‘The Seventh Time’ headlines Kremmling Days musical lineup | SkyHiNews.com

‘The Seventh Time’ headlines Kremmling Days musical lineup

The Kremmling Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the live music lineup for its annual Kremmling Days celebration.

Denver rock band “The Seventh Time” takes the festival stage at 8 p.m. on Friday, June 13, followed by one of the region’s hottest country acts “County Red” at 8 p.m. on Saturday. Local bands, including a bluegrass duo and “The Blue River Band” will also perform throughout the weekend. All of the performances take place in town square and are free admission.

The variety is in response to the community’s request for a wider range of music during the festival. “We asked the community to submit suggestions for this year’s theme, and many of them were geared toward adding a rock component to the live music,” said Christine Mahorney, Kremmling Chamber executive director.

“The Seventh Time” was selected because of their stage presence and the band’s repertoire of ‘80s, ‘90s and current rock favorites. In addition to regular performances at Hiccups and the Grizzly Rock, “Seventh Time” opened for Dokken last September at The Grizzly Rose.

“County Red” has been associated with acts such as the “Eli Young Band,” Scotty McCreery, Gloriana, “38 Special,” and Sawyer Brown to name a few. They draw heavily from acts such as Chris Ledoux, George Strait, and Jason Aldean. While their sound is significantly influenced from country music, they also incorporate the styles of great rock acts such as “Rush,” “Fleetwood Mac,” “Aerosmith,” and “Bon Jovi.” “County Red” takes the best of the classics and the edge of the new to morph their sound into something totally unique and entertaining.

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