The Colorado Sound S9 EP46

Whew … I can’t believe we’re this close to the end of the year.  If you haven’t voted yet, head over to TOP 100 Nominees for Fan Favorites of 2015.  I haven’t quite figured out yet how to deal with the isolated batch of singles that came out in the past year .. and I still have the songs of the year to sort through… hopefully in a couple of days so stay tuned for that.

To those who have messaged me over the past few weeks, or who have contributed to the GoFundMe campaign set up by our friend Megan, THANK YOU!  I cannot express how much your friendship means to me and Mrs Goat right now.

My wife has an annual thing she does.  She and our grand daughter wrote this song several years ago.  My wife posts it every Sunday on her FB pg.  I thought I’d share it here this week … hoping your family is safe and healthy this holiday season.

VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK:  

I got introduced to Chemistry Club a couple of years ago when they released songs like “Miranda” and “Navigator.”  A SpokesBuzz band, they’ll have a new single out on SpokesBuzz VOL VI, being released DEC 11 at Hodi’s Halfnote in Fort Collins.  

MMMM (Monday Morning Music Meeting)

Somerset CatalogLonely Fang (Misra)
Genre/style:  indie, rock/pop
Mixes well with Colorado bands:  Instant Empire, Achille Lauro, Everything Absent or Distorted (A Love Story), Born In the Flood

Easily one of the best new albums of the new year, and one of the best indie rock/pop albums that’s crossed my desk in the past couple of years.  I expect we’ll hear and see more of this outfit in 2016.

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Support has been provided by Fat Pig Society (website coming) A Workers’ Cooperative – Thanks to Fat Pig Society for supplying us with ALL Organic Hemp Infused Coconut Oil to supplement my wife’s cancer treatment.  For more information, until they get their website up, contact me at chriskmusic@gmail.com for information and a referral.

mishawakaThe Colorado Sound is supported by my incredible friends at the Mishawaka Amphitheater … soon to be 100 years old, and yes they have shows year round … during the cold months indoors in the SpokesBUZZ lounge … see www.themishawaka.com for upcoming events.  And, please thank them for supporting Colorado music.

SpokesBuzz Fort Collins logoThe Colorado Sound SUPPORTS SpokesBUZZ … a Colorado 501C3 non-profit dedicated to supporting the global visibility of Colorado sound and culture and to developing the professionalism of our local artists.  More info at www.SpokesBUZZ.org ….

SPECIAL EVENT – FRIDAY DEC 11th –> The SpokesBUZZ Band Together Volume 6 compilation cd release party featuring performances by all current artists in our SpokesBUZZ incubator:  American Blackout, Chemistry Club, Eldren, Gasoline Lollipops, Grim & Darling, iZCALLi, Pandas & People, Qbala, Red Fox Run, Slow Caves, The Burroughs and Wiredogs

  • Venue: Hodi’s Half Note
  • Venue Address: 167 N College Ave.
  • City: Fort Collins, Colorado
  • Age: All Ages
  • Ticket Price: $10 Minimum Suggested Donation
  • Doors Open: 7:00pm
  • Set Time: 8:00pm

For information about sponsoring The Colorado Sound please contact me at thecoloradosound@gmail.com

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KUNC 2KUNC Colorado Music Spotlight

DEC 8-11  

  • The Northern Empty
  • Somerset Catalog
  • Tuesday 10: 20 am & 11:20 pm
  • Wednesday 12:20 pm
  • Thursday 11:20 am & 9:20 pm
  • Friday 1:20 pm
  • 91.5FM Northern Front Range/Denver
  • 91.7FM Denver, Golden
  • 102.7FM Boulder
  • online at KUNC.org

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PLAYLIST CS S9 EP46

HOUR 1

Gary Stites “Lonely for You” from Lonely for You (1960)
Bob Lind “Colorado Line” from Colorado Line (1971)
(N) Coral Creek “Cryin’ Bout My Baby” from Coral Creek (2015)
(D) Kim Lindell “Black Jack” from To the Secret Fire (2013)
Calder’s Revolvers “Like You Know” from Sunday Morning (2014)
Overcasters “Storm of Crows” from Curses/Prayers (2012)
(N) Plum “Love Is In the Air” from Light Years, Dark Years (2016)
Janet Feder “Crows” from THISCLOSE (2015)
Jay Munly “Amen Corner” from Munly & the Lee Lewis Harlots (2004)
Chris Daniels & the Kings “Funky to the Bone” from Funky To the Bone (2015)
(N) No Fences “Big & Rich” from No Fences (2015) 
Kerry Pastine & the Crime Scene “Let’s Do This Thing!” from Let’s Do This Thing! (2015)
Charles McPherson “the Journey” from The Journey (2015)

