Introducing the world to a new and exciting all-star project consisting of some good friends from the Americana, jam, and bluegrass worlds. Please meet THE HIGH HAWKS.
No one knows where the train will take them. It’s one you jump on out of the curiosity and excitement of the unknown. The very wonder of what the stars and the spirits will conjure on any given jubilee. And what the hell is a High Hawk?
Trout Steak Revival has announced the first round of fall 2019 tour dates. Stops feature an appearance at IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Awards) as well as a handful of dates in the Southeast. The band has also announced that they will celebrate New Year’s Eve at The Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, CO with Wood Belly.
Located in the heart of the Old Town district of Fort Collins Colorado sits the city’s second-largest venue, the Aggie Theatre. Constructed in the early 1900s, the space originally was a furniture store before becoming a moviehouse and then morphed into a music venue in the 1990s. Since then, its use as a musical site for both local and national acts has earned a reputation as a favorite spot for the younger crowd and the often related weekend debauchery that follows.
Performed on March 23rd, 2018 at Fort Collins’ Aggie Theatre, WhiteWater Ramble takes the classic rock band’s psychedelic tunes with a bluegrass instrumentation of dance, jam and improv influences. Each track stays true to the band’s jamgrass roots but includes a special collaboration of Denver’s Jessica Jones for powerful vocals.
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.