You don’t have to be from the Lone Star State to appreciate the music in store for Steamboat when the Wheeler Brothers and Suzanna Choffel, both originally from Austin, perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Chief Theater.
This weekend will be a prime opportunity to catch live music, with numerous locations across town offering up tunes Friday and Saturday nights.
Taking the stage Sunday will be three Routt County musical acts: guitarist and singer Guerin Lewis, ’80s tribute band All About Me and folk rock group House with a Yard.
The last band to be announced will be the first to get Steamboat residents ready for a rocking season: New Orleans quintet Dumpstaphunk will return to Northwest Colorado for a June 28 engagement at Howelsen Hill.
Looking at a violin, an average music listener might not think it could sound like Jimi Hendrix’s electric guitar, much less the trumpet of Louis Armstrong. But as Daniel Bernard Roumain informs his students, anything is possible within the music world.
Musical acts Sam Bush Band and Drive-By Truckers are the latest additions to the Free Summer Concert Series roster and are performing in Steamboat on July 5 and 12, respectively.
Barry Fey’s greatest contribution to Denver and the region may have helping to establish Red Rocks as one of the most sought-after concert venues by the artists themselves.
On its first trip to Colorado, the jam rock quintet seems to be fitting right in, prepared with chains for the van's tires and a rollicking, mellow-yet-funky Americana rock sound.
Keith Terry and his wife, musician and songwriter Evie Ladin, will travel to Steamboat early next week for a performance and series of workshops.
The reunited band will play a free show at the base of Steamboat Ski Area to close out the 50th anniversary season.
This winter, the Jam Sesh group recorded new songs, each highlighting a member’s unique voice and talent, in the old St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and will be celebrating the release of their third album, “The Songwriter Series,” with a free event Thursday.
No stranger to the Rocky Mountains as a member of Denver-based record label Pretty Lights Music, Lipp will appear in Steamboat Springs on Saturday.
The full lineup of musicians and events recently was announced, and tickets go on sale April 10.
The Carolina Chocolate Drops, an old-time folk and blues trio, hails from Greensboro, North Carolina while the soul rock ‘n’ rollers Vintage Trouble come from Los Angeles.
Marquees relay more than events and announcements; they’re a lighted symbol of love. The Chief Theater marquee reminds me daily that there are concerts and special events brewing at this fledgling downtown performing arts center, which held its first arts event in February with a performance of “The Vagina Monologues.”