Black Dog Saloon

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The Black Dog Saloon in New Castle, Colorado is the locals' favorite place for dinner, cocktails and great live music!

Feeding Giants
Dec
1
7:30 PM19:30

Feeding Giants

Feeding Giants is a acoustic based band. This multi genre group performs acoustic versions of covers as well as many originals. With their smooth sweet harmonies, acoustic melodies and unique sound, Feeding Giants brings a relaxing intense musical experience enjoyed by all and is sure to bring a smile to your face.

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Clyde and the Milltailers
Dec
9
7:30 PM19:30

Clyde and the Milltailers

Clyde and the Milltailers is a Colorado based Alternative Folk trio that is influenced by early American music, history and folklore. Formed in Grand Junction Colorado By Steve “Clyde” Kilcrease and David Rowley in early 2014.
The group's name being a local reference to radioactive uranium mill tailings that were used as foundation fill and sidewalks in their home town that at the time were not yet known to be dangerously radioactive.
The group has grown and shrunk since its original formation, recently adding percussionist Bryan Wachs as well as hosting several other artist out of Colorado and Utah including Nick Carter, Will Munger, Alayna Adamson, Marissa Sendejas and Micha Butler. In April of 2014 the Band released their first full length album though Fusion Audio Solutions in Grand Junction.

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John Noel and Jeff Sauer
Dec
22
7:30 PM19:30

John Noel and Jeff Sauer

Long-time Roaring Fork Valley musicians, John Noel and Jeff Sauer have reunited for the 2017 concert season, bringing their unique blend of country, rock and Americana to the stages of western Colorado. 

Noel, with his skillful guitar work and pure voice reminiscent of the Eagles and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Sauer, with his uncomparable harmonica licks, are sure to provide an engaging musical experience not to be missed.

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Roots & Rhythm
Dec
29
7:30 PM19:30

Roots & Rhythm

The Roots & Rhythm band ignites hearts and propels feet to the dance floor by performing jump blues and swing, 50’s rock n’ roll and New Orleans funk and soul. 

Plenty of spicy original music is blended with classic crowd pleasers from Brian Setzer, James Brown, The Meters, T-Bone Walker, Louis Jordan, Albert King, Buddy Guy, 
and BB King.

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Roots & Rhythm
Feb
9
9:30 PM21:30

Roots & Rhythm

Roots and Rhythm Band: soulful vocals & guitar of James Speiser. Walter Holland out of Baton Rouge lights up the crowd with his tenor sax. A tight knit group of seasoned players sounds authentic and original.

James Speiser comes from a musical family and a mother who sang opera music. He studied classical music as a boy and jazz in school. He became interested in blues and jazz from Austin City Limits on PBS, KUVO 89.3 The Jazz Oasis and seeing great Denver musicians in the clubs and restaurants. 

James has grown to become one of Denver's finest band-leaders and is respected in the Denver music scene.

 

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David Booker
Mar
22
7:30 PM19:30

David Booker

David Booker is a 3 time Best Of Westword winner based in Denver Colorado.  Originally from Manchester U.K, he grew up listening to Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley and from there his musical world opened up as he explored music that moved him over the years.   He has backed two Rock n' Roll Hall of Famers, Bo Diddley and Del Shannon, as well as Dr John, Solomon Burke, Rufus Thomas, Sir Mack Rice (writer of Mustang Sally), Billy J Kramer and Dave (The Crying Game ) Berry.  He's opened for Los Lobos, John Mayall, Albert Collins, Koko Taylor, A.C Reed and many other Legends of The Blues.
David moved to Colorado in 1981 and has been playing music full time ever since.

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Alex Culbreth
Nov
17
7:30 PM19:30

Alex Culbreth

Touring alt-country/blues one-man-band, Alex Culbreth, has played with acts such as John Moreland, Hayes Carll, Shakey Graves, Corb Lund, The Steel Wheels, Chris Knight and Joe Buck.  Alex will be touring through Western Colorado and stopping in New Castle for a night of good fun and great music!

