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All of our rooms and suites offer more of a romantic getaway than most B&B’s or hotels out there for less! Our guest rooms offer flat screen TV’s with DVD player and surround sound, bed massagers, mini fridge, coffee maker, zoned heat/AC, phone with private voicemail, WiFi, Hundreds of DVD’s to borrow and bags of popcorn, bath salts, fireplace, Jacuzzi tub, travertine stone bath, and more. Guest rooms are approximately 240 square feet. The suites offer the same amenities but everything is a little bigger. Big southern views, bigger TV’s, Bigger Jacuzzi tubs or private hot tub, bigger sitting areas. If you think a suite is a little out of your price range, we recommend staying in and ordering a pizza and bringing some wine to offset the cost of going out to dinner. This way you can have more time to enjoy the amenities Arrowhead has to offer and really relax and not have to worry about driving anywhere. Get settled in and just relax! Suites are 300­470 square feet.

First off! Congratulations! We are genuinely excited about your personal, one of a kind, twitter worthy wedding that you and the love of your life deserve! Are you looking for a romantic special wedding venue? Look no further! Arrowhead Manor is your place. Rent a small mansion for your event! Arrowhead can help with that also. We rent our event space in an all inclusive package or venue only. For events up to 100 people. Rent all of Arrowhead for your next event. It’s convenient, luxurious, and the bride and groom (and 16 other special overnight guests) don’t have to drive anywhere afterwards! With overnight accommodations for 18 people, it makes for a special event. Full hot breakfast with awesome southern views the following morning for overnight guests. Luxurious furnishings and decorations, great Southern views, and close to town (only 30 minutes to downtown Denver) but with a mountain feel. Let us make your special day just perfect for you.

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Arrowhead offers spa services! Couples massage, manicure, pedicure, and more. Ladies no man can resist a good pedi... Think about it. Relaxing in the privacy of your own private room enjoying a spa service, Hair, make up, facials, and more are available at your service!

Red Rocks is the most famous outdoor amphitheaters in the world! They offer concerts from May into October. The park is open 365 days a year. You will never forget seeing your favorite band playing under the beautiful colorado stars. Not looking for a concert? Red Rocks also offers the history of rock museum, a gift shop with coffee bar, the Ship Rock Grill restaurant, and plenty of hiking trails around it. Check out Red Rocks and see why tens of thousands of people visit it each year.

Arrowhead believes in helping you save money. We run specials different times of the year to provide our guests a great deal on a stay. Not only will guests get to enjoy the amenities Arrowhead has to offer, but they can do so without breaking the bank. Check out our specials page for a list of current specials.

Arrowhead is conveniently located, just about 10 minutes from C470. Located within 20 minutes of 20 towns with so much to do it will make your head spin! Zip lining? the highest zip line in the US is right down the street. Fly fishing, scenic mountain drives, hiking, rock climbing, horseback riding, water skiing, wineries, drag racing, go cart rentals, sightseeing, shopping, Red Rocks Amphitheater, Dinosaur Ridge, white water rafting, and much more is close to Arrowhead! Downtown Denver is only 30 minutes away with museums, live music, 16th street mall, Denver Zoo, aquarium, Elitch Gardens, and much more. Like to see a professional sports team in action? Denver offers Coors field to watch the Rockies baseball, The Pepsi Center for Avalanche hockey, and Invesco Field to watch the Broncos. We almost forgot about snow skiing. There are many mountains to ski at less than an hour away. Rent some equipment and hit the slopes!

Looking to make your night even more special? Visit Arrowhead’s add romance shop to add on something special for your mate. Chocolate covered strawberries, a romance package, romantic dinner for 2, silk rose petals, love note in a bottle, spa services and more are available at Arrowhead.

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Arrowhead Manor offers tons of amenities! From Private hot tubs and private bathrooms to a movie gallery with over 150 movies to choose from, you’ll see why Arrowhead Manor is the place to stay!

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Steve Miller is playing at Red Rocks!

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Steve Miller is playing at Red Rocks!

 

