Peter Mulvey’s New Album Produced By Ani DiFranco

Embark on a Musical Adventure.

Peter Mulvey Returns!

Over the past few years Peter Mulvey has become a fixture at the Friends House Concerts series in the Skyway neighborhood, and we are excited to welcome him back for a special evening on Friday, March 10.

Over the past 20 years, he has pursued a restless, eclectic path as a writer and musician – immersing himself in Tin PanAlley jazz, modern acoustic, poetry, narrative, and Americana stylings. His forthcoming album Are You Listening? was produced by Ani DiFranco and will be released on Righteous Babe Records.

If you have not seen Peter at Casa Luckett you have missed some of our best concerts. His ability to craft songs combined with his amazing guitar prowess knocks us out every time. Peter’s ability to distill a complete vignette down to a single sentence AND wrap it all up in an unforgettable tune sets him distinctly apart from most of today’s musicians.

You can reserve your place on-line, and as of right now there is still one front row seat available. Doors will open at 6:45 pm and the music starts promptly at 7:30 pm.

March Madness!

Wednesday, March 15
St. Patty’s Day Party
Bruce Hayes
Front Range Barbeque

Friday, March 17
The River Arkansas
Record Release
Ivywild School

Thursday, March 23
Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore
The Gold Room

Friday, March 24
Mary Beth Cross & Friends
Black Forest Community Club

Wednesday, March 29 
The Sweet Lillies
Front Range Barbeque 

Friday, March 31
Sierra Hull & Friends
Colorado College

Saturday April 1
Willy Porter & Carmen Nickerson
Friends House Concerts

In other news, early bird tickets for the 9th Annual MeadowGrass Music Festival in Black Forest (Memorial Weekend, May 26-28, 2017) are on sale now through March 31. We are just about ready to release the rest of this year’s artists, who will join Paper Bird, Ben Sollee & Kentucky Native, The Black Lillies, Parsonsfield, The Accidentals, and Gipsy Moon. Look for a big announcement coming next week.

Photo courtesy of Larry Hulst
Short on cash? No problem! We are also looking for music-loving volunteers! You’ll be rewarded for your time with a volunteer T-shirt and some great music. Shifts are four-hours each – 1 shift gets you admission for that day, 2 shifts gets you a weekend pass and 3 shifts adds in camping in a special volunteer-only area.

Fill out the application by March 31 to get on the list:

And finally, we would like to take a moment to thank our benefactors at the Yellow Umbrella Fund of the Pikes Peak Community Foundation, who recently surprised us with a $1,000 grant to support our work in the community. We are ever so grateful for this donation!