Music Scene: Jeff Pine and Friends, other area shows
Western Colorado musician Jeff Pine and Friends will perform a mellow collection of rock, folk, pop, jazz, blues and soul, during a benefit concert for the Colorado National Monument Association.
The concert will be on Friday, May 16, on the lawn at Two Rivers Winery and Chateau, 2087 S. Broadway. Gates will open at 6 p.m. and the concert starts at 7 p.m. Take chairs or a blanket and a picnic. Two Rivers wine will be available for purchase — no other alcoholic beverages are permitted.
Pine is billed as a “singer/songwriter/recording artist/guitarist/fine artist/photographer/naturalist,” according to jeffreypine.com.
“Jeff’s rich vocal tenor and overall sound are often compared to and reminiscent of music icons Sting, John Mayer, John Denver, Cat Stevens, Van Morrison, Bill Withers, James Taylor, Harry Chapin, Gordon Lightfoot, Nick Drake and Burl Ives,” says his website bio.
“Whether creating vivid imagery through lyric and melody, or uniquely interpreting the human spirit in stories and song, if only to entertain or to inspire, Jeffrey Pine is the apotheosis of a modern day troubadour.”
Tickets cost $30 and are available at coloradonma.org and the National Monument Visitor Center, Back Porch Music and Two Rivers Winery.
Proceeds will fund education, preservation and interpretive programs at the Colorado National Monument.
Call 858-3617, ext. 360, for information.