Oct
19
6:00 PM18:00

CMU Pink the Rink Kickoff Party

  PINK the RINK KICKOFF PARTY  Doors at 6:00 PM; Live Music at 7!

PINK the RINK KICKOFF PARTY Doors at 6:00 PM; Live Music at 7!

Come and join the CMU Hockey team for their Pink the Rink Kickoff Party with live music from some Great LOCAL Artists:

$5 Donation at the Door, Pink the Rink jersey raffle tickets and the 2018 t-shirts will be available for purchase.  We hope to see you here! 

 

 

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Oct
26
9:30 PM21:30

SOUTHERN DRAWL BAND

  The boys from Tennessee ready to rock the Warehouse Friday Oct. 26 for our Wild West Saloon Party $10 @ the venue

The boys from Tennessee ready to rock the Warehouse Friday Oct. 26 for our Wild West Saloon Party $10 @ the venue

Southern Drawl Band from Knoxville and Nashville Tennessee: "is Southern Rockin' Country music with a twist of lime distilled in the backwoods of Tennessee."

Southern Drawl Band has been touring the U.S. from coast to coast since it's beginnings in 2012."Tirelessly building our grass roots fan base from the ground up is the key to our success" says Mike Nash, frontman and guitarist for the band. "We have been honored to have won several awards for Band of the Year as well as Entertainer of the Year beacuse of the support of our incredible fans who will regularly drive hundreds of miles for our shows and who have spread our message like wild fire".

During their rise, Southern Drawl Band has had the honor of gracing the stages of many major artists. From legends such as Lynyrd Skynrd, Charlie Daniels Band and Jimmy Buffett to classic country artists like Aaron Tippin, Neil McMcoy, and Pure Prarie League right up to modern day stars such as Brantley Gilbert, Blackberry Smoke and Justin Moore.

One of the band's most exciting achievements came in 2012 when the University of Tennessee debuted the video for the band's rocked up, barn burning version of "Rockytop" on the jumbo-tron at Neyland Stadium to a sold out crowd of over 102,000. The song went on to smash radio charts and is one of the most popular versions in America being played on NBC's Sunday Night Football for millions of viewers in celebration of Peyton Manning's record breaking touchdown pass in October of 2014.

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Nov
2
8:30 PM20:30

Aaron Einhouse

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When Aaron Einhouse makes music, he creates with a deep reverence for the world’s greatest storytellers and admiration for the great men who came before him. Einhouse explores life, love and heartache with his fourth studio album It Ain’t Pretty, which is his most imaginative and literary music to date. 

But Einhouse comes by his creative process honestly. The family man and father of three is always studying. When he is not with family, onstage or in the studio, he can be found touring the country in a passenger van (named Vaän), listening to audio books and writing songs. The long hours on overnight road trips to the next town on tour serve as Einhouse’s office time. He is also an avid reader who packs Charles Bukowski on hunting trips.

“I like using foreshadowing and twists,” Einhouse says. “When you’re singing a song, you can make people feel things through music that you can’t do when you’re just telling the story.”

Tracked at The Panhandle House in Denton, Texas with Erik Herbst, the 10-song collection opens with the roadhouse scorcher “Dancin’” about balancing family life with a life on the edge. Einhouse co-wrote the country rocker “That’s What You Get” with Johnny Chops Richardson (Randy Rogers Band) about living with bad decisions. “If we all just did what our mama said and learn from our mistakes,” Einhouse says, “we’d all have better lives. But maybe they wouldn’t be quite as interesting. People never learn.”

Einhouse sings about embracing life’s harsher truths in the slide guitar-led title track, which he co-wrote with Hal Ketchum. Einhouse sings, “I’m here to tell you it’s all wrong / I’ve been lied to by fairy tales and songs.” “A huge recurring theme in the record is the duality of life,” Einhouse says. “Love can be wonderful and terrible at the same time. But you’ve got to go through hard times to appreciate the good times. On my previous albums, I don’t think I necessarily really embraced that side of writing. I am at that stage where I want to write whatever feels real.”

