Sean Patrick McGraw has been described as Lyle Lovett singing Bruce Springsteen songs wearing Dwight Yoakam’s hat. Though he’s well seasoned as an opening act, sharing the stage with Toby Keith, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Patty Loveless, Pat Green, and Miranda Lambert, he’s not above gratis gigs in grungy clubs along the way, playing for nothing more than the hope of selling five CDs or winning a handful of new fans.
For an amazing FREE night out with your friends, come to Pound & Pour event! Experience a high energy, floor shaking, Rock & Roll workout with Pound Pro, Deb Curd-Kinnecom and drummer Michael Kinnecom for a live Pound class. Class is 50 minutes and space is limited to 20. If you want to jam, IM us on Steamboat Pound & Fit Camp (www.facebook.com/SteamboatPound).
***We recommend you bring a yoga mat, water bottle, sweat towel.
A special double bill in celebration of closing weekend with Steamboat’s Party-Grass kings, Missed the Boat, joined by rising stars The Sweet Lillies! 4 full sets of music (2 per band) starting at 9 PM. Come on down early and don’t forget your dancin’ shoes!
A 6 piece powerhouse with a sound that is both unique and timeless, BIG Something fuses elements of rock, pop, funk, and improvisation to take listeners on a journey through a myriad of musical styles. It’s no secret why this group has quickly become one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from the Southeast. Soaring guitars, synths, horns and alluring vocal hooks rise to the top of their infectious collection of songs and represent a sound that has caught the ears of such revered Summer circuit stalwarts as Galactic, moe., Robert Randolph, and even The B52s who have all tapped Big Something as direct support.
This February the group will drop their 4th full-length studio album, Tumbleweed, which was recorded once again with the help of grammy nominated producer John Custer (Corrosion of Conformity). He has produced all of their albums including Truth Serum, which was named 2014 Album of the Year by The Homegrown Music Network, making Big Something the only band ever to win this award 3 times with 3 different releases (2010, 2013, and 2014).
Policulture is the Original Mountain Reggae band from Boulder, CO. Forming in 2010 the band developed a contemporary reggae sound that is shaped by their upbringing and surrounding environment. Policulture emanates heavy drum and bass with a roots rhythm, melodic horn section, and conscious lyrics. With an understanding that music undoubtedly has the power to change the world, Policulture advocates a perspective of positivity and achievability in their music. Inspired by the tradition of roots reggae music, along with the current movement of modern roots reggae, the band is honored to have shared the stage with international touring acts including; The Wailers, Jimmy Cliff, SOJA, Rebelution, John Brown’s Body and many more.
With the release of their debut album, The Bridge, the band continues to write and create with a true passion and conviction for the future. With hopes of a successful sophomore album release in 2018, Policulture thrives from the excitement of creating powerful music with intricate melodies, unique improvisation, energetic grooves, and liberating messages.
Music That Heightens Different Senses combine the fury of punk, the street-wise soul of hip-hop and funk with an over-the-top bombastic roots party groove.
Rock influenced by Hip-Hop, Reggae, and Punk. Like the Partridge family if the Mom was Lauryn Hill and the kids were Jimi Hendrix, Common, Peter Tosh, Sid Vicious and Q-tip.
Lucid Vision takes listeners to a melodic realm of electronic-laced genre bends. Through the combination of live guitar with the unique world of designed sound, Lucid Vision demonstrates a natural balance of live-electronic music. Infinite potential unfolds as you delve into the high-energy and soulful experience, which then leaves listeners in an inspirational state.
“I believe we are able to inspire, awaken, and reach new levels of connection through music.”