Music Scene: Sticky Mulligan Band
The Sticky Mulligan Band, featuring Sticky Mulligan, David Alderdice and Paul Sammons, will perform a funky acoustic show at 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18, at Cavalcade, 201 E. Aspen Ave. in Fruita.
Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. Admission costs $10.
A western Colorado resident since 2010, Mulligan has made a big mark on the area’s music scene. According to a news release, “in 2011 he performed at the Ridgway Concert Series, MarbleFest and Gears and Beers Festival. In 2012 he appeared at the Glenwood Springs Summer of Music, Cherry Days and the Redstone Concert Series.”
The band was featured in the spring/summer 2012 issue of High Notes magazine alongside Joe Cocker.
The band bio at stickymulligan.com says, “Sticky Mulligan started out as a one-man band back in 2008, performing at venues and festivals all over the east coast. From Maryland up to New York, North Carolina down to Tennessee, and back up again. Since releasing his debut album ‘Showtime’ in November 2009, Sticky Mulligan has grown into the four-piece band it is today.”
The song “Recipe,” from the album “Showtime,” received a great deal of attention from Baltimore radio station WTMD, and reached No. 12 on the station’s unsigned charts in 2009, the website said.
DJs at K.V.N.F in Paonia listed “Showtime” in the top 30 albums of 2011.
Call 260-5413 for information on the Fruita show.