Heath & Molly live on the W2565 Stage
Sep
29
8:00pm 8:00pm

Heath & Molly live on the W2565 Stage

Heath & Molly are an American Folk-Rock duo from Rumsey, Kentucky.

This duo is coming back to Grand Junction after putting on an absolute fun foot stomping, swing dancing, singalong show last year.  We are excited to get them back on the W2565 stage!

The duo is comprised of husband and wife Heath & Molly Eric. Heath & Molly blend vocals, acoustic guitars, and various percussion to create a homegrown and powerful roots music experience with the sonic value of a much larger ensemble. They perform an average of 150 shows each year across the USA and Europe. 

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Jack + Jill & Friends
Sep
30
8:00pm 8:00pm

Jack + Jill & Friends

TICKET INFORMATION: NO COVER!

JACK+JILL is an amazing Indie/Alt band based out of Grand Jct. Co. The music they perform blends unique, and familiar melodies and harmonies with energetic drumming, electric violin,  piano and keyboards, and solid bass lines... Putting on an amazing live show, sure to be remembered.

Aaron Seibert (Jack): Guitars & Vocals, and wife Jessica Seibert (Jill): Violins & Vocals, have been performing as JACK+JILL... since their marriage in the summer of 2007. Having great success as a two piece, they decided to incorporate other musicians to play at bigger shows and events…And the success is climbing further. They are now an eclectic blend of 4 amazing musicians.

JACK + JILL is a fun loving, high energy band whose musical sounds and silences will rock your face off! They are proud to perform with Taylor Riley: Drums & Percussion and Cory Roberts Bass &Vocals.

The members of JACK+JILL have had the privilege of performing on the bill with big names such as: Everclear, Yonder Mountain String Band, Eve6, Loverboy, Zelazowa, Del the Funky Homosapien, Days of the New, Lucas Nelson and the Promise of the Real, Pretty Lights, Rodger Clyne and the Peacemakers, and countless "Hometown Heroes."

Performing at venues and festivals big and small, Jack and Jill even managed to slip into a chamber choir and perform at Carnegie Hall!

The shows you will see them perform are just as versatile as the bands listed above. As the full band you will see their performances range from full on rock concerts, with intricate & danceable drum beats; big melodic bass lines; lyrical electric violin leads; colorful keyboard licks and soaring vocals harmonies- way down to "soft sets" that may (or may not) taper member numbers down to create an almost coffee shop acoustic jam feel that leaves you begging for more!

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Derringer
Oct
6
8:30pm 8:30pm

Derringer

Come get western with the Band Derringer who are quickly becoming the can't miss night of Country Music in Grand Junction!

Come get western with the Band Derringer who are quickly becoming the can't miss night of Country Music in Grand Junction!

Derringer is made up of musicians from the Western Slope of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. Started by Sean Paxson in the spring of 1993 the goal was to create a unique country-rock sound focusing on three part harmonies, solid song writing, and an energetic stage presence. This, along with talented and dedicated band members has created a spectacular show across Colorado.

Drawing on influences ranging from Brooks and Dunn to the Eagles to classic country, the band has combined many familiar sounds to create a style that is all their own. Derringer’s sound and show have made them a favorite across Colorado playing fairs and rodeos, bars like the famous Grizzly Rose in Denver, and opening for numerous national acts including: The Pirates of the Mississippi, Doug Supernaw, Rick Trevino, Big House, Dan Seals, Michelle Wright, Ricky Lynn Gregg, The Smokin Armadillos, Ricochet, Kenny Chesney, STYX, Dwight Yokum, Country Jam (1999 and 2000), Criss Ledoux, The Little River Band, Tracy Byrd and Black Hawk.

In 1994 Derringer wrote and produced a ten song CD titled “Put A Little Kick In Your Country”. The CD landed air time on radio stations across Colorado including KISS Country – Grand Junction, SKI Country – Vail, KMTS – Glenwood Springs, and KYGO in Denver. The CD sold over 4000 units. The band is continuing to write new material and hopes to be back in the studio soon. Our latest 12 song CD, "Rocky Mountain Rain" was released in December of 2009.

Derringer is: Sean Paxson – lead vocals and lead guitar, Jeff Huff – keyboards, guitar and back up vocals, Dave Watson – drums, Fred Pena – bass guitar, Emily Kingston- Lead and backup vocals.

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JAGERTOWN
Oct
7
8:30pm 8:30pm

JAGERTOWN

Jagertown will be BACK at the Warehouse!  One of the best shows around will hit the W2565 Stage Saturday October 7th.  This is a can't miss high energy show!  

Jagertown will be BACK at the Warehouse!  One of the best shows around will hit the W2565 Stage Saturday October 7th.  This is a can't miss high energy show!  

“Line ‘em up, shoot ‘em down. There’s a party going on in Jagertown” - are the opening lyrics of “Jagertown,” self-titled first album and the title track released nearly ten years ago.   This lyric had become synonymous with the band as their popularity grew across the West.

With the release of their second album, "Love On the Radio" they found their fan base rapidly growing and extending from California to South Dakota driven by amazing country festivals.  Jagertown’s high-energy show, well-crafted originals, and a sound that the country scene hasn’t had in a decade delivers on the promise that there will be a party going on with Jagertown’s on stage.

The release of “Sleepin’ with My Boots On,” the band's third album, elevating them to key support positions at many festivals and headlining special events around the country. 

Now with the release of “Small Town Superstars,” their fourth studio effort, Jagertown's fans, the “Jager Nation,” continue to grow.  Supporting their success and their latest charting single, “She Won’t Be Lonely,” Jagertown has expanded their “That’s Why I Drink” tour to include venues and festivals from Coast to Coast.

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LeverAction
Oct
13
8:30pm 8:30pm

LeverAction

LeverAction Band set to hit the Jim Beam Main Stage again July 8!  !  

LeverAction Band set to hit the Jim Beam Main Stage again July 8!  !  

LeverAction started in 2010 as two guys in a garage picking a guitar and pounding on a drum kit. Now LeverAction is comprised of six talented musicians including Jimmy Snowden with lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Rob Labig on drums, Dennis Ward with vocals and lead guitar, Steve Harding on rhythm guitar, Nat Waterman on the fiddle and Steven Wendall Johnson on bass guitar and rounding out the vocals. We are a group of hard working, down home Colorado boys who love to make our own special brand of southern and country rock music by “LeverActioning it” up with a little more energy and a lot more fun. Chicks dig it.

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Oct
14
8:30pm 8:30pm

RedRock Outlaws

Grand Junction get ready to throw down with the outlaw country band from Moab, UT! 

Grand Junction get ready to throw down with the outlaw country band from Moab, UT! 

A new outlaw country band playing the best country dance music in the state of Utah and they are now bringing it to western Colorado!  Dust of the ol boots and hat and get your country swing on for a great night of live music only at the Warehouse 2565

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Oct
21
8:30pm 8:30pm

JW Trio

Williams Brothers Trio set to rock the Jim Beam Stage Saturday October 21st.  Don't miss a great night of live music, Air conditioning and ice cold beer... See you there!

Williams Brothers Trio set to rock the Jim Beam Stage Saturday October 21st.  Don't miss a great night of live music, Air conditioning and ice cold beer... See you there!

After 10 years as one of the essential members of the regional music scene in northern California, James "Papa Bear" Williams snatched up his younger brother Phil & moved to Colorado in 2000. Since then THE WILLIAMS BROTHERS BAND has established themselves as the anchor of the music scene in Western Colorado. TWBB has become the most successful band in the area & not only headlines the region's top venues & festivals, tours all over the western United States, but are the most requested direct support act to play with national acts as well. The hit single, "CIRCLES" was nominated for a Golden Kayak Award by the International Academy Of Independent Artists for best Rock Song. TWBB hit #1 on the mp3.com Blues charts twice with JOHNNY THE SQUIRREL, & DEEP ELEM BLUES. The all original & multi-genre "LIVE AT THE MESA THEATER" was released April 2014. The first single GET ME DOWN immediately hit #5 on the Soundclick Americana Charts while the backing track CHINAMAN BLUES was the #2 song on podcasts world-wide. The album placed 3 songs simultaneously on Soundclick's top 20 Blues Rock Charts as well. The Williams Brothers are true purveyors of american music and cross genres with ease and proficiency

Band Members

James "Papa Bear" Williams (Founding Member) - Band Leader, Songwriter, Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, ~

Phillip "Uncle Phil" Williams (Founding Member) - Lead Guitar, Vocals, & Songwriter ~

Current Supporting Cast:

Jesse Johnson - Lead Guitar ~

Seth Strickland - Bass ~

Jason Dunn - Drums ~

feat. 2nd Generation Legacy Members:

Chloe & Kiya Williams - Vocals

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Oct
28
9:00pm 9:00pm

Stephen Wesley

Tickets available online at monumentalevents.com, by calling 800-626-8497, or in person at the Monumental Events Box Office at the Avalon Theatre (7th & Main Street in Downtown Grand Junction) 12pm to 8pm Monday through Saturday. 

