Travelin' McCourys

Heavily-awarded and universally-loved fiddle player Jason Carter has spent years collaborating with a laundry list of all-time great musicians across a multitude of genres—not to mention his three decades as a member of the Del McCoury Band and being a founding member of the Travelin’ McCourys—but, never before have all of his friends, from all those years, joined Carter on his own solo album. That is, until now.

While it may not be the first time any of the five members of GRAMMY-winning bluegrass group The Travelin’ McCourys have proclaimed their affection for the world’s favorite carbonated adult beverage, it’s certainly the first time they’ve sung about it on record. Out today, the McCourys’ new cover of Tom T. Hall’s “I Like Beer” is an uptempo waltz fit for summer music festivals, loose, late-night sing-alongs, and Oktoberfest beer halls alike.

Today, Bonfire Entertainment is excited to announce the return of WinterWonderGrass Colorado, taking place February 25–27, 2022 at Steamboat Resort in the historic and pristinely beautiful ski town of Steamboat Springs, CO. Weekend passes to the festival, as well as Mountaintop Dinner tickets, are on sale now.

DelFest's late night lineup which has moved to an outdoor silent disco setting.

It’s outdoor late nights, folks! Each night, the featured act will perform under the stars at the Potomac Stage without a PA. All the music will be channeled through headphones. You purchase a ticket, and exchange it that night for a set of headphones that will allow you to enjoy the show! Return your headphones at the end each night for sanitization and charging!!

Location

Denver, CO

Event Date
Add to Calendar 2021-12-11 20:00:00 2021-12-11 20:00:00 Title Description Location Grateful Web [email protected] America/Denver public
Location

Denver, CO

Event Date
Add to Calendar 2021-12-10 20:00:00 2021-12-10 20:00:00 Title Description Location Grateful Web [email protected] America/Denver public

Del Yeah! DelFest, the beloved genre-spanning festival brainchild of McCoury Music and High Sierra Music is pleased to announce the initial lineup for its 14th annual festival, once again taking place in beautiful Cumberland, Maryland, on Sept. 23-26.

GRAMMY and IBMA-award winning bluegrass quintet, the Infamous Stringdusters, are pleased to announce a pair of weekend shows in April of this year.

Tyler Childers’ new Spotify Singles session is debuting today. Listen/share HERE. Co-produced by David Ferguson and William Garrett and recorded at The Butcher Shoppe in Nashville, the release includes a new rendition of Childers’ “House Fire” featuring The Travelin’ McCourys as well as a version of “Highway 40 Blues” with special guests Ricky Skaggs and Larry Cordle.

Indie folk band The Head and the Heart and soul octet St. Paul & The Broken Bones will headline the 2020 Old Settler’s Music Festival. Friday night will also feature country music icon Tanya Tucker ahead of St. Paul & The Broken Bones.  Tucker’s latest album, While I’m Living, received four Grammy nominations last month and was produced by last year’s Old Settler’s headliner, Brandi Carlile, and Shooter Jennings.  A partial lineup by day is included below.

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