Club Red: Winter 2018 Lineup

Over the winter season 2018, Beyond The Groove is (so far) scheduled to present The Motet, Brett Dennen, STS9, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Anderson East, J.S. Ondara, Turkuaz, Con Brio.

And there is more to come…

All shows will be open to all ages, with a variety of ticket options. Tickets are now on sale at ClubRedTelluride.com.

Beyond the Groove, Telluride’s premier entertainment and music production company, recently updated its lineup of shows for the winter 2018 season.

Club Red is pleased to bring a wide variety of acts, ranging from rock to funk to bluegrass to acoustic and more to its intimate concert venue in Mountain Village.

“I look forward to another excited winter of music at Club Red,” said Denise Mongan of Beyond the Groove Productions.

Club Red’s Winter 18:

Brett Dennen, Jan. 11, Doors, 7:30 p.m.; show 8 p.m. All ages. Tickets $30-$45. 

Brett Dennen [Photo courtesy of Club Red]

With his chunky glasses and mop of red hair, Dennen is an unlikely pop star, but one who has charmed countless music fans with clever songwriting and an endearing manner. He is also no stranger to Telluride, having played shows at Bluegrass and the Sheridan Opera House. This show will feature an intimate sit-down acoustic performance. 

Dennen also has a new album out. “Por Favor” strips him down to his core as a songwriter. Check out “What’s the Secret” from the album here. 

The Motet, Jan. 13. Doors, 7:30 p.m.; show 8 p.m. All ages. Tickets, $25- $45.

The Motet. [Photo Courtesy of Club Red]

The Motel is a Denver-based, seven-piece band fuses fiery funk, simmering soul and improvisational inventiveness and has built a reputation in its two decades for throwing down for serious dance parties. The band has played venues that range from tiny clubs all the way to the All Good Music Festival and is notorious for its themed Halloween Parties.

Sound Tribe Sector 9 (STS9), Jan. 31. Doors, 7:30 p.m.; show, 8 p.m. All ages. Tickets, $35-$60.

Sound Tribe Sector 9 is a five-piece collective of musicians from Santa Cruz, California, whose sound is based heavily on electronic music, instrumental rock, funk, jazz, drum and bass, psychedelia, and hip hop. Members include Zach Velmer, Alana Rocklin, Hunter Brown, Jeffree Lerner, David Phipps, David Murphy. STS9 is consistently ranked among the top touring acts in the country.

Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Feb. 17 & Feb. 18. Doors, 7:30 p.m.; show, 8 p.m. All ages. Tickets, $35-$55.

Karl Denson is fresh off The Rolling Stones’ No Filter tour of Europe where he performed across the continent in his ongoing role as tenor saxophonist with the legendary rock band. Denson wastes no time, however, getting back on the road with his own band, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, for a string of tour dates around the U.S.

Highly regarded as one of the best live bands on the planet, KDTU will be showcasing material from their long-awaited forthcoming studio album, as well as previous acclaimed KDTU recordings like New Ammo and The Bridge. 

The current KDTU touring lineup is comprised of Richmond guitarist DJ Williams, former drummer of The Greyboy Allstars, Zak Najor and current bassist Chris Stillwell also of The Greyboy Allstars, Crush Effects’ keyboardist David Veith, Seattle trumpeter Chris Littlefield and ace slide and lap steel guitarist Seth Freeman.

Tuakuaz, March 14, with opening act, Con Brio. Doors, 7:30 p.m.; show, 8 p.m. All ages. Tickets $25-$45. 

They’ve become one of Brooklyn’s freshest exports — nine charismatic men and women brightly outfitted to have their colorful nature match their expressive voice.

Turkuaz is a rock band at its core – but it sounds blends soul with potent funk grooves. Since hitting the road in 2012, Turkuaz have released a handful of albums, canvassed the U.S. more times over, and continue to gather devoted listeners along the way. A quickly addictive pulse coupled with a reputation for their trademark “Powerfunk” sound has earned steadily growing attention across the nation. Just over the past two years, the band has made impactful appearances at Bonnaroo, Red Rocks, Lock’n, Mountain Jam, and have been filling rooms coast to coast from Terminal 5 in New York to The Fillmore in San Francisco.

Check out the video for “On the Run” for a taste of their sound:

Anderson East, Mar. 18, with opening act J.S. Ondara. Doors, 7:30 p.m.; show. 8 p.m. All ages. Tickets $25-$45.

Anderson East. [Photo courtesy of Club Red]

Anderson East is the humble type — the sort of man who chalks up his success to loads of good fortune. But the singer-songwriter has earned his accolades. One of music’s most compelling young artists, East is an unflinching and inimitable talent. Best exemplified on his breakout 2015 debut album, Delilah, the Alabama-native wields an unwavering and potent, ever-husky voice. And as seen on standout tracks including “Satisfy Me” and “Devil In Me,” he’s able to effortlessly spin tales of tumult and triumph in equal measure. That’s of course to say nothing of the brute force with which the man performs — fiery and forceful, as much a wily preacher as a patient poet, East has become one of music’s must-see live act.

About Club Red:

Located a Gondola ride from Telluride in Mountain Village, Club Red, features plush décor, ambient lighting, and intimate proximity between guests and artists to create an exclusive guest experience. Skiing Magazine recently named Club Red among ski country’s best concert venues and it is a major reason why visit Telluride Mountain Village.

To learn more about these shows, and other Beyond the Groove Productions, please visit ClubRedTelluride.com, Facebook.com/ClubRedTelluride and Twitter.com/ClubRedTride or contact Denise@ClubRedTelluride.com with any questions.

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