HOUR 2

Sugarloaf “Myra Myra” from Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You (1975)
The Monocles “The Spider & the Fly” from The Spider & the Fly (1966)
Michal Menert “Everything Shines” from Space Jazz (2015)
Selasee and the Fafa Family “Time for Peace” from Time for Peace (2015)
Whiskey Blanket “Up up Away” from No Object (2010)
(D)Rapidgrass Quintet “Crooked Road” from Rapidgrass Quintet (2015)  
Amberly Chalberg “Big Blue Truck” from There Will Come A Day (2015)
Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Happiness Is” from Rocksteady (2010)
The Apples in Stereo “Dance Floor” from Travellers in Space and Time (2010)
(D) Somerset Catalog “Tired for the Cause” from Lonely Fang (2016)
Paper Bird “As i Am” from Rooms (2013)
Analog Son “Shady Nights” from Stomp and Shout (2015)

COLORADO TOP 100 FAN POLL 2015

If you came looking for this week’s regular post, sorry .. next week.  All the stations ran a repeat of an earlier episode this week. I took a few days off to spend with Mrs Goat for Thanksgiving and did not produce a new show this week.  Instead, welcome to the BEST OF 2015 FAN POLL.

There are HUNDREDS of recordings released in Colorado every year.  I’ve been fortunate over the years to chronicle over 300 releases a year on average.  Below are the TOP 100 that came into my view from Nov 1 2014 to Oct 31 2015.

My list is built from what is played on The Colorado Sound, as well as several non-commercial public and community radio stations around the state that I’ve watched and charted over the past six years.  Not everything or every style of music being made in Colorado is represented.

Stations like Open Air 102.3, 88.9FM KRFC, and 91.5FM KUNC form a trifecta of stations emitting love for Colorado musicians and their music, with coverage spanning the region from Northern Colorado through Denver, and around state, courtesy of KUNC’s 20 regional frequencies.

There’s some stuff missing .. there always is.

I could not find embeds for everything.  I tried to find a single track as a minimum.  Some links without an embed take you straight to the artist website page where you can stream and/or purchase their recordings.

Please do spend a little bit this holiday season on Colorado music … even a few bucks means someone liked it enough to “buy” it.  It’s the knowing that folks care enough to support our music with a “buy” that really matters – not the amount.  So please do support.

So there ya go … please VOTE HERE for your favorites after you’ve had a chance to check things out.

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Support has been provided by Fat Pig Society (website coming) A Workers’ Cooperative – Thanks to Fat Pig Society for supplying us with ALL Organic Hemp Infused Coconut Oil to supplement my wife’s cancer treatment.  For more information, until they get their website up, contact me at chriskmusic@gmail.com for information and a referral.

mishawakaThe Colorado Sound is supported by my incredible friends at the Mishawaka Amphitheater … soon to be 100 years old, and yes they have shows year round … during the cold months indoors in the SpokesBUZZ lounge … see www.themishawaka.com for upcoming events.  And, please thank them for supporting Colorado music.

SpokesBuzz Fort Collins logoThe Colorado Sound SUPPORTS SpokesBUZZ … a Colorado 501C3 non-profit dedicated to supporting the global visibility of Colorado sound and culture and to developing the professionalism of our local artists.  More info at www.SpokesBUZZ.org ….

