In the fall of 2018, the group’s first album, “Memoirs of Living in a Car” was released after being recorded at Scooter’s Place in Durango, CO. The record is a mix of genre bending rock and soul screaming rhythm & blues. All of the songs are original works most of which started as compositions written by PJ Moon. With the input of the rest of the group, they eventually evolved into the complex yet catchy collection of songs that are now played at their live shows and streamed and downloaded across the world.
On paper, they’d be considered a bluegrass band, but the term “bluegrass” gets tossed around these days like the word “alternative” was used to describe any band with an electric guitar and a slight hint of angst. They’ll be a bluegrass band when you want them to, but a tune like “Red Eyed Train” pushes the band into the realm of 1970s-era country rock, while “We Are the Closers” has a shuffle-and jug-band bounce. Its good-time music primarily rooted in acoustic roots rock and Americana-jam with subtle hints of twang.
Nestled along the bank of the beautiful San Juan River is the quaint little downtown of Pagosa Springs. At the heart of this special Southern Colorado mountain community you will discover The Springs Resort & Spa. Home to the most geothermal hot spring pools in Colorado, our 24 soaking pools vary in temperature and receive their rich mineral waters from our record-holding geothermal hot spring. Create lasting memories and savor one-of-a-kind experiences at The Springs.
Bringing outside food and/or drinks is forbidden. Food and drinks are available purchase on site.
We are doing everything we can to strictly follow all the measures with regards to facial covering and social distancing to make sure everyone is safe during the event.
The event is also limited in capacity.
Masks are mandatory anywhere and anytime during the event unless you are seated at your assigned table.