Beyond the Groove & TMVOA: Music on the Green Concert Series Presents Myron Elkins, 6/14!

Beyond the Groove & TMVOA: Music on the Green Concert Series Presents Myron Elkins, 6/14!

Beyond the Groove Productions and the Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association (TMVOA) co-host the 2024 Music on the Green Concert. The series regularly takes place on Reflection Plaza in Mountain Village, adjacent to the Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection. But PLEASE NOTE: Due to maintenance on Reflection Plaza this week, Friday’s Music on the Green performance will move to Heritage Plaza for this week ONLY!

The FREE Music on the Green summer concerts, which occurs every Friday, June 7 – September 8, 5 – 7 p.m., is thanks to sponsors TMVOA; Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Collection; Telluride Ski & Golf; and the Town of Mountain Village.

To learn more about Music on the Green, contact the Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association (TMVOA) at (970) 728-1904 or visit and

Music on the Green is free of charge by presenting sponsor TMVOA, along with Madeline Hotel, Residences, Telluride Ski & Golf, and the Town of Mountain Village.

Go here to learn more about Beyond the Groove Productions.

Go here to learn more about TMVOA.

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The free Music on the Green summer concert series takes place Friday through September 6 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. in Mountain Village. Typically held in Reflection Plaza, this Friday’s concert will be held in Heritage Plaza, located in the vibrant Mountain Village Center. The plaza is steps from the gondola that connects Mountain Village to Telluride and is surrounded by restaurants, shops, kid-friendly activities, nightlife, and much more!

At 21 years old, Myron Elkins is poised to become one of music’s most intriguing new artists with the release of his Dave Cobb-produced debut album, Factories, Farms & Amphetamines, via Elektra/ Low Country Sound.

Across the album’s 10 tracks, Elkins crafts sharp observations informed by his working-class upbringing, infusing his music with rich personal experience.

“I actually wrote a lot of these songs on the album in my head while I was welding,” he says. “I just loved to play and write all of the time. Finding people who want to do that with you isn’t always easy, but we made it work. And with this bunch of songs, it made it all worth it.”

Growing up, Elkins learned about classic country artists such as George Jones and Waylon Jennings via his grandfather (or “PAPAW”), who taught him how to pick guitars on the porch. Like many kids, he learned to sing in church on Sundays, and developed a deep, gravelly singing voice. At around 14 or 15 years old, Elkins also started writing original music, inspired by stories he heard from family members about living in West Virginia coal camps.

The music series line-up features a wide variety of bands and musicians amid the backdrop of the San Juan Mountains surrounding Mountain Village.

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