FRIDAY JUNE 23: PAUL NIPPER BAND (Austin, TX)
Special Guest: John Fogerty (Pinedale)


Kickoff the summer music season in style with Austin's Paul Nipper performing a special show with his full band at Boondock's Pizza. Paul and the boys play their own brand of honky tonk Americana music. Their heart lies with bits and pieces of every strain of southern sound, and the songs they play are strongly rooted in country music. Following in the steps of country legends the likes of Haggard, Jennings, and Strait, there's an authenticity in the music that appeals to the true country fan inside of everyone.

PAUL NIPPER:
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TUESDAY JULY 4: LANEY LOU & THE BIRD DOGS (Bozeman)
Special Guests: JASON TYLER BURTON (Pinedale)


Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs have been forging a fresh and energetic sound in the northwest music scene since 2013. Their live show is highlighted by unbridled energy and punctuated by songs performed with fervor and rock 'n' roll swagger. The Bird Dogs push the envelope of what a string band is generally described as by fusing songs from folk, country, and rock.

Part of the Town of Pinedale's 4th of July Celebration. Free food/beverages! Pinedale's Jason Tyler Burton Band will open with a full trio set!

LANEY LOU & THE BIRD DOGS: facebook | website
JASON TYLER BURTON: facebook | website







FRIDAY JULY 14: THE RAILSPLITTERS (Boulder, CO)
Special Guests: THE BOOM & THE BUST (Pinedale)


Colorado natives, The Railsplitters use new sounds to break the bonds of bluegrass and unleash tradition. Lauren Stovall and the rest of the ‘Splitters suggest that using your roots to evolve is really at the heart of the genre. With their finger on the pulse, The Railsplitters are pushing the genre forward with an adventurous spirit, carrying in the tradition of breaking boundaries with their innovative sound.

Pinedale's alt-country supergroup The Boom & the Bust will open with a full set.

THE RAILSPLITTERS: facebook | website
BOOM & THE BUST: facebook








SATURDAY JULY 22: MICHAELA ANNE (Nashville)
Special Guests: WINK BURCHAM (Tulsa)


A staple of the New Nashville scene of progressive indie-country artists, Michaela Anne is a writer with narrative depth and a timeless voice, who can honky-tonk with the best of them.

Wink Burcham is an integral part of the new wave of Tulsa talent. Performing a style that easily slips between old-fashioned country, grass-roots folk, and Motown inspired blues in the tradition of John Prine, Townes Van Zandt, Hank Williams, and John Lee Hooker.

MICHAELA ANNE: facebook | website
WINK BURCHAM: facebook | website








SATURDAY AUGUST 12: GARRETT LEBEAU (Austin)
Special Guests: Rachel Baiman (Nashville)


Austin, Texas-style country-meets-soul, with composer/singer Lebeau, a Native American Shoshone tribesman who grew up on a Wyoming reservation, backed by three star sidemen in Roscoe Beck, JJ Johnson and Red Young. LeBeau’s music embodies the spirit of life with the trials and tribulations of the working-man.

Nashville's Rachel Baiman has been described as "a goose-bump-instigating talent that reminded me of a young Gillian Welch or Joy Williams (Civil Wars)."
-The Bluegrass Situation

GARRETT LEBEAU: facebook | website
RACHEL BAIMAN: facebook | website









SATURDAY AUGUST 19: THE DEER (Austin)
Special Guests: THE LONESOME HEROES (Austin)
Special Guests: WHIPPOORWILL (Austin)


Austin’s The Deer encompasses the innovation of the modern indie-folk revival and the cross-pollination of Austin’s diverse music scene. Described as transcendental Texas folk and stargaze surf-western, The Deer creates psychotropic soundscapes and tranquil, vivid dream-pop.

The Deer will be headlining Pinedale's Total Solar Eclipse Festival and will be joined by fellow Austin-based Americana bands The Lonesome Heroes and Whippoorwill.

THE DEER: facebook | website
THE LONESOME HEROES: facebook | website
WHIPPOORWILL: facebook | website





INFO

The Pinedale Fine Arts Council is proud to present the 10th Annual Soundcheck Summer Music Series. All shows are free and are held at American Legion Park in Pinedale. Opening bands start at 5:30 pm and headliners go on at 7:00 pm.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where can I stay (hotel, motel, B&B)?
Please check out this link which will list all lodging options near American Legion Park: > Lodging in Pinedale

2. Where can I camp?
Camping is not permitted in American Legion Park but Pinedale is the gateway to the Winds there are plenty of places to camp. Check out this link:
> Camping in or near Pinedale

3. Is there food/drink available at the events?
Yes. Food and drinks are available at all shows.

4. How should I dress?
It gets cold at night so bring a jacket if you're planning on staying out past 9 p.m.

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