Official 2015 Free Summer Concert Series line-up |

Official 2015 Free Summer Concert Series line-up

On July 10

— The 2015 Steamboat Free Summer Concert Series line-up has been announced with five diverse shows, ranging from reggae to New Orleans funk, taking center stage for one of Steamboat’s favorite traditions.

June 19 — The Chris Robinson Brotherhood

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood will headline the Friday, June 19 Free Summer Concert. The band’s members are Chris Robinson, guitarist Neal Casal, keyboardist Adam MacDougall, bassist Mark Dutton and drummer Tony Leone.

Rolling Stone describes this rock ‘n’ roll band as “at once quirky, trippy, soulful and downright magnetic.”

July 3 — New Orleans Suspects

This five-member band of highly respected musicians — known as one of NOLA’s best — puts a contemporary twist on the funk, rock and R&B traditions of New Orleans music.

July 10 — Jonny Lang

A modern blues artist who has toured with the Rolling Stones, Aerosmith and B.B. King and has appeared regularly on The Experience Hendrix tour.

August 5 — Ziggy Marley

Called the reggae torchbearer of his time, Ziggy is his father’s son as he puts a modern twist on his reggae roots with the mellowness you’d expect from the Jamaican-born musician plus his own brand of rock and soul influences.

August 15 – Jeff Austin Band

A talented mandolist and singer, Jeff Austin, who gained acclaim as a member of the Yonder Mountain String Band, has now gone solo with a new musical identity that mixes bluegrass, pop, rock, country and a little funk.

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