Colorado Bluegrass quartet Head for the Hills will hit the road this Fall. On the heels of a summer that included performances at Summer Camp Music Festival, the group’s festival at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre (Pickin’ on the Poudre) and appearances with Nickel Creek and the Steep Canyon Rangers.
Head For The Hills
Head for the Hills will perform at Pickin’ on the Poudre at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre to kick off the outdoor concert series on Saturday May 17, 2014. Voted “Best in Bluegrass” by Denver Westword magazine, Head for the Hills needs no introduction in Colorado. Though rooted in bluegrass, the Colorado-based quartet aspires musically well beyond the boundary of the genre’s tradition - just listen to “Never Does” from their latest album Blue Ruin for a dose of their sound. In fact, sample
Head for the Hills will perform at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre in Bellvue, CO on May 17th as part of their annual gathering, "Pickin' on the Poudre." This will be the 10th consecutive year the quartet has opened the concert season at the historic mountain venue. Grant Farm with special guest Benny "Burle" Galloway and Gispy Moon will support the evening, presented by The Colorado Sound.
Bluegrass, world, reggae, funk and jam are all coming to Camp Euphoria XI (CEXI) this summer. It’s one-festival, two-days, for all-ages, July 11-12, 2014 on “Jerry’s Farm” near Lone Tree, Iowa. With its hallmark eclectic musical lineup, Camp Euforia is turning it up to Eleven. One better.“This year CEXI is for the fans, and we are taking it to 11!” says Eric Quiner, director of Camp Euforia.
After a particularly grueling winter, festivalgoers around the country are dreaming of their summer getaways and for many music fans, this means a breathtaking weekend at Summer Camp Music Festival 2014. What started as roughly a 1,000 person gathering has blossomed into a 7-stage, 15,000 person event that stands as one of the Midwest’s premier festivals today.
The newgrass quartet has announced their 2014 Spring Tour. The tour sees the group in the Western US and Colorado. It begins in Portland, and then ventures to Sisters OR, Seattle, WA and Eugene, OR. From there H4TH visits California for an evening Phil Lesh’s famed venue, Terrapin Crossroads, for an early set and late set in the bar surrounding Leftover Salmon’s performance in the Grate Room. A stop in Nevada City precedes a two night run at the Crystal Bay Casino performing two special after-shows following Leftover Salmon.
Ft. Collins, Colorado mainstays Odell Brewing Company and Head for the Hills have collaborated on a special re-release of “Head for the Hills – Colorado Amber Ale.” The special draft release beer will be available at Head for the Hills’ New Year’s Eve performance on December 31st at the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, CO. Amanda Johnson-King, Odell’s Marketing & Branding Manager mentions, “We’re so excited about our partnership with Head for the Hills!
Head for the Hills will celebrate New Year’s Eve 2013 in Fort Collins, CO at the Aggie Theatre on December 31st with special guests The Congress. This will be the first time the band has performed in their hometown on NYE, expect an evening for the books! H4TH Fan Club Ticketing goes on sale Wednesday October 9th at 10:00 (MDT).
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Halloween looms, and while most avid local music-goers are planning extravagant costumes for the Hallow’s Eve bash of their choice; last weekend the Fox Theatre hosted a rousing 2-night stand by growing “newgrass” favorites Greensky Bluegrass. Hailing from Michigan, these guys throw a range of soulful bluegrass originals, standards, and playful classic covers out on any given night.
Colorado quartet Head for the Hills will celebrate Halloween night in Denver, CO at Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom on October 31st. Special guests Gangstagrass, known for their Emmy nominated theme song for the FX television series "Justified," will support the evening.