Stephen Wesley set to hit the Jim Beam Stage for a throw down on Oct. 28th

Stephen Wesley set to hit the Jim Beam Stage for a throw down on Oct. 28th

Stephen Wesley is an award winning singer/songwriter from Beechgrove, Indiana. Writing music, recording and playing shows are what Stephen says, “Life is all about.”

After 10 years of hard work and dedication to his craft, Stephen finally decided to sign with EnnEcho Records due to the fact that “I could see their intensity and dedication to helping put my music out to the world matched mine. It’s a perfect partnership.” Though he now calls California home, Stephen has spent the largest part of his life living in Texas and Colorado as well as Indiana and always tries to bring that Midwest culture and friendliness to his life and music. Stephen says his ability to blend so many musical genres into his writing is no accident and why he’s been able to work with some of the biggest names in music, such as Slash (Guns N Roses), BC Jean (Beyonce), Marc Jordan (The Cult, Velvet Revolver) and many, many more.

“I have fun stuff and I have really sexy stuff, and I have music that will just grab your heart and make you want to hold on to the person you love most or your children,” he says. “I want my songs to transcend any one genre or category of music. Most of what I do is pop music, but “pop” to me stands for popular, and that has everything in it: country, rock, pop, you name it. It’s all right there inside these songs… whether it’s sadness or happiness, love or joy or confusion or any emotions we all share, I try to put it in a way so everyone can relate to it.” Stephen’s current single, “Cowgirl” features the great Slash of Guns N Roses and Velvet Revolver fame and can be purchased on all digital outlets now.

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Walker Williams
Nov
3
8:30pm 8:30pm

Walker Williams

Walker Williams to take the W2565 Stage!  

Walker Williams to take the W2565 Stage!  

Grand Junction get ready to dust off the boots and hat and come get a little western with the country artist from Denver, CO Walker Williams on the W2565 stage!

Beginning with an introduction to the love of country music at an early age, then adding his own desire to entertain and an infectious fun-loving attitude, Walker Williams has moved on from an early vagabond lifestyle of growing up in a military family, and through a brief acting career, to life on the road, as one of the Rocky Mountain region's most popular and entertaining musicians.

Walker's country roots date back to his very early years. His father taught him to sing and play guitar at the ripe old age of six! It wasn't long before he was singing and playing along with Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and Tom T. Hall on the radio.

Being an "Air Force Brat", Walker and his family moved quite often. From Japan, where he was born, to New York, Arizona and finally, Colorado where Walker found acceptance in the various school choirs he sang in. Arapahoe High School, in Littleton, Colorado was the first school he had attended for three years in a row. From there, he was offered a music scholarship to attend Adams State College in Alamosa, Colorado. Walker, however, felt the need to perform on a much larger scale. He left college to pursue a singing and acting career. He found the best of both worlds in music theatre in Los Angeles, where he was featured in several national commercials, a few television episode appearances and even a film or two.

Upon returning to Denver, Walker continued to perform in musical comedy and several more local commercials and television appearances, including Perry Mason, America's Most Wanted and Unsolved Mysteries.  Finally, in 1991, Walker left the theatre and started performing as a single, in bars, restaurants and private parties. He performed a mixture of Top 40 country, older country and a little bit of country-rock. Eight months later, he formed The Walker Williams Band.

With his truly wonderful singing talent, along with his ability to entertain, Walker's popularity spread throughout Colorado. Within the first year, he was playing some of the better clubs in the Denver Metro area, including the award-winning Grizzly Rose, where he now holds status as "house band", and also traveling into the mountain resorts. 

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Derringer to open for Roger Creager
Nov
4
8:00pm 8:00pm

Derringer to open for Roger Creager

TICKET INFORMATION: Tickets go on sale Oct. 1

Don't miss a great night of rocking COUNTRY music with Derringer Band on the W2565 MAIN STAGE! 

Derringer, a group of talented and dedicated musicians from the Western Slope of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains are creating spectacular shows across the state. 

Drawing on influences ranging from Brooks and Dunn, The Eagles, to classic country, Derringer combines familiar sounds to create a style that is all their own.

To hear a few short clips of their music, please head to the band's website at:

http://derringerlive.com

 

 

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Nov
4
10:00pm10:00pm

National Recording Artist Roger Creager

GJ get ready for some Texas Country when Roger and the boys hit the Jim Beam Stage Nov. 4th.  Tickets go on sale Oct. 1

GJ get ready for some Texas Country when Roger and the boys hit the Jim Beam Stage Nov. 4th.  Tickets go on sale Oct. 1

Roger Creager is an adventurist; he does not like to sit still while the world passes by. Whether it’s climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, jumping off his boat to snorkel with wild dolphins, snow skiing in the Rockies, catching tuna 100 miles from shore, piloting his airplane to far-off concerts, spear-fishing around oil rigs, scuba diving coral reefs, surfing in Costa Rica, or playing music through the Italian countryside, he tries to get the most out of what the world has to offer. All of this finds its way into Roger’s music and live shows. His passion for life invigorates everyone around him including his fan base. Those who get hooked on his charisma and high energy come back show after show, year after year, and record after record.

Roger is very fortunate that his music career allows him this lifestyle. But he gives it back by putting his life experiences and his infectious high energy and zeal for adventure right back into his songwriting and performances. Creager may travel the world, but he never strays far from his small-town South Texas roots and his music encompasses all of him.

The new EP “Gulf Coast Time” is certainly a slice out of Creager life. Roger grew up outside of Corpus Christi and has always maintained a love of saltwater. Whether he’s happy, sad, bored, or just in need of inspiration, you can bet this artist will be somewhere breathing sea air.

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Jeremy McComb BACK TO BACK NIGHTS!
Nov
10
9:00pm 9:00pm

Jeremy McComb BACK TO BACK NIGHTS!

Jeremy McComb a name you should know, a SHOW you shouldn't miss!

Jeremy McComb a name you should know, a SHOW you shouldn't miss!

After tour managing the biggest comedy tour in the country ( Larry the Cable guy/Blue Collar Comedy Tour ) writing movie soundtracks  (one of which was nominated for a grammy) and songs that have appeared on projects selling over 6 million units:  including 3 Nationally Charting Hits  “ Wagon Wheel “, “ This Town Needs a bar ” & “ Cold ” on Billboard .

McComb is a performer who has seen it all.

While spending time with major & major independent record deals, appearing on bills with: Sugarland, Trace Adkins, Montgomery Gentry & many others.  His first album was released to critical acclaim; “My Side of Town” was picked by People Magazine as “Nine stars to Watch”, received countless 4+ star reviews, including “Country Weekly” who called it “one of the years most encouraging albums .

McCombs next release  “LEAP & The net will appear”   was  self produced  / independently released and spawned a 2012 summertime Hit single  “Easy as Breathin”  Co-written by Jeremy and (Meghan Trainor Producer & Grammy Nominee) Kevin Kadish.  

 McComb is back in 2016 in a big way,  a New Multi-Year Tour Sponsor: Caribbean’s Finest Rum and endorsement deals with EPIPHONE Guitars & SHURE Pro Audio-

Along with being included last year on an exclusive deal with WALMART  featuring Tim Mcgraw, Lee Brice, Josh Thompson, Rodney Atkins and Jeremy’s  “LOVE SONG”   

(which brought national airplay and garnered some of the biggest sales numbers in Jeremy’s career.)

 Jeremy’s new album “FM” produced by Grammy Winner Jamie Tate in Nashville hit ITUNES as a self Release January 1st 2016 and quickly Garnered OVER 1 Million Streams

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Nov
11
8:00pm 8:00pm

Jeremy McComb

National recording artist Jermey McComb will be back on the Jim Beam Stage for a can't miss night of Music and yes I'm sure a little comedy! 

National recording artist Jermey McComb will be back on the Jim Beam Stage for a can't miss night of Music and yes I'm sure a little comedy! 

After tour managing the biggest comedy tour in the country ( Larry the Cable guy / Blue Collar Comedy Tour )

Writing songs for movie soundtracks (one of which was nominated for a grammy)

and  other projects topping 6 million + in sales along with releaseing including 3 Nationally Charting singles: “ Wagon Wheel “, “ This Town Needs a bar ” & “ Cold ” .

McComb is a performer who has seen it all.