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Aug
24
10:00 PM22:00

Tim Montana and the Shrednecks w special guest Braydon Zink

 GJ get ready for Tim Montana and the Shrednecks set to hit the RMEF stage Friday August 24.  Braydon Zink set to get the party started at 8:30 PM.  Tickets will ONLY BE SOLD AT THE DOOR $10, Seating is first come

GJ get ready for Tim Montana and the Shrednecks set to hit the RMEF stage Friday August 24.  Braydon Zink set to get the party started at 8:30 PM.  Tickets will ONLY BE SOLD AT THE DOOR $10, Seating is first come

It’s easy to see why Montana’s music connects with so many people far and wide. Dubbed as one of Rolling Stone’s “Artists You Need to Know,” his musical influencers range from Merle Haggard to Guns N’ Roses. Montana’s passion for music has not gone unnoticed by his fellow musicians. “Tim is the real deal. He’s a little bit country with lots of hard rocks — or maybe he’s a rocker in touch with some serious country roots,” says ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons. 

Tim grew up in Butte, MT in a household that did not support his musical career. He quickly learned if he wanted to make a reality of out his passion to sing and play guitar, he had to escape Big Sky Country. He packed his bags and made his way to the heart of country music, Nashville, TN. 

Soon after living in Nashville, a rodeo performance caught the attention of David Letterman. David was so impressed by Tim’s music, he personally invited Tim to perform on The Late Show with David Letterman. 

Montana continued to write and record which earned him a worldwide publishing deal with the Spirit Music Group. This led to an introduction with ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons. The two of them collaborated on multiple different tracks including, “This Beard Came Here to Party” which was the anthem for the Nashville Predator’s 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Tim followed up with writing on Kid Rock’s current single, “Tennessee Mountain Top” and “Greatest Show On Earth” as well as Mac McAnally’s current hit, “Amarula Sun.” 

In September 2017, Tim released his single, “Hillbilly Rich.” Rolling Stone called the song an, “an ode to fantasies about telling off your boss, making it rain, and having everything all at once.” Shortly after the song was released, Tim performed the single live on Fox & Friends.

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Aug
24
8:30 PM20:30

Braydon Zink

  GJ get ready to get western with Braydon Zink and the gang to start the party for Tim Montana & the Shrednecks!   TICKETS ONLY SOLD AT THE DOOR.  Come early and stay late will be a great Friday night of Live Music at the W

GJ get ready to get western with Braydon Zink and the gang to start the party for Tim Montana & the Shrednecks!   TICKETS ONLY SOLD AT THE DOOR.  Come early and stay late will be a great Friday night of Live Music at the W

MEET BRAYDON ZINK

Based in Austin, Braydon Zink hails from the small town of Iliff, Colorado. While attending college to become a 3rd generation lineman, Zink set his sights on a long brewing craft; a passion for country music. At age 10, he was introduced to the organ by his grandmother and quickly learned to play traditional gospel songs. Moving to the trumpet, he expanded his skills by learning how to read music. At age 11, with allowance money saved, Zink bought his first guitar. With a good ear and some Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash records from his grandparent's house, Zink taught himself how to play. Sports took the driver's seat during Zink's high school years but he continued to play the guitar during his free time. Zink suffered from severe concussions that kept him from pursuing collegiate sports. But thanks to fate, Zink turned to his guitar; and started singing and writing his own songs. Things took off from there and soon after Zink started performing all over northeastern Colorado. With a solid loyal following in CO, Zink set his sights on Austin, the "Live Music Capital of the World". For the past 3 years, Zink has now called Texas "home". He has played across the entire state as well as the SW portions of the US, as the opening act for artists like the Turnpike Troubadours, Johnny Rodriguez and Hal Ketchum, just to name a few. Zink's music is what Texans would consider down home "real country", combining red dirt, outlaw and a touch of southern rock influences. Zink's music makes you want to two-step across a saw dust dancefloor and his authentic lyrics tug at your heart and touch your soul.

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Aug
16
9:00 PM21:00

Koe Wetzel

  GJ get ready to throw down with Koe Wetzel and the boys Thursday Aug. 16th.  Tixs on sale Now!   

GJ get ready to throw down with Koe Wetzel and the boys Thursday Aug. 16th.  Tixs on sale Now!  

Koe Wetzel. East Texan native based out of Stephenville, TX. Texas Rock N' Roll.

Koe Wetzel- Main Vocals / Acoustic Guitar
Andres Rocha- Drums
Mason Morris- Bass / Harmony Vocal
Michael Odis Parrish- Lead Guitar
Jerrod Flusche - Lead Guitar

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Aug
4
9:00 PM21:00

A.J. Fullerton

  A.J. Fullerton and the gang set to bring his rockin blues to the Jim Beam Stage for a great night of live music only at the W! 

A.J. Fullerton and the gang set to bring his rockin blues to the Jim Beam Stage for a great night of live music only at the W! 

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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