"Absolutely fantastic. One of the most amazing sessions we've ever had." That's how David Dye, host of NPR's World Cafe, describes WPA - the folk-pop supergroup led by Glen Phillips (Toad the Wet Sprocket), Sean Watkins (Nickel Creek), and Luke Bulla (Lyle Lovett, Telluride House Band). Tickets are still available to see them perform as a quintet this Saturday night in the Wildflower Pavilion.
Listen to WPA perform live today (Friday) at noon on KBCO Studio C (97.3FM) or stream the entire album online. LA Times raves about their wonderful debut: "In songs that pulled equally from country, folk, rock, soul and pop, the group's sound was dense and full-bodied yet had a clarity that revealed the deep-seated craftiness of WPA's arrangements."
On this gorgeous, warm Saturday evening, Denver singer-songwriter Dan Craig hits the stage at 8pm with his quartet for a stirring set of folk-pop, followed by WPA at 9pm. As always, the Wildflower bar will be open to serve beer and wine, coffee & tea, popcorn; and we'll have the bonfire burning all evening along the river.
Advance tickets are still available - $20 at 303-823-0848 or shop.bluegrass.com (thru 5pm on Saturday). Or purchase your tickets - cash-only - at the door on Saturday night.
Thanks to everyone who has joined us this fall and our 3 consecutive sell-out shows in the Wildflower Pavilion. Introduce some new friends to the Wildflower this Saturday night - forward this email or surprise them with tickets. We can't wait to share this colorful autumn of music with you. See you on Saturday night.