Truck Stop will feature a number of local bands as well as headliner (and soul/funk legend) Lee Fields & the Expressions. Dabble in the soundtrack for the day below!
Lee Fields & the Expressions
"I feel that every human being's purpose is to do what their inner voice says to do," says Lee Fields. "And my inner voice, my driving force, wants me to put out music and keeping making better records."
Apologies to the late, great James Brown, but you'd be hard pressed to find another singer who's ever worked as hard as Fields, a man who's been making soul and funk anthems since 1969.
".. (The Guestlist) has the meditative feel of a Rocky Mountain sunset. Chalk it up to the slow tempos, the haunting rounds of slide guitar or the bluesy lyrical plaints — whatever the source, the record offers a strong sense of high altitudes, late-night campfires and small-town calm." - Westword Magazine
Other Black describes themselves as a group comprised of "dynamic personality and everlasting drive that brings individuals of all walks to laugh and cry with our band of merry pranksters."
What Young Men Do
Venus Cruz has opened for artists such as Black Thought of The Roots, Saul Williams, Zap Mama, Goapele, and Al Green to name a few. Her current band, "What Young Men Do,” has performed at The Denver Post Underground Music Showcase, the Larimer Block Party (now Project PBR), and opened for Grammy-nominated artists Hiatus Kaiyote and Emily King.
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