SPECIAL EVENT – FRIDAY DEC 11th –> The SpokesBUZZ Band Together Volume 6 compilation cd release party featuring performances by all current artists in our SpokesBUZZ incubator:  American Blackout, Chemistry Club, Eldren, Gasoline Lollipops, Grim & Darling, iZCALLi, Pandas & People, Qbala, Red Fox Run, Slow Caves, The Burroughs and Wiredogs

  • Venue: Hodi’s Half Note
  • Venue Address: 167 N College Ave.
  • City: Fort Collins, Colorado
  • Age: All Ages
  • Ticket Price: $10 Minimum Suggested Donation
  • Doors Open: 7:00pm
  • Set Time: 8:00pm

For information about sponsoring The Colorado Sound please contact me at thecoloradosound@gmail.com

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AND THE NOMINEES ARE

please VOTE HERE for your favorites

  1. Amberly Chalberg There Will Come A Day (Americana)
  2. AMZYWe Don’t Walk, We Dance (Rock/Pop) 
  3. Analog SonStomp and Shout (Funk/Jazz) 
  4. Andy HackbarthPanorama Motel (Rock/Acoustic Rock) 
  5. Andy Thomas’ Dust HeartReckless Abandonment (Rock)
  6. Annie BoothWanderlust (Jazz)
  7. AugustusInto Frames (Rock) 
  8. Ben HauglandA Million Dreams (Jazz)
  9. Ben Markley ~ Clint Ashlock QuintetThe Return (Jazz)
  10. Bill Frisell Guitar In the Space Age (Instrumental, Rock)
  11. Burnt LipsTropical Moon (Reggae/Ska)
  12. Cary MorinTiny Town (Blues) 
  13. Charles McPhersonThe Journey (Jazz)
  14. Chella & The CharmChella & The Charm (Rock) 
  15. Chimney ChoirBoomtown (Americana) 
  16. Chris Daniels & the KingsFunky To the Bone (Blues/Funk/R&B) 
  17. Chuck PyleCover Stories (Folk)
  18. CovenhovenThe Wild and Free (Folk)
  19. Dan Treanor’s Afrosippi Band feat. Erica Brown & MJBorn to Love the Blues (Blues)
  20. Dana Landry QuartetStandard Elevation (Jazz)
  21. Danielle Ate the SandwichThe Drawing Back of Curtains (Folk) 
  22. Danny ShaferWeddings, Floods and Funerals (Americana)
  23. Doves & WolvesDoves & Wolves (Folk-rock) 
  24. EdisonGhosts (Folk)  
  25. Eef & the Blues ExpressAll Rivers Run To The Sea (Blues)
  26. EldrenWelcome to Deathville (Rock)
  27. Elephant RevivalSands of Now (Americana) 
  28. Eric GunnisonVoyageur (Jazz)
  29. Finnders & Youngberg (aka FY5) – Eat The Moon (Bluegrass, Country) https://www.reverbnation.com/finndersandyoungberg/song/23792310-she-wants-to-eat-the-moon?wordpress=1&pwc%5Bsize%5D=small
  30. Fox St.Authentic Western Dress (Rock, blues) 
  31. Gipsy MoonAutumn’s Retreat (Folk) 
  32. Grandpa’s GunBack Into Town (Americana)
  33. Greg BlakeSongs of Heart and Home (Bluegrass/Country) 
  34. Grim & DarlingBeauty Through Pain (Pop, Adult Alternative) 
  35. Ian CookeAntiquasauria (Alternative) 
  36. In The WhaleFull Nelson (Punk/Metal) 
  37. Instant EmpireLamplight Lost (Rock) 
  38. Ivory CircleIsosceles (Rock) 
  39. Janet FederTHISCLOSE (Alternative) 
  40. Jeff AustinThe Simple Truth (Americana/bluegrass)
  41. Jeff Jenkins OrganizationThe Arrival (Jazz)
  42. John StatzTulsa (Americana, Alt-country-rock) 
  43. Juno What?! – Stranger (Funk/R&B/Soul) 
  44. Kenny KnightCrossroads (Rock)
  45. Kerry Pastine & the Crime SceneLet’s Do This Thing! (Rock, Rhythm & Blues) 
  46. Kevin DooleyTreehouse (Americana)
  47. King CardinalOnce A Giant EP (Americana) 
  48. Kyle HollingsworthSpeed of Life (Rock, Adult) 
  49. Land LinesNatural World (Rock, Indie) 
  50. Lara RugglesCynics & Saints (Pop, Adult Alternative) 
  51. Leftover SalmonHigh Country (Rock, jamband) 
  52. Liz BarnezWelcome Back (Folk)
  53. Longest Day Of The YearCarapace (Rock) 
  54. Matt SkellengerNew Radio (Jazz)
  55. Megan BurttThe Bargain (Rock, Adult) 
  56. Michael KirkpatrickHoney Rider (Folk) 
  57. Michal MenertMichal Menert & the Pretty Fantastics 1 (Pop, electro-pop
  58. Michal MenertSpace Jazz (EDM) 
  59. MojomamaMojomama (Blues)
  60. MontropoFollow Me (Rock) 
  61. Natalie WalkerStrange Bird (Rock, Pop) 
  62. Nathaniel RateliffCloser (Folk)
  63. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night SweatsNathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats (Rythm & Blues) 
  64. New Ben FranklinsSomething Old, Something New (Americana/Alt-country)
  65. No FencesNo Fences (Americana, Country) 
  66. One Flew WestSelective Memory (Rock/Pop) 
  67. Otis TaylorHey Joe Opus Red Meat (Blues)
  68. Paa KowAsk (Workd, Funk, Jazz) 
  69. Paul Mullikin QuintetTime Is Now (Jazz)
  70. Post ParadiseBring It To Life (Side A) (Rock) 
  71. RailsplittersThe Faster It Goes (Bluegrass)
  72. Red Fox RunRed Fox Run (Rock) 
  73. Richard DeanAccidental Human (Folk, Rock)
  74. Richie FurayHand In Hand (Americana)
  75. Rob DrabkinLive Vol. II (Rock, Adult Alternative)
  76. Rose QuartzAxis of Love (Pop, electro-pop) 
  77. Ryan ChrysUp From The North (Country, Rock)  
  78. Selasee and the Fafa FamilyTime for Peace (Reggae) 
  79. Shaley ScottRescue Me (Rhythm & Blues, Pop) 
  80. Snake Rattle Rattle SnakeTotem (Rock, Indie) 
  81. Steve Kovalcheck TrioStomping Ground (Jazz)
  82. TaarkaMaking Tracks Home (Folk) 
  83. Taylor ScottA Closer Look, The Second Glance (Blues)
  84. The BurroughsSweaty Greeley Soul (Blues) 
  85. The Echo Chamber Synesthesia (Rock)  
  86. The FremontsThe Fremonts EP (Americana) 
  87. The KnewSchmew (Rock/Punk)
  88. The Sound and ColorThe Sound and Color (Rock) 
  89. The Yawpers American Man (Rock) 
  90. Toad In the HoleWallflower (Rock) 
  91. Todd AdelmanHighways & Lowways (Americana) 
  92. Trinity DemaskElemental (Folk)
  93. Trout Steak RevivalBrighter Every Day (Bluegrass) 
  94. Various artistsJayme Stone’s Lomax Project (Folk) 
  95. Various artistsSpokesBUZZ Vol V: Band Together (Various) 
  96. Von StomperAmericado (Americana) 
  97. Wasteland HopSymbiotic Clock (Hip-Hop) 
  98. Wendy Woo BandTipping Point (Rock, Adult) 
  99. Yonder Mountain String BandBlack Sheep (Bluegrass)
  100. Young AncientsFishstory (Americana) 

