Posts By: nstock

Reviewing Two Nights with The Infamous Stringdusters and The Deadly Gentlemen in Fort Collins

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Saturday, February 15 Knee deep in their “Ski Tour” The Infamous Stringdusters parked themselves in Fort Collins for a pair of shows far away from any panic-inducing gondolas. They brought along The Deadly Gentlemen who initially gained attention as the band with David Grisman’s progeny on bass. However, Sam Grisman has recently departed the group… Read more »

Show Review: Cornmeal with Whiskey Tango at Hodi’s Half Note

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Let me just clear the air, Cornmeal is alive and well and playing at a venue near you soon. Seriously, since the departure of long time fiddler Allie Kral fans have all but written off this once majestic centerpiece to the jamgrass scene. The fact of the matter is people grow and times change. I… Read more »

Review: Eric McFadden, Norwood Fisher, Willie Waldman featuring Paulo Baldi & Herman Green in Denver

The first night of February seemed doomed for a mediocre turnout. For reasons unbeknownst to me, this incredible musical collaboration that included Eric McFadden, Norwood Fisher, Willie Waldman, Paulo Baldi, & the legendary Mr. Herman Green was moved across town to Donkey OTs. You may remember in 2012 when Banyan opened up Sunday at Summer… Read more »

Reviewing Two Nights with Floodwood and Assembly Of Dust in Denver

After an incredible start to their Colorado run in Fort Collins, Floodwood spent a few nights taking in the beauty of the mountains. They rendezvoused with east coast buddies Assembly Of Dust for a two-night stand at Cervantes. This is like a dream show for me. AOD is a rare visitor to this state on… Read more »

Show Review: Floodwood with Gipsy Moon at Hodi’s Half Note

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I have personally been harassing Floodwood’s management for the better part of the last two years to get them to come out to Colorado. Given Al’s predilection for skiing it’s kind of a no brainer. Ever since first seeing them at Summer Camp I have been smitten with their sound. Floodwood’s brand of punchy acoustic… Read more »