This Saturday, March 12, at the Millwood Restaurant, a trio of duos will bring a unique performance to Mancos. The Lindells, Baby Toro and Katya Chorover will perform beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Kim and Chris Lindell play wild, live-wire, high mountain music straight up from Colorado. Its a delectable brew of original roots rock, cosmic country, folk-noir, wicked grass and funky-stylie reggae. They bring magic harmonies, stunning guitarwork, New Orleans backbeat rhythms and atmospheric jams inspired by the awesome beauty of the American West. Bob Matthews, producer and recording engineer for the Grateful Dead, has said: Kim and Chris Lindell have been blessed with a rare gift ... (their music is) a grace to witness... most satisfying! according to www.lindellsmusic.com.
Springing from the small town nowhereland (Mancos), Baby Toro uses their dazzling, multihued fantails of reverb, echo and girl-group harmony meets post-punk detachment to seem much larger than they are.
For nearly 20 years, Katya Chorover has been captivating audiences with her warm, dark voice and intimate, well-crafted songs. Combining elements of Americana, folk, pop, blues and country, her music embodies a peace that transcends the noise of modern life (Talking Leaves).
The cost is $5 at the door. For more information, go to www.tamigraham.com.