The Cody Sisters Band - May 25th 7:30 PM

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Their music falls from the clouds like a soft warm rain and in an instant thunders down like a Colorado storm. Audiences are left emotional, inspired, and exhilarated all at the same time. The soft sister harmonies remind the crowd of a simpler, slower time. As the show builds, the award winning sound of their guitars, mandolins, banjos, and bass will fill the hall such that the audience is swimming in roaring river of perfect sound. These are just three musicians, but their almost entirely acoustic sound is the feeling of a full orchestra. Seeing the Cody Sisters Band is an experience. These young women and their bass player fuse so many different influences, it’s often difficult to define them. The Cody Sisters experience blends Old Time, Swing, Gypsy Jazz, Jazz, Folk, and Modern Bluegrass together in a completely unique sound that stays with the audiences for weeks to come. Their original songs and sound always leaves a lasting impression. Not simply a family band by any stretch of the imagination. Any bio of the Cody Sisters would be remiss if their chief roadie ‘Heather’ wasn’t mentioned. While not on stage, her influence provides the perfect grounding for this unique sound.

The Savage Hearts - Wednesday,July 10th 7:30 PM

Cody Sisters

The Savage Hearts Trio is a fiery stage act that features three powerful lead female vocalists who have come together in a spicy tribute to the unsung women of classic country and bluegrass music. Featuring Tracy Lynn, Jodi Harbin and Annie Savage with assorted twin fiddlers and guest artists, the band's drill-it-to-the wall lady-vocals and bombastic instrumentals blended with just the right amount of saucy “been there done that” stage banter has audiences laughing and crying at the same time! Virtuosic instrumentals soar above vocals that are hotter than the punch of a ghost pepper in the middle of a hot flash.

“The most wayward prodigal would have trouble resisting the compelling grace that exudes from The Savage Hearts Trio ”

    - Greg Blake (The Colorado Bluegrass Music Society)

Acoustic Eidolon

July 14th 7:30

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Fate has a magical way of bringing people together. Take the case of Joe and Hannah, aka Acoustic Eidolon. In 1995, Hannah, a studio cellist, received a call to play on a Boulder ensemble’s record. Hannah listened in amazement as directions to the recording studio told her to turn on a small road near her home, and then turn down her own street past her house!

Little did Hannah know that across the street and three houses away lived Joe, the greatest double-neck guitjo player in the world (OK, the only double-neck guitjo player in the world).

A few years after they met, Joe and Hannah both found themselves between full-time musical engagements. Joe called Hannah, saying he’d always wanted to hear the cello and the guitjo together. He had a feeling the harp-like sound of the guitjo, combined with the warmth of Hannah’s cello, would be beautiful together. So on a snowy day in February 1998, they got together to play for the first time. What happened next was magic. Captivated by the music they created together, Joe and Hannah immediately agreed to clear out their schedules, start rehearsing full-time, and form what would become Acoustic Eidolon.

But, fate wasn’t finished with Hannah and Joe. What started as a musical/business partnership and friendship blossomed into their marriage on October 14, 2001. Hannah and Joe (and sons Zach and Alex) became a family. Joe and Hannah joke that this was a marriage of convenience since they were already together all the time anyway! But, anyone watching them perform can feel the love that draws them together. Their love for one another, and their passion for life, speaks through their music.

Doug and Cindy - Wednesday,July 17th 7:30 PM, Friday, August 9th, 7:30 PM, Friday, September 13, 7:30 PM

Cody Sisters

And now, returning to the Lake City Stage by popular demand. The Las Vegas award winning impressionist, Doug Stiel and vocalist Cindy Bissell! They bring you the best in music, comedy and impromptu humor that will leave you in stitches. Doug & Cindy bring an edgy yet down home comedy seldom seen in the entertainment industry. Just as their show has mesmerized a multitude of audiences from around the world, they now grace you with love , laughter and memories that will last a lifetime. Prepare to be entertained with the best of legendary country, rock-n-roll, Broadway, soul and famous Hollywood personalities.

                              “Take a moment, give us a minute and we will give you a memory”

Mito De Soto

August 23rd, 7:30

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Mito de Soto is a well-known Spanish-American guitarist. His nickname Mito is a play on words; translated into English, mito means "myth"; but phonetically may be misinterpreted as a diminutive for Miguelito. De Soto uses mito as a unique musical nickname incorporating both his first and last names interpreting Mito de Soto as "myth of the grove."