Photo By Lisa Siciliano
The Fox Street All Stars are coming your way: After touring regionally and joining forces for two national tours with Great Britain’s funkiest sons, The New Mastersounds, Colorado’s Fox Street All Stars are headed out on their very own headlining tour! This tour takes the boys through familiar and uncharted territory in the Northwest region- for regularFox Street stops like Jackson Hole and Sun Valley – as well as headlining and festival appearances throughout Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
The year 2011 has already been a landmark year for Fox Street All Stars – receiving great reviews and press for their debut album, “Welcome To Mighty Pleasin’ ” (released Nov 2010 – co-produced by Josh Fairman of Kinetix), and sharing the stage with a diverse cross-section of groups and artists like U.K. funk sensations The New Mastersounds, Robert Randolph and The Family Band, Stanton Moore of New Orleans’ Galactic, hip hop maestro Lyrics Born, Tony Hall of Dumpstaphunk, and Austin TX’s very own southern rockers, Band of Heathens.
The 2011 tour will also include Fox Street’s very first festival headlining slot, closing out the main stage of the Hot Routt Music Festival July 23rd in beautiful Steamboat, Colorado. A few days later, Fox Street will share the stage supporting both Bela Fleck & the Original Flecktones AND Bruce Hornsby July 28th in Ketchum, Idaho for the Sun Valley Shakedown. To celebrate the end of an amazing summer 2011 season, FoxStreet All Stars are proud to be announced as direct support for the Tedeschi Trucks Band – featuring legendary slide guitarist Derek Trucks, blues queen Susan Tedeschi, members of the Allman Brothers Band, and more – at Fort Collins, CO’s annual Bohemian Nights festival! Get all the details for the summer tour, as well as FREE tunes, press, video links, and more – all available at www.foxstreetallstars.com!
FOX STREET ALL STARS SUMMER TOUR 2011
THU July 21st – Victor, ID – Knotty Pine Supper Club (Music on Main After Party)
FRI July 22nd – Jackson Hole, WY – Town Square Tavern
SAT July 23rd – Steamboat, CO – Fox Street Headlines Hot Routt Music Festival
TUE July 26th – Boise, ID – The Reef
THU July 28th – (EARLY SHOW) – Ketchum, ID – Sun Valley Shakedown w/ Bela Fleck, Bruce Hornsby, & Fox Street All Stars!
THU July 28th – (LATE SHOW) – Ketchum, ID – Whiskey Jacques (Sun Valley shakedown After Party)
FRI July 29th – Stanley, ID – Fox Street plays the Sawtooth Music Festival w/ Langhorne Slim, Screen Door Porch, and more!
SAT July 30th – Missoula, MT – The Top Hat
SUN July 31st – Big Fork, MT – The Raven
TUE Aug 2nd – Seatlle, WA- The White Rabbit
WED Aug 3rd – Portland, OR- The Goodfoot
SAT Aug 13th – Fort Collins, CO – Supporting Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band at the Bohemian Nights Festival!
PRESS FOR FOX STREET ALL STARS & ” WELCOME TO MIGHTY PLEASIN’ “
Colin Bird, Mountain Weekly News (Steamboat, CO) – “For a debut album, this is awe-inspiring work…”
Marquee Magazine (Boulder, CO) – 4/5 Stars
Timothy Dwenger, ListenUpDenver.com (Denver, CO) – “[Fox Street] cut their teeth sharing Denver stages with groups like Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue, and Blues Traveler and are ready to take their show national. Fox Street has also made a name for themselves in the scene by orchestrating many memorable late night jams with heavy hitters like Stanton Moore of Galactic, Papa Mali, and Brian Jordan of Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe.”
“[Fox Street] closed their set with a raging 8 or 10 minute version of The Rolling Stones classic ‘Midnight Rambler’ which had every body in the house grooving along and hollering for more – which is A LOT more than most bands get when they are opening for a band with the draw of The New Mastersounds.”
Jenna Stecker, Mousike Magazine (Vail, CO) – “Meeting at the great American crossroads of blues, jazz, and country – with the natural end result being all rock n’ roll – are the Fox Street All Stars. They jam with a gritty sound like the Black Crowes, as well as the swing and upbeat vibe of Little Feat.”