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The Shaky Hand String Band is a Colorado-based band comprised of some of Summit County's finest musicians. The band plays a bluegrass and Americana music. The Shaky Hand String Band will be performing at Prosit at 7 p.m. in downtown Frisco. They will also be opening for the Sweet Lillies at the Goat Tavern in Keystone at 10 p.m. There will be a $5 cover charge at the later show.
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Friday, March 17

Dru Griffin and High Country

9 a.m., Inxpot, 195 River Run Road, Keystone. Enjoy some bluegrass for breakfast on St. Patrick’s Day. 970-262-3707.

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Shaky Hand String Band

6 p.m., Prosit, 313 Main St., Frisco. Acoustic and Americana music by some of Summit County’s finest musicians. No cover.

The Well Beings Band

9 p.m., Lake Dillon Tavern, 119 La Bonte St., Dillon. Nine-piece funk band with horn section playing a mix of covers, originals and danceable grooves. No cover.

Meniskus

9:30 p.m., The Snake River Saloon, 23074 U.S. Highway 6, Keystone. Meniskus brings a high-energy mix of classic hits and new songs blending acoustic and electronic styles. No cover with dinner.

John Truscelli Band

9:30 p.m., Moose Jaw, 208 Main St., Frisco. Local musician specializing in Americana and rock, known for their unique and fun covers. No cover.

Duey and the Decibels

10 p.m., Historic Brown & The Fox’s Den, 206 N. Ridge St., Breckenridge. Denver-based band with a foundation of creative songwriting and thick grooves mixing Americana, hard rock and funk. No cover.

The Sweet Lillies

10 p.m., The Goat Tavern, 22954 U.S. Highway 6, Keystone. High-energy, progressive Americana music Colorado-style. Performing with the Shaky Hand String Band. No cover.

Saturday, March 18

Big Something

9 p.m., the Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St., Frisco. Six-piece powerhouse with a unique, timeless sound that fuses elements of rock, pop, funk and improvisation. No cover.

Meniskus

9:30 p.m., The Snake River Saloon, 23074 U.S. Highway 6, Keystone. Meniskus brings a high-energy mix of classic hits and new songs blending acoustic and electronic styles. No cover with dinner.

El Paso Lasso

10 p.m., Historic Brown & The Fox’s Den, 206 N. Ridge St., Breckenridge. Three-piece outfit from Breckenridge that plays covers of classic hits. $5.

Jubilingo

10 p.m., The Goat Tavern, 22954 U.S. Highway 6, Keystone. Blending dynamic vocals and searing improvs, Denver-based Jubilingo delivers tunes rooted from a vast array of influences. $5.

Sunday, March 19

The Swing Crew

3 p.m., The Last Lift Bar, 1195 Keystone Road, Keystone. The Swing Crew has been playing the apres ski concert for years. No cover.

John Truscelli and Jess Rose

3:30 p.m., Sauce on the Blue, 358 Blue River Parkway #H, Silverthorne. Local musicians John Truscelli and Jess Roswill perform fun Americana and rock covers.

Orchestra Spring Concert

4 p.m., Dillon Community Church, 371 La Bonte St., Dillon. Concert will feature Isaac Webster, who will perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23. Selections of Beethoven, Grieg and Mendelssohn will also be performed. Free. Visit SummitOrchestra.org.

Wednesday, March 22

Living Room Concert Series

4:30 p.m., Next Page Books and Nosh, 409 Main St., Frisco. Local musician Randall McKinnon will perform live music.

Malai Llama

9 p.m., the Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St., Frisco. Five-piece instrumental band that combines jazz, rock, and electronica in a psychedelic fusion. No cover.

Live Band Karaoke

9:30 p.m., The Motherloaded Tavern, 103 S. Main St., Breckenridge. Live Karaoke Kings are your backing band with over 70 songs in their catalog. No cover.

Thursday, March 23

The Magic Beans

10 p.m., Historic Brown & The Fox’s Den, 206 N. Ridge St., Breckenridge. With no pre-recorded tracks, the Beans rely heavily on improvisation, blending funk, rock funk, rock, bluegrass, americana, livetronica, world, prog, and more. Free.


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