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Jay Roemer is the face of original, acoustic Americana and Bluegrass in the Colorado mountain town of Steamboat Springs. He can be found traveling throughout the state he calls home performing his own material with just a guitar and harmonica, or with the highly acclaimed, Jay Roemer Band. Deeply focused on intriguing lyrics, along with some fancy guitar work, his songs continue to connect with all types of audiences.

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Westside Wednesdays on the Grass at Snow Bowl! Jay Roemer is the face of original, acoustic Americana and Bluegrass in the Colorado mountain town of Steamboat Springs. He can be found traveling throughout the state he calls home performing his own material with just a guitar and harmonica, or with the highly acclaimed, Jay Roemer Band. Deeply focused on intriguing lyrics, along with some fancy guitar work, his songs continue to connect with all types of audiences.

Westside Wednesdays on the Grass at Snow Bowl! Lindsay Lou has been making soulful, poignant music for the last decade. An undeniable powerhouse, Lou’s remarkable gifts as a singer, songwriter, musician and performer demand the listener’s attention. Her singing floats over the masterful playing and deep groove of her band with both a fierce intensity and a tender intimacy. A trailblazer in the music community, Lou's recent set of singles, The Suite Sweets, make it clear that she can’t be pigeon-holed into any prefabricated formula. Lindsay Lou continues to push boundaries with a sincerity and grace that will disarm even your republican

Westside Wednesdays on the Grass at Snow Bowl! Since 2017, Buffalo Commons, a Steamboat Springs, CO-grown project, has been moving souls and feet. The band's harmonizing vocals and tight musicianship has sling-shot them into the Colorado Music scene with huge, infectious energy and an incredibly loyal and fun-loving “Herd” of fans behind them. You just can’t help being captivated by Denton Turner on upright bass, singer/songwriter + guitarist Tyree Woods‘ soulful and powerful voice. Band members Eric Baker on mandolin, Randy Kelley on fiddle, Dan Harris on banjo, and Tyler Cain on drums provide a full-bodied sound that matches the emotion and intensity

Westside Wednesdays on the Grass at Snow Bowl! From the high mountain river-valley of Durango, Colorado comes a five piece band of musicians called Liver Down The River. The group has their roots in countless river floats, campfires, late night picking, and Colorado living. Since its creation in 2012, the band has strived to have nothing but a good time. Their unique sound and high energy performances have lead them to share the stage with the likes of The Infamous Stringdusters, Railroad Earth, The New Mastersounds, and Poor Man’s Whiskey, to name a few. “It’s as good as it gets in the

Westside Wednesdays on the Grass at Snow Bowl! During 2016, Andrea was Doug’s fitness trainer. It wasn’t until the fall of that year that they discovered each others’ musical talents and decided to collaborate. They began performing at Open Mic Nights all around northern Colorado whenever they could. After several months, we decided we needed something to call ourselves! After brainstorming, we realized that we were all 10 years apart in age. “Echo” by Mandolin Orange is a song we frequently covered as a duo. The name combination had a nice ring to it. We hope that our music continues to echo

Westside Wednesdays on the Grass at Snow Bowl! Jake Wolf, Grant Farm and a rotating cast of special guests team up to bring you all of your favorite Grateful Dead hits with a bluegrass twist. Pickin' on the Dead performs extraordinary, original takes on familiar Grateful Dead songs, and even those people who have yet to venture into listening to bluegrass music should find them accessible. They capture the spirit of the band well, carrying many of the tracks into some new territory outside the familiar framework of the song — much like the Dead once did in their live performances.

Westside Wednesdays on the Grass at Snow Bowl! The Sweet Lillies' music is, first and foremost, heartfelt and collaborative. Those defining traits are given life by the trio of musicians making up The Sweet Lillies - Julie Gussaroff, Becca Bisque, and Dustin Rohleder - who have combined their individual strengths together to deliver powerful narratives of life in song. With their acoustic string-band lineup of guitar, viola, and upright bass given flight by ethereal, vocal harmonies that float like a dream, the Sweet Lillies' music has an old-time soul with a forward-looking eye. The Sweet Lillies have incorporated all of their cumulative life-experiences into

Westside Wednesdays on the Grass at Snow Bowl! Hailed as "the hottest band in the Wasatch" by the Intermountain Acoustic Music Association, Partygrass isn't exactly bluegrass, or new grass, or pop, or punk, or rock and roll. They fall somewhere in between it all, and that's exactly how they like it. Drawing influence from the bluegrass roots of Appalachia and transporting it straight to the western edge of the Rockies, Pixie and the Partygrass Boys create a uniquely American sound. Inspired by landscapes from coast to coast, the group combines classical training with jazz, broadway, pop-punk, and an unabashed love for

Westside Wednesdays on the Grass at Snow Bowl! In a world filled with instant gratification, gimmicky over saturation and a lack of true improvisation, The Jauntee pays tribute to music’s ability to transcend simple entertainment and cultivate a truly distinctive experience. The Jauntee has fostered a musical community based on a breadth of original material that engages fans through nightly exploration and risk taking. Averaging over one hundred shows a year, with each containing a unique set list and their own special improvisational moments, the band is constantly expanding upon what defines them and their live performances.  

Westside Wednesdays on the Grass at Snow Bowl kicks off the summer with Wood Belly! Something downright mystical is happening on Colorado’s Front Range. The very roots of traditional acoustic music seem to sprout from the dirt, shaking their dust into the winds of change, to be breathed in and become the soul of musicians who craft their songs here. Such is the music of Wood Belly, a musical collective of Chris Weist (mandolin), Tom Knowlton (guitar), Chris Zink (dobro), Aaron McCloskey (banjo) and Taylor Shuck (bass). A Wood Belly song has its own lyrical persona and masterful arrangement; rooted in bluegrass

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