We saw them last year at Red Rocks, but not with Peter Frampton! This is going to be epic!  We are also staying at the Arrowhead Manor inn in Morrison.  The American rock band formed in 1966 in San Francisco, California. The band is managed by Steve Miller and is best known today for a string of (mainly) mid-1970s hit singles that are staples of classic rock radio, as well as several earlier acid rock albums. Steve Miller left his first band to move to San Francisco and form the Steve Miller Blues Band. Shortly after Harvey Kornspan negotiated the band’s landmark contract with Capitol Records in 1967, the band shortened its name to ‘Steve Miller Band’. In February 1968, the band recorded its debut album Children of the Future. They went on to produce albums Sailor, Brave New World, Your Saving Grace, Number 5, Rock Love and more. The Steve Miller Band’s Greatest Hits 1974-1978, released in 1978, sold over 13 million copies. They continued to produce more albums and in 2014, Steve Miller Band is touring with the rock band Journey. A recurring image in Steve Miller Band album covers is the depiction of a pegasus or winged-horse. It first appeared on the cover of Book of Dreams. A horse’s head appears on the cover of their 1974-1978 greatest hits album. The pegasus appears again on the cover of their Circle of Love album. The pegasus would be given a retro-futuristic image on the cover of Living in the 20th Century. The Pegasus again appears on the cover of their 1991 greatest hits album. The silhouette of a horse’s head appears on the cover of Wide River. In 1965 after moving to Chicago to play the blues, Steve Miller and keyboardist Barry Goldberg founded the Goldberg-Miller Blues Band along with bassist Shawn Yoder, rhythm guitarist Craymore Stevens, and drummer Lance Haas. The band was contracted to Epic Records after playing many Chicago clubs. They also appeared on Hullabaloo with the Four Tops and the Supremes. Miller left the group to go to San Francisco where the psychedelic scene was flourishing. He then formed the Steve Miller Blues Band. Harvey Kornspan, managing partner, wrote and negotiated the band’s landmark contract ($860,000 over 5 years as well as $25,000 of promotion money that was to be spent at the band’s discretion) with Capitol Records then president, Alan Livingston in 1967. Shortly after, the band’s name was shortened to the Steve Miller Band in order to broaden its appeal. The band, consisting of Miller, guitarist James Cooke, bassist Lonnie Turner, drummer Tim Davis, and Jim Peterman on Hammond B3 organ, backed Chuck Berry at a gig at the Fillmore West that was released as the live album, Live at Fillmore Auditorium. Guitarist Boz Scaggs joined the band soon after and the group performed at the Magic Mountain Festival and the Monterey Pop Festival in June. In February 1968, while in England, the band recorded their debut album Children of the Future at Olympic studios with Glyn Johns as engineer/producer. The album did not score among the Top 100 album chart. The second album Sailor appeared in October 1968 and climbed the Billboard chart to #24. Successes included the single “Living in the USA”. Brave New World (#22, 1969) featured the song “Space Cowboy” and “My Dark Hour” which was co-written by “Paul Ramon” (alias Paul McCartney) who also played drums, bass and guitar and sang backing vocals. This was followed by Your Saving Grace (#38, 1969); and then Number 5 (#23, 1970). In 1971 Miller broke his neck in a car accident. Capitol Records released the album Rock Love, featuring unreleased live performances (including an eleven-minute jam on the title track) and studio material. This is one of two Steve Miller Band albums not to be released on CD, the other being Recall the Beginning…A Journey from Eden. In 1972, the double album compilation Anthology was released, containing 16 songs from the band’s first five albums. The style and personnel of the band changed radically with The Joker (#1, 1973), concentrating on straightforward rock and leaving the psychedelic side of the band behind. The title track became a #1 single and was certified platinum, reaching over one million sales. Three years later, the band returned with the album Fly Like an Eagle, which charted at #3. Three singles were released from the album: “Take the Money and Run” (#11), “Fly Like an Eagle” (#2) and their second Number One success, “Rock’n Me“. Miller credits the guitar intro to “Rock’n Me” as a tribute to the classic song by Free, “All Right Now“. Book of Dreams (#2, 1977) also included three successes: “Jet Airliner” (#8), “Jungle Love” (#23) (later becoming the song played over the opening credits of the 8th season of the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond), and “Swingtown” (#17). 1982’s Abracadabra album gave Steve Miller his third Number One success with the title track. Miller’s hit pushed Chicago‘s “Hard to Say I’m Sorry” out of the #1 spot, just as his “Rock’n Me” had knocked Chicago’s “If You Leave Me Now” out of the #1 spot in 1976. Released in 1978, The Steve Miller Band’s Greatest Hits 1974-1978 has sold over 13 million copies and Miller continues to perform successful sold-out concert performances. Bingo!, a new album of blues and R&B covers, was released on June 15, 2010. Let Your Hair Down, a companion release to Bingo!, was released 10 months later, on April 18, 2011. Founding member Tim Davis died from complications due to diabetes on September 20, 1988 at the age of 44. Longtime band member Norton Buffalo died from lung cancer on October 30, 2009. John King (drummer during “The Joker” era) died after a short bout with kidney cancer on October 26, 2010. James Cooke died from cancer on 16 May 2011. Blues guitarist Jacob Peterson officially joined the band before the Spring 2011 tour. Following Petersen joining the band, longtime guitarist Kenny Lee Lewis switched instruments to become the band’s full-time bassist. On November 10, 2011 the band played inside the Boeing factory in Everett, Washington to celebrate the successful delivery milestones of the 747-8 program. They opened the set with “Jet Airliner”. We love the Steve Miller Band and will not miss this event for anything, especially with Peter Frampton there!

Peter Kenneth Frampton, one of our favorites, is an English-American rock musician, singer, songwriter, producer, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. He was previously associated with the bands Humble Pie and The Herd. Frampton’s international breakthrough album was his live release, Frampton Comes Alive! The album sold more than six million copies in the United States alone and spawned several hits. Since then he has released several major albums. He has also worked with David Bowie and both Matt Cameron and Mike McCready from Pearl Jam, among others. Frampton is best known for such hits as “Breaking All The Rules”, “Show Me the Way“, “Baby, I Love Your Way“, “Do You Feel Like We Do“, and “I’m in You“, which remain staples on classic-rock radio. He has also appeared as himself in television shows such as The Simpsons and Family Guy. Frampton is known for his work as a guitar player and particularly with a Talkbox and his tenor voice.Peter Frampton was born in Bromley, UK. He attended Bromley Technical High School, at which his father, Owen Frampton, was a teacher and the head of the Art department. He first became interested in music when he was seven years old. Upon discovering his grandmother’s banjolele (a banjo-shaped ukulele) in the attic, he taught himself to play, and later taught himself to play guitar and piano as well. At age eight he started taking classical music lessons. Early influences were Cliff Richard & the Shadows (featuring guitarist Hank Marvin) and American rockers Buddy Holly and Eddie Cochran, and then the Ventures, Jimi Hendrix, and The Beatles. His father introduced him to the recordings of Belgian gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. By the age of 12, Frampton played in a band called The Little Ravens. Both he and David Bowie, who is three years older, were pupils at Bromley Technical School. The Little Ravens played on the same bill at school as Bowie’s band, George and the Dragons. Peter and David would spend time together at lunch breaks, playing Buddy Holly songs. At the age of 14, Peter was playing with a band called The Trubeats followed by a band called The Preachers, produced and managed by Bill Wyman of The Rolling Stones. He became a successful child singer, and in 1966 he became a member of The Herd. He was the lead guitarist and singer, scoring several British pop hits. Frampton was named “The Face of 1968” by teen magazine Rave. In early 1969, when Frampton was 18 years old, he joined with Steve Marriott of The Small Faces to form Humble Pie. While playing with Humble Pie, Frampton also did session recording with other artists, including: Harry Nilsson, Jim Price, Jerry Lee Lewis, as well as on George Harrison‘s solo All Things Must Pass, in 1970, and John Entwistle‘s Whistle Rymes, in 1972. During the Harrison session he was introduced to the “talk box” that was to become one of his trademark guitar effects. After four studio albums and one live album with Humble Pie, Frampton left the band and went solo in 1971, just in time to see Rockin’ The Fillmore rise up the US charts. He remained with Dee Anthony, the same personal manager that Humble Pie had used. His own debut was 1972’s Wind of Change, with guest artists Ringo Starr and Billy Preston. These are some of my albums and songs that Frampton has. Check out the Arrowhead Manor inn in Morrison.  Great place to stay for Red Rocks!

