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Beaver Creek Music Experience

MusicExperience

More than a concert series - it’s a Music Experience!

Experience music with the new Wednesday night tradition with the beauty of Beaver Creek as it’s backdrop. Join us Wednesday Nights at 6:00PM in Beaver Creek to enjoy popular music at intimate venues around the village wihch change weekly. Live music is free for all guests. 

 

Summer Schedule:

Date  Performer  Venue 
July 9th   To be announced Beaver Creek Plaza 
July 16th  To be announced
Spruce Saddle (via Complimentary Chair 6 Access beginning at 5PM) 
July 23rd  To be announced
Vilar Performing Arts Center 
July 30th  To be announced 
Creekside Park 
August 6th  To be announced
8100 Lawn 
August 13th    To be announced
Chophouse Lawn 

 


 

Mia Borders

    Mia Borders has captured the attention of both local and national audiences with her energetic blend of funk, soul, and contemporary songwriting. Offbeat Magazine's Alex Rawls writes, "Note to self: Pay more attention to Mia Borders," and USA today named Mia one of the 2010 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival's “hidden surprises.” The April 2010 release of her second full-length album, "Magnolia Blue,” earned her a nomination for Best Emerging Artist at the Big Easy Music Awards, as well as a nationally broadcast performance at N.O. Jazz Fest '10. She hit the road and performed at Mount Helena Music Fest, San Jose Jazz Fest, Taos Mountain Music Fest, Voodoo Fest, Bonnaroo (VIP pre-party with Big Sam's Funky Nation), the Kennedy Center, VOW Festival, and Gretna Fest, among other notable venues. When she opened for Corinne Bailey Rae at the House of Blues New Orleans in September 2010, "Borders drew the crowd in and had them cheering for more" (NewOrleans.com). With this and much more ahead, Mia Borders has secured her role as one of the fastest rising artists from New Orleans. 

 

Lincoln Durham

    Lincoln's current album, "The Shovel vs. The Howling Bones" is an album of self-destruction. "It is my agony put into words and music via 11 songs," Lincoln explains. "It is the story of building dreams and tearing down those dreams all in the same moment. I am both the shovel and the howling bones. Burying while at the same time howling and contesting my own burial. It is my existence."

Live, Lincoln Durham simply owns the stage. Equipped with old, makeshift 1950s amps, resonators, fiddles, harmonicas, cigar box guitars, tin can microphones, slides, kick drums and you name it, Lincoln gives birth to a sound that transcends genres. His dark, poetic and raw writing style is reminiscent of his mentor R.W. Hubbard, telling tales that Poe would have been proud of. His guitar work is like a locomotive pumping and driving the runaway train that is Lincoln Durham and his music.

 

Hazel Miller

    Hazel Miller is not just a great singer; "she is a force of nature!" quotes the Rocky Mountain News. Her voice has been called "stunning, moving and powerful." Hazel has been a sought after performer in Colorado for the past 27 years; ” Whether she is singing blues, jazz, pop, or Gospel, her voice charges the songs with a primal dose of genuine soul”.

Hazel began her 4I-year career in Louisville, Kentucky, where she rose to the top of the music scene. There she opened for popular artists such as Lonnie Brooks, James Brown, Temptations, Earl Klugh, Bob James, Lou Rawls and many others. Most recently, Hazel opened for Jay Leno.

Since moving to Colorado in 1984 she has regularly performed with Big Head Todd and the Monsters. She was a regular performer on the ETown Radio Show, aired on NPR. She has performed at all the major jazz and music festivals throughout Colorado while maintaining a working band which won the Westword Readers Poll "Best Blues/R&B" band. She has sung with or opened for such artists as Leon Russell, B. B. King, India Aire, Julian Lennon, John Hammond Jr., Lucy Bleu Tremblay, Peter, Paul and Mary, Stanley Jordan, John Mayall, Charlie Musselwhite, Leo Kottke, Bob Weir, Herbie Hancock, Pop Staples, Five Blind Boys of Alabama, Nil Lara, Roger Clifton, Nancy Griffith, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, James Cotton, Lonnie Brooks, Lou Rawls, Rickie Lee Jones, James Taylor, Spyro Gyro, Joe Sample, Little Ed and the Blues Imperials, Michael McDonald, and many more.

 

The Deadly Gentlemen

    The Deadly Gentlemen started out a couple years ago as an experimental spoken word bluegrass band, but have changed the game plan as of late; now seen mostly as an epic folk and grasscore band.

The band comprised of five talented members: Greg Liszt, banjo and vocals; Stash Wyslouch, guitar and vocals; Mike Barnett, fiddle and vocals; Dominick Leslie, mandolin and vocals; and Sam Grisman, double bass and vocals, offer endless entertainment for all to enjoy.

Instead of utilizing a lead singer, the musicla style uses a nonstop orchestration of somewhat unconventional vocals, with everybody in the band doing everything they can. Expect a lot of three-part harmony singing, group shouting, really dense rhymes and an almost rap-like phrasing.

 

The Congress

    Evoking emotions that you thought had long passed – the feeling of your first cigarette, or the way you feel listening to a worn vinyl as it warmly crackles against the sound of a summer night – The Congress is naturally compared to many names and styles of years gone by. But drawing such comparisons is, in many respects, a misguided endeavor. Misguided not because you’d be wrong, but because you’d be missing the beautiful point – The Congress are a natural evolution of more than 60 years of purely American music. With a spirit rooted just south of the Mason-Dixon Line, and now calling Denver – “The Queen City of the West” – their home, they’ve got enough soul, grit, and have spent enough time in the woodshed and on the road to call them pretty much whatever you want. But whatever words you think you need to describe their contribution to the American music tradition – save your breath. The Congress play Rock & Roll.

 

Fierce Bad Rabbit

    Fusing together melodic strands of indie/alternative effects with a rock foundation, Fierce Bad Rabbit creates a unique sound that travels through poignant lyrics and pop-infused tunes to gritty pieces showcasing front man Chris Anderson’s well-honed style of songwriting. Evolving from their formation in 2009, Fierce Bad Rabbit has grown from Northern Colorado roots, blending together four strong musical talents from different genres. Featuring Anderson on vocals, guitar and piano, Alana Rolfe on viola and vocals, Dayton Hicks on bass guitar, and Max Barcelow on drums, percussion and vocals, the band has grown into a collective of raw and unbridled ambitions mixed with a strong sensibility for keeping their sound fresh and progressive.

With their newest album, “The Maestro and the Elephant,” released at the end of 2012, Fierce Bad Rabbit has transformed once again into a more mature, grounded, and modernized sound, while staying true to their proven poeticism and emotion-driven lyrics. Bringing multiple influences and genres, as well as collaborative writing to the project, the album presents a fresh face of Fierce Bad Rabbit, and one that includes Anderson co-writing with Shane Kiester, Rolfe, and Barcelow. As the follow up to their acclaimed 2010 release, “Spools of Thread,” as well as two EP’s, “Black and White,” and “Live and Learn,” Fierce Bad Rabbit takes the stage once again as a relevant voice in the music scene.
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