Previous Artists

Son Volt

Supporting artist: Sera Cahoone

Thursday
May 11, 2017

Genre
Acoustic

“There are only two kinds of songs,” Townes Van Zandt said, well before he died. “There’s the blues, and there’s zip-a-dee-doo-dah.” The new Son Volt album is titled Notes of Blue. Simple as that, maybe.

Sera Cahoone

Supporting artist for Son Volt.

Thursday
May 11, 2017

Genre
Americana

The world of American roots music is no stranger to Seattle songwriter Sera Cahoone. Even though her last three albums were on...

Brent Cobb

With supporting band King Cardinal.

Thursday
May 4, 2017

Genre
Country

Georgia-born, Nashville-based singer-songwriter Brent Cobb releases his debut album, Shine on Rainy Day, in 2016 after 10 years of searching for the right sound, vibe and producer.

King Cardinal

Opening for Brent Cobb.

Thursday
May 4, 2017

Genre
Alt-Folk

Any flannel-clad Bon Iver disciple can pick up an acoustic guitar and throw together a few bleeding-heart tunes dealing with well-worn folk tropes like love, loss and atonement. But only a select few can dig deep enough to transform cliche into palpable, gut-wrenching feeling. Enter Brennan Mackey, brainchild behind Denver-based alt-folk outfit King Cardinal.

Rodney Crowell

With supporting artist Liz Barnez.

Wednesday
March 15, 2017

Genre
Country

Rodney Crowell is a multi Grammy winning singer/songwriter, a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and the recipient of the 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting from the Americana Music Association.

Liz Barnez

Supporting artist for Rodney Crowell.

Wednesday
March 15, 2017

Genre
Swamp Folk

Liz Barnez began her musical career in her hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. She brought her eclectic style of music (which incorporates elements of folk, New Orleans R&B, blues, jazz, country and a hint of pop) to Colorado in the late ’80s and hasn't slowed down since. Her acoustic swamp groove is apparent in her guitar playing, songwriting and soulful inspired singing.

the subdudes

With supporting artist Tom Scharf.

Saturday
March 4, 2017

Genre
Roots Rock

Led by singer and guitarist Tommy Malone and accordionist John Magnie, the subdudes draw most of their inspiration from the sounds of their native New Orleans. They blend blues, gospel, funk and R&B with their own harmony vocals. Over the course of 25 years and ten albums, the subdudes have quietly become one of America's national music treasures.

Tom Scharf

Support for the subdudes.

Saturday
March 4, 2017

Genre
Folk

Tom Scharf is a local musician who sings, plays guitar, mandolin, bouzouki and other instruments. His regular ensemble is a seven-piece Americana band called Penguin Rodeo. Tonight he plays and sings solo.

Steve Poltz

Co-headlining with Trace Bundy

Wednesday
Feb. 15, 2017

Genre
Acoustic

As a recording artist, Steve Poltz fronted the Rugburns and is responsible for a critically lauded body of work on his own:

Trace Bundy

Co-headlining with Steve Poltz

Wednesday
Feb. 15, 2017

Genre
Acoustic

Internationally-acclaimed guitar virtuoso Trace Bundy uses harmonics, looping, multiple capos, and his unique banter and stage presence to deliver an unforgettable live concert experience.

Gregory Alan Isakov

With supporting artist Natalie Tate

Saturday
Jan. 28, 2017

Genre
Folk

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and calling Colorado home, Gregory Alan Isakov has been traveling all his life. His songs tell a story of miles and landscapes and the search for a sense of place.

Natalie Tate

Support for Gregory Alan Isakov

Saturday
Jan. 28, 2017

Genre
Folk

Natalie Tate’s music merges the roots sensibilities of her Colorado home with the planes of a more ethereal land.

David Bromberg

With supporting artist Cary Morin

Saturday
Jan. 7, 2017

Genre
Bluegrass

David Bromberg is an American singer-songwriter and instrumentalist. Bromberg’s musical journey spans five-and-a-half decades and includes collaborations with artists including Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jerry Garcia and Reverend Gary Davis.

Cary Morin

Supporting David Bromberg Quintet

Saturday
Jan. 7, 2017

Genre
Blues

Cary Morin brings together the great musical traditions of America and the world genres. With deft fingerstyle guitar and vocals that alternately convey melodic elation and gritty world-weariness, Morin crafts an inimitable style often characterized as acoustic Native Americana with qualities of blues, bluegrass, jazz, jam, reggae and dance.

Judy Collins

With supporting artist RL Cole

Thursday
Dec. 8, 2016

Genre
Folk

Collins began her music career at age 13 as a pianist. She is known for her imaginative interpretations of traditional and contemporary folk standards and her own poetically poignant original compositions.

RL Cole

Supporting for Judy Collins

Thursday
Dec. 8, 2016

Genre
Blues

Cole is a veteran of the stage, and has performed both nationally and internationally with A. Tom Collins (Greater Than Collective), El Sinfin (Rambler Records) and now as a solo performer. Cole’s sound and style draw heavily from early American music and push through the decades to include classic stylings, intertwining Delta blues and Appalachian folk with a dark Southern Gothic influence.

Darlingside

With supporting band The Haunted Windchimes

Thursday
Nov. 17, 2016

Genre
Indie/Folk

Darlingside (Don Mitchell, Auyon Mukharji, Harris Paseltiner and David Senft) are a Massachusetts-based ensemble whose sound is an eclectic blend of ‘60s folk, wry wit, classical arrangements, soaring harmonies and a modern indie-rock sensibility.

Bettye LaVette

With supporting duo Mark and Myles Sloniker

Friday
Nov. 4, 2016

Genre
Soul

Three-time Grammy nominee Bettye LaVette was born Betty Jo Haskin in 1946 in Muskegon, Michigan. LaVette is an interpreter of the highest order. Whether a song originated as country, rock, pop or blues, when she performs it, it is pure R&B. She gets inside a song and shapes it to convey all the emotion that can be wrought from the lyric.

Mark and Myles Sloniker

Supporting for Bettye LaVette

Friday
Nov. 4, 2016

Genre
Jazz

Jazz pianist, composer and educator Mark Sloniker has toured throughout the United States and abroad. Mark Sloniker has six recordings to his credit, and has appeared on countless other musicians' recordings. He has been an accompanist for the legendary late Steve Allen, as well as for Los Angeles Philharmonic principal flutist James Walker. Mark Sloniker has opened for Bob James, Spyro Gyra, Pat Metheny, Billy Taylor and Carmen McRae. Mark Sloniker also is an adjunct professor in the jazz studies program at Colorado State University.