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Pam & Dan
Nov
10
7:30 PM19:30

Pam & Dan

Light hearted and fun this duo is perfect for smaller venues and parties.  They play favorite Colorado style folk covers from John Denver, CSNY, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Eagles, Doby Gray and many more.  The duo also features inspired original songs by Dan Rosenthal. You will love the mood this duo brings to any event!

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Roots & Rhythm
Nov
3
7:30 PM19:30

Roots & Rhythm

The Roots & Rhythm band ignites hearts and propels feet to the dance floor by performing jump blues and swing, 50’s rock n’ roll and New Orleans funk and soul. 

Plenty of spicy original music is blended with classic crowd pleasers from Brian Setzer, James Brown, The Meters, T-Bone Walker, Louis Jordan, Albert King, Buddy Guy, 
and BB King.
 

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Jill Cohn
Oct
21
7:00 PM19:00

Jill Cohn

A Radio Station recently called a concert with Jill Cohn "an evening of Folk Americana Bliss".  Her Soul-Stirring Voice in combination with lush arrangements of toe tapping road stories had the Los Feliz Journal (Los Angeles, CA) naming her "Beautiful I Love You" album a top 10 indie pick of the year.

2016 finds Miss Cohn in the middle of a break out year as she continues touring in support of her new single, "Honey Dear" which has been charting for 31 weeks on Americana Radio.  The single is from her new CD entitled "Heartstrings Touching Ground" which is receiving accolades from radio and press nation wide, with some stating that this album may be "Cohn's most important release to date". 

    "Heartstrings Touching Ground" was produced and recorded by Grammy Award Winning Producer Malcolm Burn who has credits with Bob Dylan, Daniel Lanois  and is best known for his  production on "Red Dirt Girl", by EmmyLou Harris.

   After receiving a live version of Jill's song, "Yellow  Rose" which is about the struggles of the common man  against corporate America, Burns invited the Seattle  Songstress to record with him  in his studio in upstate New York late last year. This collaboration has resulted in a stunning new collection of deeply personal songs with a universal message of hope.  

Burns created a one of a kind musical soundscape for these songs and while he is credited for backing vocals, guitars, piano, bass, the way his sonic layers embrace the masterful drumming of Manuel Quintana and Cohn's emotive vocals, can only be summed up as, "Art - Produced by Malcolm Burn".

While on tour in support of her 2012 Self-produced release,"Beautiful I Love You", the Song, "Yellow Rose" came to Cohn after a chance meeting with a family at a truck stop. "They were migrating to the West Coast in search of work", says Cohn, "and their story became one that I had to tell as there are so many people like them, who simply haven't 'recovered' their lives since the downturn in 2008". Deeply touched by the response from audiences who heard the "Yellow Rose" song live, and consequently shared their own stories with Cohn, the songstress realized that she herself should step out of her own economic insecurities and reach a little further by seeking the right setting for the song to be recorded. Through Cohn's earlier work with Engineer-Producer, Jim Watts (Window To the Wise 2000, Traveling Companion 2005, Mexico City 2008, Beautiful I Love you 2012), a connection was made with Burns and the song was sent out for the possibility of a collaboration.

The "Heartstrings Touching Ground" album is diverse in subject and music, and while it observes some social issues like economic inequality and immigration, there is a light hearted love story to the album with songs like "Honey Dear" and "Missouri" that have inspired many folks to get up and dance at Jill's live shows.  Even with all of Heartstrings' layers and lyrics, Cohn's soothing voice leads the way through the song cycle that leaves the listener with a sense of hope that even in the worst of times there is music and light that penetrates all dark corners.

