We trust you are well and good, even awesome, or at least on your way to getting there.
This week we want to give a shout out to Kevin Shultz who has been doing an amazing job running the operations over the last few months. When our last manager resigned Kevin showed great initiative and has really taken on taking care of the place, which the place truly appreciates. Thanks Kevin. Next time you see him at the D Note, give him proper props.
Here's the line up of the weekend.
Mushroom Mountain Band Reunion
Sentimental Sounds Big Band $5
Current Youth (and friends) $5 (funk, rock and roll)
Trout Unlimited does a great job of helping keep the rivers of Colorado clean, so come help support those guys. Then after Big Universe plays for Trout Unlimited we have Dikki Du, son of late Zydeco legend Roy Carrier, and he is always super fun for dancing. Serenade In Blue Big band on Saturday (I know we have some fans of Big Band out there.) Then Current Youth is also a really fun band. Last time they were at the D Note they opened for Bop Skizzum and were great.
Next Tuesday we have a band sitting in for Farm Jazz. They are an R&B horn band called Doug Jackson and The Chosen Few and "they are pretty good!" says our inside man, Jax Delaguerre. Then next Tuesday at 7p we have Henrikson's Amp Presents Great Jazz Guitar. Free, followed by Trevor Christianson on Piano and Discount Cinema (garage rock).
There's the news in a nutshell,
Extra Credit: Here's a Rilke poem that will certainly speak to at least one of you.
Onto A Vast Plain