Montana based bluegrass act Kitchen Dwellers have announced the release of their second studio album titled Ghost In The Bottle due out April 21st. The band will set out on an extensive tour in support of the album including a number of festival dates and album release parties at Boulder's Fox Theatre on April 20th and Denver's Bluebird Theater on April 21st. Full tour dates and ticket info can be found HERE.
It was in Bozeman, Montana that our Kitchen Dwellers first discovered a constant source of musical inspiration near the kitchen, with bluegrass music, and each other. From those free form kitchen picking sessions, their very own chief recipe of a bluegrass style was created. Over the course of their 4 year career the Dwellers have been honored to open for some of their very own musical heroes: Railroad Earth, Greensky Bluegrass, Head for the Hills, Horseshoes and Handgrenades, just to name a few.
Montana-bred Galaxy Grass outfit the Kitchen Dwellers has announced it's Spring 2016 Tour. The tour will kick off with a brief run in the northeast highlighted by stops at Nectar's in Burlington, VT and the Brooklyn Bowl. The spring run will include dates with The Magic Beans in Wyoming and Montana and a stop at Treefort Festival in Boise Idaho.
Montana based galaxy grass outfit The Kitchen Dwellers have announced their Winter 2016 tour dates. The first stretch of the band's tour will focus in the Rocky Mountain region with a run of shows through Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana highlighted by a stop at Boulder's Fox Theatre with The Magic Beans keyboardist Casey Russell's Soul Shack. The band then heads east for a short tour including shows at Burlington's Nectar's and The Brooklyn Bowl. The Kitchen Dweller's full tour dates are below.
The third annual Beanstalk Music and Arts Festival returned to the State Bridge Amphitheater in Bond, Colorado this past May, proving once again that The Magic Beans, perfect Colorado weather, and a slew of other incredible acts are the perfect recipe for a fun-filled weekend. The Magic Beans played all three nights, filling State Bridge with their mixed-genre, upbeat space funk.
No single thing makes a festival the “best festival ever.” Sure, one great band can make it really good. Or maybe the campground scene was where it was at. But it’s really when you group those moments with the ones of unbearable laughter, silly dancing, and inspirational people that a festival becomes the “best ever.” And you know what? The Northwest String Summit consistently brings the best.