Pauline Reese

This Texas sweetie singer/songwriter has done it all. A duet with Willie, has written a song on his new album, performed at Farm Aid and is the Texas Music Awards reigning Entertainer of the Year.  Known to Rolling Stone and the Best of Texas, she’s been produced by Michael Martin Murphy and was featured in the documentary “Honky Tonk Heaven” that premiered at SXSW in 2016.








Lesli Wood & The Spice Boys

Talented singer/songwriter (and PhD/Professor at the Colorado School of Mines!) always gets the crowd up and dancing. A stage presence that’s been in demand for years across the Texas hill country, they’ve traveled from Florida to Colorado with a signature blend of rock & roll, Texas Swing, and good ol’ rockabilly sound.







Bruce Hayes

One of Colorado’s own, Bruce is known for a fusion of acoustic and electric, with elements of rock, bluegrass, Celtic and R&B- styles that could be termed as “mountain music.” Performing original songs on mandolin, guitar, dobro, footboard, and his latest creation- the Stratobassto, Hayes isn’t one to be missed.










Steve Baxter (vocals, guitar, mandolin) and John Goss (vocals, guitar, harmonica). We play a wide variety of singer/songwriter tunes, originals, twangy songs and favorites. We’ll take requests, but we might not play them.
















Cash’d Out

Cash’d Out (Douglas Benson vocals, George Bernardo drums, and Stephen Rey bass) is a San Diego based band that channels Johnny Cash in about as close a manner to the real thing as it gets. The band’s live shows respectfully reference the late, great Man in Black’s Sun Records and early Columbia era sound, combined with the energy of the classic multi-platinum live recordings from Folsom Prison and San Quentin. The group’s genuine love (and authentic recreation) of Johnny Cash’s music and its universal appeal fans of all ages and of virtually all musical genres makes each Cash’d Out show a must-see event.






 Moors & McCumber

Moors and McCumber create that rare chemistry that happens when two gifted singer- songwriters and multi-instrumentalists perfectly complement each other’s strengths, a modern day version of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. James Moors and Kort McCumber grew up in different places and listening to different kinds of music – classical, rock, bluegrass, you name it. But when they met ten years ago they knew they’d found something golden. Since then, they’ve been cultivating their wide-ranging musical influences in songs that delve into love and life through haunting lyrics, soaring harmonies, and dazzling instrumental proficiency. As Grammy award-winning producer Lloyd Maines puts it, “These guys should be playing every major festival in the country. They bring it all to the stage and deliver it in a big way.”






Kathy Hussey

Progressive acoustic folk music – intelligent and refreshingly free of cliche and self-indulgent introspection. Kathy’s songs have been described as paintings; imagery and characters abound in her lyrics, and they have been known to inspire people to action – quit their job, rescue a stray dog, maybe end a relationship. Kathy has released 3 critically acclaimed CDs that feature her pop-tinged-alterna-folk-bluegrassy-hip-hop sound, and she has been a finalist or a winner in many major songwriting competitions: Kerrville New Folk, Telluride Troubadour, Mountain Stage, Suwannee Springfest and others.