Cohn's songs pay homage to artists like Joni Mitchell, Sarah McLachlan and the Counting Crows, with tunes ranging from personal reflections to musical contemplations of social issues, love and spirituality. Raised in a small town in Eastern Washington, Cohn started singing before she started talking, and music has always been an integral part of her journey. A full-time musician since 1999, Cohn has released many critically-acclaimed independent releases, has gained notoriety with her songs placed in popular TV shows and continues making her live shows the centerpiece of her musical endeavors. In addition to being an endorsee of Taylor Guitars and Elixir Strings since 2001, she was a top five finalist in the Lilith Fair Talent Search, Jewel's Soul City Cafe and has shared the stage with many artists including: Jewel, Dave Matthews, Cheryl Wheeler, and most recently at two Sold out Concerts in California opening for the "Godfather of Americana Music"- David Bromberg.  In 2016 Miss Cohn was a featured guest artist on Dakota Midday, Nebraska Public Radio and South Dakota Public Radio's live concert broadcast, "No Cover".  

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The Logan Brothers
Oct
20
7:30 PM19:30

The Logan Brothers

The Logan Brothers are Steve Barbee, Jonathan Satz, and Danny Brennan-Combs.

Steve and Jonathan have been playing music together in some form or fashion since 1977. In college, they played at coffee houses, open mics, and occasional talent contests. They took the name The Logan Brothers for their current-day band to honor their past: they met at Utah State University in Logan, Utah, and they are like Brothers (of different mothers), with over 40 years of friendship. 

Steve has been singing in choirs since he was 6 years old. He was inspired to perform by watching his older sister's folk-duo during the Peter, Paul, and Mary era. His musical tastes were influenced by the records his older brothers listened to: The Beatles, The Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Alice Cooper and the like. Steve tried learning the guitar at age 12, but didn't get serious about it until he heard John Denver play "Rocky Mountain High" the year he graduated from high school.  Besides playing on and off with Jonathan in and after college, he performed as a solo musician and in various ensembles for many years while living in Salt Lake City. Jonathan began playing guitar in high school and also sang in choirs since he was 14 years old. He's been singing ever since in community choirs and musical theater. The Logan Brothers is Jonathan's first formal band. 

After Steve moved to Glenwood Springs in 2004 (where Jonathan already lived), Jonathan and Steve revived their musical partnership and began playing at local open mics and other venues. After a couple of forays with other musicians, and honing their sound as a duo, they formed The Logan Brothers and played their first gig in September 2012. They have been playing gigs in the area ever since (click to see where The Logan Brothers have played). Steve plays a number of instruments, but with The Logan Brothers he focuses on acoustic and electric guitars and harmonica and sings lead vocals. A goal since high school, but not begun until he turned 50, Jonathan learned electric bass, which he plays for The Logan Brothers. He also sings backup harmonies. The Logan Brothers has been mostly a trio (adding drums) since December of 2014.

Danny joined The Logan Brothers in October, 2016. Starting to drum as a young teenager, Danny played his first gig at fifteen, which sealed his love for drumming in a band to this day. After playing in several bands in the Denver area where he grew up, Danny moved to The Roaring Fork Valley in 1978. Based in Glenwood Springs, Danny was a member of Nobody's BusinessThe BizWide Load, and then The Rock Dogs, a band that performed in the valley for 20 years. Danny took a brief hiatus from drumming after the Rock Dogs disbanded before joining The Logan Brothers.

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Indigo Mojo
Oct
13
7:30 PM19:30

Indigo Mojo

An Americana band whose original songs fuse elements of rock, country, celtic and folk music. Based out of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, Cole Campbell (guitar and vocals), Kendall Spyker on lead guitar, Jerry Larsen (drums), Patrick Fagan(bass) and LeAnn Campbell on Vocals, have conspired in creating a rare and special sound circling back to what music used to be; an authentic and meaningful celebration of life.

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Clyde and the Milltailers
Sep
22
7:30 PM19:30

Clyde and the Milltailers

Clyde and the Milltailers is a Colorado based Alternative Folk trio that is influenced by early American music, history and folklore. The group was formed in Grand Junction Colorado By Steve “Clyde” Kilcrease and David Rowley in early 2014.
The group's name is a local reference to radioactive uranium mill tailings that were used as foundation fill and sidewalks in their home town that at the time were not yet known to be dangerously radioactive.
The group has grown and shrunk since its original formation, recently adding percussionist Bryan Wachs as well as hosting several other artist out of Colorado and Utah including Nick Carter, Will Munger, Alayna Adamson, Marissa Sendejas and Micha Butler. In April of 2014 the Band released their first full length album though Fusion Audio Solutions in Grand Junction.     