The Tedeschi Trucks Band is playing at Red Rocks!

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The Tedeschi Trucks Band at Red Rocks!

 

My wife and I are going to see The Tedeschi Trucks Band at the Red Rocks Amphitheater!  We are staying at the Arrowhead Manor inn in Morrison.  This is one of our favorite groups and it is always a great show! Formerly known as the Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band — is a blues rock group based in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. Formed in 2010, the band is led by husband-and-wife musicians Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi, and primarily features members from their solo groups. Their debut album, Revelator(2011), won the 2012 Grammy Award for Best Blues Album. The Tedeschi Trucks Band was founded in 2010 after both Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi put their solo bands on hiatus to form a new group that lets the married couple focus on making music together, and allows them to spend more time together while touring and recording. Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi had toured together in 2007, under the name Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi’s Soul Stew Revival; this group’s material was largely culled from Derek and Susan’s solo projects, while the Tedeschi Trucks Band mostly focuses on performing original songs. After the announcement in late 2009 of a hiatus for both The Derek Trucks Band and Susan Tedeschi Band, the couple began writing new material, working out of their home studio in Jacksonville with a rotating cast of friends and musicians. Their first concert was on April 1, 2010 at the Savannah Music Festival, and although their touring schedule was limited in 2010, the group did perform at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival, Fuji Rock Festival, and several other festivals and venues. The collaboration between Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi has also extended to other artists. Trucks and Tedeschi appeared together on Herbie Hancock‘s album, The Imagine Project, performing the track “Space Captain” with additional members of Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band, including Oteil Burbridge, Kofi Burbridge, and Mike Mattison. A music video was also released, showing Herbie Hancock as he recorded the song at Trucks & Tedeschi’s home studio. Trucks and Tedeschi also appeared with Herbie Hancock to perform “Space Captain” at his 70th birthday concerts at Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. On March 7, 2011, the band announced that it was changing its name to the Tedeschi Trucks Band. The first Tedeschi Trucks Band CD, Revelator, was released on June 7, 2011. Rolling Stone gave the album four out of five stars, referring to it as a “masterpiece.” The album peaked at No. 92 on the Canadian Albums Chart, and peaked at No. 164 in the UK Albums Chart.[6] The album won a Grammy Award for Best Blues Album at the 54th Grammy Awards. Their second album, Everybody’s Talkin’, was released on May 22, 2012. It was a live album consisting of performances of songs from Revelator as well as covers of rock, R&B and gospel classics. On October 5, 2012, bassist Oteil Burbridge posted a message on the band’s website that he “will not be able to continue to tour with TTB” so he can focus on starting a family. Oteil and the band both hope to be able to work together again in the future. Ted Pecchio, Dave Monsey, and George Porter, Jr. were listed as fill-ins for the remaining 2012 tour dates. On May 29, 2013, the band announced that Eric Krasno of Soulive and Lettuce would fill in as bassist for all 2013 summer tour dates through August 15 except for July 19 – 24 during which Tim Lefebvre would handle four-string bass duties. In 2013, they were nominated for Blues Music Awards in the ‘Band’ and ‘Rock Blues Album’ categories. On 15 May 2013, the band announced their second studio album to be titled Made Up Mind. Already have some great seats and a great suite at the Arrowhead Manor in Morrison!  

AFI is playing at Red Rocks!

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AFI is playing at Red Rocks!

 

AFI is going to be in Co at the best venue to see a show! RED ROCKS!!!  We are also staying at the nicest B&B in Morrison afterwards. AFI is an American rock band from Ukiah, California, formed in 1991. They have had the same lineup since 1998: lead vocalist Davey Havok, drummer and backup vocalist Adam Carson, with bassist Hunter Burgan and guitarist Jade Puget, who both play keyboard and contribute backup vocals. Of the current lineup, Havok and Carson are the two remaining original members. They have released ten studio albums, ten EPs, one live album and one DVD. The band first reached substantial commercial success with their fifth album, The Art of Drowning (2000), which peaked at number 174 on the Billboard 200.

