Yonder Mountain String Band Tickets for Sale

Yonder Mountain String Band was formed in Nederland. However its origins go back to Urbana, IL. This is where where banjo player Dave Johnston met Jeff Austin,. who played mandolin. When Austin moved west to settle in Nederland, Dave joined him there. Then came the bass player Ben Kauffman and Adam Aijala, the guitarist. They all met at a club called the Verve.

It was in December 1998, that they formed Yonder Mountain String Band. They open for a band at the Fox Theatre a little later. Soon, they developed a fan following among bluegrass afficionados and also among the jam band fans. This led to more hard work as they played extensively. They slowly worked their way up the bar and the active club circuit in the West.
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Aug 19 Sat 6:00 PM Gov't Mule & Yonder Mountain String Band Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Morrison, CO
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At last, in the fall of 1999, came Elevation, their debut album. It was released on their own Frog Pad Records label. They were an immediate success and by the fall of 2000, they were playing to larger audiences in larger venues. One of the remarkable performances as the one at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco.

Their second album, Mountain Tracks, Vol. 1, was a live recording. It was released in the spring of 2001. In the fall of 2001, they followed up with another studio set, Town By Town. Then came the second live album, Mountain Tracks, Vol. 2. This was released in 2002. Now there was some kind of rhyme to it, as it was followed by another studio effort, Old Hands. The album was released in 2003 and was considerably successful. At last came Mountain Tracks, Vol. 3, which was a double disc live set, in 2004. The band is a sell out in the live performances. So get your tickets from an on line ticket vendor when you wish to be at their concert.
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