Monthly Archives: September 2015
Doctor Robert, The Beatles Tribute from Crested Butte, just capped off an amazing summer of music last weekend at The Rio Grande Scenic Railroad’s Mountain Rails Concert Series. Two perfect days for outdoor music, in a beautiful and remote setting, made for a great turnout both days. Saturday’s show was even sold out, and we can’t thank everyone enough for making the trip to La Veta Pass for this unique concert venue. We even entertained the first class and diamond class cars with some acoustic Beatles music on the way home on Saturday. More photos and some recordings from Sunday’s show are at the bottom of the blog.
Thanks to Phil Jack for these two photos
Since Memorial Day Weekend, we’ve played 19 shows around Colorado, which is nearly 60 hours of music! For the third straight year, we started our summer at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park’s “Music on the Mountain” series.
June brought us back for a second time to Paonia’s Blue Sage Center for the Arts, as well as the first annual “Beatles and Brewskis” event hosted by Acme Liquor in our hometown of Crested Butte.
July started the busy season with our fourth appearance at Salida’s “Thursdays @ Six” series, our second show at Samana Lounge in Vail, our second straight headlining show at Aspen’s Fourth of July festivities, a long-awaited return to Durango for “Concerts in the Park,” our fourth show at Nissi’s in Lafayette, our first show at the amazing new venue in Colorado Springs, The Gold Room, a private show in Denver for our successful Kickstarter campaign, and our second performance at The Inn as Aspen.
August was equally busy as we played our second year at Redstone’s “Magical Moments” concert series, our second headlining spot at Crested Butte’s Festival of the Arts, our second show at KAFM’s Radio Room in Grand Junction, a private dentist convention at Telluride Conference Center, a headlining performance for The Gunnison Car Show, two unforgettable concerts at Rio Grande Scenic Railroad’s “Mountain Rails” summer concert series at La Veta Pass, and closing out August’s schedule was a Tour de Forks performance at a private home in Skyland as a fundraiser for the Crested Butte Center for the Arts.
One After 909
Strawberry Fields Forever
Mother Nature’s Son
A Hard Day’s Night
A Day in the Life
Got To Get You Into My Life
All Together Now
What Goes On
Old Brown Shoe