When JJ Cale goes dancing across the floor during your sound check, you know you’re doing it right; one more reason for The Lindells’ well-deserved reputation for making music that’s “engaging, wide-ranging and diversified”. It’s inspired by the deep, high mountains and vast, lonely deserts of the American West.
With standout songwriting and their “signature sound”, The Lindells burn through and defy all kinds of musical boundaries with music that’s fierce and stunning. Based on breathtaking vocal harmonies and amazing, intuitive playing, The Lindells’ music grooves with their own brand of psychedelic mountain folk and rock-it’s intimate, supple, and sultry, with a definitive underlying hard earned grit.
Chris Lindell plays an unbelievable atmosphere blend of fiery acoustic and electric guitar that combines rhythm and lead into one singular, memorial style. Kim Lindell swings the backbeat with the delicate sound of thundering, electric bass-on a semi-hollow beauty dubbed “Tiger Rose”.
Like the southwest Colorado high country they call home, The Lindells’ music blends lush, thriving, beauty and crazy, rolling, dust in your eye desolution, rising up from the far blue horizon, fusing the thin line of madness, sanity, love and lawlessness, good times and long days of hard work. It comes from outrunning lightning, surfing talus fields and transcending the long and twisted mile.
Bob Matthews- a producer and recording engineer for the Grateful Dead said in 2006, “Kim and Chris Lindell have been blessed with a rare gift being partners in love in music…a grace to witness, The Lindells [music] is a gift to all, and most satisfying for your heart and soul.”
Tickets for the show are $15. For tickets or more information call 970-241-8801, or visit www.kafmradio.org.
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