please VOTE HERE for your favorites

The Colorado Sound S8|EP44 Nov 2014

Chris K profile pic Oct 2014A great week as this year’s Colorado Music Hall of Fame class was announced by executive director G. Brown.  Congrats to Caribou Ranch, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Manassas, Firefall, and Poco.  There is a considerable amount of history among those four acts, each of which contributed something significant to Colorado music history.  It will be great for folks from around the world to see and hear what these bands brought to Colorado when they visit Red Rocks over the years to come.   G has yet to announce the details of the show, scheduled for Jan 9 at the Paramount Theatre in Denver.

When I spoke with Richie Furay for our Offstage Beyond the Music podcast, he said he’d be a part of it.  I’m sure Jock Bartley and Rick Roberts from Firefall will be present, and as well, Kenny Passarelli who did some time with Manassas, and who still lives and produces records here regionally.  Jimmy Ibbotson from the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band still lives here, so I’m sure he’ll be a part of things also.  Beyond that, I have to wonder if we’ll get to see Stephen Stills and Chris Hillman from Manassas or John McEuen or some of the other guys from “the Dirt” band.  It’d be a hellova show for us baby boomers for sure if as many living members of the bands as possible were able to participate.  Most of those guys are mid to late 60s and older now (Richie is 78) now and were instrumental in our lives in the 60s and 70s.

