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Woodlands Tavern
Mon April 22, 2019 6:00 pm
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Skott Brown & Cliff Starbuck will play as a duo with a variety of stringed instruments: guitar, banjo, mandolin, violin, baritone uke, & bass. Songs will be a mixture of originals, covers & traditionals in Americana fashion

Woodlands Tavern
Wed April 24, 2019 6:00 pm (Doors: 5:00 pm )
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Woodlands Tavern
Thu April 25, 2019 7:00 pm
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Woodlands Tavern
Fri April 26, 2019 7:00 pm
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Woodlands Tavern
Sat April 27, 2019 7:00 pm
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Woodlands Tavern
Sun April 28, 2019 1:00 pm
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Join School of Rock Dublin in celebrating our Spring Season at Woodlands Tavern, Sunday April 28th. Featuring the following acts: Rock 101 The Wrecking Crew Fleetwood Mac Modern Rock DOORS @ 1PM // TIX $8 ADV, $10 DOS All A... Read more

Join School of Rock Dublin in celebrating our Spring Season at Woodlands Tavern, Sunday April 28th. Featuring the following acts:

Rock 101

The Wrecking Crew

Fleetwood Mac

Modern Rock

DOORS @ 1PM // TIX $8 ADV, $10 DOS

All Ages
 
 
 

Woodlands Tavern
Sun April 28, 2019 7:00 pm
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 Sunny Sweeney is the party and the morning after. She’s the quip that makes you laugh and the truth that makes you cry, the devil that’s egging you on and the angel whispering that you aren’t alone. But those compellin... Read more
 Sunny Sweeney is the party and the morning after. She’s the quip that makes you
laugh and the truth that makes you cry, the devil that’s egging you on and the angel
whispering that you aren’t alone. But those compelling contradictions aren’t what’s
most interesting about Sweeney: it’s the depth and brazen authenticity she brings to all her roles that grabs you and won’t let go.
“I’ve grown up doing the bar scenes, and you have to have drinking and partying songs there-–you have to,” Sweeney says. “Now, my songs are still about the same things,but I feel like they’re more mature versions.”
Sweeney’s salty wisdom and Texas-hewn soprano have never sounded stronger than
they do on Trophy, her anticipated new album.
Trophyis a breakthrough––the albumwe all suspected she was capable of making. The wit and honesty that have always defined her stone-cold country have blossomed into confessional, complex songwriting for grown-ups, still whiskey-drenched and honk-tonk-ready. Drugs, death,
the ex-wife, drinking, devotion, and longing for a child: it’s all here, raw and real.
“I have not felt this good about music in a really long time,” Sweeney says from her
front porch in Texas. “I’m really excited.”
The success of artists including Margo Price, Brandy Clark, Kacey Musgraves, Miranda Lambert, and others make it seem like the world is more open now than ever before to smart women singing smart country. It’s about time. Sweeney is a veteran of the trade,and has logged her miles the old-school way. A three-year residency at the Poodle Dog
Lounge in Austin––“It was a dump,” she says. “They didn’t even have a credit card
machine or liquor license.”––along with improv and stand-up comedy experience wenta long way toward teaching her how to hold a room of cynical drunks in the palm of her hand.
The mastery of holes in the wall, major label stint, and serious songwriting chops make Sweeney something of a rarity: an artist with barroom cred, mainstream validation, and songs meaty enough for listening rooms. Or, as
Rolling Stone
put it in September 2016:“Sweeney is one of the rare entertainers who can hold her own at CMA Fest as well asAmericanaFest.”
Produced by Grammy nominee Dave Brainard (Brandy Clark’s12 Stories) and recordedat Sound Emporium and Decibel Studios in Nashville,Trophgoes 10 songs deepwithout a single throwaway line. While Sweeney wrote with her longtime favoritesincluding Monty Holmes, Buddy Owens and Jay Clementi, she has expanded her circlof collaborators in recent years. Lots of time writing with Lori McKenna, Caitlyn Smith,Heather Morgan, and others resulted in a deck that’s refreshingly stacked: most of thsongs on the album were written by women. “I feel like I have branched out a little inthe writing department,” Sweeney says. “And the record I ended up writing was prettyheavily written with females.While Sweeney didn’t intentionally set out to write almost exclusively with women, the resulting songs ....

Woodlands Tavern
Mon April 29, 2019 6:00 pm (Doors: 5:00 pm )
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Woodlands Tavern
Mon April 29, 2019 9:00 pm (Doors: 8:00 pm ) - Tue April 30, 2019 12:00 am
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This is a FREE event, no ticket required!

