The Jauntee appears to be taking the scene by storm and this winter tour will likely see many new fans introduced to the magic of their new-age improvisation. A number of winter appearances have already been announced by the band and they have now added a handful of headlining Colorado shows including what seems to have become an annual two-night run at The Vic in Salida, Public House in Crested Butte, Ullr's Tavern in Winter Park, and the ever-so-popular Old Town Pub in Steamboat Springs. The band will start the new year with runs of shows alongside Papadosio, moe., Spafford, and more.
The Jauntee's following continue to spread in a cult-like manner, which is not hard to see why. The band not only has an ability to engage their fans musically on the next level, but one that allows fans to engage with each other. The band's online community and forums are essentially trading posts of fans that exchange the best improv moments of any given song over the band's career, always eager to find the next best jam.
The Jauntee are at it again, announcing a national tour spanning from Colorado to Georgia and all points in between. This announcement comes after yet another stacked year of festivals and national tours alongside Papadosio, Kyle Hollingsworth, Andy Frasco & The UN, and many more. The run will kick off with a double header in Denver at the Breckenridge Brewery Hootenanny with The Disco Biscuits and in Boulder at The Fox Theatre.
Breckenridge Brewery is ready for another great Hootenanny on Saturday, October 5th. The annual celebration includes an amazing lineup from The Disco Biscuits and Mandolin Orange, to local bands like The Jauntee. This year’s event celebrates the brewery’s 29th anniversary since its humble beginnings in the mountain town for which it’s named. The party is from 12:30 – 7:00 pm, rain or shine with tickets going on sale Tuesday, August 27th at 10:00 am MT.
The Jauntee have released a surprise live compilation available on all music platforms entitled Jaunts Of Our Lives which features cuts from the bands' Summer 2019 Tour. The release includes tracks performed at venues that have become staples for the band throughout the years: Parish Public House in Albany, Nectar's in Burlington, Green Mountain College in Poultney and Thunder Road in Boston.
The Jauntee have just released dates for an extensive national Summer Tour for 2019 spanning from the West to the East coast. This announcement comes just a mere two days after capping off their Spring run which had them with notable acts such as Jazz Is Phsh, Andy Frasco & The UN and at a number of festivals. This two-leg tour will kick off back in Colorado playing some select shows before taking the band back to familiar territory everywhere from Seattle and Portland, back to their home turf of Boston and all points in between.
The Jauntee have just announced an extensive National Spring Tour for 2019. For fans, anticipation for this has been mounting since their well-reviewed Fall tour where they played alongside Leftover Salmon, Twiddle, New Orleans Suspects and many others for a majority of the two legs. The band has been keeping it close to their new home in Boulder but have been staying busy making mountain town appearances with Kyle Hollingsworth Band and Papadosio along with their Front Range headlining plays.
The Jauntee have announced a release date for their forthcoming album, Always Never Knowing. Over the last few years, the improvisational foursome have grown notorious for being cross-country road warriors on what seems like a never ending tour. In an attempt to mirror that live experience, the band went into the studio last year in their hometown of Boston to record a new album in front of an intimate live audience.
The Jauntee are getting ready to embark on a 30-date nation-wide tour that has the improvisational band on the road through the end of June. They'll be returning to some staple markets, including stops in their former hometowns of Gettysburg and Boston, and a two-night run in Cincinnati. They'll also be making several festival appearances throughout the tour, including their tour kick-off show at TheBigWonderful, Beanstalk, and ARISE.
NYC trio Consider the Source defy easy description. If intergalactic beings of pure energy, after initiation into an order of whirling dervishes, built some kind of pan-dimensional booty-shaking engine, powered by psychedelics and abstract math, it’d probably just sound like a CTS tribute band. Drawing from progressive rock, fusion and jazz, with alien sounds soaked in Indian and Middle Eastern styles, CTS blends disparate parts into a striking, utterly original whole.