AFI broke into the mainstream with their sixth album, Sing the Sorrow (2003), which peaked at number five on the Billboard 200 and remained on the chart for 51 weeks. The album was supported by popular singles “Girl’s Not Grey” and “Silver and Cold“, both of which peaked at number seven on America’s Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart in 2003. “The Leaving Song Pt. II” was also released as a single, reaching number 16 on the chart. Sing the Sorrow was certified Platinum by the RIAA in 2006 and is AFI’s best-selling release, having sold over 1.26 million copies as of September 2009. Their seventh album, Decemberunderground (2006), debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and featured the hit single “Miss Murder“, which topped the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart and reached number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100. Another single, “Love Like Winter”, reached number four on the Modern Rock Tracks chart. The album was certified Platinum by the RIAA in 2013. Decemberunderground was followed three years later by Crash Love (2009), and then four years later by Burials (2013); both albums were also successful, peaking at number twelve and number nine respectively on the Billboard 200. The band’s tenth and latest album, AFI, was released on January 20, 2017, and peaked at number five on the Billboard 200, making it their second-highest chart position. AFI’s music has been described as garage punk, skate punk, screamo, emo, gothic rock, pop punk, horror punk, alternative rock, punk rock, hardcore punk and post-hardcore. The band has often been called “goth-punk” due to their appearance, but they never considered the label accurate. “Goth-punk isn’t a style of music, it doesn’t even exist,” guitarist Jade Puget has said. The band has received much credit for influencing late-1990s and 2000s post-hardcore and horror punk. The Sydney Morning Herald has pointed the band out as being responsible for bringing back the big ’80s rock chorus. The band has received much praise in particular from Alternative Press, which has supported the group since the mid-1990s. The publication rated the band’s major label debut, Sing the Sorrow as the most anticipated album of 2003, and noted that it “blew the doors off goth-punk as we knew it”. AFI has also been granted responsibility for influencing the rise of the visual element of rock bands in the 2000s; in a December 2006 article, Revolver Magazine wrote that “AFI have increased the importance of a band’s visual identity and the flair for the theatrical,” adding that “when a group like Panic! at the Disco borrows imagery from a movie such as Moulin Rouge!, you have to consider the precedent AFI set when they borrowed cues from Tim Burton‘s The Nightmare Before Christmas.” Shoutmouth.com placed AFI at number 22 on its list of the 25 most influential punk bands, noting that the band “have evolved with each album, showing that a punk band can not only change, but stay true to their sound at the same time. AFI have been on a constant rise through their career, and as such, eeked out the honors”. After Sing The Sorrow’s release, Yorkshire Evening Post described Havok’s voice as one of those “you’ll love or hate, but one thing can’t be denied, this guy has range beyond belief”. Recognized by his trademark flair and vocal style, Havok has been recognized as “a bona fide rock god” by Alternative Press. In an interview, Davey Havok described the band’s influences: “We have many, many influences that span the musical spectrum. Each of us grew up on everything from punk to hardcore to dark ’80s UK stuff like The Cure, Bauhaus, Joy Division, and The Sisters of Mercy. And there were rock bands like The Misfits, Samhain, and Danzig and industrial bands like Skinny Puppy, Ministry, Front 242 and Alien Sex Fiend. And we all love The Smiths.” AFI have also been influenced by some of their musical peers such as Green Day, Jawbreaker, Bad Religion, Placebo and The Offspring. AFI is going to be awesome at Red Rocks and we are sure to enjoy!

Circa Survive, who will also be at Red Rocks with AFI, is an American rock band from the Philadelphia suburb of Doylestown, formed in 2004. The band consists of former members from Saosin, This Day Forward, and Taken. The band quickly made a name for themselves in the indie music scene in little over two years with their first album, Juturna, released on April 9, 2005, and second album, On Letting Go, released on May 29, 2007, both released on Equal Vision Records. Their third album, Blue Sky Noise, was released on April 20, 2010, on Atlantic Records to critical acclaim. After parting ways with Atlantic Records, their fourth album, Violent Waves, was released independently on August 28, 2012. Their fifth album, Descensus, was released by Sumerian Records on November 24, 2014. Circa Survive draw influences from soft rock, post-hardcore, experimental rock, emo, progressive rock, art rock, and pop musicians. In an interview, frontman Anthony Green stated that one of his favorite albums is Mapping an Invisible World by Days Away. According to Green, Circa Survive have been influenced by Deftones, Paul Simon, dredg, and Björk. Green cites Nirvana (band) as a major influence , with Circa Survive frequently performing covers of Nirvana songs. Throughout their musical career, but particularly with respect to their first album Juturna, the 2004 film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind has been a large influence on Circa Survive. The album’s hidden track is based on the Mark Z. Danielewski novel House of Leaves, lending it an unofficial title. Lyrically, their third album Blue Sky Noise is based on Green’s struggles with mental illness, with many of the lyrics written during his voluntary three-week stay in a mental health facility. Should be a great night!  Check out the Arrowhead Manor inn.  Great place to stay for Red Rocks concerts!

Glass Animals is playing at Red Rocks!

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Glass Animals is playing at Red Rocks!

 

Going to red rocks to see the Glass Animals, mate!  We are also staying at the Arrowhead Manor inn in Morrison.  The Glass Animals are an English indie rock band from Oxford consisting of members Dave Bayley, Drew MacFarlane, Edmund Irwin-Singer, and Joe Seaward. The group released their debut album Zaba in June 2014 as the first release on producer Paul Epworth‘s label Wolf Tone, and their second album How to Be a Human Being on August 26, 2016, to critical acclaim. The band has toured internationally and featured on line ups at festivals such as Glastonbury, Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Reading/Leeds, Falls Festival, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Southbound and Bestival. Bandmates Bayley, Seaward, MacFarlane and Irwin-Singer were friends at secondary school in Oxford and formed Glass Animals in 2010 when at university. They first performed live at Oxford’s Jericho Tavern on April 9th 2010 supporting Chapel Club. The band released their debut EP, Leaflings, on May 28, 2012, which included the single “Cocoa Hooves”. It was released on independent label Kaya Kaya Records, a subsidiary and imprint of XL Recordings (part of the Beggars Group of labels). Lead singer and guitarist Dave Bayley was attending medical school at London King’s College but quit once Adele‘s producer Paul Epworth saw the Glass Animals performing in London and signed them to his label Wolf Tone. In 2013, the band put out another single, titled “Black Mambo”. It appeared on Glass Animals’ second, self-titled EP, which was released on November 12, 2013. “We didn’t really know anything about the music industry or the music world. We were just trying to figure out who we were, what sounded good to us,” said lead singer Dave Bayley when asked what the band was doing during the period of time between the release of “Black Mambo” and their debut album. The Glass Animals EP also saw the band collaborating with Jean Deaux, a soulful hip-hop teenager from Chicago, on a song titled “Woozy”. The following year saw the band releasing three more singles: “Pools”, “Gooey”, and “Hazey”, along with a short remix EP of Gooey that featured the song “Holiest”, a collaboration with Argentine indie pop singer-songwriter and producer Tei Shi. All five singles were featured on the band’s debut album, Zaba (stylized as ZABA), which was released on June 6, 2014. The album received generally positive reviews and brought the band to over 7 million listeners on Spotify the following year, with the songs “Gooey”, “Black Mambo”, and “Toes” becoming the most popular from the album on Apple Music. Two deluxe versions of Zaba were released in August 2015. The Amazon version had exclusive stripped versions of the singles “Gooey”, “Black Mambo”, “Hazey”, and “Cocoa Hooves”, while the iTunes version included bonus tracks “Psylla” and “Exxus” along with remixes of “Black Mambo” and “Gooey”. The band performed the single “Gooey” on Late Night with Seth Meyers in 2014, and again on The Late Show with David Letterman on February 24, 2015, and toured extensively after Zaba, visiting both hemispheres and played over 130 shows in 2015 alone. Their October 2015 US tour included two sold out shows at The Wiltern in LA and sold out shows across America including T5 in NYC, The Riverside in Milwaukee, and The Midland in Kansas City. A collaboration with American hip hop recording artist Joey Bada$$, titled “Lose Control”, was released on October 6, 2015. The idea for the song was apparently sparked during a randomly shared studio session. We are going to have a lovely time across the pond in America’s wild west! Cheerio!  Check out the Arrowhead Manor inn for accommodations.  You will love it!

