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September 2013 – March 2014
Business After Hours and Quarterly Meeting at the Paradise Theatre – September 19th.
- What can we do to keep our Theatre?
- What is the future of the Paonia Chamber?
5 pm – 6 pm Tour the Theatre, free popcorn
6 pm – 7 pm Discussion: What is the future of the Theatre and the Chamber?
Sponsored by the Friends of the Paradise Theatre and the Paonia Chamber of Commerce
Live music concerts on Saturday, Sep. 28.
The annual Mountain Harvest Festival in Paonia is a wonderful community celebration of agriculture, art, music and life in general on Colorado’s Western Slope, held in Paonia in the North Fork Valley, the Heart of the Western Slope.
This festival draws people from around the West to share in the celebration, and features locally grown and produced agricultural products, including local beer and wine. Come learn about and meet local farmers, artists, musicians, craftsmen and performers from the Western Slope. Enjoy interesting workshops and tours. Support various local non-profit organizations through your participation in many different activities. Be entertained. Learn something new. Make new friends. Get involved.
The Paonia Chamber’s Annual Meeting will be at the Paradise Theatre on December 9th, 5-7PM.
They will have a reception with local food and wine from 5-6PM and a business meeting from 6-7PM.
During the business meeting the Chamber will announce the Citizen, Business and Non-Profit of the Year winners and will have election for Chamber Board members.
“Joyous, Melodic Anthems” – Billboard
“Perfect, Magnetic Pop Music” – NPR
Lucius is a triple-threat of vocal harmonies, infectious hooks, and dance-inducing percussion. Pair those traits with the band’s irresistible live show and it’s easy to see why NPR Music calls Lucius “a fabulous band playing such infectious pop songs” and Paste hails the group as “blissful.” Charismatic co-founders and lead vocalists Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig sing in unison – two voices as one – uniquely delivering songs with stories told from the same perspective. Multi-instrumentalists Andrew Burri, Peter Lalish, and Dan Molad round out the stylish, Brooklyn-based quintet.
Saturday, February 15, 2014, 7:30 pm
The Paradise Theatre 215 Grand Ave, Paonia, CO
Tickets $20 Advance, $25 Door ~ On Sale Now!
Available locally at Homestead Market & Backcountry Bistro
And online at www.pickinproductions.com
Band Website: www.ilovelucius.com
Lucius Promo Material: www.ilovelucius.com/
Lucius Bio & Hi Res Photo: www.ilovelucius.com/
Tickets & More Concert Info: www.pickinproductions.
Additional Concert Info: Rob Miller pickinproductions@
Still Going 70 in a 55
Mike Gwinn & The North Fork Flyers will present a CD Release Party at the Paradise Theatre in Paonia Colorado on Saturday March 15th. The new CD, “STILL GOING 70 IN A 55″ is a celebration of Mike’s 70th birhday and features 10 original songs penned by Mike and engineered by David Snider. The North Fork Flyers have been performing together for the past 10 years, thrilling crowds with their amazing repertoire of horn based jazz, funk and rock. Don’t miss this concert/premier. Tickets at the door $25.00 or $20.00 presale. LIMITED SEATING. Ticket includes CD. Doors open at 7pm, Show starts at 8pm.
Lake Street Dive find themselves on the cusp of stardom, though they insist they will always be the same people whose stage outfits once consisted of matching sweater vests.
Lake Street Dive has come a long way, but this just could be the start of something even bigger. It took a casually made video featuring the band gathered around a single mic, performing a cover of Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back,” shot on a Brighton, Massachusetts, street corner to grab the public’s attention—its YouTube views now hurtling past a million views. What followed was nothing less than a modern-day music business success story—T Bone Burnett tapping them to perform on the Another Day, Another Time show at Town Hall featuring music from and inspired by the Coen brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis, taped for an upcoming special on Showtime. The New Yorker raved of their Town Hall performance: “I can’t imagine then, that Lake Street Dive—a quartet led by an amazing young singer, Rachael Price—won’t be getting some air time soon.” Rolling Stone called the band “unexpected showstoppers,” while Hollywood Reporter noted the group “delivered one of the show’s best moments with the swinging ‘You Go Down Smooth,’ with stirring vocals by lead singer Rachael Price.” The New York Daily News was similarly enthused, saying Lake Street Dive “was the evening’s wild card,” and noting Price “has the soulful howl of a young Etta James.”