GRAVY WINTER TOUR 2015
Rocky Mountain Artists in conjunction with Venture Music out of Nashville, TN is very pleased to announce a winter tour for GRAVY out of New Orleans, bringing the band back to Colorado for a series of dates in late February and early March. The band is touring leading up the the highly anticipated release of their new album “Get Busy Living” later this spring.
You can check out the band in February and March at the following dates:
02.27 (Fri) Taos, NM – Taos Mesa Brewing
02.28 (Sat) Telluride, CO – Fly Me To The Moon
03.01 (Sun) Winter Park, CO – Ullr’s Tavern
03.04 (Wed) Steamboat Springs, CO – Schmiggity’s
03.05 (Thu) Denver, CO – Mile High Spirits
03.06 (Fri) Aspen, CO – Belly Up (supporting Robert Randolph)
03.07 (Sat) Boulder, CO – The Lazy Dog
03.08 (Sun) Boulder, CO – Mountain Sun
Infusing musical aspects from all walks of life, Gravy’s brand of progressive funk rock has garnered a solid fan base, firmly cementing the band as a fixture in the New Orleans music scene. Touring consistently since their inception, Gravy has established itself as one of the Southeast’s rising acts. In addition to accepting an invitation to perform at the 2013 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Gravy has shared the stage with George Porter Jr., Johnny Vidacovich, The New Orleans Suspects, Rebirth Brass Band, Good Enough For Good Times (featuring members of Galactic), Bonerama, Cyril Neville, and Johnny Sketch & The Dirty Notes. Gravy has released two albums, 2008’s “Said & Done”, and their follow up effort, The Hard Way”, in 2011. In the studio, Gravy has collaborated with musicians such as Ben Ellman and Corey Henry of Galactic, and the iconic New Orleans drummer, Johnny Vidacovich. Gravy is currently finishing up their third release “Get Busy Living” for release in spring 2015.