Lyle Lovett is playing at Red Rocks!

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Lyle Lovett is playing at Red Rocks!

 

We got our seats at the Red Rocks to see Lyle Lovett and His Large Band.  We are also staying at the Arrowhead Manor in Morrison.  This is going to be the best country night in Colorado ever! It is also the title of Lyle Lovett‘s third album, released in 1989. Lovett’s gender-bending cover of Tammy Wynette‘s “Stand By Your Man” was later included in the soundtrack of the 1993 movie The Crying Game. Lyle Lovett and His Large Band reached number 10 on Billboard’s chart for Top Country Albums, and 62 in the Billboard Hot 200. At the Grammy Awards of 1990, Lovett won the Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance for Lyle Lovett and His Large Band. While from the outset Lyle Lovett sounded like a hard artist to pigeonhole, his sponsors at Curb Records and MCA Records seemed determined to sell him as a country artist, though the blues and retro-jazz leanings of Lovett‘s second album, Pontiac, suggested that strategy would only be practical for so long. With his third album, 1989’s Lyle Lovett and His Large Band, Lovett seemingly sidelined any career aspirations as a mainstream country act he or his handlers may have held. The album kicks off with a lively cover of Clifford Brown‘s “The Blues Walk,” and the next five tunes all bear the smoky, late-night vibe of a low-key jazz joint, with top marks going to the hilariously off-kilter “Here I Am,” the witty scenario of potential infidelity “What Do You Do/The Glory of Love,” and the marvelously sly “Good Intentions.” The second half of the album is steeped in twang, but it was hardly more comforting for country radio programmers; “I Married Her Just Because She Looks Like You” is a “sweet on the outside and sick on the inside” tale of romantic obsession, “Nobody Knows Me” bears a punchline that makes “God Will” sound generous, and Lovett’s straight-faced cover of “Stand By Your Man” stubbornly refuses to either announce itself as a joke or suggest another interpretation. Wherever you choose to file it, Lyle Lovett and His Large Band made it clear that Lovett was only getting better with each album; the songs are uniformly well-crafted, Lovett‘s vocals are full of subtle nuance, and his band is in brilliant form throughout. If you’re going to burn your bridges, you could hardly find a better way to do it than this. We just love his music and are looking forward to seeing him at the Red Rocks Amphitheater! Check out the Arrowhead Manor inn for accommodations.  It is a great place to stay for Red Rocks!

String Cheese is playing at Red Rocks!

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String Cheese is playing at Red Rocks!

 

We see The String Cheese Incident at Red Rocks Amphitheater every year and always stay at Arrowhead B&B! Always a night to remember and the bed and breakfast is awesome! The String Cheese Incident is a band from Crested Butte and Telluride, Colorado formed in 1993. The band is composed of Michael Kang, Michael Travis, Bill Nershi, Kyle Hollingsworth, and Keith Moseley, and, in 2006, Jason Hann. Their music has elements of bluegrass sounds, as well as rock, electronica, calypso, country, funk, jazz, Latin,progressive rock, reggae, and occasional psychedelia. All members write original compositions and sing. Nershi has written the bulk of the group’s original songs. As the band’s popularity grew, so did the stage show and spectacle elements of many of their live shows. An organization called Peak Experience Productions was hired to add various eye and mind psychedelia, and audience participatory activities, to larger “Incidents” such as New Year’s Eve and Halloween (dubbed “Hulaween” due to the band’s early connection to the modern hooping movement). Themed events such as “Full Moon Dream Dance, Evolution”, “Dancing Around the Wheel of Time”, a “Subway Ride Through New York City”, and a “Time Traveler’s Ball” are some examples. During the 2000s the band also established an annual summer event at Horning’s Hideout in Oregon, bringing Peak Experience out into the woods to add to the circular energy and rapport between the band and its audience. At the same time, as the band’s popularity grew, so did the sizes of the crowds coming to see them; SCI headlined festivals such as Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits and the Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival, and began playing in some larger venues to accommodate their growing fanbase. SCI released live three-CD sets of all 19 shows that they played in April 2002 on their spring tour. In this regard, they are believed to have taken a cue from Phish‘s Live Phish series and stepped up the formula a notch by releasing every show instead of just select concerts. Not stopping with the spring tour, SCI has released nearly every song from every concert from every tour through the present, barring those where technical difficulties or contractual guest artist complications are involved. Christening the series On the Road, the shows are released on the SCI Fidelity label for fans who do not have the time or means to engage in active tape trading. Michael Travis founded the acoustic trio, Zuvuya, with Jamie Janover and Xander Greene in 2001 and started the trance music band Zilla during 2003. Bill Nershi and his wife Jillian started a bluegrass/acoustic band called Honkytonk Homeslice, which has toured across the US, especially in the West, and is scheduled to tour with Drew Emmitt of Leftover Salmon, Billed as The Emmitt-Nershi Band. Bill Nershi also fronts a Side project called Billy nershi’s Plue Planet. Kyle Hollingsworth plays with various side projects around Colorado including his own band, Kyle Hollingsworth, that plays SCI songs Kyle has written over the years as well as some of his other original pieces. His band features members of the Boulder-based group, The Motet. Michael Kang plays occasionally with Pangaea (African rooted band), and spends much of his off time travelling the world. Jason Hann and Michael Travis recently started a live looping project called EOTO. One time throughout their 2008 tour they were joined by Kyle Hollingsworth and Michael Kang making it everyone from SCI except Bill Nershi and Keith Moseley. These four played together on August 6, 2011 at Yarmony Grass Music Festival 2011 in Rancho del Rio, CO under the moniker “The Trancident.” The group went on tour in 2012 with a psychedelic “Lotus Flower” stage designed by Zebbler. Keith Moseley is currently touring with Keller Williams in Keller’s newly formed band: Keller Williams with Moseley, Droll and Sipe (formerly the WMDs). He also performed with Keller as part of Grateful Grass, a project performing bluegrass covers of songs by The Grateful Dead and releasing a live album in support of the Rex Foundation. The band provided a scenario to the origin of the name on October 6, 1996, at the Mishawaka Amphitheater in Bellvue, Colorado, citing an incident during which Michael broke a mandolin string. After a few years of playing local ski resorts and private functions, the band formed the independent record label SCI Fidelity, on which they released their first album, Born on the Wrong Planet, an album split between originals and covers. The album featured melody-driven music with room for improvisation. Instrumentals and covers constituted half of the album. Many songs from the first album are still frequently played by the band, including “Black Clouds,” “Land’s End,” “Texas,” and “Jellyfish.” Less than a year later, SCI released a compilation of ten songs, including “Land’s End,” on their self-titled live album A String Cheese Incident, which chronicles a single concert from the Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado and adds pianist Hollingsworth to the ensemble (he was not in the band during the recording of Born on the Wrong Planet). Despite spanning only one disc and containing only ten tracks, the album clocks in at 72 minutes even and is widely considered the best CD for new converts to listen to in order to become acquainted to the band’s live sound. ‘Round the Wheel, released in 1998, refined the band’s sound and displayed a marked increase in both musical and lyrical maturity, and added Paul McCandless as a guest player on soprano and tenor saxophone and Tony Furtado on Banjo, but did not earn them quite the level of notoriety that they would achieve in the next millennium. From 1998 through 2001 SCI toured the country extensively and steadily, playing over 500 “Incidents” in hundreds of cities, including an appearance at Woodstock ’99. In 2001, with the help of guest producer and Los Lobos member Steve Berlin, they released their third studio effort, Outside Inside. This album marked a shift from the band’s traditional bluegrass leanings to a more standard rock sound, thus making it the most accessible album to a mainstream audience to that point. The band did not completely abandon its bluegrass roots, however, sneaking in the short three-minute track “Up the Canyon” at the end of the disc, which has become one of many live favorites along with “Rollover,” “Close Your Eyes,” and others. This is a show you don’t want to miss while in Colorado at Red Rocks!  Check out the Arrowhead Manor inn for accommodations.  You will love it!

