They’ve music bragging rights at house in Monument and are Gazette Better of the Springs winners.
Excellent timing as Ashtonz and WireWood Station have a throwdown Friday on stage at Boot Barn Corridor to profit the nonprofit Tri-Lakes Cares. Then, on Sunday, they’ll be within the 2021 Better of the Springs in The Gazette.
Beneficiary Tri-Lakes Cares calls the night “A Tri-Lakes Triumph.”
The nonprofit, a Gazette Empty Stocking Fund associate company, has needed to prohibit on-site companies throughout COVID-19 however continued to supply no-contact neighborhood, volunteer-supported packages similar to a meals pantry and monetary and medical help companies.
In regards to the music: Charlie Searle, a part of the Tri-Lakes space Searle Ranch Grass-Fed Beef household, created Ashtonz after a spontaneous gig at his 30-year highschool reunion in Evergreen. That they had some enjoyable with the title of a pal, “Ashton,” and have become Ashtonz, explaining in a Gazette story, “Don’t be an ‘Ashtone,’” a time period of “nonendearment,” Searle stated, laughing.
It was all about having enjoyable, he stated, and so they don’t take themselves too critically.
The group performs throughout the area with rock/pop/nation/people. (Fb.com/ashchaz)
WireWood Station, named “Finest Acoustic Band in Colorado” at Rocky Mountain Music Competition and a multi-year Better of the Springs winner, was fashioned in 2012 and is a well-liked grouping of fiddle, bluegrass guitars and bass.
Led by a classically educated violinist, the group performs Americana and nation throughout the realm. There’s expertise opening for Charlie Daniels, The Marshall Tucker Band, Blackhawk and Dwight Yoakam.
The title WireWood Station comes from the strings and wooden sounds made throughout acoustic music. (wirewood-station.com)