Buffalo Grass Country Concerts
Great Music for the Whole Family
presented by the Buffalo Grass Acoustic Society
15504 Bradshaw Road - Peyton, Colorado
Great Music for the whole family
Friday, January 19th
Allen and Jill
The Champlin Kids
Doors open 6:30pm
Show time 7:00pm
General Admission $10
16 and under FREE
Guilty as charged. At the Buffalo Grass Acoustic Society we play favorites. We always have. Show after show we invite crowd-pleasing, top performers to our stage.
And now back by popular demand... Allen and Jill from Custer, South Dakota will grace our stage on January 19th. See? I told you we play favorites.
From the moment they walk on the stage you will know why they are some of our favorite performers and why we nab them every time we can.
You'll have the opportunity to enjoy a great evening of Cowboy Music -- fast paced, slow moving and in between. Of course a little of Allen's yodeling is a must as are Jill's signature stories.
As a singer-songwriter Allen has a way with lyrics and music that lifts your spirits and draws you straight into his story. Jill's tight harmonies, steady bass and poignant harmonica are the perfect compliment to Allen's clear voice.
It's no wonder these two 2015 Cowboy Idol winners have reached finalist in more than one WMA category.
Allen and Jill are performing members of the Grand Jamboree Show in Custer, South Dakota. Allen is worship pastor at Crossroads Church in Custer. Both are members of the South Dakota Mounted US Marshals.
This dynamic duo is releasing a new CD in January 2018. I am looking forward to hearing some of the new songs. Currently my favorite of their 'oldies' is Ghost Towns. You can have a listen on YouTube if you like. I hope they sing that one in January.
Do plan to join us for a fun evening on January 19th. On that typically cold evening you can bet it will be warm and cozy inside at our show.
We begin at 7:00. See you there!
Opening for Allen and Jill are these two great acts:
Kurt is a favorite of local audiences. He easily rivals Johnny Cash and other deep voiced performers both in style and versatility.
His mastery of guitar along with his voice and engaging personality keep audiences asking for more.
First introduced to the Buffalo Grass audience in 2015 the Champlin Kids were invited back in October 2016.
They were a big hit with their dynamic performance of western swing, traditional western and bluegrass music.
Back again by popular demand.
They may be young, but these two have complete mastery over their instruments and play at a level many professionals can only hope to achieve.
You will be blown over by Sam's fingerstyle guitar treatment of the melodies while sister Katie captivates the audience with some truly fine fiddle playing.
In 2016 they were awarded scholarships at the 2016 Oklahoma International Bluegrass festival.
Buffalo Grass is very happy to have them back. Its always fun when kids excel with string instruments, and these young folks not only excel with those instruments, but are natural entertainers as well.