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Jill Cohn
Sep
15
7:30 PM19:30

Jill Cohn

A Radio Station recently called a concert with Jill Cohn "an evening of Folk Americana Bliss".  Her Soul-Stirring Voice in combination with lush arrangements of toe tapping road stories had the Los Feliz Journal (Los Angeles, CA) naming her "Beautiful I Love You" album a top 10 indie pick of the year.

"Her songs are beautifully crafted, sometimes bittersweet and sometimes hopeful, but ever easy and melodic with soulful and savvy lyrics" - Chicago Tribune 5/2014

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David Booker
Sep
14
7:00 PM19:00

David Booker

David Booker is a 3 time Best Of Westword winner based in Denver Colorado.  Originally from Manchester U.K, he grew up listening to Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley and from there his musical world opened up as he explored music that moved him over the years.   He has backed two Rock n' Roll Hall of Famers, Bo Diddley and Del Shannon, as well as Dr John, Solomon Burke, Rufus Thomas, Sir Mack Rice (writer of Mustang Sally), Billy J Kramer and Dave (The Crying Game ) Berry.  He's opened for Los Lobos, John Mayall, Albert Collins, Koko Taylor, A.C Reed and many other Legends of The Blues.
David moved to Colorado in 1981 and has been playing music full time ever since.

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Robin Lore
Sep
2
7:00 PM19:00

Robin Lore

Recently back from her show at SXSW and Winner of the 2008 Orange County Music Awards Best Live Female performer and most recent winner of the Texas Solo Artist "Bridgie" Award, Robin has been playing music since she was a toddler. Starting out as drummer, she worked her way to the front of the band, exactly where she belongs, playing guitar and singing her brains out. Her voice is unique, almost haunting at times and her lyrics are both thought provoking and insightful. 
She grew up in NY, moved to MA. in 1992 where she got into a few bands as a drummer. She started playing guitar and writing music about 13 years ago and has been very well received throughout NY, New England, TN., AZ., IL, TX, and California. Nominated for the Best Folk Artist in 2004, she continued to grab a nomination each year from the Orange County, Southern California and Inland Empire Music Awards. From Best Folk to Best Female Artist to Best Live Performer, She's been nominated for them all and this year took home the award for Best Live Performer. In 2006 she was September's Indie Artist of the month in Los Angeles. Her song, Dear Diary, had an honorable mention twice for VH 1's Song of the year award and her CD of the same name was nominated by All Access Magazine as Best CD of the Year. This year she took home the Texas solo artist award as well as a Bridgie award for best Texas artist. 
Robin has written for herself as well as for ERA productions in LA and a band or 2 in MA. Her style is as unique as her voice and her lyrics tell a story all can relate to. 
She can now be seen in and around DFW, LA and Orange County, CA.,Phoenix, Az., TN. TX., IL, and up and down the east coast playing solo as well as with a band. She has recently been seen in Texas opening for Evan Dando of the Lemonheads and in Phoenix opening up for Ani Difranco . She has just released her newest CD, FICKLE GIRL, which was recorded at True Tones Studio in Nashville, TN. and promises to shoot this artist to the top. Right where she belongs!

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Feeding Giants
Sep
1
7:30 PM19:30

Feeding Giants

Feeding Giants is an acoustic based band. This multi genre group performs acoustic versions of covers as well as many originals. With their smooth sweet harmonies, acoustic melodies and unique sound, Feeding Giants brings a relaxing intense musical experience enjoyed by all and is sure to bring a smile to your face.

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John Noel and Jeff Sauer
Aug
4
7:30 PM19:30

John Noel and Jeff Sauer

Long-time Roaring Fork Valley musicians, John Noel and Jeff Sauer have reunited for the 2017 concert season, bringing their unique blend of country, rock and Americana to the stages of western Colorado. 

 Noel, with his skillful guitar work and pure voice reminiscent of the Eagles and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Sauer, with his uncomparable harmonica licks, are sure to provide an engaging musical experience not to be missed.

