shows

State of the Scene: Late Shows are Just Getting Tiresome

We've all been there.  It is 11:15 at the music club, and the band you have been excited to see for months still has not taken the stage.  Show time said 9:00 but you have yet to hear any music.  You give a big yawn, and look at your watch again.  Nothing.

Leftover Salmon Holiday Shows

photo by Mike Moran- for the Grateful Web

We have some fresh Leftover Salmon news for ya'll. First we are about to launch our new website but for all of you on our email list, well you can have a sneak preview at www.colfaxonline.net/salmon. This is still in a work of progress and will be evolving over time. We hope to have it live to the general public by this weekend. Please enjoy what it has to offer so far.

We also have downloads available from 3 of our 5 performances this summer. These are all high quality multi track recordings. Anyone who missed this summers' shows can now have the opportunity to hear what went down and what's to possibly come. For those of you that were there can hear how much fun we all had! These are available by Clicking Here.

Finally and most important some live Salmon, yes that's right some LIVE Leftover Salmon! We are excited to announce two more shows before the end of the year. We will be celebrating the last weekend of 2007 with 2 intimate performances in Colorado. There will be one show in Denver and the other one in Boulder. We are really looking forward to playing in Boulder where it all began so many years ago!

Tickets for these shows will go on sale Wednesday October 3rd on our fan ticketing (Click Here). These tickets are available to the fans on our email list only, until the new site launches! The remaining tickets will be available starting Saturday October 6th. For the Ogden you can purchase online at www.ticketmaster.com and the Boulder Theater tickets can be purchased online at www.bouldertheater.com  or at the Boulder Theater Box Office.

After a great summer and playing at some of our favorite festivals and of coarse Red Rocks, it's going to be a real treat play indoors at these intimate Colorado venues.

Kan'Nal News & Upcoming Shows

photos by Amanda Bell- for the Grateful Web

Kan'Nal has been hard at work adding songs finalizing their new CD. Kan'Nal knows this new album will reach many people from many cultures so they thank you for your patience. In the meantime, please join the dancers and musicians of Kan'Nal as they continue to contribute to the artistic and healing communities of the Denver Boulder area with exciting performances throughout October.

Everyone is showing their support for the kind generous owners of Herbs and Arts in Denver this Thursday, Oct. 4 at Quixotes, next door to Cervantes. The Cosmic Puppy Costume Party starts at 9 pm with live music and djs. All the money from the $10 cover goes to the shop owners to help heal an injured Tucker, the famous flying dog of Herbs and Arts.

LUNAR FIRE IN DENVER... 

FRI/SAT Oct 5/6 - Outdoors @ 7th and Santa Fe

Denver City Arts Week kicks off a Super First Friday with (full fire) Lunar Fire shows from 8-10 pm both Friday and Sat. All performers are participating free of charge in support of the Santa Fe Arts District. So bring extra support cash to tip the fire dancers, buy cds, and purchase hand crafted masks and crowns from Tiffany of Artsmyths (802 Santa Fe). Plus take home an amazing work of art by Stevon Lucero (CHAC Gallery 772 Santa Fe).

SAT OCT 27 - Mercury cafe - 2199 California Street  Join us for The Ultimate Witches Ball.  Doors 9pm, Cover $15. For more info (303)294-9281.

In Boulder, Colorado come participate in a Journey to the Underworld for the Wizards and Warriors amongst us Oct. 31, 7pm start. Featuring Lunar Fire (6 members of Kan'Nal) Buddha Bomb, GSP, Tuatha, & The Didgeridoo Experiment. Presented by Lunar Fire, The Dreamtime Festival, Gypsy Nation, The Gemini Project and Herbs & Arts. A gathering of the TRIBE.  For more info/tix check the link:  http://www.inticketing.com/evinfo.php?eventid=18782 

Kan'Nal's lead guitarist, Tierro, is now offering his audio production skills to the public in Boulder CO. This is a rare opportunity to work with Tierro on your musical project. Let his 20 years of experience and easy going yet professional attitude take your recording project to the next level.

*Rock, pop, electronic, classical, folk, tribal

*Audio landscapes for your web site

*CD audio mastering

*Recording strategies to fit your budget

*In-house grand piano

*5.1 surround

*Customized original compositions

For a free consultation on your next project contact: Tierro@Kannal.org

Tierro in the studio with European recording artist KIM CURLY.

The Kan'Nal family thanks you. They have big plans and lots of surprises coming up (and yes the new CD) so stay tuned!

Tom Constanten announces Shows in Arizona and Las Vegas

- for the Grateful Web

Tom Constanten and Ken Foust have released a new CD called "Moved To Stanleyville". They are playing shows in Arizona and Las Vegas with Gent Treadly, a Manhattan based jam band who were Vince Welnick's east coast band before his death, in support of this new project. The dates include Prescott College, Tempe, Flagstaff, and Sedona.

Tom Constanten is an American keyboardist, best known for playing with the Grateful Dead from 1968-1970. Tom has been performing in different forms and genres since the late 1950's, appearing at such popular venues as The Fillmore Auditorium, Playboy After Dark, and the original Woodstock Festival. He was Professor of Music at SUNY Buffalo and the San Francisco Art Institute (1974-1984).  He performed as Artist-in-Residence at Harvard University, and consulted for the Smithsonian Institution.

Ken Foust is a Charlotte, NC musician best known for his jam-blues based project from the early 90's, Hot Wax (see Spread base, 10/27/1990), that played in the southeast region.  Together they have produced a contemporary Americana / blues effort that is fresh and engaging. These shows will feature songs from the project. This live group also includes Greg Koerner from Gent Treadly on Base and Ken's Twin Brother Doug Foust on Drums.

The CD is garnering great reviews. The album is featured on David Gans's "The Grateful Dead Hour" and Uncle Dave's weekly radio program, "Dead Air.