While spending time with major & major independent record deals, Now enjoys his success as a fiercely Independent entertainer.

“My Side of Town” was picked by People Magazine as “Nine stars to Watch”, received countless 4+ star reviews including “Country Weekly” who called it “one of the years most encouraging albums” .

McCombs next release “LEAP & The net will appear” was self produced / independently released and spawned a 2012 summertime single “Easy as Breathin” Co-written by Jeremy and (Meghan Trainor Producer & Grammy Nominee) Kevin Kadish.

2016 / 2017 have marked  major career milestones for McComb, Partnered with Caribbean’s Finest Rum to promote the new brand roll out nationwide, along with artist deals with:

Branded Bills Hats, TV Jones Guitars, Shure Pro Audio, and Grace Design Pro-audio.

He was also included on an exclusive album release with WALMART .

Jeremy’s 2016 album “FM” produced by Grammy Winner Jamie Tate in Nashville. It hit the streets January 1st, 2016. With early support from ITUNES it was featured on the FRONT PAGE of the Music Giant’s “New & Noteworthy” and has since racked up OVER 1.1 Million Streams!

McComb in 2017 recording a Live record to capture the essence of his new unique acoustic tour. “TroubleMaker LIVE!” was recorded in March and will be released summer of 2017.

This Year Jeremy will spend 220+ days (160 + Shows) on the road to a rabid fanbase across the country. When not touring he enjoys spending time with his wife Kourtney Hansen who plays “Emily” on the Hit TV show “Nashville” and his kids Kennady & Knox.

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Nov
11
10:00pm10:00pm

Kimberly Dunn

Tickets available online at monumentalevents.com, by calling 800-626-8497, or in person at the Monumental Events Box Office at the Avalon Theatre (7th & Main Street in Downtown Grand Junction) 12pm to 8pm Monday through Saturday. 

Don't miss this high energy show with National Recording Artist Kimberly Dunn Saturday Nov. 11th

Don't miss this high energy show with National Recording Artist Kimberly Dunn Saturday Nov. 11th

The first thing that gets you about country singer Kimberly Dunn is her friendly and spunky personality. Then, when she starts strumming her guitar and singing in a country voice both tender and powerful, you’re hooked.

That’s what happened to Scott Willson and Will Harrison of Up and Out Artists in November 2010. The managers met San Antonio native Dunn backstage at a Battle of the Bands contest at Texas A&M, where Dunn was a senior.

“We had a great talk about music,” says Dunn, who had played alto sax in the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, but longed for a career singing her own songs. Harrison remembers thinking that “if her music has as much charisma as she does personally, she’ll really have something.”

The only solo acoustic contestant out of 30 acts in the Battle, Dunn walked onstage with confidence, kicked off her high heels with a laugh and started into a guitar riff, as she stomped out a rhythm on the stage’s hollow floor. It was only her fourth live performance as a singer-songwriter (the first three were the preliminary rounds) and yet Dunn had an instant hold on the audience. She ended up winning the contest.

“…KIMBERLY IS SO MUCH FUN, SUCH A FORCE OF NATURE. PEOPLE WANT TO BE AROUND HER.”

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Nov
17
8:30pm 8:30pm

Jeff Keele Band

Jeff Keele Band set to hit the Jim Beam Stage for the 1st time!  

Jeff Keele Band set to hit the Jim Beam Stage for the 1st time!  

The Jeff Keele Band, is a Country based band that comes to you from Price, Utah. With New Age, as well as Classic Country and also a smattering of Classic Rock & Roll & Original Material, there is a little bit for one and all in these Set Lists.

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Oxymorons
Dec
1
7:00pm 7:00pm

Oxymorons

The hardest working band in the business hits the Jim Beam Main Stage Friday June 16th for a can't miss night.  These local favorites always bring a great crowd and a full dance floor.  So get here early and stay late for a great night of live music at the Warehouse 25 sixty-five!

Don't miss the Oxymorons on the Jim Beam big stage! 

Don't miss the Oxymorons on the Jim Beam big stage! 

We are an eclectic group that specializes in classic rock with 80's hits, newer songs and a dash of Irish. 

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Dec
2
8:30pm 8:30pm

Jeff Keele Band

Grand Junction come get a little western with Jeff and the boys from Price, UT! 

Grand Junction come get a little western with Jeff and the boys from Price, UT! 

The Jeff Keele Band, is a Country based band that comes to you from Price, Utah. With New Age, as well as Classic Country and also a smattering of Classic Rock & Roll & Original Material, there is a little bit for one and all in these Set Lists.

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Jan
12
8:30pm 8:30pm

ZOLOPHT

ZOLOPHT set to hit the Jim Beam Stage for the 1st time!

ZOLOPHT set to hit the Jim Beam Stage for the 1st time!

Funk.  Rock.  Reggae. 

Established in 2009, Zolopht has become a premier act in the Colorado music scene. Loosely described as psychedelic reggae-rock, Zolopht has an entirely unique sound that is as catchy as it is progressive. Lovingly crafted music and rigorous touring has provided the band diehard fans around the country and beyond. Zolopht has shared the stage with artists such as: The Wailers, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Dirty Heads, Jeff Coffin, Sam Bush, and Eric Krasno. With two full-length studio efforts (pH-Balanced/Flexor*) under their belt and a third on the way, Zolopht has gained an unstoppable momentum.

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Jan
19
9:30pm 9:30pm

Jake Worthington

Jake Worthington back on the W2565 stage!  A can't miss night of good ol country music!  Make sure to buy your table Jan. 1st ticket go on sale.

Jake Worthington back on the W2565 stage!  A can't miss night of good ol country music!  Make sure to buy your table Jan. 1st ticket go on sale.

In 2014, Jake Worthington was named "Runner-Up" on Season 6 of the hit NBC TV Show "The Voice". While on the show Jake released 3 songs that reached top 20 on Billboard.  Success from “The Voice” led to a Social Media presence that reaches nearly 250,000 people across the US.

In October 2015 Jake released his first EP debuting at #16 Billboard Heat Seekers and #44 Billboard Country Albums. The first single off the EP “Just Keep Falling In Love” reached Top 50 on The Music Row Chart and Top 30 on The Texas Regional Radio Report. The Music Videowas featured on GAC, CMT and many other outlets.

In the summer of 2016, he released his follow-up single “How Do You Honky Tonk” and hit the road on the “How Do You Honky Tonk” Summer Tour sponsored by Amspec, Cinch Jeans and Ernie Ball. The tour featured 26 stops in 16 states.

Jake recently released his sophomore EP featuring his #1 Single “A Lot of Room to Talk”. The EP debuted Top 10 on iTunes Country Albums Charts.

2017 Touring Highlights, 100+ Performances in 25+ States, 25+ County and State Fair Performances, Country Fest in Cadott, WI, Texas Country Music Cruise, 3rd time to rock the Warehouse 2565 in Grand Junction, CO! 

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Feb
2
10:00pm10:00pm

Curtis Grimes

Curtis Grimes set to hit the Jim Beam Stage Friday Feb 2!  Tickets go on Sale Jan. 1st

Curtis Grimes set to hit the Jim Beam Stage Friday Feb 2!  Tickets go on Sale Jan. 1st

To hear Curtis Grimes sing is to take a trip through the heart of country music. A Texas native, Grimes was raised on a steady diet of George Strait and Alan Jackson, and he possesses the everyman charm of both his heroes; along with a refreshingly mature voice that truly stands out. After a successful career as a collegiate baseball player in 2011 Grimes was given a chance to appear on a new reality TV show called “The Voice” airing on NBC. Having nothing to lose he auditioned for the show and ended up finishing in the top 10 under Coach Ceelo Green (no, not Blake Shelton).

Following success from the show, Grimes hit the ground running releasing new music and performing shows all across Texas and other states in the region. In 2014, Grimes and his hit single “Home to Me” was picked up by national salon chain “Supercuts” and placed in the mainstream spotlight. Not only was the song featured but Grimes got the chance to put on his acting boots and star in the National Campaign. That same year Grimes started to see the hard work pay off when he was awarded “New Male Vocalist of the Year” at The Annual Texas Regional Radio Award Show.

Fast forward to 2016, Grimes now has a handful of #1 songs under his belt and has played hundreds of shows across the US. His most recent album “Undeniably Country” was released in November of 2016 and debuted at #16 on Billboard Heatseekers.

Fresh off his 5th #1 Single, 2017 is shaping out to be a great year for Curtis Grimes! Stay tuned!!

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Sep
23
9:30pm 9:30pm

A.J. Fullerton Trio with special guest Bicycle Annie

A.J. Fullerton trio set to bring his rockin blues to the Jim Beam Stage for a great night of good ol fashion Blues! 