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Solpride
Jul
29
7:30 PM19:30

Solpride

As son of iconic country music legend, Charley Pride, Carlton began life in the music industry. Eventually becoming a recording & sound engineer for his father and various other artists, Carlton left Dallas in 1995 for San Marcos, TX to realize his first reggae project, One.  In 1996 the band became Zion and began playing the local circuit, touring the U.S. and skyrocketing to headline the Bob Marley Festival from 1996 to 2003.  In 2000, the band traveled to Jamaica to record the What You Need album with Ruff Stuff records at Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Studios in Kingston.  Produced by Clive Hunt (Alpha Blondy, Peter Tosh, Culture) and featuring Marley’s horn section.  Carlton has had five major studio releases and now resides in Fort Collins Colorado, currently working on an album under a new name, Solpride.  Carlton’s new band features TJ Harris from Atlanta, GA on drums, Brandon Vigil from Memphis, TN on saxophone and Tucker McClung from Austin, TX on bass guitar adding a novel, funky, and soulful sound.  They recently opened up for Steel Pulse and Gary Clark Jr. at the Belly Up in Aspen, Colorado.  

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Will Whalen
Jul
14
7:30 PM19:30

Will Whalen

My Story: 
I started with a plastic keyboard and learned to play Beethoven. 
I got a guitar and learned to play Bob Dylan. 
I got a looper and I learned to play Death Cab for Cutie. 
I got a clue and learned to play my own music.

What I've got onstage is what determines my sound. You can expect some folk-rock if I'm jamming on my acoustic electric, or some jazz and classical piano if I'm on my keys. I can set a groove to the thick, plucky bass lines of Cake, build a soulful vocal from The Righteous Brothers, and recite Bach's Solfeggietto in C minor. I'm all over the map, and I want to take you with me.

My Musical Influences
(in order of appearance in my life)

- Pink Floyd
- Tom Waits (pre-Swordfish Trombones) 
- Harry Chapin
- Ludwig Van Beethoven
- Nobuo Uematsu
- Barenaked Ladies
- George Winston
- System of a Down
- Nine Inch Nails
- Nirvana
- Tool
- The White Stripes
- Radiohead
- Todd Snider
- Tom Waits (post-Swordfish Trombones) 
- Queens of the Stone Age
- Death Cab for Cutie
- Broken Bells
- Andrew Bird
- Shakey Graves
- Other Lives

When I moved from Brooksville, Florida to Grand Junction, Colorado in 2008, I had the chance to reinvent myself, and to pursue the driving allure of playing music for a living. Now, I've booked all across Colorado, from cozy bars to opulent resorts, singing storyteller songs with catchy hooks, and experimenting with the limits of what I can do with music. 
The Western Slope has really brought out my folk and singer-songwriter side, and given me some great ideas for writing, both from memory and fiction. And when you choose to start your life over, you need both. Many of my songs are about making decisions in the moment, the expectations we put on ourselves and others, and trying to maintain peace of mind in a chaotic world. 

willwhalenmusic.com


 
 

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Lookout Mountain Showdown
Jul
7
7:30 PM19:30

Lookout Mountain Showdown

Lookout Mountain Showdown is a original Colorado Bluegrass band made by Pickers, Harris Jackson, Mac Benning, Ashton Taufer and Parker Whittington. Parker Whittington a native of Glenwood Springs, Colorado... Began playing guitar at the age of 7. He was given a mandolin for his 10th birthday and that was the beginning of his passion for his unique style of music. 
Parker spent the next 7 years perfecting his personal style and performing in his father's country band. Studying and immulating music greats such as: David Grisman, Johnny Staats, Tony Rice, D'Jango Reinhardt, Merle Haggard, Vince Gill, and S. Grappelli. By the age of 12 Parker could be found playing in malls, mando case open, playing for tips, or rehearsing and writing music 6 to 8 hours per day. Parker's talent grew under the close tutelage of his father Caleb and Professor Don Pennington. 
At the age of 18 Parker relocated to Nashville with his brother Keenan Date and his father Caleb Dean. Parker co-wrote, co-produced and performed many songs on Keenan Date's first C.D. "When You Were Loving Him." But It was in Nashville on Hody Drive where Parker wrote three of his first Instrumental songs, Hody Rag, Ro-mania, and Half Steppin, he has not stopped since. 

