Live music in Summit County
Friday, Sept. 18
The Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival hosts a soirée at a private home in Silverthorne with artistic directors Rieko Aizawa, piano, and Jesse Mills, violin. Guest artists include Bart Feller, flute, Daniel Lippel, guitar, and Raman Ramakrishnan, cello. Please arrive by 6:45 p.m. There will be a champagne reception upon arrival and light refreshments following the performance. The soirée is an intimate setting in a private home with the opportunity to meet and mingle with the musicians and other guests. Limited seating, tickets are $75. Purchase tickets at alpenglowchambermusic.org. Directions to the home will be provided with the ticket purchase.
John Truscelli plays Snake River Saloon
On Friday, Sept. 18, the Snake River Saloon hosts the John Truscelli band. Americana singer/songwriter John Truscelli and band weave their way through rock-bluegrass-alt country-sounds with a vibe that holds any audience’s ear. The original sound of John’s voice and musical stylings of the band makes any song covered by the band their own. They have opened for such acts as Martin Sexton, Trailor Choir, Splitlip Rayfield, Ryan Montbleau, Waylon Payne, and many others. Call (970) 468-2788 for more information.
Saturday, Sept. 19
Gold Pan hosts Todd Johnson and Breaking Blues
Todd Johnson and Breaking Blues will play the Gold Pan Saloon in Breckenridge on Saturday, Sept. 19. This veteran lineup of musicians plays roots blues to rockin’ blues. Led by Johnson on guitar and vocals, the songs will take you from the Mississippi Delta to Chicago to Texas and beyond. The show starts at 9 p.m. and there’s no cover. Visit thegoldpansaloon.com for more information.
Rock Steady plays in Keystone
The Snake River Saloon hosts Rock Steady on Saturday, Sept. 19. Rock Steady is a four-piece band out of Denver that includes electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar and drums with great vocals and sweet harmonies. The band covers a wide range of music from rock, pop rock, pop, Top 40 and R&B. Their music spans many genres and decades.
Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival concert in Dillon
In its 18th season, the Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival will host a concert at Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church in Dillon, with artistic directors Rieko Aizawa, piano, and Jesse Mills, violin. Guest artists include Bart Feller, flute, Daniel Lippel, guitar, and Raman Ramakrishnan, cello. Purchase advanced tickets at alpenglowchambermusic.org or at the door. $20 regular admission, $10 senior citizens, free for students.
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