Posts tagged Musicians
Barbara Jo and the Hippie Buckaroos played at Shine Gathering Place in Boulder, February 24, 2017. Our first time at Shine was a fun exciting night, we were joined in the first set, by The Darling Ravens another wonderful group of talented musicians. Here are the Darling Ravens playing that evening, hope you enjoy it and if you’d like to see us at your next event please contact us through our website http://hippiebuckaroos.com
The Hippie Buckaroos are a group of accomplished, seasoned musicians who love playing local festivals in the Boulder/Denver area or Fort Collins & Colorado Springs. They grew up in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s with a passion and love for music, proclaimed through an exceptional mix of tunes, from Classic country, Bluegrass, Folk, Gospel, Western Swing, and Cajun style music either outdoors or in intimate indoor settings.
If you are having a hippie country western party, who better than Barbara Jo and the Hippie Buckaroos!
January 12th, 2017
January 4th, 2017
Jann goes to the Pearl Street Mall during the summer to check out the Pearl Street Arts Festival, Band on the Bricks and kids playing Pokemon Go.
Bart’s Record Shop is a small CD and vinyl store run by Bart Stinchcomb, the original owner of Bart’s CD Cellar and Record Shop. It’s located at 1625 Folsom in Boulder, Colorado. Hours are Sunday-Wednesday 11-6 and Thursday -Saturday 11-7. Phone 303-444-1760
Monday – Wednesday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thusday – Saturday: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Bart's CD Cellar In Store Performances by Saul Williams, Eddie from Ohio and the North Mississippi Allstars
We visit the Boulder Farmer’s Market in the summer and the Boulder Channel 1 booth is giving away free shoes and other great items to a some very lucky guests, Gabe Lee gets the honors of making the donation. Then Jann says goodbye to Amy, one of Boulder Channel 1’s producers and we talk with some of the people and animals around and then some of the other businesses, The Boulder International Fringe Festival and Word is Out Women’s Bookstore to name a few, and Gary Shakleford plays us a few tunes on his guitar.