Head for the Hills

Leftover Salmon in Atlanta for 4/20

Leftover Salmon is pleased to announce a performance at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, GA on April 20th.

This performance marks the band’s first return to Atlanta since 2004. Special Guest Col. Bruce Hampton will join them.

The announcement comes following the group’s previously announced New Years Run & “On the Road Again” Winter 2012 Tour.

Head for the Hills | Wow Hall | Eugene, OR | 11/4/2011

Head for the Hills headlined the Wow Hall in Eugene, Oregon on November 4th, 2011.  Two great bands, Fruition and Dead Winter Carpenters, opened the show.  Grateful Web is happy to announce we have the archives up for all

Head for the Hills to Stream Wow Hall Show | Eugene, OR

Head for the Hills headlined a great night of music at the WOW Hall in Eugene Oregon, on 11/4/2011! Grateful Web provided a live webcast of all three bands that night. Click on the links below to view the archived webcast videos!

Leftover Salmon Heads ON THE ROAD AGAIN in Winter 2012

Leftover Salmon are excited to announce the dates for their 2012 On The Road Again winter tour.  The 8-date run will find the band performing through the Rocky Mountain region and marks the band’s longest string of tour dates since spring 2004.
 
“We’re really fired up to get back to some of our favorite rocky mountain ski towns and turn up the slamgrass!" says Vince Herman.

Leftover Salmon Adds Cracker in Portland and Heads to Jamaica

What could be better than Leftover Salmon closing out 2011? How about the addition of Cracker!

Head for the Hills with special guests Dead Winter Carpenters to perform in the Northwest

Head for the Hills with special guests Dead Winter Carpenters join forces for a special run of shows through the Pacific Northwest, spanning from November 3rd-6th.  A trek through Oregon and Washington brings the groups to Bend, Eugene, Portland & Seattle.

Great American Taxi Rolls into Boulder

Hometown heroes Great American Taxi played to an exuberant crowd of pre-weekend revelers last Friday night at Colorado's historic Boulder Theater.  The band, which is the brainchild of Vince Herman of Leftover Salmon fame, cranked out their fusion of country, rock, folk and electric bluegrass until the wee hours of Saturday morning, much to the disappointment of the audie