David Becher playing the upright base, and Patrick Sites playing the Mandolin.
All of the stage lights envelop Whitewater Ramble as they perform.
Jessica Jones pauses for a brief second before she burst back into song.
David Becher is an absolute master of the upright bass.
Ryan Sapp playing the drums.
Andy Reiner slaying the fiddle at the Aggie Theatre.
Damon Wood making a dream come true of playing “Stairway to Heaven” in front a huge crowd.
Patrick Sites playing the Mandolin.
The Aggie crowd enjoying Whitewater Ramble’s performance.
Andy Reiner is an ace at playing the fiddle.
The stage was set for Whitewater Ramble’s brilliant performance by the massively entertaining local group: The Great Salmon Famine. The Fort Collins band’s humor and unique grooviness drew smiles across the Aggie as they threw down the funk.
The Great Salmon Famine getting their funk on at the Aggie Theatre.
Headman Adam Bell setting the tone with his emphatic saxophone playing.
Evan Warning is an incredible guitarist that loves really getting into the vibes of the music. He is a lot of fun to watch live because his passion is so evident.
Adam Bell explaining the next song because it was so weird it requires some spelling out for it to be understood.
Gabe Neymark is a genuinely nice guy. He was handing out stickers and talking to fans before and after the show.
The Great Salmon Famine informing the crowd that things are about to get funky.
The Aggie Crowd loved it whenever Adam Bell performed a marvelous saxophone solo.
Evan Warning feeling the groove as he slays the guitar.
It is always fun when someone breaks out a tambourine, and it was no different when Adam Bell did so on Friday night.
Amorphic kicked off the night with some stunning instrumental performances. If one thing is for sure when talking about Amorphic, it is that they know how to play the heck out of their instruments!
Caleb D’Aleo engaging the Aggie crowd right before things get turned up a notch.
Brian Keller playing the keys before he does a killer saxophone solo.
Amorphic opening up the night with some great music.
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