Music – Arts – Theater – Events
6th Street Bar & Grill: Vid WeatherwaxGLENWOOD SPRINGS – Live music with Vid Weatherwax. No cover.6-9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18124 W. Sixth St.Info: 945-2500CMC Calaway Honor Series: Leon Joseph LittlebirdRIFLE – Blending Native American flute, guitar and vocals, singer-songwriter Leon Joseph Littlebird will weave his native and pioneer roots for the Jim Calaway Honors Series.7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18, Clough Auditorium at CMC-Rifle.Tickets: $20/adults, and $1/full-time CMC students and children up to 17 years. Info and advance tickets: 947-8367. Kanpai Sushi & Bar: Bobby MasonGLENWOOD SPRINGS – Live music with the valley’s own Bobby Mason, sushi, and drinks in a chic atmosphere. No cover.7:30-10:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 183950 Midland Ave.Info: http://www.kanpaisushilounge.com and (970) 230-9498Carbondale Beer Works: Mark BrutCARBONDALE – Mark Brut of Denver plays Americana and rock. No cover.8-11 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18647 Main St.Info: email@example.comSteve’s Guitars: Matt Haslett, Greg “Coop” Cooperman and FriendsCARBONDALE – Matt Haslett’s original music is a blending of styles that will range from blues to bluegrass, jazz to rock, traditional folk and even some classical touches.8:30-10:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 1819 N. Fourth St.Tickets: $10Info: http://www.matthaslett.com and 963-3304 continued A12Rivers: Free Live Music GLENWOOD SPRINGS – Acoustic Mayhem plays lighthearted folk, bluegrass and wing.9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 182525 S. Grand Ave.Info: http://www.theriversrestaurant.com and 928-8813Black Nugget Saloon: Throttlebomb with the Trade-insCARBONDALE – Two hard-hitting rock bands from Denver come to the Black Nugget for live music. No cover.9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18403 Main St.Info: firstname.lastname@example.orgStubbies: The Steve Skinner BandBASALT – Local radio personality and long-time rocker Steve Skinner and his band rock Stubbies. No cover.9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18123 Emma RoadInfo: email@example.comCarbondale Beer Works: Chrissy MitchellCARBONDALE – New, local talent imported from Minnesota plays Carbondale.6-9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19647 Main St.Info: http://www.thomaskivi.comSteve’s Guitars: Rob DrabkinCARBONDALE – Rob Drabkin is a musical force on the Front Range and a powerhouse musician who has opened for Styx at Red Rocks. Westword Magazine named him Colorado’s Best Singer/Songwriter for 2008-2010.8:30-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 1919 N. Fourth St.Tickets: $10Info: http://www.matthaslett.com and 963-3304 Silver Club Saloon: Rock DogsNEW CASTLE – Rock Dogs will be performing live rock music on stage. No cover. 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Jan. 19366 W. Main St.Info: 984-7123
Ramada Inn: Monday Night Jazz GLENWOOD SPRINGS – The Ramada Inn features jazz musician Pablo Gorra for Monday Night Jazz Jam Sessions.7-9:30 p.m. Mondays124 W. Sixth St.Info: firstname.lastname@example.org and 945-2500Carbondale Clay Center: Winter Sessions CARBONDALE – Carbondale Clay Center is offering a 10-week winter session of ceramics classes for kids starting the week of Jan. 22. And, just added, eight-week sessions for adults and kids.135 Main St.Registration and info: email@example.com and 963-CLAYCardiff School House: Tuesday Night DanceGLENWOOD SPRINGS – Each week through the spring, Camp Chair Productions presents an all ages community dance. Proceeds benefit the Cardiff School Project.6-8 p.m. TuesdaysCost: $5 with family rates, free to all Park East residences Old Cardiff SchoolInfo: Jack Green, 688-0911Rivers: Open Mic NiteGLENWOOD SPRINGS – Open mic for artists of all types hosted by Dan Rosenthal. All talents welcome. $1 taco special. No cover.8-10 p.m. Wednesdays2525 S. Grand Ave.Info: 928-8813PAC3: Shook Twins and Mountain Standard TimeCARBONDALE – Identical twins Laurie and Katelyn Shook are at the heart of the quirky folk band Shook Twins. Mountain Standard Time boasts a big, full-band bluegrass sound with keyboards, electric bass, drums