THE 2017 SOUNDCHECK SERIES LINEUP WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN MARCH. CHECK OUT THE 2016 LINEUP BELOW





THURSDAY JUNE 16: MICHAELA ANNE (Nashville, TN)
Special Guests: The Boom & the Bust, Pinedale After Dark


Kickoff the summer music season in style with Nashville's Michaela Anne performing a special show with her full band at beautiful Lakeside Lodge. Michaela Anne has already garnered considerable acclaim for her insightful songwriting. The New York Times praised the “plain-spoken songs of romantic regret and small-town longing” of her 2014 album, Ease My Mind (Kingswood Records), and the Village Voice listed it among its Top 5 Country Albums of the year. And her latest album, Bright Lights and the Fame (Kingswood Records), will undoubtedly continue that trend. Recorded at Farmland Studio in Nashville, it’s full of sharp observations and easy wit, with several upbeat numbers tailor-made for the nearest honky-tonk.

MICHAELA ANNE:
facebook | website








MONDAY JULY 4: JALAN CROSSLAND BAND (Wyoming)
Special Guests: The Lowest Pair (Olympia/Minneapolis)


Raised in rural Wyoming, Jalan Crossland is one of a very few “alt country” artists who still claims the “country” as home. This anchors the ‘truth is stranger than fiction’ wobble to songs about 21st century rural life. Dazzling guitar and banjo fingerpicking complete his kanky tales of hobos, tires, “mobile homes”, motorcycles, trucks, cars, shotgun-wielding vice presidents and methamphetamines.

The Lowest Pair features the duel banjo picking of Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee. Draped in Kendl’s high lonesome harmonies and Palmer’s Midwest croon, their debut release, 36¢, (Team Love Records) was hailed by many outlets and American Songwriter praised their ”earnest, earthy songcraft.”

JALAN CROSSLAND: facebook | website
THE LOWEST PAIR: facebook | website








FRIDAY JULY 15: THE BAREFOOT MOVEMENT (Nashville)
Special Guests: Screen Door Porch (Jackson Hole)


Heartfelt, energetic, and down home. Heralded by CMT Edge as "one of the most promising bands on the bluegrass scene," the music of the Nashville based group The Barefoot Movement is as down to earth as their intention for members of their audience: sit back, relax, take your shoes off, and stay a while.Crowding around a single microphone, their show is as fun to watch as it is to hear!

SCREEN DOOR PORCH delivers a Wyoming-grown fusion of Roots-Rock, Country-Blues and soulful Americana akin to “Stevie Nicks meets The Band, with Ryan Adams and Bonnie Raitt hanging out backstage. (605 Magazine)”

BAREFOOT MOVEMENT: facebook | website
SCREEN DOOR PORCH: facebook | website









SATURDAY JULY 23: LANEY JONES & THE SPIRITS (FLA.)
Special Guests: Jason Tyler Burton Band (WY/KY)


Raised on an exotic animal farm in rural Mount Dora, FL, Laney Jones sings tales of love and adventure with a voice that has been described as “a mix of lemon, molasses, gin and gunpowder” (WPRK), mellifluous and smooth but brimming with passion. Her live performance highlights her multi-instrumental prowess on banjo, ukulele, tenor guitar and harmonica backed by her band, the Spirits.

Jason Tyler Burton's songs and stories are heart felt, reflecting a search for meaning and home, with a voice and lyrics that invite you to lean in a little, and really listeny. Burton will be performing with his full 4-piece band.

LANEY JONES & THE SPIRITS: facebook | website
JASON TYLER BURTON: facebook | website








SATURDAY AUGUST 6: THE APPLESEED COLECTIVE (MICH.)
Special Guests: The Boom & The Bust (Pinedale)


Progressive String-Swing from Ann Arbor, MI. The Appleseed Collective represents Americana music rooted in traditions from all over the world and from every decade, creating a live experience that welcomes every soul and is impossible to replicate.

Opening the August 6 show will be Pinedale-based alt-country super-group The Boom & the Bust featuring Michelle Humber and Nathan Curry and their full band.

THE APPLESEED COLLECTIVE: facebook | website




INFO

The Pinedale Fine Arts Council is proud to present the 9th Annual Soundcheck Summer Music Series. All shows are free and are held in American Legion Park in Pinedale. Opening band start at 5:30 pm and headliners go on at 7:00 pm.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where can I stay (hotel, motel, B&B)?
Please check out this link which will list all lodging options near American Legion Park: > Lodging in Pinedale

2. Where can I camp?
Camping is not permitted in American Legion Park but Pinedale is the gateway to the Winds there are plenty of places to camp. Check out this link:
> Camping in or near Pinedale

3. Is there food/drink available at the festival?
PFAC will be selling $4 tall boys of beer and bottled water. We are currently considering food catering options but have none planned at this point.

4. How should I dress?
It gets cold at night so bring a jacket if you're planning on staying out past 9 p.m.

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