The Clyfford Still Museum here in Denver has combined the arts and music for its third annual outdoor concert series. Many exhibits at the museum include art galleries, film festivals and guided tours. It’s a beautiful addition to include live music, making this a truly well-rounded foundation, appealing to the creative minds everywhere.

The Clyfford Still Museum is partnering with Swallow Hill Music to bring this event to life. Swallow Hill Music is an established concerts music school in Denver, which trains students of all ages on instruments and vocals. With these two esteemed establishments joining forces to bring us the summer concert series, you can bet it will be a well-organized and eventful series.

The lineup includes three vibrant musicians giving life to Indie rock, blues, jazz, classical and country.

Springdale Quartet
Colorado’s own Springdale Quartet will be hitting the stage on Friday, June 6th at 5:30pm. The quartet specializes in blues and jazz with spunk, it’s music you can gladly dance to. With two records and countless shows under their belt, Springdale Quartet won’t disappoint.

Fierce Bad Rabbit
This indie folk-rock band hails from Fort Collins, CO and has been on a quick incline to fame and stardom. After the release of their second album, The Maestro and the Elephant, the band received praise and affirmation from critics and fans alike. The foursome will serenade us on Friday, August 1st at 5:30pm.

Jayme Stone
Jayme Stone is a Canadian banjoist and composer who has released four albums and received four awards for his talents. Stone creates music from honest experiences and events. He studies composition from different countries and gracefully incorporates those sounds into his music. One guy with multiple talents, he’s a must see expert and will be gracing the stage on Friday, July 11th at 5:30pm.

The free shows will be held the Clyfford Still Museum, it’s a great opportunity to see these breathtaking artists live.

Photo Credit: The Clyfford Still Museum Website

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Jackie has a passion for old and dusty, often wrapped up in The Doors, James Taylor and Gram Parsons. You can find her at your local thrift shop digging for early vinyl and trying to locate her inner flower child. When she’s not buried in her record room, she’s downward dogging it on her yoga mat and rewarding herself with the best $10 wines. Her child’s named after Marshall Tucker Band, her roots are in the deep South and her soul wanders vastly. See what she’s up to today at http://jackieboeheim.com/

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