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Finding The Cure For Love in the Vail Valley

Charlie Owen
Daily Correspondent
Vail, CO Colorado
Special to the Daily
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Megan Burtt and The Cure For Love with the Tim Blane Band at Sandbar

Megan Burtt, a singer and songwriter from Denver, will perform a free show tonight at the Sandbar Sports Grill in West Vail. Known for her elegant voice and songwriting prowess, Burtt mixes folk-rock sensibilities with lyrical honesty. She’s joined on stage by her band The Cure For Love. The Tim Blane Band from Denver will also perform tonight.

The show is free and starts at 10 p.m. To learn more call 970-476-4314



Better Than Bacon at the Saltwater Cowboy

It’s a bold statement to say that anything is better than bacon, but even if they don’t taste as good, Fort Collins band Better Than Bacon does have a lot of sizzle on the stage. They call their sound “funky folk ‘n’ roll with an old soul,” a description that goes to the heart of this four-piece band’s music. Better Than Bacon have toured the world and now is your chance to see them locally.



The show is free and starts at 10 p.m. To learn more call 970-949-0609

DJ Steazy at Finnegan’s Wake

DJ Steazy will spin house and mash-ups tonight at Finnegan’s Wake in Avon.



The music starts at 10 p.m. and is free. To learn more call 970-748-4610.

DJ Evan Templeton at Samana Lounge

To see a DJ who’s in tune with what’s going on with the bigger clubs all over the world then check out DJ Evan Templeton at Samana Lounge.

“He blends a lot of styles – hop-hop into electronic … he’s pretty progressive with what he’s got going on but he keeps it really diversified as well,” said Scotty Stoughton, nightlife host for Samana Lounge. “He’s been a really good DJ for us.”

The show starts at 10 p.m. and is free. For more information call 970-476-3433.

The Congress play Main St. Grill

The Congress return to the valley tonight for a free show at Main St. Grill in Edwards. This Denver-based band brings a Southern-rock appeal to the stage along with lots of intensity. Mixing the classic styles of bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd and Molly Hatchet with modern alt-country bands like Wilco and Drive-By Truckers, The Congress know how to crank up the volume and rock out.

The music starts at 10 p.m. and is free. To learn more call 970-926-2729.

Down The Hatch at Saltwater Cowboy

You can support the local music scene tonight by making a stop at the Saltwater Cowboy in Avon to catch the valley’s up and coming reggae rock band Down The Hatch.

The show is free and starts at 10 p.m. To learn more call 970-949-0609.

Jon Wayne and The Pain at Sandbar

Hailing from Minnesota, Jon Wayne and The Pain is a three-piece reggae and ska band that has been touring the country since its inception in 2005. With influences like Bob Marley and Bad Brains to name a few, Jon Wayne and The Pain are sure to bring the good vibes and fun beats to the Sandbar in West Vail tonight.

The show is free and starts at 10 p.m. To learn more call 970-476-4314.

DJ Psychonaut spins at Samana Lounge

In case you haven’t noticed, DJ Psychonaut had been making the rounds at clubs throughout the valley. His latest stop is at Samana Lounge in Vail tonight.

“He’s a really progressive Colorado producer known for his reggae and dub tracks,” said Scotty Stoughton, nightlife host for Samana Lounge. “When he plays at Samana he does more of a club set. He’ll do ’80s and ’90s dance and switch from hip-hop to house.”

If the dance floor is your destination, check out DJ Psychonaut and see what all the hype is about.

The show starts at 10 p.m. and is free. For more information call 970-476-3433.

DJ Lito at Saltwater DJ Lito at Saltwater Cowboy

DJ Lito brings his Miami sounds to the Saltwater Cowboy for an evening of nasty scratching and mixing on the turntables.

Heavily influenced by the Latin-flavored sounds of Miami, DJ Lito mixes everything from house to hip-hop in his very high-energy show.

The music starts at 10 p.m. and is free. To learn more call 970-949-0609.


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