NEWS & NOTES:  

EMAIL OR FACEBOOK?

One of my clients emailed me this week and asked my opinion about promoting a show.  He asked which is a better method – email or facebook.  What do you think?  To add to the complication, an article hit just as I was hitting the publish button that underlies the confusion and lack of ease with which musicians and bands and others of us in the music promote our shows etc.  According to an article published Nov 17 in Digital Music News, “Facebook will be reducing the amount of “overly promotional” posts from Pages in newsfeeds starting in 2015. Posts that aren’t paid ads will become less visible if they meet the following criteria:

  1. “Posts that solely push people to buy a product or install an app
  2. Posts that push people to enter promotions and sweepstakes with no real context
  3. Posts that reuse the exact same content from ads”

To go with that, “…you can no longer offer incentives to get page likes.” 

VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK

Some friends introduced me to this “new” single from OneRepublic, off their Native album.  There’s a story here worth our attention.

OFFSTAGE …BEYOND THE MUSIC

The 3rd installment of my conversation with Reed Foehl.  If you’d like to download it go to KUNC or Radio 94.9 Colorado pls.  I’m only allowing streaming from here.

PLAYLIST S8|EP44

(D) = debut of single, ep, or lp
(N) = new song from previously debuted ep or lp

HOUR 1

The Czars “What I Can Do For You” from Uncle Charlie and His Dog Teddy (1970)
Space Team Electra “Saints Are Bleeding” from The Vortex Flower (2001)
(D) The Sound and Color “Tug of War” from The Sound and Color (2015) Jeff Brinkman “Ordinary Day” from Strange (2012)
Drew Schofield “Break It Down” from 150 Million (-1) (2014)
(N) OneRepublic “I Lived” from Native (2013)
The Wild After “Meant for You” from Lesson Learned EP (2014)
(N) Silent Bear “Red Colorado Night” from The Green Lion (2014)
Tennis “Tell Her No” from Tell Her No (2011)
Stella Luce “Rain” from Caldera (2014)
Chemistry Club “Miranda” from Miranda (2014)
Tia Fuller “Ralphie’s Groove” from Angelic Warrior (2012)

HOUR 2

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band “Some of Shelly’s Blues” from Greatest Hits (1990)
Manassas “Colorado” from Manassas (1972)
Firefall “Livin’ Ain’t Livin’” from Firefall (1976)
Poco “When It All Began” from Legacy (1989)
(N) Leftover Salmon “High Country” from High Country (2015)
Big Head Todd & The Monsters “I Get Smooth” from Black Beehive (2014)
John Oates “Stone Cold Love” from Good Road to Follow (2014)
Reed Foehl “When It Comes Around” from Spark (2004)
Dianne Reeves “Endangered Species” from The Best of Dianne Reeves (2000)
Hazel Miller Band “Spider Web” from Coming To You Live…From KUVO (2011)
Jon Wirtz “Country” from Tourist (2013)

What are YOUR Favorites of 2014 So Far?

Which of the following titles do you own one or more cuts from in your collection?  That’s a better indication of what your favorites are to me than any other consideration.  Cuz if you don’t have it, how can it be your favorite, right?  So, only pick from those you actually have in your collection please.  And do share.

The Colorado Sound S8 EP19 May 2014

Coming in July – a new Rocky Mountain Music Network / The Colorado Sound Presentation —- and I need your help.

chris at ob hmls sunday june 16 2013Nowadays it’s pretty easy to find out about folks who play music here in Colorado.  We’ve got lots of great music discovery programs and video sessions. Loft Sessions, Second Story Garage, and Open Air 1340 are the creme-du-jour, and then there are the interview programs that feature live music like KRFC’s Live At Lunch.   Want to know about the music, the band etc?  Easy.  Want to find out about the person him/herself?  Not so easy.

So, here’s the deal.  Beginning in mid July I will be debuting a new podcast.  Coming up with a new idea wasn’t easy.  I’ve been asked for several years to consider doing a music or interview based podcast.  Music podcasts are out as a matter of federal copyright law, and all of the interview programs I’ve heard have been heavy on music talk – not personal talk.

