Feb 04 Saturday
We are excited to host IWMA Musician of the year 2021. Join us Saturday, February 4th for an evening of top-notch western music, from one of the best Colorado made, singer, songwriter, storytellers. Coffeehouse style
Doors open @ 6:00pmShow @ 7:00pm
The legendary Bromigos at the Sage!Come dance with us!
Funk meets Rock, Pop meets Hip Hop. Elder Grown combines the freedom of improvisational Jams with their Captivating, Original songs. From the First Song to the Fourth Hour, Elder Grown encourages you to break down your idea of genre and tempo with your hips and heartbeat. A personal Pandora station, Elder Grown rollercoasters listeners through seamless, rule-breaking sound.
Switching instruments mid-song, you never know who is going to sing or play what next. Join Elder Grown and journey into the unrecognizable familiar.
DATESaturday, February 4
TIMEDoors at 7:30, Music at 8:00
Feb 05 Sunday
Movement as Medicine is an experiential dance practice facilitated by Arlyn Alderdice. This practice will be accompanied by live local musicians Daniel B, Sami Akert, and Chloe Brooke. We will explore surrender, lightness, and deep peace as we dance our way home to ourselves. Suggested donation $15-$35. Childcare provided onsite!
Ildi Ingraham will be playing her magical singing bowls, Lotus Gong and more to support you in calming down your nervous system and activating your happiness hormones. For an optimal experience, bring a mat to lie on, a blanket and pillow so you can be very comfortable and cozy, .
Feb 11 Saturday
8 Colorado Wineries, 2 Distilleries, Food, Live Music, all available in two sessions. One session from 11am-3pm, the next session from 4pm-8pm.
Helen Highwater and Tim Veazey present A TALE OF TWO SONGWRITERS
In this special pre-Valentine’s Day concert Helen and Tim perform an all original show featuring the songs of Tim Veazey and Rick Stockton. Reaching deep into the archives of original songs from both writers that have not been often performed in public and were either never released or were released on earlier albums, some that are now out of print.
Helen and Tim worked together to curate this presentation to showcase the different styles of songs Rick and Tim wrote, sometimes poignant, sometimes humorous, but always well crafted in both melody and lyrics. They will talk about the songwriter’s process and the inspiration for each song.
Singer Rita Coolidge recorded three of Tim's compositions, including one she and Tim co-wrote. All three will be featured in the November 12 show, with Helen performing "Out Of The Blues", the title-cut from Rita's 1996 album.
You can catch Tim and Helen talking about the show with Taya Jae on KVNF’s Talkin’ Music program Thursday February 9 at 6:00PM. 90.9FM, or stream at kvnf.org
Feb 16 Thursday
Beat Night is a monthly All Originals Open Mic. Created and hosted by Jeanine Renee to provide a space for writer’s of Poetry, Songs and Prose to share their original work with an enthusiastic listening audience, in the relaxed lounge setting of Louie’s Loft. Beat Night has been ongoing four four years inspiring many to present their work.
Feb 18 Saturday
The Simple Cafe is hosting "Saturday Brunch Acoustic open mic" Starting July 23rd and every Saturday after (as long as weather permits. On their outdoor patio space. Performers, come share your artistic talents and enjoy a delicious brunch with your neighbors, while sitting in the shade with a refreshing beverage. Musicians, Poets, Dancers, Comedians, Singers, Actors of all ages are welcome and encouraged to perform. Talent signup begins at 11:30 AM. First performance starts at Noon. Final Performance ends at 2PM Leaving folks with plenty of time for other Saturday "activities." Event coordinator Maurice Cre'que aka The Rhythm Alchemist
We are pleased to host Molly Noel on the piano.Molly Noel is a much sought-after collaborative pianist in the Roaring Fork Valley. Known for her lyrical touch and supportive accompaniment, she collaborates with many of the valley’s top musicians as well as students from the Aspen Music Festival and School. After earning her Masters of Music from Boston University she has gone on to perform with various institutes and ensembles including the New England Philharmonic and Concord Orchestras and on the stage of Boston’s Symphony Hall with the Boston University Orchestra. As a staff accompanist with Boston Conservatory she coached vocalists, played for private voice studios and accompanied ensembles and numerous private recitals. Molly’s performances have taken her around the United States and Europe. She has studied in Salzburg, Austria and was the winner of the 2002 Leopoldskron Concert Competition. She has been a staff accompanist for the Boston University Tanglewood Institute, the Heifetz International Music Institute and the Maroon Bel Canto Choir. Prior to her current position as Music Director at Christ Episcopal Church, Aspen, she worked at the Aspen Music Festival and School for five years.