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Spafford closed out a stellar sold out run of shows at the Old Town Pub last week in Steamboat Springs, CO.  On Saturday, the band had a special sit-in performance with Joel Cummins of Umphrey's McGee for the cover of the 2000's billboard hit "Take a Picture" by Filter.  This song featured drummer Nick Tkachyk on the vocals, while Cummins and Spafford's keyboardist Cory Schechtman went tag team on the keys.

This past week the dynamic band Spafford began their SpaffSki tour in Steamboat Springs, CO with multiple sold out shows at Old Town Pub.  The first night was a birthday bash for guitarist Brian Moss and he celebrated in fashion with a killer first set featuring a fifteen minute version of jazzy original "Backdoor Funk."

As Spafford prepares to hit the snow covered Rocky mountains of Colorado for their SpaffSki tour, another rocky based set of music from Montana was released today on February 21.  Live in Montana is Spafford’s tenth live compilation of band selected songs and features electrifying performances from Spafford all over Big Sky Country.

The Gem & Jam Festival took place last weekend in Tucson, AZ and the high-energy band Spafford helped close out a fantastic night one on Friday.  Spafford came out running hot with the original opener "Double Time" which had the festival crowd ready to fire on all cylinders.  The set was full blast after that and ended with a killer cover of "Punk" by Ferry Corsten sandwiched in between Spafford's hit song "Leave the Light On."  Spafford brought out a real treat for the encore with a performance of "Peaches" by The Presid

Spafford, the eclectic quartet celebrated for their improvisational prowess, is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of their highly anticipated Live Wax, Vol. 2 for pre-order on vinyl. The band's dedicated fanbase and vinyl enthusiasts alike can soon immerse themselves in the raw energy and musical brilliance captured in this exclusive edition.

Historic Thalia Hall, nestled in the heart of Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood, hosted an unforgettable night of music when the renowned jam band Spafford played on Saturday.  This show marked the end of their extensive 2024 winter tour and the packed out crowd was treated to a fantastic closer.  The night began with a rousing rendition of original song "Ain't That Wrong" that set the pace for the rest of the evening as Spafford sent it to the next level in this fourteen minute banger.

The Winter Tour for the high-energy quartet Spafford continued with a bang this weekend at a sold out show in Whitestown, IN.  The Moontown Brewing Company hosted a night of stellar music highlighted by a three song second set featuring the rarely covered "Plush" by Stone Temple Pilots.  Spafford puts their own spin to this 90's Billboard topper and absolute magic was created.

Spafford's 2024 Winter Tour continued this week at Bell's Eccentric Cafe in Kalamazoo, MI which featured a night of incredible music on Wednesday.  The second set opener "Memphis in the Meantime" is a favorite and frequent cover of this eclectic band, and Spafford delivered a twenty-eight minute monster version that had everyone dancing like they were on the famous Beale Street.

The eccentric quartet Spafford is known to add their unique style to a variety of cover songs ranging from jazz, country, grunge, and many more.  On Saturday, Spafford dropped another classic cover at El Club in Detroit, MI with their encore performance of Herbie Hancock's "Cantaloupe Island."  Spafford added elements of trance and house to this jazz classic that had the audience reeling for more.

The fantastic foursome of Spafford continued their 2024 winter tour this weekend in Pembroke, MA and played to a sold-out crowd on Saturday at the eclectic and award-winning venue, Soundcheck Studios.  Spafford is a regular visitor to this artist-owned and operated location and delivered yet another night of creative magic to a packed house.

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