Head For The Hills
The second leg of Head for the Hills 2013 Winter Tour begins this Friday evening in their hometown of Ft. Collins, CO at the Aggie Theatre. This portion of Winter Tour takes the group through Colorado, Midwest, and up to Toronto, Ontario for an appearance at Folk Alliance International.The group also performs at the 1st Annual WinterWonderGrass Festival in the Vail Valley on February 16th, co-headlining with Greensky Bluegrass, The Infamous Stringdusters and more.
It’s plainly obvious to see how hardworking Colorado acoustic quartet Head for the Hills has been this past year. They played their first main stage appearance at the 39th Telluride Bluegrass Festival, released their first official live album “Head for the Hills Live” and are hard at work assembling their third studio album.
Grateful Fest, a fundraising concert to benefit Poudre Canyon Fire Department, comes to Mishawaka Amphitheatre on Friday September 7. The event celebrates the successful efforts of firefighters to save the Mishawaka as well as the vast majority of properties in the Poudre Canyon. Net proceeds from the event will be donated to the Fire Department along with donations from Mishawaka partners and friends such as TicketBiscuit, Shaped Music, Carbon Leaf and Keller Williams.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Head for the Hills at the Fox Theatre on Saturday, November 3rd. Tickets go on sale Friday, August 10th for $10.00 in advance and $13.00 day of show. “Head for the Hills has created a sound that is all at once organic, precise, timeless, and brand-new,” as reported by the Missoula Independent. The acclaimed Colorado quartet has been receiving nation-wide recognition in response to their refres
The Grateful Web just had an opportunity to speak with Joe Lessard, fiddle-player for Fort Collins based 'newgrass' act, Head for the Hills. Joe talked with us about Head for the Hills' early beginnings at Colorado State University, why Colorado is a mecca for bluegrass and acoustic music, playing with bluegrass legends, and why now is the time for the
When Head for the Hills Fiddle-man Joe Lessard was asked in our recent interview what it is about Colorado that makes us Bluegrass Country, he replied “It must be something in the water, or a lack thereof.” The boys in the Fort Collins, Colorado born bluegrass band are at a pinnacle peak in their career.
Nestled high in the foot hills of the Poudre Canyon, the legendary Mishawaka Amphitheatre rests on the rocky banks of the Cache de la Poudre River. For the past 8 years, the Mish has served as the spring stopping ground for Ft. Collins’ favorite sons. And once again, this Saturday, May 12th, opening weekend arrived. It was time to Head for the Hills.