Enjoy our hot springs relaxing environment and listen to the rhythms of local artists performing acoustics, vocals, jazz, keyboards and saxophone. Line up from mid-May through June 18, 2017.
May 18th – Better Late Than Never
Glenwood Springs-based Better Late Than Never is an Americana band specializing in cover and original tunes with elements of classic rock, blues, R & B and folk music. Cole Campbell on guitar and vocals, Kendall Spyker on lead guitar, LeAnn Campbell on vocals and Clint Thompson on drums conspire to create a rare and special sound.
May 25th – John Riger
John Paul Riger is a jazz pianist, composer and recording artist from Somerset, Colorado. “Rig,” as he’s known by his family and friends, has released more than fifty recordings of various genres and has performed live professionally for more than forty years.
June 1st – Jeremy Isenhart
Born and raised in the Midwest, Jeremy Isenhart learned to play acoustic guitar studying legends such as Townes Van Zandt, John Prine, Catfish Keith, and Greg Brown. He has a love of storytelling, a passion for giving a voice to the downtrodden, and the sentiment to bring it all home with a healthy dose of humor.
June 8th – Jake and Melissa Statler
This local duo plays a variety of acoustic covers ranging in genre from folk and pop rock to reggae, hip-hop and instrumental fingerstyle/percussive guitar. Much of their musical inspiration is derived from Andy Mckee, Mike Dawes, Ed Sheeran, Tracy Chapman, Dave Matthews Band and Ben Howard.
June 15th – Cole Campbell
For more than three decades, Cole Campbell has been committed to producing meaningful Americana music through his extraordinary songwriting and guitar mastery. With a distinctive career of public performances that include sharing the stage with the talents of Taj Mahal, David Bromberg, Billy Nershi, Jessie Colin Young and the Marshall Tucker Band, Campbell has rendered himself an authentic and versatile player.
June 22nd – Josh Rogan
Josh Rogan is true grit, living the love he sings. His first two albums contained a gritty, hard-driven rock and roll sound. With his latest, At the End of the Day, he has tapped back into his acoustic blues roots and plays heart-felt, wrenching, soulful original tunes.