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Bands All Around Colorado in November.
Bands of all shapes, sizes and genres do their best to quench the citizens of Colorado thirst for live music. Most touring bands play at multiple venues in Colorado, so if you’re really a fan, you can follow your favorite artist from city to city resort to resort and venue to venue. Here’s some bands playing at multiple venues around Colorado in November.
Trout Steak Revival
Nov 10, Ophelia's Electric Soapbox, Denver
Nov 11, Memorial Hall (Manitou)
Nov 17, Aggie Theatre, Fort Collins
Nov 18, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, Denver
This Denver band continues to wow big audiences with fantastic musicianship. Best described as Americana and Bluegrass, their style is fun, toe tapping upbeat and smiling music that brings a captivating vocal and instrumental performance that is quite enjoyable to all.
Reverend Horton Heat (Solo) and Dale Watson (Solo)
Nov 16, Etown Hall, Boulder County
Nov 17-19, Globe Hall, Denver
Tex-American music descends onto Colorado as two icons and legends of Americana, rockabilly and country music grace the stage at ETown Hall in Boulder and Globe Hall in Denver. These are solo performances so expect up close and personal stories of two colorful, charismatic Texas rock stars.
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s Swinging Holiday party
Nov 25, PACE Center (Parker)
Dec 1-2, Stanley Hotel, Estes Park
Dec 19, Fort Lewis College, Durango
Of all the swing bands that rode the cocktail swing music wave in the 90s, it’s Big Bad Voodoo Daddy that survived and thrived to 2017. Featured in the 1996 movie “Swingers”, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy continues to wow the lindy hoppers with their hard driving, jazz influenced, zoot suit wearing performances.
Nov 25, Paramount Theatre, Denver
Nov 26, Union Colony Civic Center, Greeley
One of the most successful music artists of the 90s brings her Handmade Holiday tour to Colorado in November. Her career is one that is truly rags to riches as she struggled like most musicians to find her way to stardom. She’s moved from pop singer to modern country singer back to pop singer and even has a children’s album released through the Fisher-Price label.
Nov 18, Stargazers Theatre and Events Center, Colorado Springs
Nov. 19-20, Boulder Theater, Boulder County
Their name is an intentional pun of the name of country singer Waylon Jennings, so that should give you a good idea of the sound this Americana, roots girl trio delivers. They’ve been on A Prairie Home Campanion, their alubm “Firecracker”. Peaked at #2 on the Billboard Bluegrass charts and they’ve won a Juno Awards for Roots and Traditional Album of the Year (Group). Their first show at Boulder Theater sold out, so a second was added.
Nov. 18, Pepsi Center, Denver
Nov. 19, Broadmoor World Arena, Colorado Springs
Trans-Siberian founder Paul O’Neill passed on in April, but his spectacular holiday rock show continues. The orchestral sound surrounded by a hard rock driven theatrical performance of holiday tunes, is as much a mainstay of the holiday season as Mannheim Steamroller. Trans-Siberian
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