Diana Krall is playing at Red Rocks!

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Diana Krall is playing at Red Rocks!

 

Diana Krall is going to be at red rocks amphitheater!  We can’t wait and are staying at the Arrowhead Manor inn in Morrison. She is a Canadian jazz pianist and singer, known for her contralto vocals. She has sold more than 6 million albums in the US and over 15 million worldwide. On December 11, 2009, Billboard magazine named her the second Jazz artist of the 2000–09 decade, establishing her as one of the best-selling artists of her time. Krall is the only jazz singer to have eight albums debuting at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums. To date, she has won three Grammy Awards and eight Juno Awards. She has also earned nine gold, three platinum, and seven multi-platinum albums. Krall was born on November 16, 1964, in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, the daughter of Adella A., an elementary school teacher, and Stephen James “Jim” Krall, an accountant. Her father played piano at home and her mother sang in a community choir. She was playing piano herself at the age of four and playing jazz in a local restaurant at 15. She went to the Berklee College of Music in Boston on a scholarship before going to Los Angeles to play jazz. She returned to Canada to release her first album in 1993. Krall’s mother died of multiple myeloma in 2002, within months of the pianist’s mentors Ray Brown and Rosemary Clooney. Diana’s only sibling, Michelle, is a former member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Krall and British musician Elvis Costello were married on December 6, 2003, at Elton John‘s estate outside London. Their twin sons, Dexter Henry Lorcan and Frank Harlan James, were born December 6, 2006, in New York City. In 2000, she was awarded the Order of British Columbia. In 2003 she was given an honorary Ph.D. (Fine Arts) from the University of Victoria. In 2004, she was inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame. In 2005, she was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. In 2008, Nanaimo Harbourfront Plaza was renamed Diana Krall Plaza. She is an honorary board member of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. Krall has been selected as a Steinway & Sons Artist and performs exclusively with Steinway pianos in recording sessions, concerts, and public appearances. We absolutely love her work and already bought our tickets and booked a room at a bed and breakfast, in Morrison, nearby the venue, called the Arrowhead Manor.

Amos Lee is playing at Red Rocks

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Amos Lee is playing at Red Rocks!

 