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The Logan Brothers
Jun
30
7:30 PM19:30

The Logan Brothers

The Logan Brothers Band, the 2016 and 2015 Glenwood Springs Post Independent's Locals' Choice Favorite Band, is a Glenwood Springs-based classic rock, modern rock, and folk rock cover band. Our characteristic sound comes from outstanding lead vocals, two-part harmony, guitar, melodic bass lines, drums, and harmonica.

The Logan Brothers are Steve Barbee, Jonathan Satz, and Danny Brennan-Combs.

Steve and Jonathan have been playing music together in some form or fashion since 1977. In college, they played at coffee houses, open mics, and occasional talent contests. They took the name The Logan Brothers for their current-day band to honor their past: they met at Utah State University in Logan, Utah, and they are like Brothers (of different mothers), with over 35 years of friendship. 

Steve started playing guitar when he was 12 years old and has been singing in choirs since he was 6. Besides playing on and off with Jonathan in and after college, and performing as a solo artist while living in Salt Lake City, he was also a founding member of the popular acoustic duo, Stillwater,and performed as such for 12 years. Jonathan began playing guitar in high school and also sang in choirs since he was 14 years old. He's been singing ever since in community choirs and musical theater. The Logan Brothers is Jonathan's first formal band. 

After Steve moved to Glenwood Springs in 2004 (where Jonathan already lived), Jonathan and Steve revived their musical partnership and began playing at local open mics and other venues. After a couple of forays with other musicians, and honing their sound as a duo, they formed The Logan Brothers and played their first gig in September 2012. They have been playing gigs in the area ever since. Steve plays a number of instruments, but with The Logan Brothers he focuses on acoustic and electric guitars and harmonica and sings lead vocals. A goal since high school, but not begun until he turned 50, Jonathan learned electric bass, which he plays for The Logan Brothers. He also sings backup harmonies. The Logan Brothers has been mostly a trio (adding drums) since December of 2014.

TheLoganBrothers.com

 

 

 

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John Noel and Jeff Sauer
Jun
23
7:30 PM19:30

John Noel and Jeff Sauer

Long-time Roaring Fork Valley musicians, John Noel and Jeff Sauer have reunited for the 2017 concert season, bringing their unique blend of country, rock and Americana to the stages of western Colorado. 

 Noel, with his skillful guitar work and pure voice reminiscent of the Eagles and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Sauer, with his uncomparable harmonica licks, are sure to provide an engaging musical experience not to be missed.

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Jill Cohn
Jun
16
7:30 PM19:30

Jill Cohn

"Her songs are beautifully crafted, sometimes bittersweet and sometimes hopeful, but ever easy and melodic with soulful and savvy lyrics" - Chicago Tribune 5/2014

Songstress, Jill Cohn returns with a new release, "Heartstrings Touching Ground" produced by Grammy Award Winning Producer Malcolm Burn, who has credits with Bob Dylan, Daniel Lanois and is best known for his production on "Red Dirt Girl", by EmmyLou Harris.   After hearing Jill's song, "Yellow Rose"  Burns invited the Seattle Songstress to record with him in his Kingston NY studio.  This collaboration has resulted in a stunning new collection of deeply personal songs with a universal message of hope.

Fans of this independent songwriter have heralded “Heartstrings” as the “summum bonum of all her works”.  She spent most of 2015 on tour playing smaller venues to road test these new songs.  The album also found its way onto independent and Americana Radio and had vibrant airplay nationwide for nearly the whole year.  It spent over 30 weeks on the Americana Radio Chart and received many positive print reviews in towns where Cohn performed. 