and electronic effects.Doors open at 7:30 p.m.; show at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23520 S. Third St.Tickets: $10Tickets and info: http://www.pac3carbondale.com, Deja Coffee & Brew, Thunder River Market, and Dos Gringos and 925-1663Info: http://www.shooktwins.com and http://www.mstband.comBlack Nugget Saloon: The Todd Tijerina TrioCARBONDALE – The Todd Tijerina Trio will showcase its fierce brand of R&B/blues in promotion efforts of its latest album, “Meant To Be,” winner of four New Mexico Music Award nominations and Blues Song of the Year for “Nothin’ Like the Blues.” No cover.9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24403 Main St.Info: http://www.reverbnation.com/tijerinabandWyly Community Art Center: Adult Class Sign-upBASALT – Registration is in progress for the “Collage & Mixed Media Techniques” class with Ami Maes from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 26. This course offers the opportunity to bring new meaning to your work through the use of collage and words. Work in a journal or create individual pieces.99 Midland SpurInfo: firstname.lastname@example.org and 927-4123
Wyly Community Art Center: George Stranahan: Looking Back. BASALT – Enjoy recent work by life-long photographer and inductee of Aspen Hall of Fame, George Stranahan, now through Feb. 28.Gallery hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday99 Midland Spur Info: http://www.wylyarts.org, email@example.com, and 927-4123 Artist’s Mercantile & Gallery: Pat GirardotGLENWOOD SPRINGS – Local artist Pat Girardot works in charcoal, pastel and graphite, specifically figure drawing. “Eclectic Retrospective” features design in still life and landscape, through Feb. 1.720 Cooper Ave.Info: http://www.artistsmg.netGallery 809: Winter Scenes Exhibit GLENWOOD SPRINGS – Collaboration of talented artists from the Roaring Fork Valley featured in an exhibit through January.809 Grand Ave.Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-SundayInfo: 945-0809 Colorado Mountain College Gallery: Gayle WatermanGLENWOOD SPRINGS – Through her abstract photography, Roaring Fork Valley resident Gayle Waterman is creating art that challenges the tradition of photography with images that transform the old into the new. Through Jan. 25 at the CMC ArtShare Gallery.802 Grand Ave. Info: http://www.cmcartshare.com and 947-8367Colorado Mountain College Gallery: Jack RobertsRIFLE – For 50 years, Jack Roberts worked as an illustrator depicting the history and spirit of Western life, in his own distinctive style. In his studio near Redstone, Roberts created as many as 40 paintings a year. Through Jan. 25.3695 Airport RoadInfo: http://www.coloradomtn.eduCrystal Glass Studio and White Dog GalleryCARBONDALE – Award-winning artists from around the country. Dreamweaver Designs is the featured artist.50 Weant Blvd.Information: http://www.thewhitedoggallery.com and http://www.themusicmatters.net.Main Street Gallery: Regional artistsGLENWOOD SPRINGS – Works by Dean Bowlby, Stephen Datz, Berard Hofmann, Jane Lee, Linda Loeschen and Mary Noone. The gallery also specializes in preservation-quality framing.10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday817 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs399 Main St., CarbondaleInfo: http://www.mainstreetgall.com, 945-4817 and 963-3775 CCAH: Drop-in figure drawing classCARBONDALE – Open to all ages and abilities, Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities (CCAH) is offering an uninstructed session for figure drawing. Bring your own easel and supplies. 7-9 p.m. MondaysThird Street Center, 520 S. Third St.Fee: Model’s feeInfo: http://www.carbondalearts.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and 963-1680Midland Arts Company: Local artists’ offeringsRIFLE – This cooperative gift shop features the work of the six artist-owners and about 30 additional local artists: handmade soaps and candles, fabric arts, iron work, original paintings, and turned-wood lamps, along with the already existing artisan jewelry and pottery. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday110 E. Third St., Rifle, next to the Blush SalonInfo: http://www.midlandartscompany.com and 625-3068
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