Sunday, June 23, 2013

Nathan McEuen

Friday, July 12 2013 
Nathan McEuen
Mark Morris and Coleman Smith
The George Downing Playhouse
Some of Colorado's own Homegrown Heroes will be playing The George Downing Playhouse (Big Town Hall) 1015 Main Street, Silver Plume, CO. 
Doors open at 6:30pm show starts at 7:00pm.
Pre-sale ticket are $10:00 tickets at the door are $12.00 children $5.00 12 and under
Tickets can be purchased online with credit card at
 or in person, cash only, at the John Tomay Memorial Library,
605 6th Street
Georgetown, CO

*online ticket sales are charged a $1.50 service charge
Nathan McEuen grew up in the Colorado Rockies. traveling and playing with his father we was surrounded by musicians like Jonny Cash, Willie Nelson, and Kenny Loggins. He has played the Grand Ole Opry opening for Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley and has hit #6 on cd sales with For all the Good - The McEuen Sessions.  His singing and song writing style can be classified as Americana.
Americana /əˌmɛrɪˈkɑːnə/ adj. - 1.  Too Rock for Country; too Country for Rock; too Funk for Folk; too green for Bluegrass. Nathan McEuen is Americana...
Mark Morris grew up in Idaho Spring, CO and graduated from the University of Colorado fall 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in Music and has been a full time touring musician/teacher since. His music has taken him all across the US, Europe, and Asia, teaching camps and workshops. Mark plays and sings in the bluegrass ensemble the Hickory Project as well as many of his own groups. Mark also founded the "RapidGrass" bluegrass festival held in Idaho Springs every Summer.

Coleman Smith holds a degree in Music from Marywood University and has been teaching the fiddle for nearly 15 years.   He has traveled throughout the world with his fiddle bringing joy to all that hear him. Coleman is a multiple time Texas fiddle champion with a unique style that fuses Jazz, Gypsy Swing, Celtic and Bluegrass. Coleman is regarded as one of the best cross-over violinist of all time and is a virtuoso in the style of Western and Gypsy Swing.