A.J. Fullerton trio set to bring his rockin blues to the Jim Beam Stage for a great night of good ol fashion Blues! 

A.J. Fullerton is an award-winning Progessive-Roots singer, songwriter and guitarist raised in Western Colorado. A.J. is a multifaceted entertainer, touring the Continental U.S. full time as a solo artist, a duo/trio, & in full band arrangements. At only 22 years old, A.J. has quickly gained wide acclaim in Colorado, as well as out of state, as one of the hottest rising young talents on the scene.

ACCOLADES:

*Colorado Blues Society*  2016  I.B.C. [Solo/Duo] Winner*

COLORADO BLUES SOCIETY (C.B.S.) MEMBERS CHOICE AWARDS:

  • Best Slide Guitar (2016)
  • Best Acoustic Act (2016)
  • Best Young Performer (2016)
  • Best Solo/Duo Act [A.J. Fullerton ft. Nic Clark] (2016)
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Sep
23
8:00pm 8:00pm

Cousin Curtiss

Cousin Curtiss set to rock the Jim Beam Stage for a can't miss fun night of Live Music! 

Cousin Curtiss set to rock the Jim Beam Stage for a can't miss fun night of Live Music! 

John Butler meets John Popper meets Keller Williams. Cousin Curtiss combines the picking style, soul, and energy of John Butler, the incendiary harmonica style of John Popper, and the multi-instrumentalist-live-looping talents of Keller Williams. Cousin Curtiss’s life and music has been featured by Business Insider, MSN, Fox News, USA Today, Cosmopolitan Magazine, and Daily Mail UK

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Sep
22
8:00pm 8:00pm

Cousin Curtiss back on the Jim Beam Stage

Cousin Curtiss is a one man band that you have to see this Friday Night at the W! 

Cousin Curtiss is a one man band that you have to see this Friday Night at the W! 

Cousin Curtiss is a multitalented artist who excels in high energy performances blending Americana, Blues, Quasi-Electronica, and Root-Stomp sounds. His lyrics often tell a straightforward story, driven with aggressive finger picked guitar melodies, rapid fire John Popper-esque harmonica solos, and a bassy backbone via his self-made stomp box. Using a looping pedal, Cousin Curtiss artfully layers each of his instruments to create a one man band sound. Listeners describe Cousin Curtiss's sound as a blend of Keller Williams, Dave Matthews Band, Black Keys, and Mumford and Sons.

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Sep
8
9:50pm 9:50pm

Ty Herndon

Tickets available online at monumentalevents.com, by calling 800-626-8497, or in person at the Monumental Events Box Office at the Avalon Theatre (7th & Main Street in Downtown Grand Junction) 12pm to 8pm Monday through Saturday. 

Ty Herndon set to hit the Jim Beam Stage!  

Ty Herndon set to hit the Jim Beam Stage!  

Ty Herndon is a master of the ties that bind. The Grammy-nominated and Dove award-winning recording artist has the ability to connect with an audience far beyond his onstage performance.

Herndon has a passion and commitment to his music that continues to play out in his lyrics. “If I haven’t lived it, I haven’t sung it” as Herndon says. With a career spanning two decades, 20 Billboard charted singles and over five million albums sold, Herndon shows no signs of slowing down.

Raised in Butler, Alabama, Herndon has been a professional entertainer since his teenage years. At age 17, he performed at OPRYLAND USA as a cast member of “Today’s Country Roads.” He went on to be a finalist in the first season of the now iconic television series, “Star Search” and was a winner in the male-vocalist category.  This accolade led to appearances on numerous television shows and commercials.

As a live performer, he gained popularity while playing honky-tonks in Texas, and in 1993 he was named Texas Entertainer of the Year.  That honor led to interest from Music Row and a record deal with Epic Records. Herndon made his chart debut in 1995 with “What Mattered Most,” which became his first No. 1 song and garnered a Song of the Year award (Music Row Magazine). It was also the title track to his debut album, which debuted on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and had the biggest first-week shipment in the history of Epic Records’ Nashville.

Between 1995 and 2002, Herndon charted 17 singles, including his three No.1s and numerous top 10 hits, such as “I Want My Goodbye Back,” “Loved Too Much,” “A Man Holding On,” and “Hands of a Working Man.” He topped the charts in 1996 with the single “Living in a Moment” and again in 1998 with “It Must Be Love.”

In 2010, Herndon released his album, Journey On. The album was heralded as the most personal project of Herndon’s career, due in large part to the fact that the project represented his first foray into songwriting. The songs reflected the personal challenges and struggles Herndon faced and conquered, and delivered on the promise of hope and new beginnings. The album received critical acclaim and earned him a Grammy nomination and his first Dove award.

Returning to his roots in country music and demonstrating his growth as an artist, Herndon released Lies I Told Myself in 2013. With the album, he found a new platform for bonding with fans. He invited the public to participate in his album launch via a well-publicized Kickstarter campaign that allowed fan investors to be involved both financially and emotionally. The end result was a testimony to Herndon’s affinity for connection; devotees more than doubled the original funding goal.

In November of 2014, Ty Herndon became the first major male country artist to publicly come out as gay. Shortly after, he made history when he hosted the first-of- its-kind country music event, titled The Concert for Love and Acceptance. The event, designed to bring attention and support to at-risk youth and acceptance, received national attention from Boston Globe, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Tonight, People Magazine and more. Herndon received an outpouring of support that only strengthened his relationship with fans. Using his celebrity influence for the better good, Herndon is in the planning stages of a new coalition called RALY, (Rescue A Life Y’all) to help save lives and raise awareness for those with addiction or identity issues. A philanthropist at heart, Herndon has also donated his time to organizations such as the Trevor Project, Make A Wish, St. Jude, GLAAD, HRC and Feed the Children.

One of his most recent acts of giving back was lending his vocals on the tribute track, “Hands.” The single, released through Interscope Records in conjunction with GLAAD, is a musical tribute to the victims of the recent shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Herndon was among a star-studded list of artists, including Mary J. Blige, Jason Derulo, Selena Gomez, Imagine Dragons, Jennifer Lopez, Kacey Musgraves, P!nk, Britney Spears, Gwen Stefani, Meghan Trainer and more, voicing support for the LGBT community in the original song. Proceeds from the track benefit Equality Florida Pulse Victims Fund, the LGBT Community Center of Central Florida, and GLAAD.

Now Herndon is ready to release his latest and most ambitious album to date.
House On Fire is a collection of 12 new contemporary songs, co-produced by Herndon and Erik Halbig, with Drew Davis joining as co-producer on six of the songs.  Herndon also co-wrote seven of the 12 songs. Track by track, Herndon has made some of the most engaging, meaningful and fulfilling music of his career.  Featuring Herndon’s powerful trademark vocals, the new album is already receiving critical accolades from the Nashville music community and showcases a deeper, greater strength from a man who has been there and back and has lived to tell about it. House on Fire is the next evolution of Ty Herndon.

Herndon recently debuted songs from the album to enthusiastic fans in London as the headliner for the Nashville Meets London festival, an appearance that led to international radio airplay and expansive media coverage.

Most recently, Herndon announced his recent signing with BFD, which is distributed through Sony/RED Distribution. The signing marks his return to the Sony family, where he made his chart-topping debut in the mid-90s. Herndon will release his much-anticipated, full-length album House On Fire on Nov. 11, with pre-order starting Oct 14.

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Sep
7
8:00pm 8:00pm

All My Brothers Band

The Boys ready to rock the Jim Beam Stage!  Get ready for a great night of classic rock, rockin country and some good ol Eagles tunes just for fun!  Back to Back nights only at the Warehouse 2565, your place for the best live music in town! 

The Boys ready to rock the Jim Beam Stage!  Get ready for a great night of classic rock, rockin country and some good ol Eagles tunes just for fun!  Back to Back nights only at the Warehouse 2565, your place for the best live music in town! 

THE BOYS

In the words of Tom Petty, "The Drummer is The most important member of any group,” and Jimmy Williamson holds true to that thought right down to the bone. He’s as solid as a rock.

Jimmy Boy (as he's fondly been dubbed) studied the drums formally while growing up, and his father was a huge musical inspiration, surrounding him with people like Nat King Cole, Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra and more!!

Working with acts like Toto, REO, Stevie Nicks, Robben Ford, Joe Sample and Lee Ritenour, he saw how it was done on the highest of levels, and now he finally gets to put all his knowledge into action on his own behalf, and of course, ... all while living the dream.

Darrel is our voice crafting expert.  He can change his voice about as fast as Don Rickles or Billy Crystal… (Even though he thinks he’s Tommy Smothers.)  It doesn’t hurt that his family was touring all across the Midwest doing Gospel concerts all before he was even a teenager.   No sir, it didn’t hurt at all. 

