Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell, of the 70s folk rock band America, are back on stage and once again performing the notorious singles their band is known for. With songs that blend pop, folk, and rock with an influence of Latin and jazz, jam out and enjoy the mellow groove. Don’t miss long-time singles such as “A Horse with No Name” and “Sister Golden Hair.” Sat 7:30 p.m.
The mother of lead vocalist Scott Hutchinson dubbed her son a “frightened rabbit” because of his chronic shyness as a child. The nickname may have stuck, but this indie rock band is far from shy. Based out of Glasglow, Scotland, the band sings their quirky—and slightly folk-sounding—songs on stages around the world.
The Bee Gees didn't invent the falsetto, but the trio's soundtrack to John Travolta's disco strut in Saturday Night Fever certainly put the singing style on the map. From '60s psychedelic-pop tunes to '70s disco soul, the Bee Gees have one of pop music's most impressive (and varied) song catalogs.
Nina Storey's roof may be on the West Coast, but Colorado is still home. Storey's self-stamped her style "Future Retro," has influences ranging from Diana Ross to pop artist Bruno Mars. The singer-songwriter is in the Mile High City for a full-band release of Think Twice—her new album combines more than a decade's worth of work into a soulful and honest package.
This festival blends music and the mountains at the base of Crested Butte Ski Resort’s steep ski slopes. Afternoon-to-sunset performances feature the forefront artists of traditional Jamaican reggae, the Wailers and Vermont-based Twiddle, a quartet that spins funk and jazz with bluegrass and reggae. Sat 2:30 p.m.-6 p.m.
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