Chances are if you’ve been to a bluegrass festival the memories most prevalent are not so much that of the “scheduled” performers but more of the impromptu jams and unscheduled collaborations. It’s with that spirit that the McCoury family decided to embark on a traveling bluegrass festival called The Bluegrass Ball. In the past 3 years, The Bluegrass Ball has traveled across the country picking up multiple pickers and fans along the way.
We are happy to announce new 2015-16 shows! New shows include fall tour dates that will visit the east coast, Florida, and Texas (with Chris Robinson Brotherhood). We are happy to return to the Boulder Theater for our annual Thanksgiving Celebration on November 27th and 28th. NYE sees us in Portland, OR at the Roseland Theater, followed by a two night run at the Crystal Bay Club on January 1st and 2nd. Tickets are on sale now.
Breckenridge Brewery and Leftover Salmon kick off 25th Anniversary Celebration at new Littleton Brewery
Both Leftover Salmon and Tarpestry are built in Colorado, and both have found their way into the hearts and homes of music lovers around the world. Tarpestry is proud to announce the release of its FIRST custom Tarpestry created for someone else, and we are ecstatic it is for Leftover Salmon!! There aren’t many Leftover Salmon “High Country” Tarpestry’s available, so grab yours now because they won’t last ‘till the end of festival season.
Colorado's Leftover Salmon Featuring Bill Payne of Little Feat have announced 2 additional performances, along with plans to webcast the Grateful Dead's "Fare Thee Well” July 3rd and 4th Chicago concerts, at Park West. This is in addition to their previously announced show at Park West on July 2nd.
This year slamgrass pioneers Leftover Salmon celebrate their twenty-fifth anniversary. Beyond the musical splendor, a blend of Cajun, bluegrass, zydeco, and hard psychedelic rock, is a lovable raucousness. Their triumphant resurgence into fulltime touring has been strengthened by the presence of founding Little Feat pianist Bill Payne.
Oh, how time flies. It doesn’t seem all that long ago that we were seeing the birth of a jamband movement emerge to throw a wrench into the music industry. They helped define how artists can be successful without mainstream radio play or multi-platinum records by relying on grassroots ventures and dynamic live concerts. One of those burgeoning groups from that era are amazingly celebrating their 25th birthday this year, that being Colorado’s own progressive jamgrass outfit Leftover Salmon.