The Country Music Project, from Colorado, is an eclectic mix of musicians, from a variety of musical backgrounds, who all share one thing in common – a undeniable love of music!
With its mix of male and female four-part vocals, and instrumentation that includes acoustic, electric and steel guitars, mandolin, banjo, keyboards, bass and drums, TCMP keeps alive the old sound of country music, but has the power to punch out the popular sounds of today’s new artists. Most of all, TCMP wants to sound like a group of musicians, rather than a collection of amplifiers. Our sound won’t leave your ears ringing!
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Triple Nickel is 5 piece group from Colorado that performs today's top 40 country covers, classic rock, and "Americana-Country" originals. They have shared the stage with artists such as Emerson Drive, Brian White, Daryl Worley, John Michael Montgomery, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Mark Chestnut, Chad Brock, and Colt Ford to name a few.
Triple Nickel consistently provides a high energy, professional show with a signature sound all their own. From George Strait to Van Morrison to Matchbox 20, Triple Nickel has something for even the most discriminating music enthusiast
The Dirty Pesos
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The Dirty Pesos , from Texas, consist of a pedigreed group of musicians with resumes that include important tenures with artists such as The Texas Hippie Coalition, Jay Johnson, Eric Beatty, and Robby White & The Tejas Gringos among others. They are a team of musical mercenaries that seem born to play together. Scott “Cowboy” Lytle’s impeccable drum skills and Brad King battening down the bass hatches provide the rock solid foundation. The tasteful versatility of lead guitarist Mark Lafon is perfectly dove-tailed by the masterful keyboard flourishes, harmonica, and harmony vocals of Kyle Wade Smith.
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Doug Deatherage, also known as “The fiddler” won the Arizona Country Music Associations National Instrumentalist of the Year in 1993 and 1994. Under the leadership of Doug Deatherage , the Desert Knights band won Arizona country music associations vocal group of the year 1993/94 and 1st place in the Payson country music festival in 1989. Doug Deatherage has opened up for country greats such as David Frizzell, Toby Keith, Jerry Reed, Waylon Jennings, The Dixie Chicks and has worked with country music’s hall of fame Hank Thompson.
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Country Thunder hails from Shiprock, NM & Kayenta, Arizona within the Navajo Nation. While they have experimented with many different types of music in the past their passion is Country Music. They have delighted audiences all over the Four Corners Area and we are pleased to have them be part of our inagural Boots & Brews Fest.
Where: Riverside Park in Aztec, New Mexico
500 S. Light Plant Rd.
Doors open at 12 noon - live music from 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm
No pets, coolers, cooking devices or outside alcohol allowed at the Festival...sorry. Tent camping IS available for FREE at Riverside Park for the event weekend and there are 10 spaces for RVs with electricity but no direct water and no waste disposal area.
If you want to reserve an RV spot please prepay online here
Make sure to bring your own lawn chair or blanket to sit on AND protection from the sun!
People who bring tent type coverings will be seated in a designated area.