- CULTURE FRONT: Have stories, will travel
- MUSIC BOX: Katchafire ignites Garter
- DEAR ROCKY LOVE: Time to shack up?
- Our Park
- FEED ME: New chef reignites Haydens Post
- Hole Food Rescue extends its shelf life
- TGR fuels pow hounds with world premiere
- THEM ON US
- New McDonald’s farm
- GALLOPING GRANDMA: Is that art? If you say so
All posts by Aaron Davis
MUSIC BOX: The Magnetic entourage
JACKSON HOLE, WYO - I was somewhat bewildered that an individual like Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros’ frontman and creator, Alex Ebert–who developed and adopted the Sharpe alter ego in rehab after he “lost his identity” –...
- Posted May 21, 2013
MUSIC BOX: Vinyl – resurgence demands quality
JACKSON HOLE, WYO - “Better to burn out than to fade away,” as Mr. Neil Young put it, is generally agreeable, until the opposite is applicable. The subculture of vinyl record collecting never burned out, but it did...
- Posted May 7, 2013
MUSIC BOX: Rogerson digs songs in form of ‘Dirt’
JACKSON HOLE, WYO - Surviving as an independent musician is much like working the dirt – day-by-day, song-by-song, gig-by-gig, and chipping into one’s own voice in an ever-changing landscape. Pinedale singer-songwriter Jared Rogerson has been digging, progressing over...
- Posted April 16, 2013
MUSIC BOX: Revival stirs songwriter melting pot
JACKSON HOLE, WYO - Revival stirs songwriter melting pot The story of a song can arrive in countless ways. Yet none is as exposed, truth-telling or naked as a singer-songwriter performing alone with an instrument and voice....
- Posted April 9, 2013
MUSIC BOX: West Africa meets rock ‘n’ roll America
Jackson Hole, WYO – Toubab Krewe first played the Tetons in March of 2006 during what was then called “Last Tram Days” at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, celebrating the final moments of the resort’s original tram that...
- Posted April 2, 2013
MUSIC BOX: It won’t be hard to spot this Deer Tick
Does Deer Tick sometimes get a bad rap? Misunderstood? When I caught up to guitarist/vocalist Ian O’Neil, he explained that it’s because “we are not inclined to do what people are expecting of us.” What rock band...
- Posted March 26, 2013
MUSIC BOX: South of France plays Juggernaut’s party
When producer/multi-instrumentalist Jeff Cormack first scored transitional music for a Teton Gravity Research ski flick, his indie noise pop project, South of France, was just a seed. It was when TGR’s The Dream Factory rolled around that,...
- Posted March 19, 2013
MUSIC BOX: A triple at the Tavern
MUSIC BOX: A musical feast for St. Patty’s By Aaron Davis Roll up your sleeves and grab a stein of your favorite brew – it’s a green weekend in the Hole. Saturday begins the pre-holiday celebration with...
- Posted March 12, 2013
MUSIC BOX: Wailers mark Garter’s 1-year anniversary
The world’s most storied reggae band will usher in a significant milestone in the timeline of our local music scene—the revival and one-year anniversary of the Pink Garter Theatre and its sweet sister bar, The Rose. Also...
- Posted March 6, 2013
MUSIC BOX: Salmon-heads start swimming
Last February’s Leftover Salmon show was a sell-out, and one of the more raucous shows I’ve seen at the Pink Garter (sometimes the crowd was unfortunately as loud as the band). That aside, Boulder, Colorado’s favorite sons...
- Posted February 26, 2013