"For the past 20 years, Reed Foehl has been one of our most consistent and solid songwriters. He expresses things with emotional accuracy and a warmth of performance.” So said Folks Festival M.C. (and owner of Albums on the Hill), Andy Schneidkraut in today's Longmont Times-Call. Check out the feature article previewing Reed's upcoming album "Old Country Fair" and tomorrow night's Wildflower show in Lyons.
Tomorrow night (Saturday, April 11) Reed shares the stage with two of our other favorite Colorado songwriters - Jefferson Hamer and Jami Lunde - for a collaborative evening of music. Stream several exclusive tracks from Reed Foehl and Jami Lunde at www.wildflowerpavilion.com, then purchase your tickets now. Advance tickets will be available online - shop.bluegrass.com - until 5pm on Saturday for just $10, with no handling fees. Tickets will also be available at the dooor on Saturday, starting at 7pm, for $12 - cash-only.
As always, we'll be serving beer, wine, and hot drinks; parking is free and convenient on the Planet Bluegrass Ranch (here's a map); the Pavilion will be cozy and warm; and weather-permitting we might even strum some tunes around a bonfire by the river. Bring the family and become a part of the Wildflower community.
We're still looking for a few more Wildflower street team members to hang a few posters at local hangouts. Email WildflowerTeam@bluegrass.com and tell us a little about yourself. We'll make it worth your while.
Or be your own street team by bringing a buddy to an upcoming show; become our friend on Facebook; or just forward this email to some fellow music lovers. Thanks for all your support. We can't wait to see you tomorrow night.