February 23 @ 9:30 pm
Every time this seven piece Reno band plays here, you can count on a dance party of epic proportions. Do some extra stretching in advance because this is a horn-driven, funk and soul machine. Once this train gets a rollin’, there ain’t no stoppin’ it. The x-factor in the equation is one of the hottest, most captivating frontwomen in the biz – Jenes Carter. Shazam!
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February 24 @ 9:00 pm
Cascade Crescendo is a blazing hot bluegrass/Americana band from Portland. Prepare to behold high-octane, freewheeling picking on a treasure trove of original material. The recipe consists of captivating lead vocals by Hunter White, blazing fast mandolin licks by Aden Beck, and creative, thumping bass lines by Taylor Skiles. Last but not least is Harrison Olk who unleashes hair-raising, Scruggs-style banjo and high lonesome harmonies. It’s the kind of music where you can’t help but smile.
Opener: One Grass Two Grass
Standing on the shoulders of the contemporary string band movement, One Grass Two Grass forge their own style of folk meets old-time meets rock meets bluegrass craze. This Bay Area band has a deep understanding of bluegrass roots and old mountain tunes, while blazing trails on the progressive forefront of what these genres represent today.
February 28 @ 9:00 pm
We are ecstatic to announce the triumphant return of an artist who has long since secured his spot in the Crazy Horse Hall of Fame. This one-man-band phenomenon has treated us to performances in previous years which instantly became the stuff of legend. He’s way more than a singer/guitarist/songwriter…he’s an ultra-sonic shaman who channels music which transcends simple definition. A Zach Deputy show is a full immersion in a womb of island-infused drum ‘n bass, primal funk gumbo and gospel ninja soul.
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March 2 @ 9:30 pm
Bursting with soul-drenched positivity and sexuality, Dragondeer are modern-day bluesmen from Denver with an unmistakable “x-factor.” Drawing comparisons to The Black Keys and Jack White, they have already carved out a sound which is distinctively their own. Driven by a powerful lyrical and vocal presence, they thrive on steering their instrumentation into a psychedelic landscape. There’s something afoot here and we can’t wait to get to the bottom of it.
Moondog Matinee is a bluesy soulful rock band from Reno with many tricks up its sleeve. The pairing of these two bands makes for a dynamic collaboration.
March 3 @ 10:00 pm
The Lique (pronounced “leak”) from Las Vegas bring us live hip hop at its finest. We’re talking about a cutting edge emcee with irresistible flow, bursting forth with conscious lyrical provocation. Imagine that atop a funky, soulful, jazz-a-licious four-piece band laying down the tasty grooves. It’s the ultimate foundation upon which to build a sound unlike anything we’ve had at the Crazy Horse.
March 8 @ 9:30 pm
This six-piece Bay Area band marches to the beat of its own drum. Since 2007 they have sent shockwaves across dance floors far and wide with their irresistible fusion of live electronic beats laced with driving percussion, pulsating funk, jungle soul and hypnotic reggae. It’s the sort of eclectic sound that encompasses everything in its path and sets it ablaze. You’ll recognize trombonist Alan Williams from other Crazy Horse favorites – Afrofunk Experience and Candelaria.
March 9 @ 5:00 pm
This San Diego jamband has left the Crazy Horse crowd in a state of amazement on multiple occasions. Their signature fusion of high-octane rock, groove-funk, speed jazz, swanky hip-hop and So Cal reggae is something to marvel upon. They have a keen sense of showmanship, thoughtful lyrics, deep grooves and big ears for improvisation. Their fresh new lineup has lit a fire under the band as they move into the great beyond with laser focus.
March 10 @ 10:00 pm
This band from Joshua Tree is blazing through the collective consciousness from coast to coast. Gene Evaro Jr. is a virtuoso guitarist with a voice drenched in honey and a timeless spirit. His band (which happens to include one of the most bad ass female bassists you’ve ever seen and two ferocious horn players) is a multi-limbed organism swimming through a sea of soul, R&B aphrodisia, shimmering rock and funky grooves. He brought the house down each time he has played the Crazy Horse. His stage presence and seductive sound draw inspiration from legends like Prince and Marvin Gaye.
March 11 @ 8:30 pm
Jerry Joseph is an acclaimed singer/songwriter/guitarist best known for his monumental contributions to Widespread Panic’s song catalog. He is a force of nature, cutting to the core of raw emotion through his lyrical mastery. His songs often possess a dark undercurrent, contrasted beautifully with themes of salvation. Along with his band, who are legends in their home of Portland, OR, they embark on a special acoustic tour. Their typically heavy exploration through the realms of rock, soul, blues and gritty Americana will shimmer with elegance and nuance in this stripped down format. This is our version of going to church on a Sunday.