Yarmony Holiday Heater, presented by YarmonyGrass Festival, brings a night of Colorado-grown Americana and rock ‘n roll to the famed Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, CO on Saturday, December 29th, 2018. Featuring The Drunken Hearts, Grant Farm, and the Jon Stickley Trio, Yarmony Holiday Heater welcomes home three of Colorado’s most exciting bands to celebrate the season with a rousing night of music. Tickets are available HERE.
About The Drunken Hearts: Alternative country rock band The Drunken Hearts fearlessly bottle a tempestuous and honest Americana sound. Armed with a prolific and growing songbook of original material, the Colorado five-piece infuses well-crafted songs with spirited vocals and impressive electric and acoustic musicianship. Whether conveying vulnerable and haunting whispers of love and loss or dropping full-on rock anthems that chase down the American dream, The Drunken Hearts’ delivery is saturated in a conviction and authenticity that’s palpable. Look for the band touring nationally in support of their recent album release, The Prize (2018).
About Grant Farm: Boulder, Colorado-based cosmic Americana band Grant Farm has entertained a growing fan base on the nation’s club and festival scene since its founding in 2009 by vocalist and National Flatpicking Guitar Champion Tyler Grant. Built on the fundamentals of love, family, and music, the band is a sure bet for fans of high-energy, authentic artists as diverse as Sturgill Simpson, Tedeschi Trucks Band and Phish. This past summer, Grant Farm released a LIVE Album showcasing the best performances from the first ten episodes of the Meeting on the Mountain LIVE Broadcast. The album features special guests including Bill Nershi of The String Cheese Incident, Todd Sheaffer of Railroad Earth, John Magnie of The Subdudes and Andy Hall of The Infamous Stringdusters. “Some of the ablest musicians not only in the state of Colorado, but in the nation.” – Colorado Public Radio
About Jon Stickley Trio: Jon Stickley Trio is a genre-defying and cinematic instrumental trio, who’s deep grooves, innovative flatpicking, and sultry-spacy violin moves the listener’s head, heart, and feet. “It’s not your father’s acoustic-guitar music—although Stickley’s pop showed him his first chords when he was 12 years old. Instead, Stickley’s Martin churns out a mixture of bluegrass, Chuck Berry, metal, prog, grunge, and assorted other genres—all thoroughly integrated into a personal style.” -- Guitar Player Magazine