Month: September 2011

Have faith in the music you love

Why would someone who loves traditional music fear for its survival? If you love a form of music, doesn’t that imply that you believe in it? It’s ironic that someone might think traditional music is superior, but that it’s also in danger, and in need of preservation. To me, traditional bluegrass is undeniable–some of the most soulful and pure music… Read more →

Red Rocks

It seems rare that ‘big’ shows actually live up to the hype. A few weeks ago we played our first show at Red Rocks Amphitheater, in Morrison, CO. This was one of those rare shows, in a venue with such rare beauty that you need to see it to believe it. I had never been. I’d seen pictures, I’d heard… Read more →