Club Red: Luke Nelson, 3/21, Sold Out! Jamestown Revival Announced For July 1!

Named by Skiing Magazine as one of ski country’s best concert venues, Club Red brings a wide variety of crowd-pleasing entertainers to Telluride and Mountain Village. Given the fact the Telluride region has long been a hotbed for national touring acts, Club Red adds another chapter to that rich history. The intimate music venue inside the Telluride Conference Center in Mountain Village is family-friendly and allows guests to get up close and personal with the talent.

All shows are open to all ages, with a variety of ticket options ranging from general admission to high-table seating to preferred platform seating, and some VIP-ticketed experiences.

“An Evening with Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real” sold out quickly. The message for all major concerts at Club Red: you snooze; you lose. That said, Denise Mongan’s Beyond the Groove, which programs the venue, recently announced Jamestown Revival is returning to town for a performance at Club Red on Monday, July 1. (Doors, 7:30 p.m.)

Tickets  to Jamestown Revival, $25 – $45, here.

Scroll down for a preview of the show.

 

Jamestown Revival

According to Telluride’s Club Red, “the story of Jamestown Revival is the stuff of the dog-eared pages of a timeless American novel…”

Chapter one opens with Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance meeting in Magnolia, TX where the duo grew up. They collaborated on their first song at the age of 15. Fast friends, Clay and Chance attended college together, started Jamestown Revival in 2010, and traded their home state for Los Angeles, CA in late 2011.

By 2014 Jamestown revival released its debut album Utah (which included the hit single ‘California’), built a committed fan base with countless road shows and received critical acclaim from the likes of Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal.

The band was iTunes “Best of 2014: Singer-Songwriter Album of the Year,” graced the sound stages of Conan and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and performed at some of America’s legendary music festivals including South by Southwest, Coachella, Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, Bottlerock Festival, and Willie Nelson’s Fourth of July Picnic.

For the record, the name “Jamestown Revival” was derived from one of the first United States settlements in Jamestown, Virginia. It is an homage to Creedence Clearwater Revival and the concept of leaving behind the old and starting anew.

“Chance and Clay created an intimate atmosphere through fueling the venue with southern rock adrenaline and musical camaraderie, and in doing so blurred the lines between audience member and artist. By the end of the two-hour jam session, the theater felt less like a concert venue and more like a large living room,” wrote The Daily Bruin following a concert in 2016.

“…The cozy atmosphere of the venue was perfect for a band who thrives on pure harmonies and catchy rhythms…,” wrote Salt Lake Magazine following a concert in The State Room.

 

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