We love Amos Lee and definitely want to see him with the Colorado Symphony at Red Rocks Amphitheater. We are staying overnight at the Arrowhead Manor inn in Morrison.  If you don’t know then Amos Lee is an American singer-songwriter whose musical style encompasses folk, rock and soul. He was born in Philadelphia and graduated from the University of South Carolina with a degree in English. After working as a schoolteacher and bartender he began to pursue a career in music. His manager Bill Eib, a well-known artist manager and new artist development agent, submitted a demo recording to Blue Note Records which resulted in a recording contract and an association with singer Norah Jones. Since that time Lee has recorded five albums on Blue Note Records and has toured as an opening act for Norah Jones, Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello, Paul Simon, Merle Haggard, Van Morrison, John Prine, Dave Matthews Band, Adele, the Zac Brown Band, Jack Johnson, The Avett Brothers, and David Gray. His music has appeared on the soundtracks of numerous TV shows and movies. He has performed on several late night TV shows and at a voter registration rally for Barack Obama. In 2011, his album Mission Bell debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. After returning to Philadelphia, Lee worked as a second grade school teacher at the Mary McLeod Bethune School and as a bartender at local music venues. He performed at “open mic” events in the area and, through his manager Bill Eib’s contacts with promoters, was hired as an opening act for artists like Mose Allison and B.B. King. In 2003, Lee’s manager Bill Eib sent a four-song demo CD to several record labels, and the representative at Blue Note Records was “immediately struck by his [Lee’s] voice”. Afterwards, Norah Jones heard Lee’s music while visiting the record company and invited Lee to be the opening act for her 2004 tour. The friendship between Lee’s manager Bill Eib and Bob Dylan‘s manager Jeff Kramer resulted in Lee touring with Dylan as his opening act in early 2005. Later Lee began touring on his own and recorded his self-titled and “widely praised” debut album of “subtle, folky soul” produced by Norah Jones‘ bassist, Lee Alexander which included vocals and instrumentation by Norah Jones and members of her band. After it was released, the album peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart and Lee was named one of Rolling Stones “Top 10 Artists to Watch.” One song from the album, called “Colors”, appeared on the TV show Grey’s Anatomy and in the film Just Like Heaven. Lee’s music received additional media attention when he performed on late night TV shows such as the Late Show with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. In 2006, Lee recorded his second album, Supply and Demand, which was produced by a friend of manager Bill Eib, Philadelphia musician and producer Barrie Maguire. An NPR Music reviewer described it as having “more complicated instrumentation and production” than his prior work. The song “Shout Out Loud” was released as a single and peaked at No. 76 on the Billboard 200, and another song, called “Sweet Pea”, was used in an AT&T ad campaign. Lee’s third studio album, Last Days at the Lodge was released in 2008 and re-emphasized “his grounding in folk and soul”. The album peaked at number 29 on the Billboard 200 chart and Lee performed at the Change Rocks, voter registration rally for Barack Obama in Philadelphia that summer opening for Bruce Springsteen. In 2011, Lee released his fourth album on Blue Note Records, entitled Mission Bell which was produced by Joey Burns of Calexico. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, number one on the Digital Albums chart, number two on the Internet chart and number one on the Amazon Top-Selling Albums and iTunes charts. The album’s single, “Windows are Rolled Down”, became a top 10 hit on USA Today‘s adult-alternative chart. However, the album also has the dubious distinction of being the lowest selling, number one Billboard album as of 2011 selling only 40,000 copies. Guest artists on the album included Lucinda Williams, Willie Nelson, Priscilla Ahn, Pieta Brown, James Gadson, and Sam Beam. The album was described by critics as tunes placed in “a stark landscape, enveloped by rustling percussion and reverberant drones” with tones and lyrics that were more optimistic than prior albums. Other critics called it “a restless album with a gentle soul” and “another fine showcase for his [Lee’s] elegant, soothing songwriting”. Lee appeared at Farm Aid 2013 and on the compilation album, The Music Is You: A Tribute to John Denver. He released his fifth studio album, Mountains Of Sorrow, Rivers Of Song in October 2013. Lee has also made his fair share of appearances at different music festivals. Many of the music festivals he has performed at have been in foreign countries. Some of these include France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. He performed at the Jazz Music Festival in Nice, France. He also performed at The Hague and San Sebastian. This is going to be a nice relaxing evening at the amphitheater and my wife and I can hardly wait to see this concert.  Check out the Arrowhead Manor inn in Morrison for accommodations.  Great place to stay for Red Rocks!

Dave Chappelle is playing at Red Rocks!

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Dave Chappelle is playing at Red Rocks!

 

David Chappelle will be at Red Rocks this year! My favorite comedian in the world!  Can’t wait to see him at Red Rocks and we are staying at the Arrowhead Manor inn to make a night of it.  He is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and producer. After beginning his film career in 1993 as Ahchoo in Mel Brooks Robin Hood: Men in Tights, he landed supporting roles in box office hits including The Nutty Professor, Con Air, You’ve Got Mail, Blue Streak and Undercover Brother. His first lead role was in the 1998 comedy film Half Baked, which he co-wrote with Neal Brennan. Chappelle also starred in the ABC TV series Buddies. In 2003, Chappelle became more widely known for his sketch comedy television series, Chappelle’s Show, also co-written with Brennan, which ran until his retirement from the show two years later. The show continues to run in late-night syndication and on television networks around the world. By 2006, Chappelle was called the “comic genius of America” by Esquire and, in 2013, “the best” by a Billboard writer. Chappelle lives with his family in Yellow Springs, Ohio, and performs touring stand-up comedy all across the country. In 2009, Comedy Central ranked him No. 43 in the “100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time”. Chappelle moved to New York City to pursue a career as a comedian. He performed at Harlem‘s famed Apollo Theater in front of the infamous “Amateur Night” audience, but he was booed off stage. Chappelle described the experience as the moment that gave him the courage to continue his show business aspirations. He quickly made a name for himself on the New York comedy circuit, even performing in the city’s parks. Whoopi Goldberg nicknamed him “The Kid”. At 19, he made his film debut as “Ahchoo” in Mel Brooks Robin Hood: Men in Tights. He also appeared on Star Search three times but lost over competing comedian Lester Barrie; Dave later joked about the irony of him subsequently becoming more successful than Barrie. The same year, Chappelle was offered the role of Benjamin Buford “Bubba” Blue in Forrest Gump. Concerned the character was demeaning and the movie would bomb, he turned down the part.  He parodied the film in the 1997 short “Bowl of Pork,” where a dim-witted black man is responsible for the Rodney King beating, the LA riots and OJ Simpson being accused of murder. Chappelle played another supporting role in an early Doug Liman film, Getting In in 1994. At age 19, he was the opening act for R&B soul singer Aretha Franklin. He attracted the attention of TV network executives and developed numerous pilots, but none was picked up for development into a series. In 1995, he made a guest appearance on an episode of ABC‘s popular sitcom Home Improvement. The storyline had Chappelle and real-life friend and comedian Jim Breuer ask Tim Taylor for advice on their girlfriends. The characters’ single outing in the episode proved so popular that ABC decided to give them their own spin-off sitcom titled Buddies. However, after taping a pilot episode, Jim Breuer was fired and replaced with actor Christopher Gartin. Buddies premiered in March 1996 to disappointing ratings, and the show was canceled after only five episodes out of 13 had been produced. After the failure of Buddies, Chappelle starred in another pilot. According to Chappelle, the network was uncomfortable with the African-American cast and wanted white actors added. Chappelle resisted and subsequently accused the network of racism. Shortly afterwards, Chappelle’s father died, and Chappelle, returning to Ohio, considered leaving the entertainment business. He later appeared as a nightclub comedian in the 1996 comedy The Nutty Professor starring Eddie Murphy, one of his major comedic influences. The movie grossed nearly $129 million on a budget of $54 million. He had a minor role in 1997’s Con Air which made $26 million after production costs. At the beginning of 1998, he did a stand-up performance for HBO Comedy Half-Hour. That same year, he appeared in “Pilots and Pens Lost,” a 1998 episode of The Larry Sanders Shows sixth season, in which he and the executives of the show’s unnamed television network satirized the treatment to which scriptwriters and show creators were subjected, as well as the executives’ knee-jerk tendencies toward racial stereotypes. He and Neal Brennan co-wrote the 1998 cult stoner film Half Baked, Chappelle’s first starring role, about a group of marijuana-smoking friends trying to get their other friend out of jail. It made money at the box office and remains a classic so-called “stoner” film, a genre that includes the “Cheech and Chong” films as well as more recent fare like Judd Apatow‘s Pineapple Express.  In December 1998, Chappelle appeared as Tom Hanks‘ character’s friend and confidant in You’ve Got Mail. The $65 million movie made nearly $116 million at the box office. In 1999, he appeared in the Martin Lawrence film Blue Streak, which made $117 million at the box office. In 2000, Chappelle recorded his first hour-long HBO special, Dave Chappelle: Killin’ Them Softly, in Washington, DC. He followed this up with an appearance as “Conspiracy Brother” in the 2002 racial satire Undercover Brother. This is going to be the funniest night ever I we cannot wait to laugh on the Red Rocks!  Check  out the Arrowhead Manor inn for accommodations.  It is a great place to stay for Red Rocks.

