STURTZ TRIO, Acoustic Soul & Folk, with Andrew Sturtz, Jim Herlihy, Courtlyn Carpenter, Wednesday August 24, 2022 6:30pm Show

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$5.00 credit towards final bill for College Students, must show student I.D. when you arrive

6:30pm Show  | 90 minute performance | Doors open at 5:00pm |

$15.00 tickets

Beverage and Food service available


*NOTE: All food orders must be placed before or by 9:00pm, due to kitchen that closes at 9:30pm

Valet at Marriott entrance $17

 There is a $10.00 minimal purchase of Food and/or Beverage(s)

18% Gratuity is automatically added to group seating of 8 people or more at one table

A $5.00 credit will be applied to the students bill (towards music, food & beverages), students must show I.D


 Andrew Sturtz [vocals, guitar]

Jim Herlihy [banjo]

Courtlyn Carpenter [cello]

The acoustic trio – Andrew Sturtz [vocals, guitar], Jim Herlihy [banjo], Courtlyn Carpenter [cello]– falls somewhere at the intersection of folk and soul, with lead singer Andrew Sturtz’s melodic vocals soaring over the lower string instrumentals. Sturtz is based in Boulder, CO, and has toured across the U.S. opening for groups like the Eli Young Band, Trout Steak Revival, Lillie Mae, and Smooth Hound Smith. NPR’s All Songs Considered described the band as “a reassuring breath of fresh air that pulls me back to simpler times” in their April 2020 blog. Sturtz released their debut album You’ve Done this Before in August 2021, and now they are hard at work touring on this album and writing songs for their next album. When they’re not playing music, you’ll probably find them milling flour, farming, laying in a creek, or eating native foliage.

“Sturtz is your new favorite band that you’ve never heard of” – RockaMag 9/2021

“Theirs is a sound that is part acoustic indie-rock, part laid-back psychedelic folk with subtle and soft harmonies” – Durango Herald 7/2021

 “their distinctive and awe-inducing vocals have garnered a deep love and following” – Bolderbeat 10/2020

“a reassuring breath of fresh air that pulls me back to simpler times” – NPR’s All Songs Considered 4/2020