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Rocky Mountain Country Fest at Keystone: March 13th-14th, 2020

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Warren Station at Keystone

164 Ida Belle Drive

Keystone, CO 80435

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Warren Station and 93.1 Summit Country are proud to present the third annual Rocky Mountain Country Fest at Warren Station in Keystone. Both evenings will be chock-full of RED DIRT country from some of America’s top names. Friday night is Ladies’ Night! We will start the night with Nancy Norton, one of Denver’s Top female comedians. She will warm up the crowd for the gritty, powerhouse vocals of Kylie Frey. To keep the momentum going, night two opens with a completely different set Kylie Frey. The Red Dirt newcomer, Jesse Daniel will sneak in a short set before network television award-winning Sundance Head takes the stage. We will round out the event with Jason Boland and the Stragglers which will have you whistling Dixie for the next few weeks!

All tickets are general admission, first come first served. Limited seating available. Tickets are available for purchase at www.warrenstation.com.

Friday, March 13th: Ladies Night!

6:30pm: Doors Open

7:30pm: Nancy Norton Comedy Show

8:30pm: Kylie Frey Concert

Nancy Norton- WINNER OF THE BOSTON COMEDY FESTIVAL 2018

Grand Slam Champion of Truth Be Told Story Slam 2016
Stay AWAY From Home Mom

Born the 4th of 3 children, yes 4th of 3, Norton thrives on the attention from strangers. She began touring as a standup comedian in 1991 and tours nationally and internationally, headlining clubs, colleges, cruises, and USO tours.

As Seen on TV! "Evening at the Improv" on A & E, Now streaming on Amazon Prime One-woman show, "The Yellowish-Green Girl" on PBS Featured on Nickmom Night Out on Nickelodeon.

Kylie Frey - There is an undeniable conviction behind the voice of Kylie Frey that inspires anyone who hears her to trust her. Her sincerity comes naturally as a native of the musically sacred state of Louisiana, a third-generation rodeo star and a burgeoning honky-tonk hero. Born March 3, 1995, in Opelousas, La., Frey was raised to love horses and country music as much as life itself.

She released the acclaimed Rogers collaboration “Too Bad,” which was her second No. 1 on the Texas Regional Radio Report Charts. She was one of Twain’s protégés on the inaugural season of USA Network’s “Real Country” in 2018. Another Texas chart-topper “Ain’t Enough Beer” followed in November 2018.


Saturday, March 14th: Rocky Mountain Country Fest Continues

Doors Open: 6:00pm

6:15pm: Kylie Frey

7:25pm Jesse Daniel

8:15pm Sundance Head

9:45pm Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Sundance Head- Throughout the course of his career Sundance Head has written and recorded with the likes of ZZ Top, been a top finisher on not one, but two major network talent competitions had three Number 1 songs on the Texas Music charts, has been singing his entire life and toured with some of the top artists in the business. But his latest accomplishment, his brand new album, STAINED GLASS AND NEON, produced by iconic songwriter and artist Dean Dillon, may just be his most outstanding achievement yet.

“I try to make each song personal to me and if it’s personal to me, then I know that I can really believe in the integrity of the vocals, the melody, and the song. That’s what I have to do in order for the songs to become what they are. It’s almost like method acting, except I’m doing it with songs instead of a script. I definitely try to get into the part mentally, with my soul and I want to be able to paint a story thru lyrics and thru song melody. It’s one of the most important things for me and I think we did that on this record. I think people want some validity now, they are ready for some art and some real music that has a stain on it, something not perfect and calculated. It is more natural and real, and that’s one of the things I think we were able to capture with this record,” says Sundance. “Dean found a way to really pick songs that would fit me. He dove in and he might just know me better than I know myself, I don’t know how he did it so perfectly because all of the songs just scream Sundance Head. I’m very proud of it and I couldn’t have done it without him, that’s for sure.”

Jason Boland and the Stragglers

Music is having a moment. Listeners are crying out for something true––some meaty songs that’ll give us some comfort, even as they cut closer to the bone.

Everyone is finally ready for the gritty, thundering country Jason Boland and the Stragglers have sharpened over almost 20+ years’ worth of selling out roomy venues and commanding stages across the nation.

“We’re just trying to make something that we’re proud of,” lead songwriter and vocalist Boland says. “If any more people want to take notice of it, they’re welcome.”

Since coming together in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Boland and his tight-knit crew have sold more than half a million albums independently and earned a devoted following that’s swelled far beyond the band’s red dirt roots. At a Stragglers show, oil patch roughnecks, hippies, college kids, and intelligentsia all sway side-by-side like a traveling reincarnation of Austin’s Armadillo World Headquarters in its cosmic cowboy, Willie Nelson heyday.

While the Stragglers draw from rock and folk, make no mistake: they traffic in an unfiltered, unfettered honky-tonk, raw and lean.

For 2020, the band is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of their debut album Pearl Snaps with a nationwide tour where the band will play the record front to back along with favorites from their extensive catalog. The legendary record was recorded with famed producer Lloyd Maines and behind the success of songs like “Pearl Snaps” “Somewhere Down in Texas” “Proud Souls” and others it quickly became a beloved classic and still continues to be named as a major influence for many of the top artists coming out of the Texas/Oklahoma country music scene.

Jim Beam will be sampling Whiskey drinks for FREE. A myriad of beer, wine, and cocktail specials will be in the mix as well at the Warren Station Bar. Come for a weekend of skiing/riding, and spend your nights enjoying red dirt country music at its finest. Tickets are available now at warrenstation.com.

THIS IS A FAMILY FRIENDLY SHOW- ALL AGES WELCOME. KIDS 5 AND UNDER ARE FREE.


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