Today, Kitchen Dwellers share their new song “Stand At Ease.” In collaboration with Backline, and in time for World Mental Health Day, October 10. No matter how silent the struggle with mental health may seem, its effects loom as loudly as an earthquake throughout the music industry. Without prejudice, even heroes sometimes succumb to its throes.
In the fall of 2020, with live concerts and gatherings on hold, Andy Frasco, Kitchen Dwellers, Mihali (Twiddle), and Shawn Eckels (Andy Frasco & The UN) embarked on an extraordinary road trip to the Southeastern U.S. where the group would play a series of concerts that would become known as the "Isolation: Concerts For No One."
Out of an abundance of caution, we must postpone the Kitchen Dwellers NYE performances on December 31st, 2020 / January 1st, 2021 / January 2nd, 2021 at the Boulder Theater to the following dates: March 26th, 2021 / March 27th, 2021 / March 28th, 2021. All existing tickets will be honored. If you're unable to attend due to the new date, refunds will be available for the next 30 days at point of purchase. Thank you for understanding.
“This all started as a series of jam sessions in the kitchen,” says Joe Funk, bassist for the breakout progressive bluegrass band Kitchen Dwellers. “We were getting together to play covers and traditional music and old-time tunes for fun after school, and everything else just evolved from there.”
Join us on the high plains under the stars for an evening of the Kitchen Dwellers & Salmon's Leftovers feat. Drew Emmitt, Andy Thorn, Greg Garrison, Alwyn Robinson and Tyler Grant. Live from The Chinook Drive-In at Terry Bison Ranch. You must be 18 years or older to attend.
Kitchen Dwellers have recently announced "Live From The Cabin,” a two-night live streaming concert taking place July 31 and Aug 1 airing live each night at 9 PM EST. The special shows will be broadcast to the world from the Bridger Mountains in Montana right outside of the Kitchen Dwellers' home base of Bozeman. The band will also play a special set exploring the music of Pink Floyd.
Returning for its eight year to the delight of four-season festival goers, WinterWonderGrass Festival will return yet again to Lake Tahoe, California at Squaw Valley Resort on March 27th-29th. Founded by Scotty Stoughton, a lifelong musician and festivalgoer alike, WinterWonderGrass, “aims to cultivate and nurture the relationship between nature, authentic music, and communal family, creating a vehicle for inspiration,” according to its mission statement.