HRSB Trio, Home Team BBQ, Aspen Colorado, Oct 12, 2018
Kayo steps out of the Stormtrooper (the name of his Prius) locked and loaded wielding Goldmember (the name of his banjo) on the way to play Home Team BBQ in Aspen.
What a Saturday! Oct 6, 2018. The day started with playing Potato Days in Carbondale, followed by a two hour set at Chili Fest at River Valley Ranch, and closed with The Applefest Jam at Avalanche Ranch up the Crystal River Valley. Our favorite party of the year. A truly outstanding jam this year amidst an extraordinary apple crop, first snows on Sopris, hot springs, good friends and outstanding pickers.
It was cold, and the first big storm of the fall left its snow on Mt. Sopris, but the warmth of the people of Carbondale kept us all warm at Potato Days, Sept 6 2018.
Kayo warming limbering up the fingers before the reception at the Trumble wedding at Sunlight, Sept 29 2018
Ted and Shannon amongst the fall colors at Sunlight. September 29, 2018
What’s the last thing a banjo player ever says before he dies? “Here, hold my banjo…”
Swingin’ times at the Oats Wedding at the T-Lazy 7 in Aspen Sept 22, 2018
Such a lovely evening playing for the Goldberg family wedding welcome party at the Marolt Mining Museum in Aspen Sept 21st, 2018. The perfect setting for Bluegrass and a wonderful, fun, and energic group of family and friends that came ready to celebrate.
Mark opens up cannister one of his special home-made ginger ale to fuel the reception at the Garling/Kaeppler wedding at the RVR Ranch House in Carbondale September 14, 2018.
Thanks to Kelsey Been and Josh Vogt for letting us be a part of their wedding in Marble Colorado. Sept 8, 2018.
Oh how we love you Carbondale Colorado. We couldn’t have been happier raging until closing time at Beer Works during First Friday, September 2018. Thanks to everyone who came out, including the three-minute headstand avenger on the dance floor.
Top of the Mountain Glenwood Caverns Show, August 2018.
Equitarian Initiative, June 9th, 2018
On Kayo’s 46th birthday we again found ourselves thankful of the places this musical journey has taken us. We were thrilled to be exposed to The Equitarian Initiative which is essentially the equivalent of Doctors Without Borders for horses and is thus an organization that brings large animal vets all over the world to bring their expertise to communities that rely on working animals. After we provided music for the dinner and evening festivities Kate McBride, who hosted the summit, showed us her horse therapy facility which included heat and light therapy, and underwater treadmill, and a vibrating floor.
Colorado Association for Recycling Summit, Snowmass, June 4, 2018
It’s always a delight playing for people who get up and dance and enjoy the music… and when those people are working hard doing good things for the planet, it makes it all that much better. Thanks CAFR for letting us be a part of this great event.
Redstone Inn pool opening party, June 2nd 2018
It’s hard to say if there is a better setting for bluegrass music than a summer evening in Redstone Colorado. Is it the magic of the Crystal River Valley? The historic nature of the the town and the Redstone Inn? Both of those things for sure, but most impressive are the people. Thank you Redstone for your love and appreciation of the music and your energy and warmth. We always look forward to a Redstone gig.
Let Your Light Shine On Me… through the magnificent windows of the T-Lazy 7 in Aspen.
Photos courtesy of Rachel Havel. http://rachelhavel.com