Photo: Woodshed Red brings live music to the Vail Ale House
Woodshed Red takes the stage at the Vail Ale House on Saturday, Dec. 12. The band’s sound is like a train ride through the Rocky Mountains, blending the beauty of the snowy peaks with the bends of slowly winding creeks and the grit of the sheer, rocky cliffs into an audible journey with plenty of fresh air. Composed of fiddle, acoustic guitar, upright bass, drums and both male and female vocals, Woodshed Red has a smooth sound with a bit of twang that covers a repertoire of more than 150 songs that span several eras and genres. The music starts at 10 p.m., and there’s a $5 cover. Visit woodshedred.com to learn more.
Heroes look like these guys: Bill “Sarge” Brown, Bob Parker, Pete Seibert, Sandy Treat, Dick Over, Hugh Evans and so many others from the 10th Mountain Division who helped win World War II and, while building the peace, also built the ski industry in the United States.