Posts Tagged: Jam

Reflecting on Scamp

After 4 days of some of the best music of my life, it has come to an end. Looking back, I had one of the best times of my life. Sure, the weather was nasty, but there’s nothing you can do to change that. I played football growing up and I learned real quick that… Read more »

Fare thee Well

Sunday is finally here after Saturday’s bitter cold rain. A majority of my time was spent inside my tent or the Vibe tent. There is a top layer of slop for about 6 inches on every trail in here but spirits are still high. The more serious of the wookie’s are still rolling with a… Read more »

My 2013 Scamp Overture

Salutations! I am PUMPED to kick off my festival season with all you beautiful people at Summer Camp 2013!  For my very first blog post ever, I am going to share my thoughts on this year’s ridiculous lineup…..Thursday’s pre-party contains some of my favorite up-and-coming acts.  I love the nerdy electronic energy of Digital Tape Machine and Future Rock always has the best dance… Read more »

Everyone Orchestra with Marcellis Wallace 5-16-13

Everyone Orchestra travels the country bringing one-time only musical experiences to the masses. They are a tradition at Summer Camp as part of the Make A Difference events at Summer Camp. If you don’t know what that is, look in your program and get involved. or check here. http://summercampfestival.com/community/make-a-difference/ From the mind of Matt Butler… Read more »

The Meter Men with Euforquestra

With their first show selling out months in advance, The Meter Men decided to add a second night at The Ogden. By many accounts the second night which coincided with Page McConnell’s birthday, was the show to see. We arrived around 8:15 PM grabbed our passes and headed to Sancho’s for some pre-show libations. As… Read more »

Euforquestra with Jet Edison and Rudie Clash

Euforquestra has traveled through the murky waters of change and emerged triumphant and unscathed. Musically, the adversity of loosing a founding member could be enough to rock the very foundation on which any band is built. This is not the case with Euforquestra. They continue to tour relentlessly and are currently celebrating their tenth year… Read more »

Summer Camp Music Festival 2013: A Look Ahead by CC Nick

Summer Camp Music Festival continues to be one of the most diverse and interesting festivals still operating today. In an era were events come and go Summer Camp has been a constant going strong for their thirteenth year. This year plays host to yet another incredible lineup that is sure to please any music fan…. Read more »

3/5s Of Old Shoe Make Fans Happy In Their Hotel Lobby

Sometimes things happen. To the dismay of fans that traveled over a thousand miles to see their hometown favorites Old Shoe in Colorado, their first show of the run at Hodi’s Halfnote was postponed. A combination of three days of blizzard and cancelled flights contributed to the decision, but people were certainly disappointed. Personally I… Read more »

Leftover Salmon at The Aggie Theater

Leftover Salmon is a Colorado tradition. They are the source from which so much jam and bluegrass flows. String Cheese Incident, Yonder Mountain String Band, and so many others would not be what they are today if it wasn’t for the trail blazed by Salmon on a cold night in Crested Butte over twenty years… Read more »

Moksha with Smooth Money Gesture and Funkmaster

There can be nothing more disheartening for a touring band than to show up and see a crowd of nine people is the total of your audience. This is exactly what happened at The Aggie for Moksha’s headlining gig. Touring with an amazing guest horn section consisting of Skerik, Peter Apfelbaum, and longtime Summer Camp… Read more »