Woodshed Red Finale for Patty Jewett Concert Series + Western Jubilee Announcement

Embark on a Musical Adventure.

Dance Party. Let’s Do This.

Rocky Mountain Highway is proud to partner with Root Center for Yoga and Sacred Studies to present the closing performance in the 2nd Annual Patty Jewett Concert Series. The series will come to a close Friday night with a rollicking show from Woodshed Red, fresh off a headlining spot at the 2017 Patty Jewett Porch Fest.
Woodshed Red performs all over Colorado and neighboring states. Comprised of guitar (Rob Fulton), fiddle (Deirdre McCarthy), bass (Craig Haughton) and drums (Skye Lewis) from varying musical backgrounds, the group plays a mix of fun re-workings of popular pop and rock songs along with and original songs crossing genres ranging from bluegrass, to blues, funk and rock. Woodshed Red has performed twice at MeadowGrass – in 2015 and 2017.

Admission is free and open to the public and the music will start at 7 pm. Bring a chair or blanket to set up on the lawn or enjoy the music from the patio of the Patty Jewett Bar and Grill. Food and beverages will be available for purchase all evening. No outside alcohol, food or pets permitted. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be cancelled. We are grateful for the support of all of our sponsors for the concert series – Ginseng Creative, Downtown Copy Experts, Root Center for Yoga and Sacred Studies, and Martin Harper. C.P.A.

DON’T MISS THIS SHOW!

And Beyond!

Wednesday, Sept. 27
Henhouse Prowers
Front Range Barbeque

Wednesday, Sept. 27
G. Love & Special Sauce
The Black Sheep

Thursday, Sept. 28
Joe Johnson, Inaiah Lujan, Jenn Rawling & Awna Teixeira
The Ivywild School

Saturday, Sept. 30
Craig Walter Band w/Braithwaite Uveges & Sokol
Pikes Peak Center Studio Bee

Sunday, Oct. 1
The Coteries
Axe and the Oak Distillery

Friday, Oct. 6
The Hooten Hallers
Front Range Barbeque

Friday, Oct. 13
The Hard Road Trio
Black Rose Acoustic Society

Friday, Oct. 13
The Campfire Caravan feat. The Brothers Comatose, Mipso & The Lil Smokies
The Ivywild School

Friday, Oct. 13

Alison Krauss & David Gray

Pikes Peak Center

In other news, we are excited to announce our first-ever collaboration with a true local treasure, the Western Jubilee Recording Co., which is located in downtown Colorado Springs in an historic 1887 Santa Fe Railroad building. Owner Scott O’Malley established the studio in the mid-90s as the only recording company in the world dedicated exclusively to authentic Cowboy Music and Poetry, working with renowned artists such as Norman and Nancy Blake, Peter Rowan, Don Edwards, and Michael Martin Murphey. On Saturday, October 21 we will welcome the acclaimed Colorado band Head for the Hills to the Western Jubilee for an intimate evening of progressive bluegrass.
Head for the Hills memorably played at the 1st Annual MeadowGrass Music Festival way back in 2009. Touring in support of their fourth studio album, Potions and Poisons, the string quartet is at the peak of their powers of musical alchemy, building little worlds of sound from the detritus of bluegrass, jazz, hip hop, folk and soul. The album was recorded with the band’s go-to engineer, Aaron Youngberg (Cahalen and Eli, Martha Scanlan, Grant Gordy and Ross Martin), and features guest appearances from Bonnie Paine (Elephant Revival) on vocals and washboard and Erin Youngberg (Uncle Earl, FY5) on vocals.

The Western Jubilee Warehouse is a unique listening room with seats rescued from the El Rialto Theater in Florence and an eclectic collection of musical instruments, tapestries and Western artifacts adorning the walls. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door, but there are only 120 seats available so don’t delay – buy your tickets now. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the music will start at 7:30 p.m.  Here’s the official music video for “Bitter Black Coffee” from the band’s latest album:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5qnRkzP1Io

This concert is part of Arts Month, during which the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region challenges everyone to have at least one new arts-related experience.

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