Sheridan Arts Foundation: Black Pistol Fire, (2/12), & More at Opera House!

Sheridan Arts Foundation: Black Pistol Fire, (2/12), & More at Opera House!

The following is a note about upcoming events at the Sheridan Opera House.

Tickets here for Black Pistol Fire.

Go here for more about the SAF.

And scroll down for a taste of Black Pistol Fire in action.

Hello Friends of the Sheridan Opera House & Arts Foundation,

The Crown Jewel of Telluride has added two new gems to the teams! We are delighted to introduce Administrative and Marketing Associate Kylie Kirkpatrick and Public Relations and Marketing Director Dominique LaFleur. Please come and meet the new crew additions at this week’s shows. We can’t wait to meet you!

Thursday, February 9th
John Craigie with special guest Daniel Rodriguez – SOLD OUT!

Friday, February 10th & 11th
Leftover Salmon – Limited Tickets Available!
Join us after the show for a special SHOW Bar performance by River Spell!
All our free After shows are sponsored in part by Hotaling & Co.

Black Pistol Fire – Limited capacity, get them while you can!

The Austin rock group Black Pistol Fire are back with their sixth full-length album,”Look Alive,” out now via Black Hill Records.

Fueled by the first single and title track “Look Alive,” the new album debuted at #2 on the Alternative Albums chart in the US and at #5 on the Alternative Albums chart in Canada. A far-reaching sonic landscape, venturing out beyond traditional rock touchstones, “Look Alive,” finds the acclaimed group refining their singular two-man approach, outfitting explosive, impassioned rock ‘n’ roll with an expansive, ethereal, and cinematic soundscape.

For “Look Alive,” Black Pistol Fire – Kevin McKeown(guitarist/vocalist/songwriter) and Eric Owen(drums/bass synth) – teamed with co-producer and engineer Jacob Sciba(Gary Clark Jr., Gov’t Mule, Warren Haynes) and mixer Vance Powell (The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, Chris Stapleton).

“Look Alive” delivers Black Pistol Fire’s renowned fusion of southern rock, blues, and garage punk through wildly diverse and standout songs – among them the raucous title track “Look Alive,” the psych-laced “Level,” an R&B-inflected “Temper Temper” and “Never Enough.”

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