Great Music for the whole family
15504 Bradshaw Road - Peyton, Colorado
Doors open 6:30pm
Show time 7:00pm
Admission $7, kids free
Adam Gardino, Patrick Hoppe, Jory Lane and Luke Tripp
Most groups drive a large van to haul themselves and their gear to shows. Weasel Co. needs an extra trailer just to carry their resumes.
You won't find a more talented, more musical or more highly skilled group of musicians anywhere than you will on our stage May 19th.
Yes, folks. Jory Lane has done it again. He has pulled together four of the best musicians in Colorado. Weasel Co. is Jory on mandolin, Luke Tripp on fiddle, Adam Gardino on guitar and Patrick Hoppe on stand up bass.
Awards range from National Championships on their instruments to performing with top groups and musicians nationwide.
I know you are interested in a great show, right? That you will definitely get.
Weasel Co. draws from their vast repertoire of original compositions and familiar classics, favorites and new songs while mixing up styles to suit every taste. If you like country, swing, bluegrass, gospel, instrumentals and great harmonies you've got it all. In fact, they are so accustomed to having a good time on stage they might just take off in an unplanned direction.
One thing is for sure, they do plan to treat you to the best evening you have had for a very long time. So get ready.
Hey, invite some friends and neighbors. They need to know about Buffalo Grass concerts too.
Remember to join us for our famous open jam at five thirty. Toe tappers welcome!
The show begins at 7:00. See you there.
Mark Gillick songs could be described as Americana/Contemporary Folk. They are snapshots of everyday life with some twists and turns, a trip down the country back roads and a ride down memory lane when the pace of life was a bit more relaxed.
Mark has performed in Texas, California and Colorado both as a performing songwriter and as an actor.
Originally from Canada, Mark's music influences are Gordon Lightfoot, Harry Chapin, James Taylor and John Prine to name a few.
A Colorado native, Diane Varner has been around music all her life.
From singing in school choirs, church choirs and worship teams to currently singing in the classic rock band, Untethered, based out of Elizabeth, CO.
In 2007, a cancer diagnosis inspired her bucket list to include learning to play a dulcimer.
It started with the hammered dulcimer and moved to the mountain dulcimer several years later.
As a member of the Parker Acoustic Society, she has grown with the different genres of music played within the group. Music and singing helped her recover from the effects of cancer treatment and as a universal language, she wants you to sit back and relax to the "sweet sounds" of the mountain dulcimer.