Blues guitarist plays Vail’s Street Beat
VAIL – Fiery blues-rock artist Danielia Cotton takes the stage at The Arrabelle at Vail Square on Wednesday at 6 p.m. for the second to last show in the Street Beat free concert series. Cotton’s music is a mix of soul, folk, blues, jazz and rock ‘n’ roll. Cotton has played clubs and festivals around the country and has opened for some of the biggest names in rock, R&B and blues including the Allman Brothers, B.B. King, Bon Jovi, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Robert Cray. Her latest release, “Live Child,” is a document of her live set and a companion piece to her 2008 studio album, “Rare Child.” Cotton’s philosophy on her music is simply stated: “Once you sell your soul, I think it’s very hard to get it back.”The 2010 Bud Light Street Beat free concert series culminates on April 14 with a Michael Jackson tribute titled “Thriller” featuring DJ Logic. The final show also features the Volvo Grand Prize giveaway, a 2011 Volvo C30. Locals with a valid ID can register for the Volvo and each show, while guests can register to win a Quark Antarctic Expedition for two that will be awarded in June.
What: Street Beat featuring Danielia CottonWhen: 6 p.m. WednesdayWhere: The Arrabelle at Vail SquareMore: http://www.streetbeatconcerts.com or 888-883-VAIL(8245)