Our 2017 musical entertainment lineup feature three fantastic performers. Cari Dell is back! Cari kept the festivities rockin’ last year and we are excited to see her again.
Cari Dell Trio — The Cari Dell Trio is a multifaceted band that plays everything from Chuck Berry to Led Zeppelin, to Adele. Cari Dell is a superb guitarist with an amazing vocal range. Her band continues to impress audiences everywhere with a wide variety of music that keeps her audiences dancing and wanting more. For more information about Cari and her trio, please check out her official site at Cari Dell’s Official Site.
J.Miller Band — J.Miller is staking his claim! Miller will captivate you with his Acoustic Set, or quickly get you up on your feet with one of the many formations of The J.Miller Band. Miller’s songwriting is very genuine. He grew up in Northwest Indiana among the smokestacks of “Steel Mill Country” and those midwestern small town experiences shine through in his songwriting. His voice runs like an old small block engine, steady and smooth.
Electric Band: Miller, Jason Gilmore, Rick Starkey, and Teddy Nazario.
String Band: Miller, Jason Gilmore, Derek Gray, and Andrew Koken.
Lifetime Members: Hans Schopen-Drums, Ben Lewis-Fiddle, Jason Jackson-Harmonies/Dobro
WINNER-2015 Best Americana Artist-Colorado Springs Independent Music Awards-The J.Miller Band
WINNER- Best Country Album-One More High One More Low- 2015 New Mexico Music Awards
WINNER-Album of the Year-One More High One More Low-2014 Colorado Springs Independent Music Awards
For more information about J.Miller and his band, please check out his official site at J.Miller Band Official Site.
The BUS — Joe Uveges, KJ Braithwaite, and Jim Sokol have the kind of vocal blend that stops a crowd in mid murmur. Their covers of CSN are the stuff of local legend. KJ Braithwaite, a rock and rockabilly guitar wizard, feels guitar in the same way as Eric Clapton, less is more, and space speaks. With numerous years and 3 albums under his belt, he is also one of the best songwriters in town. Jim Sokol has been part of 4 albums with Joe Uveges including the critically acclaimed “Up Please,” a 2008 release that also features Phil Volan. His voice could be Irish Tenor, it could be Sting, it could be David Grey, it both screams and whispers. A historic performance for a beer festival to be sure.
5 Gazette “Best Of” awards including 2011 and 2012 “Best Solo Musician” awards
Publishing credits in film and with Goodnight Kiss Music out of CA
8 albums released, the latest recorded in Nashville with Stephanie Pauline (When the Smoke Clears).
For more information please check out his facebook page at Joe Uveges Music Facebook Page.