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May 4, 2018
Live Music: Vanessa Silberman Band and Carissa Johnson
May 4, 2018
Join us on May the 4th be with you at 2:30pm as we welcome Vanessa Silberman and Carissa Johnson to the Loveland Stage.
Vanessa’s music & live show has been compared to a Female Nirvana that’s slightly punk & energetic at times similar to The Ramones but then expands & ranges to the likes of Chrissie Hynde meets Patti Smith & Neil Young. Vanessa is also widely known for wearing many hats in the music business & having worked for heavy hitters such as producer Dr. Luke (Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Kesha) & at places such a the Foo FightersStudio 606 where she was a in-house assistant engineer.
Backing Vanessa & making the Vanessa Silberman Band for ‘OK’ is Raleigh NC drummer Reed Mullin of the band Corrosion of Conformity (known for their early days in the hardcore/punk scene & hit record ‘Deliverance’) & San Francisco musician/producer, studio owner (Lucky Recording Company) & club owner (Hemlock Tavern) Mikel Ross who met Vanessa at Studio 606 working on Reed Mullins other project Teenage Time Killers.
About Carissa Johnson:
Hailing from Boston MA, rock artist Carissa Johnson has proven to leave her mark and she is just getting started. She began playing bass in Boston bands for a few years before stepping out to pursue her own music. With a debut full-length album winning “Album of the Year” by the Limelight Music Awards and a nomination for “Best Punk Act” by the Worcester Music Awards in 2016, Johnson continues to push ahead, writing and producing enthusiastically honest songs. With influences evident in her songs, her sound pays tribute to seventies punk and new wave, yet remains authentically her own. It’s an aesthetic that’s proven appealing to fans of all ages. Carissa Johnson is known for her straight-forward lyrics and her driving, four on the floor melodies, her “heartening anthemic rock” stands out among her contemporaries. In April of 2017 Johnson won Boston’s legendary annual Rock and Roll Rumble, and in December took home the ‘New Act of the Year’ award at Boston’s 30th Annual Music Awards at the House of Blues. Determined to share her music with the world, she continues to book her own tours and play shows throughout the country – with or without a band.
May 5, 2018
Live Music feat. Space Orphan
May 5, 2018
Progressive old school. What does that even mean? For this group, it means providing a soulful, funky sound that is heavily based on groove, just as bands like The Meters and James Brown did in years past. But it also means taking those classic, danceable elements, and adding a few new tricks. Space Orphan will hit you in your soul and keep you dancing at the same time.
Having already drawn comparisons to bands like Soulive, Lettuce, and Mothership Connection-era Parliament Funkadelic, buzz around the band has grown quickly, along with a loyal fanbase. In the band’s short history, they have already shared the stage with the legendary George Porter Jr. (The Meters),as well as members of The Motet, Big Gigantic, Snarky Puppy, Leftover Salmon, Kyle Hollingsworth Band and Lettuce. Their debut record, Shut Up About The Sun, was named one of the 20 Best Funk Albums of 2016.
May 6, 2018
Closing Day Celebration with Live Music from Funky Johnson
May 6, 2018
Close out another amazing season of skiing and riding with us on the Basin Patio on May 6! We are excited to have live music from Funky Johnson to help us go out in style. BBQ’s, drink specials and great funk tunes make this a party you don’t want to miss!
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