Pipeline has a pair of tickets to see Head For The Hills and Elephant Revival at Mt. Tabor Theater on Thursday, April 7. To win tickets, comment on this post why you would like to attend. Winner will be drawn & emailed Monday, April 4.
From our sponsors at Mt. Tabor Theater:
Head For The Hills and Elephant Revival
w/ Shook Twins
Thursday, April 7
8 p.m. | $13 advance/$15 door | 21+
Mt. Tabor Theater
4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
Head for the Hills has been receiving nationwide recognition in response to their refreshing take on acoustic music. Rooted in the bluegrass tradition, but often described as progressive acoustic/modern roots, H4TH produces a vibrant mixture of homegrown compositions, traditional harmonies, and improvisation. The group is touring in support of their 2010 self-titled studio effort produced by Colorado Bluegrass aficionado, Drew Emmitt. The release earned the group a charted position in the CMJ Top 200 National Radio listings as well as placement in the ¬Å“Best 50 Albums of 2010¬Â amongst Colorado Music and Radio. In the live setting, H4TH effortlessly ventures into myriad musical styles and sonic landscapes that appeal to a boundless array of listeners.
Elephant Revival, neo-acoustic transcendental folk quintet from Nederland Colorado, reveals hidden treasures deep within a vast repertoire of original material. In one show, the quintet can be seen delving into original folk pieces mixed with traditional style ballads, Scottish/Celtic fiddle tunes, psychedelic country, indie rock, powerful reggae grooves, 40s/50s jazz standards and an occasional hip-hop beat amongst other styles. Elephant Revival just released its second studio album; ¬ËœBreak in the Clouds' on Ruff Shod Records, an independent label created by Chad Stokes of State Radio. The album debuted at #2 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter chart, and was featured as a new and noteworthy independent release.