Thursday, January 18, 2001
Steamboat Springs It's the time of year when bands begin flooding into Steamboat Springs, making it difficult for fans to choose. Here's what's happening.
Wayne "The Train" Hancock, King of Hick Swing from Texas, will be lighting up the stage tonight at The Cellar Lounge with his country billy rock. Located at 703 Lincoln Ave. No cover before 10 p.m., 21 and older only.
If you're in the mood for all of your old favorites, Old Town Pub and Restaurant is featuring Worried Men at 9:30 p.m. Steamboat's favorite acoustic duo, playing everything "from Willie to Dylan," will be performing in the bar. Located at the corner of Sixth Street and Lincoln Avenue. No cover, 21 and older only.
On the road with the "I'm With Stupid" tour, Buckshot's last show will be at Tugboat Grill and Pub to play its mix of southern rock and country punk. Based out of New Orleans, this will be Buckshot's fifth time in Steamboat playing hits from their last album, "Full Throttle." The Tugboat is located at 1860 Ski Time Square, 21 and older only.
Yo-Yo-Ma Presents a New Orleans-style Mardi Gras Parade music with Rebirth Brass Band Saturday and Sunday at The Cellar Lounge. With its creation in 1983, Rebirth Brass Band combines elements of New Orleans marching band, old-school funk, rap, reggae, avant-garde jazz and rock 'n' roll. Rebirth will release its sixth album on Mardi Gras Records in February. Tickets are available in advance for $13 at The Cellar Lounge and All That Jazz. Tickets at the door are $15. Doors open at 8 p.m., band begins at 10 p.m. The Cellar Lounge is located at 703 Lincoln Ave., 21 and older only.
The All Mighty Senators of Baltimore will perform Monday and Tuesday at 10 p.m. at the Tugboat Grill and Pub as part of the band's Rockies tour. Considered a "high-octane blend of rock and soul," All Mighty Senators released their latest album, "Raw Power Live!" in December 1999. AMS has played with artists such as Jimmy Cliff, moe., Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Primus, Fishbone, Dee-Lite and a variety of others. This unsigned band has sold more than 15,000 CDs, most selling at the shows. The Tugboat is located at 1860 Ski Time Square, 21 and older only.
In celebration of the Nordic Combined World Cup Jan. 25-27, Boulder-based band Leftover Salmon will perform at a free outdoor street party Wednesday.
The event will begin at 6 p.m., with the band beginning at 6:30 p.m. between Oak Street and Lincoln Avenue. Food and drinks are available, all ages welcome, but no dogs or alcohol allowed. See story page 3.
The Tugboat Grill and Pub will feature Baltimore's best jam band Fat Apple Wednesday and Thursday at 10 p.m. The music has been described as Jamiroquai meets Widespread Panic at Herbie Hancock's house. 21 and older only.