When he first heard The Beatles in 1964, he knew what he wanted to do and as well, the moment he first heard the Eagles, he knew the sound he wanted.  That’s all she wrote. That was it for him. The whole enchilada.

He has been involved in many musical efforts through the years (no name dropping), but none have been as fun as playing and singing the songs of the Eagles for Eagle fans!

We call him Scout Master as he’s an avid fisherman and explorer, but what truly makes him happy is the interaction with the fans….. Playing Eagles music comes from much love and respect for their songwriting...Truly..

Chris is our Piano, Orchestra, Guitar and Banjo Player who even plays a little Sax! He’s our resident wild man, and when he’s not out on the road, he keeps busy as a Location Chef in the TV & Film Industry.

Classically trained on the piano from very early childhood, he’s played and toured in various bands including The Regulators, Alligator Stew, Wyldsky, Kelli & The ShadowMen, and his rock’n’roll life started somewhere on the Sunset Strip back in the early 80’s. Some of the awards he's won are Best Keyboard Player 2004 in the AAMA Awards, & Video of the Year 2004.

He has as well been in direct support bands for acts such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers, Motley Crue, Blue Oyster Cult, The Guess Who, Great White, Poison, Delbert McClinton, Rare Earth, Ted Nugent, Marshall Tucker Band, & many more...

You can find Chris anytime on his website: christurbis.com

Craig’s our “Rock Star” on the right. He started his professional touring career in his early 20’s, and has played on hit records with some serious cats.  Little Steve Wonder, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, The Spinners, Roger Miller, Glen Campbell, and the Beach Boys just to name a few!

Watch him play and you’ll quickly realize why he’s been an “in the hunt” musician for a long long time. Currently, Craig runs a recording studio in Los Angeles, and is still keeping busy making records.

  Jerry has paid his dues, and has worked his way up to playing at this level. As Chris Turbis and Jimmy Williamson put it, "Jerry is one of those players that wouldn't have lasted 10 minutes in LA without gettin' the call. Fortunately for us, he spent his early playing days in Colorado where he wasn't as noticed as he would've been in a major market."

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Robin Lore
Sep
1
8:00pm 8:00pm

Robin Lore

Robin Lore... Winner of the Orange County Music Award for Best Live Female Performer set to Hit the Jim Beam Big Stage Friday September 1!

Robin Lore... Winner of the Orange County Music Award for Best Live Female Performer set to Hit the Jim Beam Big Stage Friday September 1!

Winner of the 2008 Orange County Music Awards Best Live Female performer. Robin has been playing music since she was a toddler. Starting out as drummer, she worked her way to the front of the band, exactly where she belongs, playing guitar and singing her brains out. Her voice is unique, almost haunting at times and her lyrics are both thought provoking and insightful. 
 She grew up in NY, moved to MA. in 1992 where she got into a few bands as a drummer. She started playing guitar and writing music about 7 years ago and has been very well received throughout NY, New England, TN., AZ. and California. Nominated for the Best Folk Artist in 2004, she continued to grab a nomination each year from the Orange County, Southern California and Inland Empire Music Awards. From Best Folk to Best Female Artist to Best Live Performer, She's been nominated for them all and this year took home the award for Best Live Performer. In 2006 she was September's Indie Artist of the month in Los Angeles. Her song, Dear Diary, had an honorable mention twice for VH 1's Song of the year award and her CD of the same name was nominated by All Access Magazine as Best CD of the Year. 
Robin has written for herself as well as for ERA productions in LA and a band or 2 in MA. Her style is as unique as her voice and her lyrics tell a story all can relate to.
She can now be seen Dallas/Fort Worth, TX., in and around LA and Orange County, CA.,Phoenix, Az., TN. and up and down the east coast playing solo as well as with a band. Recently she has been seen in Phoenix opening up for Ani Difranco and has just released her newest CD, FICKLE GIRL, which was recorded at True Tones Studio in Nashville, TN. and promises to shoot this artist to the top. Right where she belongs!

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Aug
26
8:30pm 8:30pm

Grass Roots Revival

Grass Roots Revival set for a Saturday Night Live at the Warehouse!

Grass Roots Revival set for a Saturday Night Live at the Warehouse!

 ELVIE SHANE

Elvie Shane was born on a Sunday in Leitchfield Kentucky the 22nd of May 1988. The Following Sunday his mother would have him held tightly in her arms alongside a hymnal at Walnut Grove Missionary Baptist Church. It was in that small country church house where he would first be introduced to music and the magic that it holds.

After long Sunday mornings of hymnals, testimonies, and sermons it was a short trip back home. This is where his Father would be outside no doubt, with his head under the hood of some old ford. The open windows of said ford would be pouring out tunes from such artist as CCR, Lynard Skynard, Otis Redding, The Temptations, and Steve Earle.  Quite a combination and one He would learn to love and grow from.

Just as Gospel came before Rock’n’Roll in his introduction to music it would play the same roll in his first step towards being a Singer himself.  It was upon visiting a General Baptist Revival that a young man with a band would hear him sing and approach him to sing in his Rock band that had recently lost a singer. The offer was obliged and Elvie met the following Sunday to practice and learn 11 Songs for his first show that Saturday. The intense week of practice went as scheduled and that weekend Elvie Shane spent his first 45 Minutes on stage. While in this band he would write his first song and continue to write this day.

The days of after school practices have long since passed for Elvie Shane but he has continued to pursue a solo career. He was blessed with the opportunity to compete in the final season of a 15 year running talent show “American Idol” and and be a featured contestant.  Though he was eliminated before finals he is determined to become successful.

Elvie Shane is Gospel born and Southern Rock bred, a little Country Blues mixed with a whole lot of Soul. It is for the Love of Music, the Crowd, and the Story to be told that he performs.

RUSSELL SUTTON

Russell Sutton was born and raised in Austin, Tx. Living in the live music capital of the world, coupled with parents that were both musicians, he was influenced by everything from Jesus to Jones. Throughout his childhood and into college, you would have been hard pressed to find him without a guitar in his hand singing songs for people. After graduating from Texas A&M University, it didn't take him long to realize that it was time to cash in his chips and move to Nashville to pursue his dream of writing songs and singing them to crowds.

Shortly after moving to Nashville, Russell was writing songs full time for a number of artists working on solo projects. In walks Elvie Shane.

Russell says that From the moment he heard their voices blend together, he was hoooked.

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Aug
25
10:00pm10:00pm

Kasey Williams

Kasey Williams set to hit the Jim Beam Stage!

Kasey Williams set to hit the Jim Beam Stage!

Hi! My name is Kasey. I am a New York based actress and a singer-songwiter.  I was born and raised in East Tennessee. I love tacos, margaritas, traveling, family and well, a lot of other things. I am happy that you are here to find out about my life as a performer. Thank you for your interest!

I am thrilled to announce the release of my DEBUT EP!! What a whirlwind of emotions THAT was! (excited, scared, stressed, anxious, giddy, but mostly PROUD!) When I moved to New York to pursue acting I had no idea that creating music was in my future, but I am very happy to find out that it was.  The songs on this album are little snapshots of emotions I have felt over the past few years. They touch on love, loss and what goes on in my head when I am waitressing ;) Each song has a special meaning to me and I am looking forward to sharing this EP with you. I hope you will check it out!

A little background on my life as an actress...

After getting a "real degree" in Tennessee I decided come to New York City and start my career as an actress. I started with getting some great training at The Actors Center (Now The Studio/New York) and Upright Citizens Brigade. I soon joined theater companies around the city and eventually became co-founder of (Re:) Directions Theatre Company. Starting a theater company taught me a lot about the amount of time and money that goes in to producing theater. It also offered me the opportunity to originate a few roles such as the role of Sedona in Steve Ives, "Bordertown." I have moved on from that endeavor, but will be forever grateful for the time I was involved. 

I have since starred in a number of indie films and had the opportunity to work with some amazing directors such as Marc Fratto (Hell Fire), Chris Notarlie (Perfect: Android Rising) and Michael Angelo (Reflecting Adrienne). I love making movies!! It's so much fun to see the final product and know about what went on 'behind the scenes' :)

I have to say that as a performer, I want to be fearless. Whether that means digging a little deeper to write a song with meaning, or putting on my best demon-possessed hooker face. I like a challenge, and I hope that my work will inspire, evoke some sort of emotion and allow me to connect with others. 


What's Next? (other than starring in Andy Samberg's next music video an playing Paul Rudd's love interest in his next flick?) 

