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  • April 1, 2017
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Bluegrass at the Sunflower

Saturday, April 1st  7:30 pm

Doors open 6:45

Tickets $12 advance / $15 at the door

Stand Up Dance Show! Limited Seating!


With the drive of bluegrass, the soul of gospel and the lyrical heart of folk, Last Nickel sits the traditional and the contemporary down at the table to arm wrestle.

Band Members
Bobby Wintringham, mandolin; Nikki Sargent, bass fiddle; Chris Bouton, lead guitar; John Chmelir, rhythm guitar; Andy hutchinson, banjo.


StillHouse Junkies… Fred Kosak, Jeff Hibsman, Bruce Allsopp. Their paths happened to cross in Durango, Colorado, winter of ‘17. After months of being addicted to playing Fridays at Durango Craft Spirits, a local distillery, a name emerged… a festival was booked… and another talented acoustic string band was turned loose. They are multi-instrumentalists, singers, songwriters, seasoned musicians who have turned their formidable skills and talents to the delicious, delirious deep wells and traditions of roots, rock, blues, funk, jazz, country and bluegrass music. Sometimes they blend, sometimes they bend, sometimes they play it straight and true. But it’s always direct with deep respect to the heart of the song. With soulful singing, precision picking and plenty of improvisation every performance is fresh. With lots of energy they can wind it up and turn it loose or wind it down to the quiet of the space between notes where emotion lives. They know that music is the best medicine. So get addicted. It’ll cure you. It’s tasty. It’s delicious. It’s delirious. Don’t miss. StillHouse Junkies.


8 E. Main St., Cortez, Colorado, 81321, United States


Located in the historic Basin Industrial Bank building adjacent to the KSJD radio studios in downtown Cortez, Colorado.