Railroad Earth is playing at Red Rocks!

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Railroad Earth is playing at Red Rocks!

 

 

Listening to Railroad Earth is like reading Jack Kerouac! If you love the Beats like me and my wife you will love this band!  We are going to make it even a better night and staying at the Arrowhead Manor inn. Railroad Earth is a roots and Americana-based newgrass jam band from Stillwater, New Jersey. Their name was borrowed from the Jack Kerouac short story “October in the Railroad Earth.” The band also has a song by the same name written by Todd Sheaffer. Railroad Earth’s music combines elements of bluegrass, rock and roll, jazz, celtic and more, and the group is also known for its extensive live improvisation and lyrical songwriting within an acoustic base. On November 11, 2009, Grubb announced his departure from the band after Railroad Earth’s New Year’s Eve run of shows in Portland, OR. In February 2010, Andrew Altman of the Codetalkers and Blueground Undergrass was named as his successor. The band’s self-titled fifth album was released on Oct 12, 2010.  The album featured Andy Goessling, for the first time playing electric guitar, and new songs from Todd Sheaffer including “Jupiter and the 119” and ” Too Much Information” plus an 11-minute instrumental, written by John Skehan, “Spring-Heeled Jack.” It is the longest studio track to date for the band. In February 2013 Railroad Earth performed at the Jefferson Theatre at the University of Virginia, and at Workplay in Birmingham, Alabama. On January 14, 2014, Railroad Earth released their seventh album, “Last of the Outlaws,” to rave reviews from media and fans alike. In the tour that followed Railroad Earth headlined Red Rocks for the second time, selling out and with the help of the Mile High Horns (arranged by Jay Rattman). The result can be seem on the DVD “Live at Red Rocks“. Railroad Earth backed Warren Haynes on February 3, 2015 for a taping of the PBS series “Front and Center” for airing in May 2015. There were also studio Haynes tracks being recorded with Railroad Earth. The members of Railroad Earth have also released numerous solo albums. In 2009 John Skehan released a duet album with mandolinist Todd Collins, performing the eighteenth-century Italian sonatas of Emanuele Barbella. In 2010 Tim Carbone co-founded the jamband supergroup The Contribution (band) with Keith Moseley and Jason Hann of String Cheese Incident along with Jeff Miller and Phil Ferlino of New Monsoon. Tim Carbone has also produced albums by many bands, including Greensky Bluegrass and Great American Taxi.  In 2015 Tim Carbone contributed to Waywords and Meansigns, a collaborative project setting James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake to music. Also at Red Rocks will be Leftover Salmon. We are from Boulder so we hear them alot and love them! Leftover Salmon is a jam band from Boulder, Colorado, formed in 1989. Their unique blend of bluegrass, rock, country, and Cajun/Zydeco, which the band calls “Polyethnic Cajun Slamgrass”, has found favor with the jam band scene. The band took a hiatus in 2005, and spent parts of 2007 in a reunion. Leftover Salmon reunited in 2007 and played six performances, including the High Sierra Music Festival in Quincy, California, the All Good Festival in West Virginia, as well as Denver and Boulder, Colorado shows in late December. Leftover Salmon marked their unofficial return to the stage with a performance at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival on Sunday, June 24, 2007, as “Drew Emmitt and Vince Herman and Friends.” They were introduced by Jeff Austin of Yonder Mountain String Band with the line, “We know what it might say in the program, but I think we all really know what’s going on here. “

Despite their various successful side projects, Leftover Salmon played seven times during the summer of 2008 and 2009. For a special New Years run, the band celebrated 20 years as a band by returning to the site of their very first show in Crested Butte, Colorado: The Eldo. The band played four shows through Denver and Boulder Colorado during this run while celebrating their 20th anniversary. Since moving Andy Thorn in to the banjo role, the band has been touring more than usual with small runs throughout the country. On May 22 of 2012 the band released their first album since the hiatus in 2004. The album is called “Aquatic Hitchhiker”. This is going to be a night to remember folks, come one, come all!  Make it even more memorable and stay at the Arrowhead Manor inn.  Great place for Red Rocks.

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