Tyler Grant

National flatpicking champion, Tyler Grant, is pleased to release his first solo album since 2016 and first Telecaster-driven electric solo album. Tryin’ To Have A Good Time is out now on Americana Vibes.

Tyler takes his listener on a six-string joyride through his musical history on this collection of new music. Tyler recalls, “my dad once told me that no matter what the situation, the best thing to do is to try to have a good time.”

Today the Steamboat Snow Bowl is pleased to announce the complete lineup for the new Westside Wednesdays on the Grass Series. The series, which will take place outdoors on the lawn at the Snow Bowl is free to attend, and will feature national level touring artists, as well as the best in local/regional bluegrass and Americana. The series is being presented in partnership with Bonfire Entertainment, as well as Dano's Dangerous Tequila and Billi Fine Cannabis.

Bonfire Entertainment, WinterWonderGrass and Adrift Dinosaur are thrilled to bring RiverWonderGrass back for its third annual season of overnight multi-day music expeditions featuring artists from the WinterWonderGrass community and jam-packed adventures through rivers, canyons and caves where Colorado and Utah meet.

Tickets are on sale now for all dates via adrift.com/riverwondergrass.

Join us on the high plains under the stars for an evening of the Kitchen Dwellers & Salmon's Leftovers feat. Drew Emmitt, Andy Thorn, Greg Garrison, Alwyn Robinson and Tyler Grant. Live from The Chinook Drive-In at Terry Bison Ranch. You must be 18 years or older to attend.

June 19, 2020: In light of our nation’s current events, a supergroup composed of some of Denver’s best bluegrass pickers has been formed to back a newly announced fund created by the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Foundation, whose vision is to support diversity and inclusion as essential to the well-being and continued growth of bluegrass music.

"We Are One, Broke In Two, Out In This Strange Place, Who Are You?" The opening lines of the title track raise this question. So, who is Grant Farm, and what are they trying to tell us?

The 6th annual Spread The Word Festival, showcased some of Colorado’s most diverse and eclectic talent, spanning from ferociously fast picking and heavy-hitting bass decibels, to smooth funky jams and everything in between. Spread across five stages, Denver’s Fox Street Compound morphed into a psychedelic playground for fans to enjoy artists, food trucks and tunes galore.

2018’s rendition of WinterWonderGrass lived up to its designation in every sense of the word this past weekend, as bluegrass fans from around the country gathered in majestic Steamboat Springs, Colorado to dance, drink and smiled the night away beneath the magnificent Park Range. The weekend more than lived up to expectation and hype, with incredible bluebird days and epic snow-covered nights, providing world-class skiing throughout the weekend and top-notch bluegrass to cap the night activities.

Grateful Bluegrass Boys is a string band that plays traditional Bluegrass versions of Classic Rock favorites from bands such as the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, The Eagles, Rolling Stones and more. These songs, combined with classic Bluegrass and Country tunes, consistently have audiences singing and dancing along the whole show.

Meeting on the Mountain LIVE, a collaborative, live broadcast experience, closes their second season of shows on Thursday, Dec. 1. With Grant Farm as house band and Tyler Grant as host, each broadcast event includes performances and interviews with each featured act.

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