Yampa Valley Boys If you've been waiting to hear the Yampa Valley Boys like I have, wait no longer
The Yampa Valley Boys are finally here. April 21st is your lucky day.
After over 1500 shows and 17 years of entertaining together "the Boys" just get better and better. They are a complete entertainment package and you are going to have the time of your life.
John Fisher's old-style frailing banjo playing and his excellent mandolin and octave mandolin keep you guessing what he will pick up next. Resonator guitar is also in the mix. You can expect a couple of very tall tales from him too. And I mean tall. Come prepared to laugh a lot. I know you'll get quite a kick out of his antics.
Steve Jones is a singer-songwriter and plays guitar. Many of his songs have been recorded by the Boys and charted in the top ten on the Academy of Western Artists. Fellow performers have dubbed Steve the Cowboy Irish Tenor. Cooler heads prevail when Steve is at the mike with poems and stories. No wait, he'll have you in stitches as well and give you pause for thought.
Of course both of them sing their hearts out with harmonies second to none. It's a treat I tell you! I just can't wait.
Mark your calendar now.This show will be sold out. Come early to claim your seat.Show at 7:00. We open the doors at 6:30.
Lost Joe wowed the
Buffalo Grass audience when he first appeared here in April last year. We had numerous requests to bring him back.
He has been busy in the meantime including a shot at our big brother, The Black Rose Acoustic Society.
An unassuming fella, Lost Joe plays and sings folk, country, blues and pop as if he was born with a guitar in his hands.
Lost Joe is being joined by Gail McKinley on fiddle. They met a while back at Rob's Jam Shack in Colorado Springs. Things clicked and they have been trying to get their schedules together to perform for about a year. Buffalo Grass is pleased to welcome Gail to our stage.
E Bar C is a bluegrass/gospel group from up the road in Elbert territory. They regularly play at Elbert Christian Church (hence E-C).
The group consists of John Gresham (mandolin), Gayle Gresham (guitar), Keven Pranger (bass), Dale Rosburg and Rebecca Schroeder. Audiences enjoy their 4-part harmonies and toe-tapping music.
They last appeared at Buffalo Grass in October, 2015.