Thanks to Colorado's historic vote as the first state in the nation to legalize recreational cannabis, the Mile High City will live up to it’s name on 4/20 the official holiday for Cannabis.
Fresh off a sold-out hometown NYE show at Hodi's, Whitewater Ramble (WWR) has announced their return with a special 4/20 party that will feature the music of the legendary Bob Markley. Tickets this weekend (3/6 - 3/8) will be priced at only $4.20 before going up to $10 ADV / $12 DOS.
Fresh off sold-out nights at Belly Up Aspen and Cervantes Denver, Whitewater Ramble (WWR) takes over Hodi’s in Ft. Collins this New Year’s Eve for a raging hometown throwdown. The band will be joined by special guests Whiskey Tango for a double dose of newgrass and jamgrass.
Whitewater Ramble (WWR) has announced a special show on Thursday October 2, 2014 at Cervantes Other Side presented by WinterWonderGrass. The band will take on the music of Jerry Garcia including his bluegrass roots plus his work with Old & in the Way, the Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia Band an more.
Whitewater Ramble (WWR) has announced their first batch of Spring and Summer 2014 Tour dates. The band will hit the Southeast for the very first time in May and also is making first time appearances at several major U.S. festivals.WWR is currently on tour behind their sophomore release Roots & Groove which was produced by Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth.
Whitewater Ramble (WWR) has announced their Fall 2013 Tour that will take the band through Montana, Wyoming, Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and Ohio. The band has announced several pairings and co-bills for the tour including a run with Tea Leaf Green and shows with The Ragbirds.Whitewater Ramble is currently on tour behind their sophomore release Roots & Groove which was produced by Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth.
Resiliency marked the opening of the Rhythms on the Rio Riverside Fest this past Saturday. After the spring fires, the summer monsoons hit the region hard, coloring the Rio Grande with black runoff from the burn scars higher in the mountains and swelling the waters into a rushing torrent. More of those rains hit the festival late afternoon creating some scrambling between the sound crew and the bands and forcing festivalgoers under any available tarps and canopies.