Inspired by (and instigated by) the “gentle persuasions” of two very good friends of mine in Northern Colorado radio, and currently being developed under the working title “Colorado Living Room Sessions,” host Chris K, aka goat, will visit music dignitaries, luminaries, legends, award winners, industry leaders, and emerging regional and national Colorado acts – in their (living rooms) – providing a much more intimate “look” into the lives of those who bring us our music.

The story is not about the music, but the person behind the music. It’s me  and  ______________ sitting comfortably, chatting about life, family, sports, profession, influences, inspirations, challenges, kids, grand kids, jobs, whatever and wherever the conversation may go.

This is not to say that music won’t be a part of the podcast (LOL … like that would ever happen), but it will be used as a bridge or break or to amplify some facet of what’s taking place in the conversation. And of course, if there’s a new record or major event or something music related, it will be included.

Currently we’re planning a 15-20 minute podcast.  There is also ongoing discussion whether I’ll do a weekly or bi-weekly episode.  The thought right now is that each episode could will be produced in two 15-20 minute parts (EP1/part1, EP1/part2)…  with a new episode every other week … lots to consider.  Shorter segments of 2-3 minutes will be edited for inclusion in weekly radio shows, as a tease for the full podcast.

David Glasser (Airshow Mastering, NARAS Board of Govenors)

Currently signed up:  David Glasser (Airshow Mastering, NARAS), Chris Daniels (Colorado Music Hall of Fame inductee), Liz Barnez (Bohemian Nights) and Mark Bliesener (bandguru, Lyle Lovett, BHTM).  

NEED YOUR HELP HERE

Chris Daniels (Colorado Music Hall of Fame inductee)
Chris Daniels (Colorado Music Hall of Fame inductee)

This is where you come in.  We need a title.  So what the hell .. how bout it?  Care to jump in and help out?  Here are a couple of suggestions with a place for you to write in a response.  Have at it.  I’ll pull together all the suggestions – pick which make sense from my side of the table – and we’ll have a run-0ff fan poll in June to determine the winning idea.

SHARE THIS WITH YOUR FANS, FRIENDS, and FAMILY

VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK

PLAYLIST S8 EP19 May 2014

Zephyr “Dreamin’” from Heartbeat (1982)
Chris Daniels & the Kings “Roadhouse Music” from When You’re Cool (1987)
Jeff Finlin “East by West” from The Tao of Motor Oil (2010)
(D) Rachel & the Kings “Edge of Me” from Edge of Me EP (2014) Wendy Woo “Hold On” from Live (2013)
(D) Josh Blackburn “Sympathy” [single] (2014) (D) American Blackout “Truth & Charades” [single] (2014) 
Slim Cessna’s Auto Club “Do You Know Thee Enemy” from Unentitled (2011)
(D) Dakota Blonde “The Love We Build” from The Love We Build (2013)
Thom Chacon “American Dream” from Thom Chacon (2013)
Ryan D White “Love Story” from Something Brilliant Is About to Happen (2014)
(D/G) Billy Ryan & Black Irish “Lion of Ireland” from Billy Ryan & Black Irish (Remastered) (1988)
Zephyr “Don’t Come Back” from Heartbeat (1982)
Jill Sobule “Supermodel” from Jill Sobule (1995)
(N) Grant Farm “Shiny Brown Eyes” from Plowin’ Time (2014)
The Wild After “Meant for You” from Lesson Learned EP (2014)
(D) Kate LeRoux “It Doesn’t Matter At All (single edit)” from Phoenix (2014) Matt Skinner Band “I’ll Keep Loving” from Native Stranger (2013)
The Apples in Stereo “Hey Elevator” from Travellers in Space and Time (2010)
The Fray “Love Don’t Die” from Helios (2014)
Musketeer Gripweed “A Train” from Floods and Fires (2014)
Arthur Lee Land “Cracked Open” from Cracked Open (2013)
Jon Wirtz “Country” from Tourist (2013)

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The Colorado Sound Presents @ the Mish … coming … in July … a night under the stars with DeadFloyd  … information at www.themishawaka.com 

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