Instrumental duo coming to Buff
McIntosh Music Productions presents the electric-acoustic duo David Lindley and Wally Ingram Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Buffalo Valley in Glenwood Springs. Doors open at 8:30 p.m. The over-21 show starts at 9 p.m.
Tickets are $18 in advance and $22 at the door and are available at the Watersweeper and the Dwarf, Glenwood Music, Buffalo Valley, Harrelson Music in Rifle, Great Divide Music in Aspen and Sounds Easy in Carbondale. Visa and MasterCard tickets can be purchased by calling the Buffalo Valley at 945-5297 or Sounds Easy at 963-1303. Surcharges apply to credit card purchases.
Lindley and Ingram’s eclectic performances combine American folk, reggae and blues with bluegrass traditions and world music influences. Lindley spent more than a decade on the road with Jackson Browne, from 1971-1981, and is best known for his scorching slide guitar work with Browne and Warren Zevon.
Throughout his long and distinguished career, Lindley has been highly respected for his instrumental artistry, lending his skills to the recorded works of Bob Dylan, Linda Ronstadt, Crosby and Nash, John Prine, Ben Harper and Ry Cooder. His list of credits include some of the most seminal records in modern pop history.
Lindley founded what was one of the first world music rock bands, the Kaleidoscope, and created and toured for eight years with the band El Rayo-X, releasing three albums on Electra/Asylum.
Wally Ingram has toured as a drummer and percussionist with Jackson Browne, Sheryl Crow, Blues Traveler, Tracy Chapman and Taj Mahal, and recently opened for the Rolling Stones.
Cosmic Debris magazine has called the two “The best two-man band on the planet.”
Sponsors of the smoke-free McIntosh Music Productions concerts are Glenwood Music, Buffalo Valley, KSPN and Becvarik Brothers Construction.
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