Like I said in the beginning...I love tacos and margaritas. So much so that I wrote a rap about it. And I am pretty sure that that rap needs a video. 'Tacos, Tacos yeah!"  

If you wanna stay in the loop you should join my email list! I won't bug you too much and you are probably gonna wanna hear this rap. #justsaying

Thanks for stopping by and for your support always! 

xo
Kasey

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Aug
25
9:00pm 9:00pm

Carrie Welling

Carrie set to rock the Jim Beam Stage tonight!

Carrie set to rock the Jim Beam Stage tonight!

No stranger to change or the journey that comes with it, Carrie Welling has been behind the wheel of her musical experience from a young age. The newly minted indie pop songstress has carved a remarkable path of sound and story, with all roads leading to her recent rebirth as a solo artist in Nashville, TN. Her bold, rich voice, reminiscent of Natalie Maines and Stevie Nicks, is upstaged only by the genuine love and confidence this natural performer exudes on stage.  

Melodies rich in country roots, paired with edgy rock lyrics drenched in Welling’s city-bred past are stunningly showcased in “The Edge,” Welling’s latest EP, produced by Dave Pittenger and crowd-funded through independent artist ambassador, Pledge Music. From the arena-pleasing, empowering track, “How To Lose Him,” to the vulnerably honest, “Some Kind of Vulture,” fans of all ages and musical tastes will find a piece of themselves in Welling’s work.

Following a successful New York and Nashville EP release, Welling embarked on the Welling & Williams Tour, hitting cities along the Southeast, Northeast, Mid-West and California Coast. Sign Carrie's e-mail list for the latest news and releases. 

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Aug
24
7:00pm 7:00pm

Grass Roots Revival set for 2 shows at the Warehouse

Grass Roots Revival set to put on 2 night of great live music!  

Grass Roots Revival set to put on 2 night of great live music!  

ELVIE SHANE

Elvie Shane was born on a Sunday in Leitchfield Kentucky the 22nd of May 1988. The Following Sunday his mother would have him held tightly in her arms alongside a hymnal at Walnut Grove Missionary Baptist Church. It was in that small country church house where he would first be introduced to music and the magic that it holds.

After long Sunday mornings of hymnals, testimonies, and sermons it was a short trip back home. This is where his Father would be outside no doubt, with his head under the hood of some old ford. The open windows of said ford would be pouring out tunes from such artist as CCR, Lynard Skynard, Otis Redding, The Temptations, and Steve Earle.  Quite a combination and one He would learn to love and grow from.

Just as Gospel came before Rock’n’Roll in his introduction to music it would play the same roll in his first step towards being a Singer himself.  It was upon visiting a General Baptist Revival that a young man with a band would hear him sing and approach him to sing in his Rock band that had recently lost a singer. The offer was obliged and Elvie met the following Sunday to practice and learn 11 Songs for his first show that Saturday. The intense week of practice went as scheduled and that weekend Elvie Shane spent his first 45 Minutes on stage. While in this band he would write his first song and continue to write this day.

The days of after school practices have long since passed for Elvie Shane but he has continued to pursue a solo career. He was blessed with the opportunity to compete in the final season of a 15 year running talent show “American Idol” and and be a featured contestant.  Though he was eliminated before finals he is determined to become successful.

Elvie Shane is Gospel born and Southern Rock bred, a little Country Blues mixed with a whole lot of Soul. It is for the Love of Music, the Crowd, and the Story to be told that he performs.

RUSSELL SUTTON

Russell Sutton was born and raised in Austin, Tx. Living in the live music capital of the world, coupled with parents that were both musicians, he was influenced by everything from Jesus to Jones. Throughout his childhood and into college, you would have been hard pressed to find him without a guitar in his hand singing songs for people. After graduating from Texas A&M University, it didn't take him long to realize that it was time to cash in his chips and move to Nashville to pursue his dream of writing songs and singing them to crowds.

Shortly after moving to Nashville, Russell was writing songs full time for a number of artists working on solo projects. In walks Elvie Shane.

Russell says that From the moment he heard their voices blend together, he was hoooked.

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Josh Gracin
Aug
19
9:00pm 9:00pm

Josh Gracin

Tickets priced $15-$150. Prices increase at the door. Tickets available online at monumentalevents.com, by calling 800-626-8497, or in person at the Monumental Events Box Office located at the Avalon Theatre (7th & Main Street in Downtown Grand Junction) 12pm to 8pm Monday through Saturday. 

"JoshGracin (born October 18, 1980) is an American country music singer. A former member of the United States Marine Corps, he first gained public attention as the fourth-place finalist on the second season of the Fox Network talent competition American Idol.[1]

After his elimination from the show, Gracin completed his service in the Marine Corps, and after his honorable discharge, he signed a record deal with Lyric Street Records. His self-titled debut album was released in 2004. It produced a number one hit, "Nothin' to Lose", and two more top five hits on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts, and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. His second album, We Weren't Crazy, followed in 2008. This album produced five more chart singles, including a top ten in its title track. After signing with Average Joe's in 2010 with "Cover Girl," he later reemerged with Private Label Studios in 2013, with his single, "Drink it Gone."

Country Star Josh Gracin to hit the Warehouse Stage August 19th

Josh Gracin to rock the W2565 Stage!  

Josh Gracin to rock the W2565 Stage!  

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Aug
12
9:00pm 9:00pm

Charley Jenkins

Tickets priced $8-$80 (+fees). Prices increase at the door. Tickets available online at monumentalevents.com, by calling 800-626-8497, or in person at the Monumental Events Box Office located at the Avalon Theatre (7th & Main Street in Downtown Grand Junction) 12pm to 8pm Monday through Saturday. 

Biography: (courtesy of charleyjenkins.com)

“Born country?” Exactly!!! Charley Jenkins has country roots that run deep. He was raised on a farm in Eastern Utah where he learned how to rope, ride and work hard. Life on the Jenkins farm revolved around cows, horses and of course rodeo. Country music is all about a real cowboy’s life like Charley’s. “Country is who and what I am. It is only natural for me to sing the songs that I love and relate to.”

Charley’s first album, Greatest Hours was written and produced by Charley with the help of his friend, Jordan Allen. With the success of this album and some personal advice from George Strait, Charley decided to push his career to a new level.

In the summer of 2001, Charley loaded up his truck with everything he owned and headed off to Nashville, Tennessee. It didn’t take him long to get his foot in the door in the country music industry. Charley was soon working on Music Row for a song writing publishing company. It was here that Charley learned the “ins and outs” of the country business. He became personal friends with a number of Nashville “greats.”

Out of 45,000 contestants Charley was a top 12 finalist on NBC’s hit show, Nashville Star. He has also appeared on the Today Show and has opened up for over 30 national acts including Lady Antebellum, LeAnn Rimes, Alan Jackson, Lonestar, Montgomery Gentry, Kellie Pickler, Taylor Swift, Josh Turner and many others.

Charley has sung country music for tens of thousands. He has an unusual ability to customize his show to fit the personality of any crowd. Dan Truman of Diamond Rio says this, “Charley Jenkins’. He’s great! He’s real, and he’s full of energy and passion.” That’s what Charley is all about.

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Aug
11
8:00pm 8:00pm

Caleb Dean Band

Caleb Dean Band set to get you country dancing all night long!  

Caleb Dean Band set to get you country dancing all night long!  

Dust off the boots and hat and get on down to the Jim Beam Stage and listen to some of the best ol country music around with Caleb Dean and the boys from up valley!  Caleb hits the stage at 8 PM sharp! 

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Aug
10
9:00pm 9:00pm

The Cadillac Three

Tickets priced $10-$150. Prices increase at the door. Tickets available online at monumentalevents.com, by calling 800-626-8497, or in person at the Monumental Events Box Office located at the Avalon Theatre (7th & Main Street in Downtown Grand Junction) 12pm to 8pm Monday through Saturday. 

The Cadillac Three, originally known as The Cadillac Black, is an American Southern Rock group consisting of Jaren Johnston, Kelby Ray and Neil Mason.

Singer-guitarist Jaren Johnston, drummer Neil Mason and lap-steel player Kelby Ray have known one another since they were teens and have been sharing stages together for nearly 15 years. This summer, they'll headline their hometown's most famous venue, the Ryman Auditorium, just a few blocks from where Johnston and Ray sat in high-school math class daydreaming about one day playing the legendary hall. Johnston's connection to the Ryman goes back even further: his father has been a drummer at the Grand Ole Opry since Jaren was a child. And now he has a son of his own, who, like his old man, will be well-versed in all the sounds that make up both Music City and The Cadillac Three, from country and blues to rock & roll.

Honesty, or authenticity, is a favorite buzzword around Nashville. But few artists come to it as naturally as The Cadillac Three. These guys couldn't fake it if they tried.

