Community News & Notes
Glenwood Springs Lions Club will meet Tuesday, Jan. 4, from 7-8 a.m. at U.S. Bank, 1901 Grand Ave. Full breakfast. Speaker will be Galen Hurl, chiropractor, speaking on “Health By Design.” Visiting Lions and interested guests are most welcome. For details call 945-7099.
Zack Walther plays at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4 at Steve’s Guitars, 19 N. Fourth St., in Carbondale.”Walther has all the same ingredients as the Band of Heathens,” according to promoter Steve Standiford, “including great players, excellent songs, powerful vocals and a love of playing their original music in front of people. This hot band comes from a deep Texas tradition.”More about him at http://www.zackwaltherband.com. Admission is $10 at the door.
Kort is “One part rock and blues, two parts country blue-grass, and all parts McCumber.” So says Marquee Magazine. This talented singer-songwriter-instrumentalist can write some beautiful songs and he loves to share his original music in live performances. Kort will bring in some sweet guitars and some new songs and might even be joined by some special musical guests, like Frank Martin. The opening act is Andy Redford, a talented 18-year-old singer-songwriter from Australia who plays guitar, keyboards and other instruments on his original songs. His songwriting skills have won him a prestigious scholarship to music school and his songs are winning some high praise. Kort McCumber and Andy redmond play starting at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 7, at Steve’s Guitars in Carbondale.
Jack Green and Bob Willey are presenting an evening of original short plays, monologues and stories. Every piece is designed for a night of comedy and laughter. Come on down and enjoy a journey of lightheartedness. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Round Room at the Third Street Center on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 7-8. Tickets are $12 and the dress rehearsal Thursday night is free.
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