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Fourmile Canyon Revival: Good Karma, Good Music & Good Times

Submitted by Dapolito5646 on Thu, 10/14/2010 - 12:10 am

Strong winds from the west blew across a dirt parking lot… people tuck their heads, pulling their hats tighter to their skulls as they struggle against the wind, walking towards a dusty, rock strewn patch of earth… getting closer, t-shirts and the tarps they are laid out on struggle to stay grounded as their owners try to protect their wares from the dust… Girls in ruffled tutu’s and fishnet stockings are re-thinking their outfit choices in light of the chill the wind brings with it- but dust and wind are commonplace occurrences for these veteran Colorado concert goers… rocks brought along

Fourmile Canyon Revival Photos

Submitted by gratefulweb on Mon, 10/11/2010 - 12:27 am

Check out some photos from last night's Fourmile Canyon Revival, featuring String Cheese Incident, Trey Anastasio, Mike Gordon, Jon Fishman, Page McConnell, Yonder Mountain String Band, Leftover Salmon and Big Head Todd and the Monsters.  This show was a benefit for the

Emmitt-Nershi Band | New Country Blues | Review

Submitted by Tim Hurley on Sat, 11/14/2009 - 5:20 am

Colorado newgrass icons Drew Emmitt and Bill Nershi break away from their well-known respective groups, Leftover Salmon and String Cheese Incident, and return to their roots to form an exciting project that melds original bluegrass standards with progressive jamgrass flavors.  With an excellent supporting cast in tow, this album is a must-own for any fan of the string band genre.

Announcing the Dancin' In The Streets Festival

Submitted by Tsunami Publicity on Thu, 07/23/2009 - 2:48 am

The group that has for more than 13 years brought you Quixote’s True Blue, Sancho’s Broken Arrow, Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom, Dulcinea’s 100th Monkey and Owsley’s Golden Road, is making their foray into the festival business with Dancin’ In The Streets, which is set for Aug. 7, 8 and 9.

Drew Emmitt & Friends @ the Boulder Theater

Submitted by kalene on Mon, 02/09/2009 - 1:25 am

He's been known to show a mandolin and viola who is boss, while still keeping his humble frontman persona intact. A modest yet instrumentally explosive enigma, Drew Emmitt captures the attention of the audience as if they were a herd of famished field mice lured in by a hefty corncake crumb.

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