With the final act of day two hitting the stage, one would wonder –How can Warren Haynes and Gov’t Mule take it up yet another notch? How about opening with a reggae version of Steve Miller Band’s “The Joker”. As the crowd quickly erupts into an impromptu “woo-wooo”, it was easy to see how the often touted hardest working man in the biz was not going to have a problem.
Once again music lovers and beer enthusiasts alike found their way to Telluride Town Park for the 17th Annual Telluride Blues and Brews Festival. Not just any mountain town can pull off three days of blues, great beer with not a drop of snow, sleet or rain in sight. Telluride couldn’t have dreamed of better weather for this year’s festival. Maybe it was mother nature’s way of saying thanks for making this year’s event the greenest of them all. Over 26 metric tons of carbon waste was offset this year through use of solar cells, recycling efforts and transportation coordination.
Phish Summer Tour 2010 rolled on tonight at Town Park in Telluride, CO for the second show at one of the most gorgeous venues in the USA. [Photo by Eva
After kicking off the second leg of their summer tour with a three-night stand in Berkeley, the members of Phish moved on to another beautiful venue – Town Park in
Saturday brought the challenge of the three hour Grand Tasting, followed by a full day of music; this is not for novices.