Built around the award-winning, mature songwriting of Kevin Higgins, and representing Texas with their original southern-rockin', genre-bendin' “Farm-to-Market Rock'n'Roll” style of music, The Dust Devils once again state their independence from hype and trends. With the 2007 release of their third album, Change in the Weather, (Little Train Records), the Dust Devils combine diversity with raw talent, allowing them to move about freely on the musical landscape.
From the front range of the Rocky Mountains hails one of today's most spirited and invigorating acts. Purple Buddah is a raising a family of dedicated listeners magnetized by the band's infusion of classic psychedlia, intricate improvisation, engaging songwriting, and soulful vocal harmonies. Purple Buddah is pusihing the boundaries of the modern live-music scene from both directions. - as much as they harken back to the sound and emotion of their musical influences, they are at the same time fresh and innovative...
There are a lot of cover bands around and a lot of those are Grateful Dead cover bands. You've seen them, they're good. Most include the music of Jerry Garcia, Bobby Weir et al with other cover songs and some originals mixed in. DSO is a different breed of "Dead" band. What Dark Star Orchestra does is recreate the Grateful Dead. Not with hippie wigs and fake beards but through the live music. They play the setlist song for song in the same arrangements used by the Dead members of that period.
The Miltones specialize in a brand of improvisational, groove and jamming rock and roll that have made them one of the premiere and most highly regarded live musicians in the Colorado area. The band originally came together to explore a unique expression of musical freedom that's heavy on performance and improvisation and light on ego and façade. The resulting confluence of sound, style, vibe, and pure unadulterated joy and fun, has made the Miltones one of the biggest draws in the area. The band has achieved great critical acclaim in the press and was recently voted best
Growing up in a quaint little town helped Scott McDonald utilize words like "quaint" in his everyday banter. This in turn, transferred over into his music, providing many more opportunities to use obsolete words and useless phrases. After a brief stint in the "Welcome Back Kotter" fan club, Scott got serious about his music. All it took was one song to change his life forever, PAC MAN FEVER. Those pulsating rhythms, the astute lyrical commentary, the cool, chomping sound effects masterfully placed throughout the entire cut. It spoke volumes.