Split Lip Rayfield
This summer, the Granada Theater presents #LiveOnMass, a free, outdoor concert series on the 1000 block of Massachusetts Street in Lawrence, Kansas. Catch performances by The Wailers on Friday, June 29th and Split Lip Rayfield on Tuesday, July 3rd.
Friday, June 29th - THE WAILERS with special guests Ras Neville & The Kingstonians, 77 Jefferson, and TopRanx Soundsystem
Rowdy, raucous, and filled to the brim. That’s how Lawrence, KS rings in a new year. Split Lip Rayfield killed it with a sold-out show at The Bottleneck for New Year’s Eve joined by Granny Tweed and The Sunflower Colonels. With plenty of champagne to go around and barely any standing room, navigating this crowd was a task in and of itsel
If you’re anywhere near Lawrence, KS and have no plans for New Year’s Eve, be sure to check out what will surely be the finest show you’ve seen all year! Wichita’s own, Split Lip Rayfield, will be playing The Bottleneck on December 31. It’s a sold out show so get online or get there early and scour the streets for extra tickets! Get ready to ring in the new year with THE leading thrash-grass group. The inimitable Split Lip Rayfield is ready to roll and I’m here to testify that your ears will be t
Last night’s rain has cooled down the temperature to the mid 70s, so it’s a beautiful morning for your drive out to the mountain for Wakarusa 2012. The music is scheduled to begin in the early afternoon today and go through Sunday night, and there are so many awesome and unique bands it’s hard to choose which shows to see.
On Friday, May 11 the Kansas based high octane bluegrass trio known as Split Lip Rayfield (SLR) took the stage behind the sliding barn doors of Denver’s Larimer Lounge. Passionate bluegrass fans stirred in anticipation to watch the finely-aged, unique instrumentation that is Split Lip Rayfield. This is no ordinary bluegrass jam band; Split Lip Rayfield
I had a dream about Steve Martin, last night..
I knew I'd be writing this story, today.. That's likely why he was on my mind. Of course he was in a white suit, with an arrow headband on his head. [I'm a child of the seventies, after all..] But instead of playing for laughs, he was picking his banjo with fire, along with a bevy of world-class bluegrass musicians. This was an especially fun dream, considering I've never seen him perform in any capacity beyond the movie theater.