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Cabinet | Fox Theatre | Boulder, CO | 11/9/17
Billy Strings | Shady Grove | Fox Theatre | 11/9/17
Billy Strings | Red Rocking Chair | Fox Theatre | 11/9/17
Billy Strings | Little Maggie | Fox Theatre | 11/9/17
Billy Strings | China Doll-White Freightliner Blues | Fox Theatre | 11/9/17
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Add to Calendar 2018-01-01 03:30:06 2018-01-01 03:30:06 Title Description Location Grateful Web aaron@gratefulweb.com America/Denver public

MarchFourth is a joy-inducing force of entertainment. The colorful explosion of brassy funk, rock, and jazz is all about the groove. This larger-than-life group of musicians and acrobats tours the country year-round, bringing a spirit of celebration wherever they go. MarchFourth is, in a word, FUN!

Grateful Web proudly presents a thrash-grass, double-night - double-feature of Pennsylvania powerhouse Cabinet and Michigan-bred wonder-kid Billy Strings. They will be together at the Fox Theatre on the hill in Boulder, November 8th and 9th.

Join us for an all-star benefit show featuring Cyril Neville and Gaynielle Neville, Bill McKay (Derek Trucks Band, Leftover Salmon), Jordan Linit (Analog Son, Kinetix), Tori Pater (Dyrty Byrds, Polytoxic),Chadzilla (Polytoxic), Charlie Martens, Emily Clark, and Ashley Niven Fairman. Also featuring Jaden Carlson Band and Cass Clayton and the Riders. 100% of proceeds will benefit hurricane victims through a partnership with MusiCares, the non-profit arm of the Grammy’s. Full ticket price goes to the cause (excluding ticket fees).

Amoramora is a traveling, working, multipurpose rock and jazz fusion quartet from Boulder, Colorado. With members from Chicago, Cleveland, Washington D.C., and Boulder, the band formed after crossing paths in 2015 and has been performing, as well as expanding their extensive catalog with original material ever since. After gaining traction amongst the legendary students at the University of Colorado, the group of composers and multi-instrumentalists quickly jumped from packed house parties, to small bars, and then to bigger stages.

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