Thursday, January 28, 2016

We're Going to be on TV!

Yes sir, going into the studio Tonight, January 28th 2016 to record a one hour episode of Comcast Studio Sessions.  You can be sure we will be letting you know when it will be on air.  What a great way to start the year! 

CET Link

Monday, August 11, 2014

Janie Franz At had some nice things to say about our show this weekend at the 2014 Rhythms on the Rio Music Festival.

Taking the stage next was That Damn Sasquatch from Boulder CO. This four-piece did a mix of bluegrass, zydeco, and great Americana with their own twist—a few covers and a lot of their own originals. Of note was “57 Bel Aire,” a hot bluegrassy tune....Mike Hall traded his mandolin for a rub board and Spencer Crawford swapped out his banjo for an accordion—both added that great Cajun flavor. Their version of the popular “Iko Iko” was fun and got people up dancing.

Read the whole review here!

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Estes Park Bluegrass Festival August 22 & 23, 2014

Unfortunately the facilities for hosting the 2014 Estes Park Bluegrass Festival will not be ready in time for the Bluegrass Festival. We will let you know the reschedule dates as soon as we hear them.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

That Damn Sasquatch at Rhythms on the RIO Saturday August 9th at 12:30

The South Fork Music Association is a non-profit entity that uses its funds for staging live music concerts for the entire family and promoting music education for children in our community. We would like to see you and your entire family at Rhythms on the Rio Benefit Music Festival. Check out all the great artist we have booked for this year’s festival. There will also be many fun activities for everyone to enjoy including horseshoes, river tubing, yoga, vendors, food, beer, wine, and much more.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Hackensaw Boys, Pete Kartsounes, and That Damn Sasquatch Friday the 13th Larimer Lounge

That's Some Serious Entertainment for a Friday the 13th. 

Hackensaw Boys

 With feet firmly planted in the old-time song tradition, hands soiled by the dirt of rock n’ roll and eyes fixed steadily on the future of real country music, the Hackensaw Boys are among the most exciting groups charting new territory in today’s diverse Americana music scene.
 How does it work? Everybody sings a bit of lead, everybody sings a bit of harmony and most members know when to shut up. Instrumentation includes banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, harmonica, upright bass, charismo (a home-made tin can contraption) and the occasional trap kit. Where do they come from? In the beginning they all lived in Charlottesville, VA, but now the members are spread throughout Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Louisana.

For more than a decade, however, they’ve come together to tour the United States, Europe and the U.K. and to record several critically acclaimed albums. n award winning singer-songwriter and a cutting-edge musician's musician,

Pete Kartsounes

Pete Kartsounes is fulfilling a vision of writing music in the key of truth. This heavily seasoned performer/songwriter has spent most of his life traveling the globe and creating original music that entertains and enlightens any room. Pete is on a quest to enrapture you with his soul filled music, to be celebrated by music lovers, and to make a difference one note, one word and one show at a time.

That Damn Saquatch

That Damn Sasquatch is a Denver based band with multi musical interests and instrumentation. While blending the genres of Bluegrass, Country, Blues, Cajun, and Rock, the band's mixture of versatile originals and eclectic covers ensure every show is an amazing and unique performance. want to know more about That Damn Sasquatch? your on our website right now. Take a look around.

Larimer Lounge

Establisthed in 2002 in what used to be the shady side of town, the Larimer Lounge has molded itself into one of Denver's go to music venues for both local and national up and coming acts. If you want to see your favorite band with a couple hundred other people in a setting that still retains a soul, and before they go mainstream...come on down.