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Matt Loewen

Join Us BackStage with H4TH!

Join Us BackStage with H4TH!

June 7th, 2017 — Thursday was upon us once again and last night we had the distinct pleasure of chilling alongside Head For The Hills (H4TH) at the Snowmass Free Concert Series on Fanny Hill.

H4TH is a Colorado based band that has just successfully launched their fourth album titled, Potions and Poisons. On stage you will find Adam Kinghorn (Guitar), Joe Lessard (Violin), Matt Loewen (Bass) and Sam Parks (Mandolin)

Head for the Hills prides itself on defying expectation, turning neophytes into converts and genre purists exploratory listeners. Remaining true to the roots of bluegrass while simultaneously looking to it’s future prospects, the band makes music that reaches into jazz, indie rock, hip hop, soul, world and folk to stitch together cutting edge songs that bridge the divide between past and future acoustic music. More than a decade in and after thousands of miles, hundreds of performances, a handful of independently released records, 4 times awarded Best Bluegrass in Colorado via Westword Magazine, and one new mandolin player–Head for the Hills is at their absolute peak, firing on all cylinders and winning the hearts and minds of audiences everywhere they go.

Photo Credits to our Crew of Bear Matthews, Daniel Arroyos, Javier De La Cruz and Salvador Tovar who covered the event!

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