When The Cadillac Three hits the Jim Beam Stage at Warehouse2565 on August 10th you won't want to miss out!

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Oxymorons
Aug
4
7:00pm 7:00pm

Oxymorons

The favorite local band is back on the Jim Beam Main Stage!  The Oxymorons fill the room and the dance floor all night long, so get here early and stay late.  

Take the Jim Beam Main Stage @ 7 PM 

Take the Jim Beam Main Stage @ 7 PM 

We are an eclectic group that specializes in classic rock with 80's hits, newer songs and a dash of Irish. 

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Jul
29
8:30pm 8:30pm

Haven Effect

Haven Effect set to hit the Jim Beam Stage!  Come in a cool off with AC, cold beers, great food and live music.

Haven Effect set to hit the Jim Beam Stage!  Come in a cool off with AC, cold beers, great food and live music.

Shawn Hoyt- Vocals/ Guitars
Joe Heinecke- Vocals/ Guitars
Luke Jorgenson- Bass
Aaron Seibert- Drums/ Percussion
Damien Watts-Sound Engineer/Gear Manager
Terry Milano- Stage Crew/ Merchandise Manager

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Jul
23
8:00pm 8:00pm

Vandoliers to rock a Sunday FUN Day - $5 Burgers and $2 Beers!

The Vandoliers from Dallas TX to roll onto the Jim Beam Stage! 

The Vandoliers from Dallas TX to roll onto the Jim Beam Stage! 

An alt-country band with punk roots, Vandoliers formed in 2015, bringing together a group of Dallas-Fort Worth musicians who'd already logged more than a decade in their own punk and folk bands. Together, the guys make a different sound, mixing raw, rough-edged roots music with the focused, fiery storytelling of frontman Joshua Fleming.

"We wanted to approach country music from a rock perspective," says Fleming, who fills the band's debut, Ameri-Kinda, with anthems about hitting the highway, draining beer bottles, rallying against your opponents and, occasionally, dropping acid. Behind him, the guys kick up plenty of fast-moving dust, filling the songs with train beats, gang vocals, blasts of brass and bursts of guitar.

Rounded out by bassist Mark Moncrieff, drummer Guyton Sanders, fiddler Travis Curry, electric guitarist Dustin Fleming and multi-instrumentalist Cory Graves, Vandoliers pay tribute to Texas by putting their own spin on the state's musical history. Ameri-Kinda is exactly what its title suggests: a twist on a familiar sound, delivered with a wink of the eye and a bang of the head. It's twang and tattoos, grit and guitars, honky-tonk and horns, Tejano and Telecasters. It's Vandoliers. 

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Jul
23
7:00pm 7:00pm

Brigitte Demeyer & Will Kimbrough

Sunday FUNDAY set on the patio for a special Sunday treat! Brigitte Demeyer & Will Kimbrough

Sunday FUNDAY set on the patio for a special Sunday treat! Brigitte Demeyer & Will Kimbrough

Mockingbird Soul  Brigitte DeMeyer & Will Kimbrough will come through Grand Junction and put on a can't miss night of live music on the patio at the Beautiful Redlands Mesa Golf Course!   

"It's clear these two were made to sing together"  

-American Songwriter

The South is more than just a place. It’s a feeling you get when you’re sitting on the porch on a warm summer night sipping sweat tea. It’s the haunting comfort that envelops you when you drive the wooded back roads in your hometown. It’s the sound of cicadas rustling in the trees. It’s the salt, grease and love that goes into every plate of grits served. The South is everywhere, especially in the stories told by Brigitte DeMeyer’s music.

With her sixth offering, Savannah Road, DeMeyer gives the listener access to a special place in her mind. The title track is inspired by Gregg Allman’s book My Cross to Bear. The celebrated musician’s biography was DeMeyer’s companion and took her in all different, musical and emotional directions. It helped her feel connected to Georgia, the South, and in the process, connected to herself. Due out April 2014, Savannah Road intermingles acoustic steel and slide guitar, fingerpicking, gospel-tinged vocals and literary imagery. DeMeyer writes songs as weavers thread tapestries. Poetry laden with southern groove, her music transports to another place and time. A self-produced collection of 13 songs written mostly by DeMeyer and frequent collaborator and string-master Will Kimbrough, Savannah Road has been described as “gorgeous and greasy.” DeMeyer simply calls it “acoustic soul.”

DeMeyer has built a solid foundation with her first five albums, collaborating with giants of the Americana drummer/producer Brady Blade, Buddy Miller, Sam Bush, and more recently, Kimbrough—and has shown herself to have a wonderfully natural feel for soul-steeped, blues-infused roots music. The daughter of Belgian and German immigrants, she was born in the Midwest, and at a young age moved to Southern California with her family where she started latching onto rootsy sounds, from Etta James, Mavis Staples and Sly Stone, to her discovery of The Allman Brothers, Steve Earle and of course, Patti Griffin. Before embarking on the quest that brings Brigitte’s music to the main stage, she acquired a Bachelors of Arts Degree from the University of San Diego and, instead of sleeping on random couches and going the “starving artist”route, she took the road less travelled in rock and roll: She got a job. Not wanting to depend on anybody, she worked to make enough money to get her music career going, realizing that being self-sufficient was the only way to feel truly content while turning her musical dreams into a reality. Brigitte was able to pay rent and play music. Eventually, she was able to leave the marketing world behind and concentrate on her craft full-time.

With a 2010 relocation from California to Nashville, DeMeyer has gained much momentum and visibility as a performing artist, and has built strong musical partnerships through touring, writing and contributing to the community. She is a storyteller. She is the blues personified. Each lyric drips with emotion, curiosity and imagination. “There’s something sparkly about each song,” DeMeyer says about the story told by Savannah Road. “Boy’s Got Soul” is a beautiful anecdote about finding someone who possesses or moves you unexpectedly, in which she uses the term “scrapyard lullabies”(a Chris Whitley reference) over smooth, yet haunting guitar strums. “Home Ground” is a poignant, soulful adventure about finding that special place where you can be free. However, it’s “Build Me A Fire” where Brigitte’s storytelling mastery really comes to life. It’s a personal story, an ode her to the hardships her mother had to overcome during the Second World War. Besides the aforementioned standout tracks, the entire album is bursting with the same rare passion that is found on old Fleetwood Mac records. Savannah Road is teeming with elements of melancholy, longing, and most of all, each track brings its own little piece of the South. “Mother Nature is boss here,”she smiles. “And, there’s a spirit here, a vibe in the air that gets absorbed, and it goes into the music.”

“Think Swamp. Think Spooky. Think Longing. Think heat. Think Sweat. Think Post Civil War Georgia. A vintage wander searching for where you belong. With whom you belong. Nothing but stars and desire as the compass, and the encounters along the way. This is Savannah Road.” DeMeyer says. Although the songs stem from DeMeyer and Kimbrough’s musical chemistry, they are brought further to life with additional players Brady Blade, keyboardist Jimmy Wallace, guitar/mandolinist Guthrie Trapp, and bassist Chris Donohue. Also featured are the McCrary Sisters, Ricky and Micol Davis of Blue Mother Tupelo, Bassist Michael Rhodes, and Wood Brother’s Jano Rix.

If there’s one thing the listener is sure to take away from Brigitte DeMeyer’s music it’s that life is more than a destination, it’s a journey. From opening for Bob Dylan, to playing with the McCrary Sisters and Buddy Miller, to forming lifelong musical friendships with Blade and Kimbrough, the journey is far from over. With each song, each album, each tour, there is a soul-infused story to tell, and Brigitte DeMeyer is here to tell it.

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Sammy Eubanks
Jul
22
8:00pm 8:00pm

Sammy Eubanks

Sammy Eubanks set to bring his rockin BLUES to the W2565 Main Stage for a can't miss night of music!

Sammy Eubanks set to bring his rockin BLUES to the W2565 Main Stage for a can't miss night of music!

 VOTED BEST MALE VOCALIST 10 TIMES IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON!!!

Artists like BB King, Robert Cray, Little Ed and Blues Imperials, Philip Walker, Kenny Neal and anyone that plays the Blues has been honing their craft their entire lives. At the other end of the spectrum artists like George Jones, George Strait, Marty Stuart, Merle Haggard, Lee Roy Parnell and anyone who has ever banged it out in a Honky Tonk have been honing their craft as well. Sammy can stand on either stage, and has many times. It was recently stated,” Along the borderline between Country and Blues some genius arises. Delbert McClinton and Sammy Eubanks have the same borderline genius.”
In 2014, mulitple BMA winner John Nemeth said about Sammy Eubanks, "Now THAT Mother F%#&ER can sing!!!"

