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All posts tagged "Trap Bar"
MUSIC BOX: Ugly Valley Boys make beautiful music
Duo on tap at The Trap Vintage processes — whether they consist of a classic songwriting style, amplifying an electric guitar, or the blowing and bending of neon glass — are often developed from years of trial...
- Posted January 27, 2015
MUSIC BOX: Blues swagger; back to the underground
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Kris Lager Band has a sound that is instantly satisfying. A cousin to The Black Keys’s vintage swagger of blues, revivalist rock, funk and jam, this Omaha-based quartet adds another layer to the...
- Posted December 23, 2014
MUSIC BOX: Sally rod rides into Beck
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Driggs-based multi-instrumentalist David Bundy has been a go-to band member in a lot of Teton County bands over the years—bassist for Chanman Roots Band and Calle Mambo, drummer for his own defunct rock...
- Posted December 9, 2014
MUSIC BOX: Over 30 years of getting Trapped
JACKSON, WYO – Hooligans co-founders Tom Garnsey and Rich Robiscoe have been playing après-ski shows at Grand Targhee since 1983, when the old Trap Bar was in the basement. In their early twenties at the time, Garnsey...
- Posted April 15, 2014
MUSIC BOX: Blues, funk, and psychobilly folk grass
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Billygoats bring gritty folk-grass to Silver Dollar. The Payette River area north of Boise is raw, rugged and at times, its currents unpredictable. The same can be said for the progressive psychobilly folk-grass...
- Posted December 17, 2013
MUSIC BOX: Dirt Road refuses to get paved
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – For every 40 or so bands that have some version of an online presence, there exists a musical project that flies completely under the radar to audiences outside of their home zip code....
- Posted December 10, 2013