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  • This year's installment of Telluride Bluegrass Festival saw a multitude of new acts and many mainstays. The weather was pristine and the people were generous with a place on their tarp or camp and an easy smile. Every day seemed to boast weather better than the last and each act left the faithful thinking, “well there is no way they can top that.  Friends old and new, families of tradition and families making new traditions, all came together for the undeniable love of Bluegrass music.

    Telluride Bluegrass Festival – June 16, 17, 18, 19 – Telluride Town Park

    This year's installment of Telluride Bluegrass Festival saw a multitude of new acts and many mainstays. The weather was pristine and the people were generous with a place on their tarp or camp and an easy smile. Every day seemed to boast weather better than the last and each act left the faithful thinking, “well there is no way they can top that. Friends old and new, families of tradition and families making new traditions, all came together for the undeniable love of Bluegrass music.

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  • On this episode of Noise Behind The Sound Eric and Gary welcome the Grammy Award-winning guitarist from Soulive and Lettuce, Eric Krasno.  The guys talk about Lettuce's recent Red Rocks gig before diving deep into Kraz's new solo album, 'Blood From A Stone' which Kraz will be supporting with two solo band shows on the Front Range next weekend.

    Noise Behind The Sound Talks Lettuce and ‘Blood From A Stone’ with Eric Krasno

    On this episode of Noise Behind The Sound Eric and Gary welcome the Grammy Award-winning guitarist from Soulive and Lettuce, Eric Krasno. The guys talk about Lettuce's recent Red Rocks gig before diving deep into Kraz's new solo album, 'Blood From A Stone' which Kraz will be supporting with two solo band shows on the Front Range next weekend.

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  •  Gramatik returned to Red Rocks Amphitheater with Hippy Sabotage, Sweater Beats, The Geek X Vrv and ProbCause for a thrilling Friday night affair.  After last year’s ‘Blizzmatik’ event in which wet snow hammered fans and performers throughout the night, fans flocked to the sold-out rerun at Red Rocks on Friday night. This time around the weather was benign and the young-colorful crowd gathered in the parking lot before the show to laugh about last years’ fun and enjoy the sunset.

    Gramatik – June 17th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Gramatik returned to Red Rocks Amphitheater with Hippy Sabotage, Sweater Beats, The Geek X Vrv and ProbCause for a thrilling Friday night affair. After last year’s ‘Blizzmatik’ event in which wet snow hammered fans and performers throughout the night, fans flocked to the sold-out rerun at Red Rocks on Friday night. This time around the weather was benign and the young-colorful crowd gathered in the parking lot before the show to laugh about last years’ fun and enjoy the sunset.

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  • The New Orleans Suspects are throwing one hell of an after party this weekend during the Widespread Panic shows at Red Rocks.  The Suspects will be performing two nights this Friday and Saturday and have a whole mess of friends joining them including members of Widespread Panic, Little Feat, and many more! Believe us, you don’t want to miss these shows!

    PICK OF THE WEEK: The New Orleans Suspects & Friends – Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom– Friday & Saturday, June 24 & 25

    The New Orleans Suspects are throwing one hell of an after party this weekend during the Widespread Panic shows at Red Rocks. The Suspects will be performing two nights this Friday and Saturday and have a whole mess of friends joining them including members of Widespread Panic, Little Feat, and many more! Believe us, you don’t want to miss these shows!

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  •  The second Ziggy Marley and his band took the stage at the Gardens last week, fans were on their feet and moving close to the stage to ensure they staked a claim on dancing space. Many of the Garden faithful had caught Marley’s performance last summer and knew they were in for a long night of upbeat songs that were guaranteed to keep feet moving and hearts smiling.

    Ziggy Marley – June 8th – Denver Botanic Gardens

    The second Ziggy Marley and his band took the stage at the Gardens last week, fans were on their feet and moving close to the stage to ensure they staked a claim on dancing space. Many of the Garden faithful had caught Marley’s performance last summer and knew they were in for a long night of upbeat songs that were guaranteed to keep feet moving and hearts smiling.

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