Stephanie Grey: String Board Theory returns |

Stephanie Grey: String Board Theory returns

This Saturday String Board Theory will be back in Steamboat at Schmiggity's for a "dancerific" show.

— Music, laughter and dancing are a few of the simpler ways we can all introduce a little love and understanding into our lived, and the boys of String Board Theory return to Steamboat Springs on Saturday night to facilitate this very endeavor.

Their dancerific brand of funk will again grace Schmiggity’s at 10 p.m. Saturday This show marks the group’s fourth return to Steamboat since their fateful move to Denver last fall. They have achieved “one-in, one-out” stature at the club, so attendees are encouraged to arrive in good time.

In anticipation of the show, I sincerely am hoping that your legs have recovered from “costume dancing” last Friday.

Costume dancing (if you are unfamiliar) is the type of anonymous, unapologetic, low-down, perpetual squat dancing that results in pain while descending staircases for an average of three days. A lactic acid-free state is essential, because String Board Theory is in no way planning on delivering a light sauce display of groove-funk. Hours of funk-infused dancing await you.

The locally grown group was formed in 2008, and original members Tyler Kimball on vocals, Jeff Barlow on bass guitar, Jeff Hayes on drums and Andrew Edmondson on guitar departed Steamboat last fall in hopes of furthering their careers as professional musicians. Manager and bassist Jeff Barlow has succeeded in booking a well-received line of Front Range shows, including a live recorded show at Denver’s Cervantes’ Masterpiece this past September.

Their impressive love for the music, the band and one another has allowed them to pursue a career in the music industry for almost seven years. Throughout their professional efforts, many life changes have developed for the foursome. Children, engagements, true love and travel are among their most recent accomplishments. These events, along with their infamous passion for fun, friends, snow and music have solidified their upbeat and unmissable stage presence in Colorado.

To contribute to their growing success, shoot them a “like” on Facebook, and you also can join their sound cloud at http://www.soundcloud/

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