Lots of water flowin' through the Bear Creek right now.
I ran across this place on Larimer street yesterday - The Infinite Monkey Theorem - an urban winery.
PAER performed at the Walnut Room Sunday evening (05-17-2015), opening a show for Ben Cosgrove. PAER is comprised of Kyle Zender (guitar) and Hill Baker (drums, keys, sampler). For much of their set at the Walnut Room, their friend Andy Skellenger played the cajón. It definitely added some extra textures to the sonic landscape, and it was fascinating to watch him play that instrument. He also makes cajóns and you can purchase them at his website Nautilus Cajóns.
*** I am learning how to shoot with a DSLR in lowlight situations, where I don't want to throw a flash all over the place. So these photos ended up pretty blurry.
Chris Robinson Brotherhood brought their psychedelic music to Cervantes this weekend, and it did not disappoint. Of course, I really dig Chris' songwriting and feel like it is the obvious foundation of the band. However, the other members are just as integral. Neal Casal's solos are melodic perfection. Adam MacDougal is like the captain at the controls of the spaceship. Muddy was holding things steady on bass. And this was my first chance to hear the new drummer, Tony Leone. They really have a good team of players that listen to what each other is doing, and you can hear the results.
The highlights for me were: Jump the Turnstile, Star or Stone, Reflections of a Broken Mirror, and I Ain't Hiding.
If you get a chance to see CRB on this tour, don't pass it up.
Today, I found this interesting looking mushroom growing on the side of a tree. I think the color and texture of its cap makes it look like pizza crust.
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