Sandstone                SOLD OUT!!!!

Pioneer Inn (Nederland)- Papa Juke      10 p.m.    FREE!!!!

Tasty Weasel (Longmont)- Conally & Ramey      4:30-6:30 p.m.


Denver Botanic Gardens*- Steep Canyon Rangers + Head For The Hills
7 p.m.      $54

Paramount Theatre- Tori Amos      7:30 p.m.    tickets starting @ $39

Red Rocks Amphitheatre*- Indigo Girls + Mary Chapin Carpenter w/ Colorado Symphony      7 p.m.       $39.95- 59.50

Soiled Dove- Roger Clyne w/ Jim Dalton       7 p.m.    $20-25


CHUBurger (Longmont)- Danny Shafer       5-7 p.m.

Homemade Liquids & Solids (Longmont)- ‘Bluegrass Pick’    12-3 p.m.

Oskar Blues Grill & Brew (Lyons)- Bonnie & The Bluegrass Clydes
12-3 p.m.

Planet Bluegrass* (Lyons)- ‘Rockygrass Festival’ feat. Sam Bush Bluegrass Band, Hot Rize, Darol Anger’s Big Chill feat. Tony Trischka, James King Band, Matt Flinner Trio, Balsam Range + The Watergirls (gospel set)          SOLD OUT!!!!



7/25-27 OYSTER RIDGE  MUSIC FEST ‘Wyoming’s Largest Free Music Festival’ in Kemmerer, WY.       11 a.m.- 12 a.m. Friday and Saturday       9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Sunday

  • 7/25 feat. Will Evans Band, Fruition, Mike Mangione & The Union, Hit & Run Bluegrass, David Luning + Robin Kessinger & Robert Shafer
  • 7/26 feat. 7 Nations, Red Wanting Blue, Will Evans Band, Mike Mangione & The Union, Charlie Parr, Robin Kessinger & Robert Shafer + ‘The Infamous Bandscramble’
  • 7/27 feat. The Coffis Brothers, Screen Door Porch, Robin Kessinger & Robert Shafer, ‘Finger & Flatpick State Competition’

These are the best shows and festivals for next week. There is some fantastic live music coming to the area, so get out and see some!! That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!! Enjoy!!