This Must be the Band just came through Colorado and boy was it a treat. Don’t miss them at the Soulshine Tent, 1am Monday morning, the only way to bring this festival to a close. Click HERE to check out my video blog on them!
Got a chance to check out the New Mastersounds on November 17th…check the video blog out here:
The bearded solo guitarist was all over Summer Camp 2012
This interview is the first in a three part series shot in three unique locations.
Part I explains why Summer Camp is such a good festival year after year. Click JAIK to experience the beard firsthand.
Part II of our series has Jaik giving a roadside chat about the perils of flying particles of dirt. Click DUSTSTORM to check it out.
Part III from our series shows the journey of Jaik Willis and his keys. Click FOUND to discover more!
Cody Diekhoff talks about his experience at Summer Camp Music Festival.
Click DUB STOP to listen.
Guitarist Matt Robinson from the band Old Shoe and their Manager Mike Kaiz talk Summer Camp Music Festival amidst a fierce backdrop of wolves hunting. Click SHOE to view.
Executive Director Mark Ross and Volunteer Natalie Wade from Rock the Earth talk to me about their philanthropic organization and their success at Summer Camp Music Festival.
Click ROCK to see video.
Recently, The String Cheese Incident announced they’d be playing 3 days a Red Rocks this summer. A true treat for Cheese fans and Coloradans alike. With the other recent announcement of a band like Yonder coming to Summer Camp, I could’t help but pull this little slice of blue grass heaven out to show you all.
Earlier this winter, the Emmitt Nershi Band played at the Bluebird Theater in Denver. What a rip roaring good time that was! I was lucky enough to get a ticket to the show and it was packed in there. So many good vibes, so many good people. I love seeing all the people come together at the same time during the culmination of a song, just dancing away and yelling at the top of their lungs. And that is pretty much what we got at the Blue Bird Theater.
Honestly, it took me a while to come around to bluegrass, but now that I am I really love a good boot stompin. Billy Nershi was just going to town on his guitar, and he had a huge smile on his face the while night. It looked like he was having so much fun up there, I was envious. Drew Emmitt on the other hand switched back and forth between his mandolin and several electric guitars making them all sing sweet, sweet songs.
The night was wonderful, the show was great, and here is a little snippet of the show:
Some of you may have read my post on the Almost Famous Halloween, if not, check it out…What you don’t know about that show is that I created an electric light guitar suit to wear there.
This lead me to a dream, a dream of Scampers of all lights and colors! Where Blue Lights, and Yellow Lights, and Red Lights, and Purple Lights can glow together!
I challenge you Scampers, to light up Scamp 2012…Let’s see what you got! Check out the video below and LET THERE BE LIGHT!!!