Woodlands Tavern
Tue April 30, 2019 6:00 pm
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This bands ruminating respect for music of the past, and deep dedication towards the creative crafting of a new sound, sets Tenth Mountain Division apart in the Colorado music scene. “Tenth Mountain Division speaks the language of Colorado, the... Read more

This bands ruminating respect for music of the past, and deep dedication towards the creative crafting of a new sound, sets Tenth Mountain Division apart in the Colorado music scene. “Tenth Mountain Division speaks the language of Colorado, the language of the mountains.” – Noah Stein – CU Independent

Originating from Boulder, CO, founders Winston Heuga (Mandolin) and MJ Ouimette (Electric/Acoustic Guitar) originally sought to create an acoustic bluegrass outfit. After a few years dedicated to playing bluegrass, the duo transitioned to an electrified, rock’n’roll sound. Through out its preliminary years finding their roots in college and playing with an array of different line-ups, the band finally found their permanent line up in May of 2017 with the addition of bassist and vocalist Andrew Cooney. Drummer Tyler Gwynn and the ever-talented keyboard player Campbell Thomas form the quintet that creates a diverse soundscape combining soaring electric guitar leads and jabbing keys while retaining its roots in bluegrass with Heuga’s incomparable mandolin style. The rhythmic interplay of Cooney’s driving bass fused with Gwynn’s incendiary drumming round out the unique sounding band that is truly a style of its own; what the band refers to as “Ski Rock”. Tenth Mountain Division has evolved greatly since its inception but retains its roots in the American musical styles of rock, Americana, bluegrass, prog and the crossroads between them all. Since TMD’s first national tour upon earning a slot at the 2016 Summer Camp Music Festival with headlining acts like Tom Petty’s Mud Crutch, Moe, and Umphrey’s Mcgee, the band has embarked all across this country playing esteemed venues like Boulder’s Fox Theater, Baton Rouge’s Varsity Theatre, Austin’s The Parish, Nashville’s Acme Feed & Seed, Baltimore’s 8X10, and many more; The band has played festivals including Summer Camp, Aiken Bluegrass, Beanstalk, Head for the Hills, Pardee Palooza and after parties for the likes of Dead & Company, Twiddle, STS9, Moon Taxi, and Marcus King Band; and have had the honor of sharing the stage with artists including Nicki Bluhm, Jeff Coffin (Dave Matthews Band/ Bela Fleck), Bill Payne (Little Feet), Jeff Austin (Yonder Mountain String Band), Jeremy Garret ( Infamous String Dusters), Andy Thorn and Alwyn Robinson (Leftover Salmon), Jon Stickley Trio, and contemporaries such as The Magic Beans and Spafford.

This is only the beginning, stay tuned for all that’s to come!


Woodlands Tavern
Wed May 1, 2019 6:00 pm
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Chain Station is a 4-piece, high-energy, get ‘em out on the dance floor string band born high in the mountains but based in Denver, Colorado. Their music is well-steeped in Americana roots with vocal harmonies that are high, lonesome, and tight... Read more
Chain Station is a 4-piece, high-energy, get ‘em out on the dance floor string band born high in the mountains but based in Denver, Colorado. Their music is well-steeped in Americana roots with vocal harmonies that are high, lonesome, and tight. Their picking ranges from lightning-fast to mountain mellow. A bluegrass band that would satisfy a picky old-timer and delight fans of newgrass, a delicate balance indeed. 

In the summer of 2006, Alex Thoele and Jon Pickett met while playing guitars around a campfire, high on a mountaintop in Estes Park, CO. The two have been entertaining and writing music since. In 2010, they were joined by mandolin player and fellow midwesterner, Jarett Mason. The newest addition to the band as of December 2018 is Chris “C-Bob” Elliot on banjo and vocals. 

They've become known for winning over crowds with creative, fun original songs that flow from the mountains, through them and right back to you. Pure Mountain Music! It's obvious these guys love what they do, engaging their growing fan base with insane energy and stage antics that guarantee one hell of a fun show.

Studio album #3 ”Backroads” is slated for an April 2019 release to follow the latest album “Where I want To Be” October, 2016. In 2015 a live album “Chain Up Volume 1” was released and the debut studio album “Dancin’ With the Law” hit the scene in 2013. Chain Station has directly supported bands such as The Del McCoury Band, The Devil Makes Three, The Travelin' McCourys, Steve Poltz, Larry Sparks, The Jeff Austin Band, Sierra Hull, Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, Todd Snider, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Trout Steak Revival, The Railsplitters, Fruition, Hot Buttered Rum, Deadphish Orchestra and many more. 

This band has been living life through music and adventures together for more than six years. Relentless gigging in their home state of Colorado, the mountain west, the midwest, Pacific Northwest and a 2018 Summer Canadian tour has made this band of brothers one of the tightest and most professional little gang of muppets on the scene today. 


Sounds like:

Trampled By Turtles
Greensky Bluegrass
The Waybacks
Newgrass Revival

Members: 

Alex Thoele - guitar/vocals 
Jarett Mason - mandolin/vocals 
Jon Pickett - bass/vocals 
Chris ”C-Bob” Elliot - banjo/vocals

Albums: 

"Dancin’ With the Law" 2013 
"Chain Up Live: Volume I" 2015 
"Where I Want To Be" 2016
“Backroads” April 2019

Woodlands Tavern
Fri May 3, 2019 8:00 pm
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The George Barrie Band’s upbeat blend of groovy rock n’ roll is inspired by bluesy songwriters across genres and generations. George first picked up his dads red Fender guitar at age 11 and since then, he has built a career as a musicia... Read more
The George Barrie Band’s upbeat blend of groovy rock n’ roll is inspired by bluesy songwriters across genres and generations. George first picked up his dads red Fender guitar at age 11 and since then, he has built a career as a musician, songwriter, and producer in Columbus, Oh.
 
 
In 2016, George Barrie Band released its debut album “Keep Dreaming” and will be releasing their 2nd album, “Boomerang” on May 3rd.
 
****Check out the single ‘Maybe’ and the music video! https://youtu.be/pDg4iuKL8WM

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