2016 is becoming a year of change for many people with the coming elections in November.  Cohn’s “Heartstrings Touching Ground” album is gaining new fans in part because it features several topical songs that comment social issues.  Staying balanced when addressing sensitive topics, the Seattle Singer’s lyrics point to the humanitarian heart at the center of the most complicated issues, while still commenting on her love of family, neighbors and Country.  Over the course of her 11 releases, her material has been wide ranging, but on this album, stand-out songs seemed to have arrived in serendipitous timing.  The first, “Better Life,” is about immigration and the second, “Yellow Rose,” reflects upon the economic disparities in our country.

An evening with Jill Cohn has been described as an intimate evening with a good friend, and the 11th offering from Cohn, “Heartstrings Touching Ground” is continuing to have attention from radio and audience’s nationwide with NPR Nebraska and South Dakota both featuring in depth State-wide interviews with the singer earlier this year.  The steadily growing enthusiasm behind the album has Miss Cohn with concert bookings already spanning well into 2017.

 A full-time musician since 1999, Cohn has released nine critically-acclaimed independent releases, has gained notoriety with her songs placed in popular TV shows and continues making her live shows the centerpiece of her musical endeavors. In addition to being an endorsee of TAYLOR GUITARS and ELIXIR Strings since 2001, she was a top five finalist in the Lilith Fair Talent Search and has opened for a long list of many well-known artists, but stand-outs include:  David Bromberg, Cheryl Wheeler, Vonda Shepard, Loudon Wainwright, Dave Matthews and Jewel.

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Whiskey Stomp
Jun
10
7:30 PM19:30

Whiskey Stomp

Whiskey Stomp is a fun loving, good times, no-holds-barred band with roots delving into several genres of music.

Band Members

Clint Thompson (Drums/Vocals) - Dan Werner (Bass) - Kendall Spyker (Lead Guitars/Vocals) - Jeff Rice (Vocals/Guitars) - Parker Whittington (Mando)

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Josh Rogan
May
26
7:30 PM19:30

Josh Rogan

Josh Rogan is true grit, living the love he sings. His music is rock roll soul with a near constant message: you’ve got to dream to make it happen, and it ain’t nothing if you don’t believe. It is about the emotions we share, it’s about down-and-out and up-and-up, it’s about freedom, fear, hope, passion, thrills and the beauty of the open country. Ben Sellers at Cville Weekly says Rogan’s “dark bluesy rock might just as easily have hopped from the same rail that carried Elvis into Memphis, or drifted ashore in the same Baha tide that produced Chris Isaak.”

Rogan’s first two albums contained a gritty, hard-driven rock and roll sound. With his latest, At the End of the Day, he has tapped back into his acoustic blues roots and plays heart-felt, wrenching soulful original tunes. The album tells the story of his life with songs resurrected from a childhood of adventure and story-searching. The last track Scottsville Rain is a combination of old and new with an updated song written on a train in Spain as he sailed around the world on a tall ship at seventeen. It begins with a personal recording of a thunderstorm falling on beer cans at his house in Scottsville, Virginia. Rogan’s songwriting has a simple style where the silence is as important as the notes. The songs are about loss, longing, love, and the pain and joy of being human. He sings with a compassion that says I understand the feeling and I’ve been there too.

The music is Americana. Blues. Rock and Roll. And a dream. Not just an American dream—a universal dream, to be free, exchange stories, share music, to ride the open road. A dream of getting there, wherever there may be. But perhaps Rogan says it best himself, “Having a dream keeps you going, that’s for sure. If you have something you want and you don’t have it yet, it gets you up everyday.”

Josh has produced three albums of his original material. He and his wife Eliza are living in a 1962 Airstream with their dog Harley as they travel the roads between gigs.

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Feeding Giants
May
19
7:30 PM19:30

Feeding Giants

Feeding Giants is a acoustic based band. This multi genre group performs acoustic versions of covers as well as many originals. With their smooth sweet harmonies, acoustic melodies and unique sound, Feeding Giants brings a relaxing intense musical experience enjoyed by all and is sure to bring a smile to your face.

https://www.facebook.com/WeAreFeedingGiants/videos/609981215732008/

 

 

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