That’s right, the band Kronen is having a CD release party at the Fox Theatre in Boulder and to celebrate they are giving away five pairs of tickets and ten autographed CDs. This give-a-way is sponsored by www.secondstorygarage.com and the contest ends June 19, the concert is Friday June, 20. To enter click here and good luck!
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Kronen and Second Story Garage giving away 5 pairs of tickets and 10 autographed
String Cheese Incident’s Song In My Head album release & 20th anniversary celebration free Incident on the Hill
By Alan Crandall
Boulder’s String Cheese Incident celebrated their 20th anniversary and the album release of “Song In My Head” with a free Incident on the Hill in Boulder, Monday, April 28. Thousands of exuberant fans were on hand for maybe one of the largest crowds to hit the hill in many years. Check out this review from Grateful Web of the new album.
From the stage facing north at the intersection of 13th and College, fans could be seen filling the street for several blocks. Check out these views from the amazing event.The Daily Camera‘s Jeremy Papasso created this great view of the event.
Another view Tout video from the event.Photos by C. Alan Crandall
Previously published at the www.DailyCamera.com
Once again there is just so many great options for entertainment this New Year’s Eve that it can leave a jam band fan not knowing which way to turn. First to kick off was Yonder Mountain String Band at the Boulder Theater. They started their new year’s run on Friday with performances at the theater through New Year’s Eve. It should be noted that their performance at the Theater on Dec. 30th is a benefit for the Colorado Flood victims, good luck getting a ticket, the show has been sold out for weeks.
Another set of long awaited shows is the String Cheese Incident’s 20th anniversary NYE
run at the Broomfield’s 1st Bank Center that kicked off last evening. Tonight will be the second show in the series with the Flaming Lips in support. From the bands website: The Flaming Lips will now perform a special set as will Steve Berlin of Los Lobos on 12/29, and Karl Denson & Chris Littlefield (Tiny Universe Horns) will be on hand for both the 28th & 29th. One can only imagine the musical collaborations that will come out of these epic Incidents. SCI will take a break tomorrow night continue their 20th Anniversary celebration on NYE. Tickets are still available for tonight.
Here is a video of Kyle Hollingsworth prepping for the Broomfield shows:
Just take a look at all of the other options for NYE entertainment and see if it does not make your head spin:
December 31, 2013
Umphrey’s McGee, Fillmore, Denver
Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Paramount, Denver
The Sword, Bluebird, Denver
Reverend Horton Heat, Reno Divorce, Old Man Markley, Gothic, Englewood
Yonder Mountain String Band, Sam Bush, Boulder Theater, Boulder
String Cheese Incident, 1stBank Center, Broomfield
The Oh Hellos, Ogden, Denver
Flobots, Marquis Theater, Denver
Hot Soup, Connor O’neills, Boulder
New Orleans Suspects, Quixote’s True Blue, Denver
Jefferson Starship, Sheridan Opera House, Telluride
The Flaming Lips, Belly Up, Aspen
Nina Storey, Soiled Dove Underground, Denver
Method Man, Ghostface Killah, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, Denver
Tea Leaf Green, Cervantes Other Side, Denver
The Magic Beans, Stage Stop, Rollinsville
Brother Ali, The Reminders, Fox Theatre, Boulder
Head for the Hills, Aggie Theatre, Fort Collins
West Water Outlaws, Durango Mountain Resort, Durango
Euforequestra, 3PAC, Carbondale
Wendy Woo, Next Door, Loveland
So whatever you do, where ever you end up celebrating, have fun and stay safe and remember that the law enforcement will be out in force to help keep everyone safe. Enjoy.
Grant Farm featuring Leftover Salmon’s Andy Thorn and The Drunken Hearts are performing at the Fox theatre tonight in Boulder. If you are looking for some fun tonight this is our pick. Check out these videos produced by the Second Story Garage studio at the Boulder Daily Camera. See you at the show!
Michigan’s Greensky Bluegrass is finishing up the Colorado portion of their national tour with shows Friday and Saturday night at the Fox Theatre in Boulder.
Greensky Bluegrass is a well established bluegrass band with a refined sound that has been touring for over 12 years now. In the last year even they have added about 100,000 miles to their tour truck spreading their flavor a smooth bluegrass sound. From a recent press release: “Rolling Stone declared that Greensky Bluegrass are ‘representing the genre for a whole new generation.’ Pretty solid endorsement and a true statement; they’ve got the folk/songwriting aspect of Railroad Earth, they have the intensity of Leftover Salmon, and their own original, psychedelic swirl when they turn bluegrass into a rock band, all without a drummer.” I will see you at the show!