Beyond the Groove & TMVOA: Music on the Green Presents Kat Wright, 6/21!

Beyond the Groove & TMVOA: Music on the Green Presents Kat Wright, 6/21!

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, backdrop of the San Juan Mountains surrounded by restaurants, shops, kid-friendly activities, nightlife, and much more! 

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 tmvoa.org and facebook.com/BeyondTheGroove.

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.

Scroll down for a taste of the Kat Wright’s upcoming show.

Image, courtesy Beyond the Groove.

Beyond the Groove Productions and the Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association (TMVOA) present Music on the Green featuring Kat Wright.

After touring for the last decade as a 7–9-piece soul band with horns and keys blazing, in this  latest incarnation Kat Wright is born anew – and more herself than ever – revealed simply and honestly in naked light.

With restrictions imposed by the pandemic, Wright and her cohorts have recently come to enjoy writing and touring in a stripped-down formation, mostly trio or quartet, in contrast to the big band she fronted for the better part of the last decade when she was described “a young Bonnie Raitt meets Amy Winehouse.”

Fans of Wright’s singing and style have been thrilled to discover the paired-down line-up, which puts the groups’ true talents front and center to shine in a case of “less is more,” which, again, means that Wright’s voice finally gets to takes center stage, aching, yearning, howling, out in the open and beaming without the added fanfare of her past.

Peeps will still hear the Raitt and Winehouse influences, but now comparisons to Brandi Carlisle and Norah Jones resonate too.

In short, the music of Wright & Co. is more intentional, more distilled, more potent – a direct balm for the trying times we face today.

2 Comments
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