Sammy’s name alone speaks volumes----as does his music. Quite possibly the most reputable musician in the Inland Empire, Sammy Eubanks delivers a quality performance every time he takes the stage, playing a variety of Blues, Country and Rock n’ Roll Classics as well as originals. Influenced by many artists and styles, he too demonstrates diversified talent rarely seen in music today. Ever the skillful vocalist and guitar player, he is a leader in the Northwest music scene. “Sammy Eubanks has an appeal that transcends audiences from 8 to 80 and a multitude of genres. His music just plain makes you feel good. A truly unique talent that is proving to be a powerful
force in the American music scene" Michael Cosentino of Direct Point Management.

Sammy has won the "Best Male Vocalist" award 10 times in the state of Washington. From East to West he is widely regarded as "THE VOICE". He and the band have won multiple awards and recognitions including advancing to the semi-finals in Memphis at the 2013 International Blues Challenge.

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Jul
21
8:00pm 8:00pm

Caleb Dean Band

Come and get WESTERN with Caleb Dean and the boys!

Come and get WESTERN with Caleb Dean and the boys!

 Caleb Dean   a singer/songwriter, born in the heartland state of Indiana and raised
in Glenwood Springs, a small Mountain town in Colorado. You could say Caleb's musical journey started
when he was just a kid listening to his granddad playing banjo in the house
along with uncles and cousins and was greatly inspired by the likes of Roger Miller, Hank Williams,
Elvis Presley, Merl Haggerd and Johnny Cash.
 Caleb Dean tried his hand at songwriting in the early 80s but did'nt make it to Nashville until 1993
where he simply knocked on publishers doors in the heart of music row and with some patients
and a bit of luck he landned a three song publisher deal.
 
Caleb was playing regularly around Colorado at the Cowboy bars and the ski resorts where he met and signed up with
The Eagle River Band and two time Grammy Nominee Rick Devin and opened shows for
 Micheal Martin Murphys West Fest in Colorado and Scottsdale Arizona, Rick and Caleb are long time friends to this day!
And so the musicial journey moves on.......
After taking a trip to Nashville in the early 90's Caleb moved to music city for a summer to
decide if moving the family to Tennessee was the right choice. After writing and recording in
Nashville for a while and having songs published he realized his heart belonged with his
family in the Rockies. Caleb spent the next years raising two sons, teaching them how to hunt,
fish and of course play...... music. Between the shows, Caleb and his family spent a lot of time
following their other passion, being in the outdoors. Little did he know that years later, after teaching
his sons to play music and raising them in a family band (The Whittingtons Band), Caleb
would be back in Nashville, only this time it would be to move his sons to the Music Capitol.
Now Nashville is like a second home where he spends a lot of time playing music and
watching his sons careers grow. Now it seems Caleb is playing more music than ever,
keeping his love for music going and enjoying every show. With a hot country band
behind him Caleb Dean brings every song to life with his rich vocals, the way only a true
country troubadour can. When he sings you can hear those long days  working as a young man
in a Colorado coal mine or days on the horse ranch, and the lonely nights, scented with bourbon and beer.
 Caleb Dean strives to always put on a great show and to bring
the Country experience to your doorstep. Honest and true the way Country's meant to be Played.

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Two Peace Music
Jul
15
8:00pm 8:00pm

Two Peace Music

Two Peace set to take the W2565 Stage for a great night of relaxing REGGAE music

Two Peace set to take the W2565 Stage for a great night of relaxing REGGAE music

Two Peace is a reggae/hip-hop band originally from Davenport, IA now residing in Sacramento, CA. The band was formed in late 2011 but the story started a little prior to that. Vocalist and keys man Nick Harksen was pursuing his own musical journey as a solo artist after a couple of bands he was in had broken up. He released his first solo album “Ya Gotta Feel It” in 2009 and ironically enough Jacob Hahn (Bass man for Two Peace) had bought his very first copy. The friendship continued and while at a music festival in Alabama Jacob got inspired to pick up the bass again and asked Nick if he could join him on his musical path. Nick agreed and Two Peace was born! Two Peace played the local scene and all over the midwest for a couple of years opening for bands such as Easy Star All-Stars, Passafire, John Wayne and The Pain, and Natty Nation to name a few. In 2013 Two Peace went to the California Roots Music Festival and decided that California is where they belonged and never looked back. After a few weeks of camping in their van and searching for jobs and a place to stay, Two Peace found their new home in Sacramento, CA. Since then they have played many shows all over Northern California opening for bands such as, Katchafire, Morgan Heritage, The Skints, The Green, Fortunate Youth, The Expanders, House of Shem and many other top reggae acts. They have also gone on their own tour from Sacramento down through Albuquerque, NM all the way to Iowa and back, and had a short tour run with J Ras up through Oregon and Northern California. Two Peace is ready to take their music to the next level and can’t wait to see what the future holds.

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Jul
14
10:00pm10:00pm

Scooter Brown Band Back in GJ

GA Tickets just $10

*Reserved Tables $120 up to 6 seats

*VIP couch ticket include meet & Greet $25 per person

Call the Warehouse 2565 at 970-628-4321 and get your tickets today! 

Scooter Brown Band set to rock the Jim Beam Stage this Friday Night!   Call 628.4321 and get your tickets today! 

Scooter Brown Band set to rock the Jim Beam Stage this Friday Night!  

Call 628.4321 and get your tickets today! 

“When dealing with the stresses of life, some of us find ourselves at the bottom of a bottle. Our new single “When the Whiskey Starts Talkin” is about how those short moments of pleasure through the indulgence of alcohol can lead to more problems and stress...” Scott Brown knows a thing or two about stressful situations. The young frontman of country act Scooter Brown is an Iraq war veteran--having completed one tour of combat duty as a U.S. Marine. When faced with the daunting decision to either reenlist or pursue music, Brown chose to trade in his rifle for a guitar and put together a band with some of the best musicians
Texas has to offer.

The band insists that its brand, songwriting and business decision making are all a democracy, not a dictatorship. Each of the four members—Scott, drummer Matt Bledsoe, lead guitarist Brian Rowe, and bassist Steven Sutherland act as a pillar, shouldering an equal amount of responsibility and creativity.
While there's no doubt Scooter Brown is a country-driven band, nowhere are their varied musical influences more evident than during a live performance, where not only their gritty, red dirt country musicality shines, but their crossover rock appeal truly becomes apparent.

SCOTT BROWN- LEAD VOCAL/ GUITAR
MATT BLEDSOE-DRUMS
STEVEN SUTHERLAND- BASS/ VOCALS
NATHAN LOCKHEART- LEAD GUITAR

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Jul
14
8:00pm 8:00pm

Jay Statham Band

RED DIRT TEXAS MUSIC TO LIGHT UP THE Jim Beam Big Stage at the Warehouse! 

RED DIRT TEXAS MUSIC TO LIGHT UP THE Jim Beam Big Stage at the Warehouse! 

Jay Statham Band set to hit the Jim Beam Stage again July 14! 

Big Texas boys with big Texas hearts will be in CO to rock the Warehouse for a fun night of Red Dirt Country Music!  

Jay Statham: Rhythm Guitar-Lead Vocals
Searching for: Lead Guitar
Cameron Taylor: Bass Guitar-Harmony Vocals
Trevor Leepor: Drums

Trevor Leeper & Lee Watts: Sound Techs

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Jul
8
8:00pm 8:00pm

Keith Rae

Singer/songwriter Keith Rea to take the Jim Beam Stage 

Singer/songwriter Keith Rea to take the Jim Beam Stage 

Biography

Keith A. Rea – singer/songwriter, instrumentalist

Keith brings a wealth of experience to the stage as well as a variety of styles and genres. From love songs to train songs, Keith’s lyrics conjure stories of people, places, and situations that feel both familiar and yet somehow fresh. His instrumental styling’s cover the landscape from finger picked ballads to raucous twelve bar blues. 

Keith is a singer-songwriter based in Longview, Texas. He travels throughout the United States and just finished recording his second project for national release "Life's an Open Road". Keith is a veteran of over 40 years in the music business.

He's always on the lookout for new and area expanding venues in which to perform. You can get more information, listen to Keith's songs, view videos, and review tour schedules on this site, as well as the following sites:

Reverb Nation
YouTube

Accolades

- Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Regional Performer
- Johnson City Folk Festival Featured Performer
- Texas Music Awards Nominee
- Houston Songwriter's Association
  +  Songwriter of the Year Runner-Up
  +  Eigh Time Song of the Month Honorre
- Concerts In Your Home Artist
- Handshake Management Artist
- Houston Songwriters Association Songwriter of the Year runner-up
- Novelist

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