We are thrilled to be selected as winners of the “Bluegrass” category in the Denver Westword Music Award ballot for the 5th consecutive year! Thanks to all or the amazing support and thanks to Colorado for being an awesome music state! Click here to see the full list.
A few weeks back at Pickin on the Poudre at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre our friends at the Marquee Magazine and In the Shed Media came up the canyon to film this new Joe song (currently untitled) by the river. Check it out!
Paste Magazine included Head for the Hills among “12 Colorado Bands You Should Listen To Now,” alongside friends Elephant Revival, Paper Bird and more. To read more, click here
We have collaborated Odell Brewing Company once again on a special re-release of “Head for the Hills – Colorado Amber Ale.” The special draft release beer will be available at our New Year’s Eve performance on December 31st at the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, CO. The new release of the beer as described by Brent Cordle, Odell’s Pilot Brew & Barrel Aging Manager: “This collaboration beer is an Amber Ale with a hoppy attitude, dry hopped with American hop varieties giving the full bodied style, a big fruity aroma, a creamy white head and great mouth feel.”
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Our home state of Colorado experienced devastating flooding this September that affected the homes, lives, and communities of many residents. Our hearts go out to all who were affected by these unfortunate events.
River’s Rising: Front Range Flood Relief is a 28 track compilation that has brought many artists and friends from our dear music community together in effort to raise funds for those in need. Artists include: Furthur, Widespread Panic, The String Cheese Incident, Bruce Hornsby, Leftover Salmon, Devotchka and many more. All proceeds to benefit Foothills United Way.
Head for the Hills official music video for “Take Me Back” from the new studio album “Blue Ruin” made it’s official premier via Relix Magazine. The video was directed, shot and edited by Matt Loewen and Marc Leverette.
CMT Edge spoke with bassist and songwriter Matt Loewen about the sharp new collection, their bluegrass heroes and how living in Colorado shapes the band’s music.
Head for the Hills’ Blue Ruin effortlessly matches integrity against innovation. – CMT Edge
See the full interview here