That Damn Sasquatch is comprised of musicians with a variety of musical interests and instrumentation, allowing the band to cross genres of music including and not limited to bluegrass, country, blues, cajun/zydeco, and jazz. With a balanced, progressive, and traditional approach their sound is truly their own. .
We are a group of friends from Superior, Wisconsin and Duluth, Minnesota who share a love for all different genres of music. Using a bluegrass instrumentation we have crafted our own sound made up of mostly original music which can be heard on our debut album "Garbage Pickin" (released in April of 2013). Our sophomore album "Spring Thaw" (released June 2014) adds another year of songwriting and live performance experience as well a new band member. With our sights held on the future we will continue to grow our catalog of original tunes for new albums and we will keep putting our twist on classic traditional songs and cover tunes that we love. We hope to see you out at shows and thank everyone for their continued support!
Thunder and Rain is an alternative country band from Golden, CO. They released their debut album Holler Out in 2015 and have since been touring and introducing their music to fans all over the United States. They will be releasing the Run With You EP in the summer of 2016 in anticipation of their sophomore album coming this winter. Originally started in 2013 as the duet of Erinn Peet-Lukes (Guitar) and Pete Weber (Mandolin), the band now includes two Wisconsin natives, Ian Haegele (Bass) and Rachel Reichert (Fiddle). With the use of bluegrass instruments and Erinn's powerful vocals, the band has captured a sound that accentuates their talents and is accessible to fans both young and old. Thunder and Rain's depth and unforgettable melodies are putting meaning back into modern country music.
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