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Amoramora

The buzz surrounding this band from Boulder, CO is reaching a fever pitch. They have processed all their influences into a spine-tingling blend of funky jam-rock, spiraling electro excursions and mesmerizing jazz fusion. Their astronomic compositions take audiences on an adventurous journey while whimsical and captivating lyrics fuel the fire of musical imagery. WATCH THIS!

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The Higgs

Blending the sounds of Southern Rock with the vibe of Southern California, the Higgs blur musical boundaries. This up-and-coming juggernaut weaves a sonic tapestry of funky electro jam rock, blues and reggae into what they like to refer to as Cosmic California Rock. WATCH THIS!

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Blue Lotus

Each time Blue Lotus has played the Crazy Horse, it has been an awe-inspiring experience for everyone in the audience. Led by the timeless vocal presence of Brandelyn Rose and visionary guitar artistry of Felix Blades (who makes Jerry Garcia and Steve Kimock proud every time he takes the stage), Blue Lotus opens a portal […]

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Roosevelt Collier’s California Get Down

In the pantheon of bands who have chiseled their name in Crazy Horse lore, this one is right near the top of the list. Sacred pedal steel guitarist/vocalist Roosevelt Collier is one of the most highly respected musicians on the scene today. He has shared the stage with a wide spectrum of greats including The […]

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Kung Fu

w/Todd Gardner Band

Kung Fu blurs the line between intense electro-fusion and blistering dance arrangements. The band draws on such influences as early Headhunters and Weather Report and merges these ideas with a contemporary EDM informed sensibility. Imagine 70’s funk-fusion meets a modern dance party. Last time they played here it was utterly jaw-dropping. Tim Palmieri is one […]

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Shaky Feelin’

It’s been a couple of years since this So. Cal jamband has graced our stage and we couldn’t be more excited for their return. Shaky Feelin’ blends funky rock with sun-blistered reggae and a dose of electro-jamgrass. The high-octane mix will ignite the dance floor and have you reaching for the sky. The guitar wizardry […]

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Colonel and the Mermaids

With roots stemming from Phil Lesh’s Terrapin Crossroads, this psychedelic rock band is tapped in to a boundless source of creativity. Led by guitarist/vocalist Alex Koford (Phil Lesh & the Terrapin Family Band), Colonel and the Mermaids wield a raw, primal impact drawing from Americana roots with a progressive, indie rock sense of urgency. Their […]

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Reed Mathis & Electric Beethoven

Hatched from the visionary (and delightfully demented) mind of bass pioneer Reed Mathis (Billy [Kreutzmann] & The Kids, Tea Leaf Green, Steve Kimock and Friends, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey), this project embodies the genesis of a new musical genre – CDM (classical dance music). This entirely fresh improvisational journey is built upon the foundation of […]

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The Moves Collective (10pm)

This funky jam-grass sensation from San Diego has been turning a lot of heads lately. They just won “Best Americana Band” at the 2017 San Diego Music Awards. Reminiscent of early String Cheese Incident and The Avett Brothers, except with a strong female vocal presence, this is music that just makes you feel good. Their […]

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Scott Pemberton Band

Scott Pemberton’s sound is synonymous with the vibe of his native Portland: fun, funky and just the right amount of weird. Referred to as the “Bruce Lee of rock ‘n roll,” you’ve never seen anyone attack the guitar like him. His band of musical assassins cook up a dynamic stew of funky “Timber Rock”, tropical […]

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