Care and Share Fundraiser Brings Red Mountain Boys to Stargazers | Music


The Red Mountain Boys will perform in a can for charity at the Stargazers Theater & Event Center on November 24.

Wednesday, November 24, Star watchers will host a thoughtful fundraiser for the Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado. What’s billed as a holiday launch party showcases the local supergroup’s driving bluegrass Boys of the Red Mountain – including Alan begley on the flat-top guitar, Lewis laughs and his five-string banjo, Jon murphy on bass, and Jeff daugherty with the mandolin.

They will be joined by The mitts, in the same way Edie Carey and John standish. It will be a FREE event as long as each of you brings at least two non-perishable food items to donate (be a mensch, bring more). You can stomp all night long to crisp tunes, then rest your sweet little head knowing you’ve helped feed your neighbors in need.

If, however, you are looking for a heartbreaking heaviness, may I suggest you head to Fritzy’s Friday November 26 for a big night of doom metal. Denver Oryx will do a three day mini race from Denver, Albuquerque, then on Friday they will be joined here in Springs by Bugle Void, Kalakuta and On the murmur of a field (full disclosure – this is my group). If you’ve been struggling with constipation from the night before, the decibel levels on this show are sure to work out for you (you may want to bring an extra pair of underwear).

Oryx will perform his new album, Lament over a dead world, in its entirety. This will be one of the only times they do. The New Mexico duo turned Colorado trio perform a unique blend of chaotic death and doom and they are not to be missed. Also not to be missed is Kalakuta. They come from the ashes of their previous stoner doom project Quiet valley, bringing a more refined and much more nihilistic and overwhelming approach.

On Friday, the broadcasts continue. Sunshine Studios Live will host Nu Metal / Rap Rock legends from the mid-90s (hed) PE with Phil mauro, Voice of betrayal and premises High disease and Fall silent. (hed) PE is known for its contribution and innovations to the rap / metal genre in the mid-90s with bands like Korn, Limp Bizkit and Snot. Since their inception in 1994, the band have released 13 full studio albums and have a neat and solid live set that’s sure to get any crowd moving.

If a full local show is what you want, The black sheep will also be a great place to go on Friday. They will welcome the blues rock of The short term with indie punk rock Art snow and the eclectic styles of Soda Pop Music. The Short-TERM is a dynamic duo of guitar and drums bringing you the blues rock you love but with a stronger and rawer side.

That’s what’s happening in town right now! Hope you all have a great week and take care of each other. Thinking about this last year, it’s been wild. We started 2021 with no events, but with proper safety precautions, the live shows are happening again and our city is starting to become a community again. I am very grateful to all of you who read this column every week. If you have any upcoming events or albums let me know at [email protected] Keep having fun, be careful, and see you next week!


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