Justice Snow’s Restaurant and Bar proudly announces the return of the Americana Music Series on March 16th with house band Let Them Roar. The live music series runs every Wednesday and Sunday night from the 16th through the 30th from 9pm to midnight and each performance will be entirely free and open to the public. Justice Snow’s Music Curator Brad Manosevitz describes the series as “a celebration of American roots music honoring the pioneers of the genre and the influence they’ve had on our own music.”
Carbondale’s Let Them Roar features Olivia Pevec on Vocals, Sophia Clark and Mateo Sandate on Vocals and Guitar, Ashton Taufer on Bass and Vocals and Aaron Taylor on Drums and Vocals. “With their enormous talent and versatility, Let Them Roar is the perfect band to anchor these performances,” said Manosevitz.
Justice Snow’s prior music curator, Jackson Emmer, founded the series in 2014. This year’s featured guests include the valley’s own Frank Martin, Pearl and Wood, Kansas City’s Steamboat Bandits as well as Brad Manosevitz himself.
“This is by no means a complete representation of the vast talent in the Roaring Fork Valley playing this kind of music,” said Manosevitz. “It’s a celebration of Americana music and a continuation of the excellent tradition started by my friend and predecessor, Jackson Emmer.”
Each night will feature a different guest artist or artists who will present their own particular take on Americana music. The evening will begin with a solo performance by the featured guest, then Let Them Roar will join them on stage for a set, and the 3rd and final set of the evening will be a mix of material presented by Let Them Roar and the featured guest of the evening.
March 16th – Bradman & Let Them Roar: A tribute to the Kings of Americana Music
March 20th – Pearl & Wood with Let Them Roar: Soul Folk
March 23rd – Frank Martin and Let Them Roar: Gram Gospel & Bluegrass
March 27th – Let Them Roar: Mountain Folk. Weaving Roots Rock & Raw Improvisation
March 30th – Steamboat Bandits: Progressive Bluegrass
For more information visit justicesnows.com and/or check out this show about the event recently recorded at GrassRoots TV: http://www.grassrootstv.org/view?showID=13918