Kyle Hollingsworth’s Hoppy Holidays-now in its third year supporting local non-profit Conscious Alliance-keeps on giving Coloradans what they want. With over thirty breweries pouring their best suds for those peeled away from the couch and college football, jubilant times flourished under the signature Fillmore chandeliers.
Veteran jam-masters, The String Cheese Incident checked into Eugene’s (Ore.) Cuthbert Amphitheater for a pair of reliably freaky shows, though the first night's performance was the juicier, more driven and musically intriguing offering.
KYLE HOLLINGSWORTH--keyboardist of The String Cheese Incident and beer aficionado--is back at it again with his third annual Hoppy Holidays beer festival and concert to The Fillmore Auditorium in Denver on Saturday, December 3.
The excitement from the kick-off to Electric Forest 2016 continued into Day 2 of the 6thannual festival. On the morning of Friday, June 24 - whether having spent the night in a tent in the EF campgrounds, in one of EF’s Good Life Village VIP furnished European cabanas, or in a Good Life VIP Back 40 Log Cabin or Home - fans awoke ready to continue exploring the many adventures awaiting them.
Bluegrass aficionado and The String Cheese Incident frontman Billy Nershi is a man of many tools. When he’s not on the road playing sold out concert halls with his band The String Cheese Incident, he’s sitting in with some of his favorite local artists in his home state of Colorado and pushing musical boundaries to new limits.
The String Cheese Incident is in the midst of their expansive March Madness tour of the West. The run has thus far seen enthusiastic crowds, intimate venues, and resilient playing from the band. Their two set shows have highlighted a career retrospective of tunes and expansively inspired grooves. The two Fox Theater gigs last weekend are being heralded as the fiercest of the tour yet.
Colorado’s born and bred The String Cheese Incident has significantly elevated their concert experience since they began jamming together in 1993. Their first audiences were at the base of ski lifts in Telluride, Colorado; picking in exchange for a lift ticket for whoever was around to take notice.