Opera House SHOW Bar: Apres Concert Series, Free in March!

Opera House SHOW Bar: Apres Concert Series, Free in March!

The SHOW BAR at Telluride’s Sheridan Opera House is now featuring its Winter Aprés Concert Series every Friday and Saturday in March 2021. SHOW Bar opens at 3 p.m; Live music/free concert takes place between 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. No reservations needed. Check the schedule below.

Telluride’s Sheridan Arts Foundation and the SHOW Bar presents the Winter Aprés Concert Series featuring musical artists, local and touring.

The Sheridan Arts Foundation is excited to continue its very successful Winter Après Concert Series on the outdoor, heated, covered patio. Whether it’s a hot cup of vegetable soup, one of our specialty cocktails, a $5 Tecate, or simply just to listen to live music, The SHOW Bar’s patio is the place to be after a long day of skiing.

The Sheridan Arts Foundation was founded in 1991 as a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization to preserve the historic Sheridan Opera House as an arts and cultural resource for the Telluride community, to bring quality arts and cultural events to Telluride even through a pandemic. We have strived to ensure the safety of our guests, staff, and artists by following the San Miguel guidelines.

All SHOWs are free of charge and open to all ages.

March 12th – Arizona Witness Social Band

Over 30 years of musical experience, this band will bring you back to the oldies. With half of the band coming from Tucson Arizona, and the other half from Ridgway Colorado the group is ready to rock. Major influences are as varied as Bob Dylan, Muddy Waters, Neil Young, Bruce Cockburn, Jackson Browne.

March 13th – (D-J) Calvin

(D-J) Calvin’s duo creates “Funky Beats.” Inspired by Vulfpeck, Sade, Rhye and Shiloh Dynasty.

“We create a unique blend of live funky bass & guitar, electronic beats, synth, samples and vocal harmonies that create an alternate lounge world dance party.”

March 19th – Tom & Wyatt Variety Show

Tom Nading & Wyatt Listrom started making music together in 2010. After a decade of various bands, lineups, side projects, and one-offs, their Duo set is a collection of songs and ideas, delivered with the synergy they’ve developed along the way. As they pass songs back-and-forth, harmonize vocals, and trade guitar solos, who knows where it will all end up?

March 20th – Chuck Hank

Playing genres ranging from jazz and hip hop to rock and bluegrass, Durango’s Chuck Hank is breaking boundaries while keeping the vibes smooth.

The bassist for High Country Hustle and PJ Moon and the Swappers creates a diverse live looping set full of innovative originals, classic covers and wild improvisation. Check out DANK on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube etc.

“Those jazz interests are all over “DANK,” a record where loose-groove jazz rubs elbows with electric folk. It’s the kind of record that would appease the festival crowd, while the instrumental tracks have all the flair of the indie-groove stuff of pro-skateboarders-turned-musicians Ray Barbee or Tommy Guerrero; it’s loose, cool and, at times, undefinable,” Bryant Ligget, The Durango Herald.

March 26/27th – The Buzz Band

Based in Longmont, The Buzz is a funk/jam/psychedelic 5-piece project. These musicians have some seriously tasty groove-based improvisation jams, soaring guitar leads and thunderous, soulful vocals. Every Buzz show is a funky and powerful live experience. The group has a solid following in the Denver metro-area and Boulder county area, who love to show up for this sound.

“We’d love to expand our fan base to the Telluride community! “

The Buzz boys have played at venues in and around Denver like Your Moms House and Moe’s Original BBQ on South Broadway. In 2020, they were featured bands at Up in the Air Music Festival in Buena Vista CO, and Spa Fest in Morrison, CO.

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