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Strings Music Festival announces two new concerts in September

legendary two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Graham Nash will perform at the Strings Music Pavilion this fall.
Courtesy/Amy Grantham

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — This week, Strings Music Festival announced two September concerts to round out the season into the fall.

On Sept. 20, hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area, The California Honeydrops will take the stage at the Strings Pavilion.

In their 10th year, the popular mix of rhythm-and-blues, soul and funk has won them a reputation for creating quite the dynamic spectacle, selling out shows across the globe.

According to the Strings news release, they released their seventh studio album, “Call It Home: Vol. 1 & 2,” this year. The group is led by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Lech Wierzynski, and they are known to draw on a diverse mix of musical influences from Bay Area R&B, funk, Southern soul, Delta blues and New Orleans second-line.

On Sept. 25, legendary two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee (with the Hollies), Graham Nash will take the stage at the Strings Pavilion.

His list of accomplishments includes being inducted twice into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame as a solo artist in addition to being a Grammy award winner.

According to the Strings news release, the litany of songs written by Nash has created the soundtrack of the past half-century since 1964. His body of work includes contributions to The Hollies and the classics of Crosby, Stills, and Nash. In addition, his solo work created the voice of a generation.

Tickets for The California Honeydrops start at $25. Graham Nash tickets start at $65. They are available at stringsmusicfestival.com or the Strings box office.


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