Schedule

Kathy Kallick Band Schedule

 

Kathy Kallick, Annie Staninec, Cary Black, Greg Booth, and Tom Bekeny play music from Foxhounds — the 2016 #1 album on the Roots Music Report Contemporary Bluegrass charts(!) and in the National Bluegrass Survey (Bluegrass Unlimited charts) 2016 Top 10!

Also featured: music from IBMA’s 2015 Momentum Award winner (Instrumentalist Of the Year) Annie Staninec’s first solo album, favorites from two earlier KKB hit albums — Time and Between the Hollow & the High-Rise, classics from the Good Ol’ Persons, gems from the bluegrass/old time/country music repertoire, and more than a few surprises. And: NEW STUFF!

The new material will be featured prominently from September onwards … as that’s when the latest KKB album, titled Horrible World, will be released!

Sat. & Sun., July 14-15: Westcliffe, CO

High Mountain Hay Fever Bluegrass Festival 

Bluff and Summit Park – 100 S. Adams Blvd., Westcliffe, CO

Fri. & Sat., Aug. 3-4: Thornton, NH

Pemi Valley Bluegrass Festival

Benton’s Campground – 2010 Rte 175, Thornton, NH 03285

Fri., Sept. 14 (7:30 pm): Folsom, CA

Folsom Opry House – info & reservations: <bluegrass@shaunv.com>

Sat., Sept. 15 (6 pm): Guerneville, CA

Old Grove Festival: a benefit for the Stewards of the Coast & Redwoods and CA State Parks

Forest Theater, Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve – 17000 Armstrong Woods Rd., Guerneville, CA 95446

Sun., Sept. 16 (7 pm): Chico, CA

Trinity United Methodist Church – 285 E 5th St., Chico, CA 95928

info/reservations: <lucyinchico@gmail.com>

Wed., Sept. 19: Berkeley, CA

Kathy Kallick: “My Route To 66”

Freight & Salvage – 2020 Addison St., Berkeley

Fri., Oct. 19: Portland, OR

Reedwood Friends Church – 2901 SE Steele St., Portland, OR 97202

Presented by the Portland FolkMusic Society

Sat., Oct. 20: Cashmere, WA

Cashmere Riverside Center – 201 Riverside Dr., Cashmere, WA 98815

Presented by Cashmere Community Concerts

Sun., Oct. 21: Seattle, WA

Phinney Center Concert Hall – 6532 Phinney Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98103

Presented by the Seattle Folklore Society