Beyond the Groove & TMVOA: Music on the Green with Esme Patterson, 7/12!

Beyond the Groove & TMVOA: Music on the Green with Esme Patterson, 7/12!

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. 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 thanks to 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 upcoming concert featuring rising star Esmé Patterson.

 

Gold-selling Esmé Patterson releasesd her long-awaited 5th full-length album, Notes from Nowhere, early this October, creating a genre-avoidant musical realm that blooms with honesty and magic. Now living in the woods of Tennessee, the Colorado-born singer/songwriter never fails to give her devoted following what they want – something completely new, yet somehow familiar.

Esmé emerged from the wreckage of a crowded Colorado folk experiment (Paper Bird) and struck out on her own path in a 2012 solo debut, All Princes, I. Her followup was an AMA-nominated Song of the Year that went Gold in the US and Canada, landed Patterson performances on Letterman and Conan, and brought sold-out shows nationwide. Predictably unpredictable, she deftly ditched the folk/americana tags to offer barbed responses to male-gaze hits in 2015’s Woman to Woman, then to death, sex, and feedback in 2016’s fanged We Were Wild. A performance on NPR’s Tiny Desk followed.

Ever provocative, poignant, polymorphic, and prescient – her last album, the apocalypse-themed There Will Come Soft Rains, was released on the first day of Covid19 lockdowns in March 2020 – Esmé’s latest release, Notes from Nowhere, returns to the (super)natural world, evoking the chill of dead winter, parched forest lightning, midday moons, and the cicada hum of summer swamps.

Esmé’s intense performances arrest her audience, putting everyone in an ears-open shared contemplation. Her music churns and crackles until you find yourself frozen, staring into the fire.

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