Posts Tagged: Vince Herman

Show Review: 2 Nights of Leftover Salmon with Bill Payne in Boulder

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Leftover Salmon once again treated the Front Range to a pair of post-Thanksgiving shows. This run has become a yearly tradition from Salmonheads across the country. This time around they delighted their fans with the inclusion of Little Feat’s Bill Payne on keys. This was a wise choice. Throughout their storied career Salmon has played… Read more »

Reviewing Todd Snider with the Henhouse Prowlers in Colorado

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When you go to as many concerts as I have it’s a relatively difficult to catch me off guard. As I entered Hodi’s Half Note on a cool fall evening in October I was welcomed by the warm embrace of bluegrass lofting over a silent crowd. Colorado is such an amazing hub for live music… Read more »

Leftover Salmon & Friends 8.31.13

Leftover Salmon has reestablished themselves at the top of the jamgrass heap. This last minute show demonstrates they are paying attention and willing to play a show strictly for the fans. The show was scheduled to start around 1 AM well after Phish’s last note. It was billed as Leftover Salmon & Friends, and rumors… Read more »

Great American Taxi with Bonnie and the Clydes

With the departure of Vince Herman to greener pastures in Oregon, the region has experienced a deficit in the random acts of music he would regularly bestow upon our community. He was a regular fixture in Ned, his former home, and down on The Front Range. It would be difficult not to find Vince Herman… Read more »

Gipsy Moon at Avogadro’s Number

As we age in the scene, the generations change and the music evolves. Summer Camp seems to develop by leaps and bounds every year. With a lineup of over 100 musical acts offered they are constantly bringing in new groups and continuing to be an innovator in the festival scene. This year Jay Goldberg is… Read more »

New West Fest Night 3 – One More Summer Adventure

I headed down to Bohemian Nights on Sunday around 3 PM for Widow’s Bane.  Widow’s Bane is not a Summer Camp band, but maybe they should be.  For those that don’t know this self-proclaimed “Zombie-Death-Polka” band performs adorned in face paint and blood. Led by Mortimer Leech who was poisoned by his wife a few… Read more »