Saturday, July 7 4:30 pm • OuterLocal Summer Games • Free
Openers: Isaac Hayden & Friends with special guest Michael Scalabrino, Lazy Eyes
Boom Chick is a rock n’ roll duo consisting of Frank Hoier on guitar and vocals and Moselle Spiller on drums. Boom Chick’s sound is born out of an ecstatic love for atomic 50’s rock n’ roll, spooky Delta blues, reverb-laced surf rock, 60’s girl group melodies, and the classic catalogs of Chess & Sun Records. Their first album “Show Pony” was released in November of 2010 and quickly garnered a significant amount of indie press and praise from regional New York publications as well as national magazines. According to Magnet Magazine’s BEST OF 2010: Boom Chick gets “straight to the grimy, messy heart of rock n’ roll.”
Saturday, June 23 5:30 pm • Free
Opener: Whiskey Mornin’
Utterly natural. There’s no more fitting description for both the music of The Dunwells as well as the story of their magical rise from the pubs of Leeds, England to an American record deal and a stunning debut album in just two short years. The group is two brothers, two cousins and totaling five best mates who simply love to sing and play music, and do so together. “We are genuinely best mates,” explains singer, songwriter and guitarist Joseph Dunwell. “We sometimes bicker and fight, but then we hug and make up and go out for a drink.”
JH Weekly, Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Jackson Hole, Wyo.-It’s been a long time coming folks. A free, all-ages, outdoor concert series in the town of Jackson—JacksonHoleLive begins this week!
A collaboration between Center Management, Inc., the operators of the Snow King Sports and Event Center, Shannon McCormick of Live Event Strategies, and the Town of Jackson brings the community six weeks of free music with proceeds to benefit youth sports programs and basic operations at the Center. Talks of a local series have been in the works since the beginning of Teton Valley’s Music on Main series (started in 2006), and the local series that was originally proposed for the summer of 2008.
“With these concerts, the entire family will enjoy great music in a community setting at Snow King,” said Jackson Mayor Mark Barron. McCormick added, “We’ve gone to a flexible schedule to accommodate everyone’s busy summer schedules.We have done our best to avoid conflicts with other music events and are excited to bring free live music to town.”