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Jammy, funky, reggae band plays free Vail Valley show

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Special to the Vail DailyVail music: String Board Theory lists Govt Mule, Pink Floyd, Sound Tribe Sector 9, 10 Foot Ganja Plant, Peter Tosh and Lotus among its influences
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VAIL VALLEY, Colorado –Make sure to bring your dancing shoes and funky moves, Vail Valley, for the String Board Theory show Friday night at Main St. Grill in Edwards. The free show will begin at 10 p.m.

This Steamboat Springs band formed during the fall of 2007. Jeff Hayes, Jeff Barlow, and Tyler Kimball all met and started to jam, which led to writing innovative, body-moving songs.

String Board Theory has toured Colorado for the past three years and have locked in a solid fan base with its blend of super jammy, funky, reggae, psychedelic rock, and electronic fusion.



“The audience always wants more of what they heard because you can never have enough String Board Theory,” Barlow said. “A SBT show is like walking into a high energy, face melting, deep driving bass, solid-funky beats club where everyone is dancing, feeling great, receiving good vibes from the music as the band feeds off the crowds energy.”

The bands many influences include Govt Mule, Pink Floyd, Sound Tribe Sector 9, 10 Foot Ganja Plant, Peter Tosh and Lotus. You can check out String Board Theory’s music and tour dates at http://www.myspace.com/StringBoardTheory or search for them on Facebook.com.


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