Sunday May 17, 2015
Santa Fe, NM 87505
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Outside Bike & Brew Festival wraps up Sunday, May 17 with a Bicycle Block Party Sponsored by Marble Brewery. Featuring three bands, food trucks and a beer garden, entry is only $10.
Rose's Pawn Shop: With an arsenal of guitars, banjo, thumping upright bass, fiddle and drums, delivering neo-classical-sounding melodies and lyrics, their sound is a wholesome mishmash of creek mud, rusty nails and your mom’s cookin’. Rose's Pawn Shop effortlessly combining such disparate musical styles as rock, country, bluegrass, and punk to create an incomprehensibly smooth and accessible sound for true believers and skeptics alike.
They confront traditional country music themes of loss, lamentation, and redemption, with a couple of drinking songs for good measure. Sure, they’re borrowing pages from the books of Hank Williams, Bill Monroe, and Johnny Cash, but ROSES’S PAWN SHOP takes those pages, tears them up and sets them on fire with three and four part vocal harmonies and lyrics that’ll break your heart.
Gipsy Moon: Gipsy Moon is a five-piece group of artists on an endless journey toward good times and raw expression. With music as their carriage, strings as their weapon and the horizon as their aim, this unconventional band is not one to be missed. Their sound is something like a backwoods hoedown meets the smoking basement of a New York jazz club. Soothing harmonies, raging solos and dirt encrusted bass lines bring an old time style into an exciting new dimension; one that hippies and poets, lovers and dancers, freaks and families alike can all come together and dance until the sun comes up.
The Badly Bent: The Badly Bent is comprised of Cindi Trautmann (fiddle, vocals), Patrick Dressen (guitar, vocals), Mark Epstein (banjo, dobro, vocals), Fred Hoeffler (mandolin, vocals), and Jim Stanley (bass, vocals). Winners of the 2005 Telluride Bluegrass Festival band competition, The Badly Bent has been performing in the Four Corners area and has nationally toured since 1998. The Badly Bent remains loyal to traditional bluegrass that we have always respected and is expanding its repertoire by adopting other music and making it a part of our performances. The Badly Bent has released two CDs, played over 40 festivals, and is looking forward to an extensive touring calendar in 2015