Telluride Brews and Blues Festival 2016
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Howard Tate had a voice to be reckoned with. In the 1960s, he sang soul music that was as cool as lemonade and as hot as a deep fryer. Elvis Costello once dubbed him "the missing link between Jackie Wilson and Al Green." In the late 1970s, after making three stellar albums, Tate left the music business. His absence led some to assume that he'd lost his battle with addiction and homelessness, but he reappeared in a big way. Tate brought his soul music to Telluride Blues & Brews in 2006, RIP Howard Tate. See more pictures of his stellar performance here:
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Shovels and Rope
"The pair generate a sound that is big, loud and raucous, with classic rock-indebted vocal harmonies that serve the slightly cynical message of the song well" via Rolling Stone. Watch a live version of "I Know" by 2016 #TellurideBlues alums Shovels and Rope on the Conan O'Brien Presents: Team Coco show.
Black Joe Lewis
Excited for the new album "Backlash" from #TellurideBlues veteran Black Joe Lewis coming out in a few months on February 10th. You can preorder the new album at www.BlackJoeLewis.com. We can't wait to see Joe back in Telluride this New Year's Eve at the Sheridan Opera House and hope to hear some of the new songs!
One of our favorite #TellurideBlues alums The Revivalists played their hit song "Wish I Knew You" on the Ellen DeGeneres show today! Watch the full song below. We love these guys...
Old man winter finally woke up in Telluride! It's a beautiful day here with 16" of fresh snow in the last 48 hours.
Today and everyday we are grateful for the continuous support and contributions from our fans and festival attendees. We have a deep appreciation of the amazing community of individuals that come back each year to help us create and celebrate our unique event! Happy Thanksgiving!
Anders Osborne Debuts "Tomorrow Is Another Day" // Gondola Sessions
Previously unreleased song from Anders Osborne debuted in Telluride with our friends Gondola Sessions! "Tomorrow Is Another Day" is sad, inquisitive and reassuring. This song feels like it was meant for acoustic, and we are stoked that he decided to share it at Blues & Brews - let us know what you think in the comments!
Anders Osborne "Flower Box" (acoustic) // Gondola Sessions
We just can’t get enough of Anders Osborne. He’s appeared at this festival more than any other artist and with good reason. This acoustic version of "Flower Box" is very similar to the album version, though the stripped-down style results in a track that is a minute shorter and really puts the lyrics in your face.
A. J. Fullerton (ft. Nic Clark) "She's So Cold" // Gondola Sessions
On this round of Gondola Sessions live from Telluride, A.J. Fullerton switched out his Dobrato for his old trusty acoustic guitar for "She's So Cold". The day Fullerton got this guitar he dropped it and gave it a nick. Since, he has added a pickup, 9V battery and control knobs, giving the guitar a unique look and sound.
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