Virtual Pagosa Folk N' Bluegrass Tonight, June 5, 7-9 PM with Lucinda Williams and Tim O'Brien
We'll miss kicking off Pagosa Folk 'N Bluegrass on Reservoir Hill Friday, June 5th this year, but we're excited to present a virtual live music experience to raise our spirits.
KSUT will broadcast two live sets for our virtual attendees, featuring a set by Lucinda Williams accompanied by guitarist Stuart Mathis; followed by the duo of Tim O'Brien with Jan Fabricius.
You can watch the performances on our Facebook Live, tune-in to KSUT on the radio, stream us, or listen on your smart speaker.
Lucinda Williams to perform at 7 PM MDT:
"It's all come full circle," says Lucinda Williams about her powerful new album, Good Souls, Better Angels. After more than forty years of music making, the pioneering, Louisiana born artist has returned to the gritty blues foundation that first inspired her as a young singer-songwriter in the late 1970s. She spent the last year on her sold-out Car Wheels 20th Anniversary tour (including her Durango show), and released her new album in April while in quarantine at her East Nashville home. We're excited to present Lucinda performing an intimate set for our virtual event.
Tim O'Brien with Jan Fabricius perform at 8 PM:
Grammy winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tim O’Brien grew up singing in church and school, and after seeing Doc Watson on TV, became a lifelong devotee of old time and bluegrass music. Tim first toured nationally with Colorado bluegrass band Hot Rize and has collaborated with many great musicians. He's a core artist for KSUT and has been a beloved performer at Pagosa, other regional festivals, and his Durango shows. Tim performs in a duet setting with his partner Jan Fabricius on harmony vocals. We're thrilled to have Tim and Jan perform from their home studio in Nashville for this occasion.
Viewing and listening is free, however our virtual tip jar will benefit KSUT and the performers. We appreciate your support!
Thanks to our sponsors Breckenridge Brewing and Bank of the San Juans.