Music Scene: Roundup of live music in Summit County |

Music Scene: Roundup of live music in Summit County

The Goat Tavern hosts Willie Waldman Project on Tuesday, Feb. 9. The show starts at 10 p.m.; $5 cover. Go to for more information.
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Music Scene is a series of briefs that runs in the Summit Daily News every Friday, highlighting live music from around the county. If you are a band or venue that would like to have your shows featured in the newspaper, email A&E editor Heather Jarvis at for more information.

Friday, Feb. 5

Local musicians and friends of Arnie J. Green gather Friday, Feb. 5 at Goat Tavern in Keystone for an annual musical celebration of his life. There will also be a performance by Amy Green, Arnie’s daughter. A silent auction fundraiser for Leon Littlebird starts at 6 p.m. and music begins at 9 p.m.; $5 cover. Go to for more information.

Two nights of music with Honey Puddle

Honey Puddle, featuring local Jessica Jones on vocals, will play the Snake River Saloon in Keystone on Friday, Feb. 5 and Saturday, Feb. 6.

Free show at Barkley’s

Roxy Roca will play The Barkley Ballroom in Frisco on Friday, Feb. 6. Doors open for the free show at 9 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 6

Pink Talking Fish in Frisco

The Barkley Ballroom hosts Pink Talking Fish and the Malai Llama on Saturday, Feb. 6. Pink Talking Fish is a hybrid tribute fusion act that takes the music from three of the world’s most beloved bands and creates a special treat for fans of the music. Pink Floyd, The Talking Heads and Phish are all more than just bands — they are phenomenons. The Malai Llama is a five-piece instrumental band that combines genres like jazz, rock and electronica in a psychedelic fusion. Each show is heightened by the energy and passion they pour into their music. Doors open for the show at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10-$15 and can be purchased on

Denver band plays in Keystone

Digg will play at Goat Tavern in Keystone on Saturday, Feb. 6. Digg started groovin’ in Denver in 2012, playing a variety of styles in the vein of rock, funk, blues and jazz that moved their souls. As rooms were rocked and faces were melted, the band fused their own style of rock and funk. Digg emphasizes melodic guitar harmonizing with grand keyboards, deep bass grooves, improv solos and layers of thought-provoking lyrics. The show starts at 10 p.m.; $5 cover. Go to for more information.

Sunday, Feb. 7

The New Mastersounds hit Keystone

The New Mastersounds will play Warren Station on Sunday, Feb. 7. The New Mastersounds rank among the preeminent modern soul and funk bands of their time. Having started out in Leeds, UK, the quartet tour the globe regularly, bringing their hard-charging, delectably greasy jams to all corners of the globe with a rabid fan base that stretches from New York City to Tokyo, San Francisco to Amsterdam and all points in between. Tickets are $22 in advance, and price increases the day of the show. Go to for more information or to purchase tickets.

Music five days a week at Blue River Bistro

Start the week at Blue River Bistro on Sunday, Feb. 7, with free live music from guitarist and vocalist Rob Wivchar. Around the Denver area, his varied set list and high-quality musicianship find him performing in a wide variety of locales and private events. Mark Schlaefer brings his delta blues to the Blue River Bistro on Monday, Feb. 8, and Wednesday, Feb. 10. The Blue River Bistro in Breckenridge welcomes the Jerry Weiss Duo on Tuesday, Feb. 9, and the Jerry Weiss Trio on Thursday, Feb. 11. The music runs from 5-10 p.m., and there’s no cover. Visit for more information.

Tuesday, Feb. 9

Willie Waldman Project plays in Keystone

The Goat Tavern hosts Willie Waldman Project on Tuesday, Feb. 9. The name might not strike an immediate chord but Willie Waldman is one you’ll find in the liner notes of great artists and groups such as Banyan, Rob Wasserman, Perry Farrell and the late Tupac Shakur. While the list goes on, there’s much more to this trumpet players credit than simply recording as a sideman on many of today’s contemporary artists albums. The show starts at 10 p.m.; $5 cover. Go to for more information.

Bringing the funk to Frisco

Frisco Funk Collective will play The Barkley Ballroom on Tuesday, Feb. 9. A collection of musicians from Summit County, the Frisco Funk Collective bring music reminiscent of Lettuce and The Funky Meters. Doors open for the free show at 8 p.m., go to for more information.

Wednesday, Feb. 10

Bluegrass Wednesdays

with Gipsy Moon

Gipsy Moon will play The Barkley Ballroom on Wednesday, Feb. 10. Gipsy Moon is a four-piece group of wandering artists on an endless journey toward good times and raw expression. With music as their carriage, strings as their weapon and the horizon as their aim, this unconventional band is not one to be missed. Their sound, often referred to as Gipsygrass, is something like a backwoods hoedown meets the smoking basement of a New York jazz club. Doors open for the free show at 9 p.m., go to for more information.

Next Page hosts

Living Room Concert

Randall McKinnon will play Next Page Books & Nosh’s Winter Living Room Concert on Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 4:30 p.m. An interesting life journey from minister and social worker to full-time musician has provided Randall with experiences which allow him to establish a powerful rapport with his audience. His stage presence, warm vocals and solid rhythm guitar bid audiences to make themselves comfortable — it’s been said that one of Randall’s shows is like being invited into his home, but with a bit more elbow room. Next Page is located at 409 Main St., No. 101. Call (970) 668-9291 for more information.

Thursday, Feb. 11

Two nights with The Werks

The Werks will play The Barkley Ballroom on Thursday, Feb. 11 and Friday, Feb. 12. The Werks are quickly emerging as a national-jam-band powerhouse. As a result of their eclectic individual influences, The Werks produce a dance party that can be appreciated by a majority of musical tastes. Fusing the psychedelic shredding guitar and screaming organ of jam and classic rock with funk slap bass, synthesizers, and modern dance beats, The Werks create their own style of music entitled “psychedelic dance rock.” Big Something will open the show. Two night tickets are $20 and can be purchased at

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