Ready for a stone-cold groove? Good, because Stonefed is coming to town.
Blending rock, blues, funk, jazz, reggae and country, Jasper Groff, David Mealey, Jon Olschewski and Ed Stone take the jam to a higher level. Together since 1998, this foursome out of Utah brings it big time when they hit the stage.
Their new self-titled album is 12 tracks of danceable tunes. "Funky World," is a funky song and showcases human beat-box sounds and cool lyrics laid down over killer bass lines. "Erronneous Induction" [sic] follows right behind with an almost big-band intro that quickly moves into hoppy guitar licks. "Intrafaloptus," the last track on the CD, follows a true blues line, has plenty of harmonica and ends the CD on a good note.
From track one to track 12, these four talented musicians pour out a heavy dose of groovy music that is a good indicator of what Stonefed will be like live and in person. So, put on your beanie and your Chuck Taylors, cruise on over to Terrapin Station and get your boogie on. And, since seeing them once may not be enough, gas up the car, grab your best buddy, pop Stonefed's Stonefed in the car stereo and take a little road trip to see Stonefed at Whiskey Jacques in Ketchum.
Tuesday, February 14, $2, 9 p.m., Terrapin Station; Wednesday, February 15, FREE, Whiskey Jacques; www.stonefed.com.
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