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Summer Concert: Rapidgrass Quintet w/ Caribou Mountain Collective


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Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Amphitheater
801 S Yarrow St 80226 Lakewood United States
Join us for the 2016 Sounds Exciting Summer Concert Series including sensational live music, Rolling Dough and Little Bird Baking Co. food trucks, and the (NEW) Beer Garden featuring local craft beer from CAUTION: Brewing Co., WestFax Brewing Company, and Great Frontier Brewing Company.

Rapidgrass Quintet:
Winners of the 2015 Rockygrass band Competition.Mark Morris (guitar/vocals) who was featured in Powder Magazine in 2014 for his exploits both on guitar and on skis. Mark has toured the world extensively for the past decade as a member of the Hickory Project. Kyle James Hauser (banjo/vocals) whose songs appear in 6 films and 3 MTV shows. His latest album was #1 on Colorado’s OpenAir for 3 weeks and voted as a Top Ten local album of 2014 by Colorado Public Radio listeners. Alex Johnstone (mandolin/vocals) is a veteran of Rebel Record’s Spring Creek who released 4 studio albums and toured internationally with appearances at Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Merlefest and Strawberry Music Festival and with Del McCoury, Peter Rowan and Drew Emmitt. Coleman Smith (violin) holds a degree in violin performance and is a 5 time winner of the Bob Wills Fiddle Competition. He has toured the world with stage/screen’s Ramin Karimloo as well as The Hickory Project. Carl Meinecke (bass) has supported Drew Emmitt and played in orchestras, quartets, and jazz ensembles nationally.

Caribou Mountain Collective:
Seeking mountains and proximity to the vibrant music scene of Boulder County, four bluegrass renegades were drawn to the ever-evolving folk traditions of the west. They convened at the foot of Caribou Ranch to carry on the rich history of Nederland acoustic music. They don't allow themselves to be pigeon holed as strictly a bluegrass band, keeping true to their influences of folk, blues, americana, country, and jazz.

The four musicians of this group include Miles Perry (guitar), Curly Collins (upright bass), Etienne Cremieux (fiddle) and Allen Cooke (dobro). Each musician contributes vocals/harmonies and brings their own musical touch to the table in song writing and the composing of instrumental arrangements. Not only do these four musicians keep alive the traditional sounds of old time Appalachian mountain music, their diverse musical backgrounds create exciting medleys and unique lyrical storytelling.

These musicians have honed their skills as entertainers, with an in depth understanding of what audiences love in a live show.

Please visit (www.lakewood.org/SummerConcerts) for the full 2016 lineup, tickets, and additional information.