The Great Salmon Famine Play for a Good Cause at Odell Brewing

The Great Salmon Famine playing at Odell Brewing.
All photos by Eric Forbes on April 3, 2018 in Fort Collins, Colo. The Great Salmon Famine playing at Odell Brewing in support of Colorado State University's Environmental Learning Center. From left to right are Gabe Neymark-Guitar/Vox, Camden James-Drums, Adam Bell-Saxophone/Keys, Jack Vulcani-Bass, and Evan Waring-Guitar/Vox.

Fort Collins band The Great Salmon Famine performed Tuesday night to help Colorado State University Environmental Learning Center’s (ELC) at Odell Brewing for their annual fundraiser Nature Flows from the Tap. For those that are unfamiliar with the ELC, its aim is to bring people into nature for a bonding and educational experiences. Odell Brewing was packed with college students and the venue was a perfect fit for the terrific atmosphere produced by the lively Great Salmon Famine.

Ally Gran who was one of the many ELC staff that helped put this event together was really appreciative of The Great Salmon Famine playing for free to help their cause.

“We were able to get them (The Great Salmon Famine) for free . . . They’re getting bigger, so I was really worried that they weren’t going to come to play for free. But, they’re awesome and they’re like super sweet!”

Gran is hoping that the annual Nature Flows from the Tap continues to grow with help from the community.

“Next year we are hoping to get corporate sponsors, so maybe we can increase our funding a little bit more.”

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