Full 2013 Telluride Bluegrass Festival lineup announced: Mumford & Sons, String Cheese Incident and moreFebruary 26th, 2013
New Jersey’s favorite rootsy jam band, Railroad Earth, kicked off a three-night stand at the Odgen Theatre with energy on Friday night.
Boulder’s eTown Hall has seen a lot of action lately — especially for a venue that’s not even officially finished.
The 89-year-old former church, which is undergoing a $7 million renovation, is the new home of eTown, the liberal-minded music-and-conversation radio show that reaches more than 300 stations and an estimated 1 million listeners each week.
SnowBall Music Festival’s Sunday night headliner will be STS9, as announced on the festival’s Facebook page yesterday.
Sixteen years proved worth the wait.
In the band’s first Colorado New Year’s show since 1996, hometown boys, String Cheese Incident, played their best show of the year, firing on all cylinders at the 1stBank Center over the course of three brilliant sets.
Among fans of jam bands, a commonly held axiom for those who like Widespread Panic is, “Never miss a Sunday show.” For those who like String Cheese Incident, one that might be adapted is, “Never miss the second show of a three-night run.”
On Sunday night at 1stBank Center, hometown boys, String Cheese Incident, brought the goods in force over the course of three delectable hours.