July: The Month of Great Concert Reviews

August approaches imminently, so it’s peak summertime AND and peak concert season. We don’t want to let go of those good vibes that come from good music, so we’ve compiled an easy-access breakdown of last month’s concert review blog posts, just in case you missed them! You’re sure to find a new group to listen to, or rediscover an old favorite. 

Four Fantastic Concert Reviews

1. Andy Rotherham reviewed SIX TOURING GROUPS 

Tedeschi Trucks Band, Phil Lesh, Sarah Shook and the Disarmers, Jackie Greene, Steve Earle & The Dukes — these are some classic and great names that you can STILL catch on tour!

2. Emilee Ramseur reviewed the TELLURIDE BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL

Molly Tutte, Lake Street Dive, Bela Fleck & the Flecktones, and Greensky Bluegrass all played one AMAZING night during the annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival. 

3. Tim Taylor reviewed THE MAVERICKS

One Night at the Beautiful Denver Botanic Gardens + One Genre-Defying Mavericks Concert…  That equals one absolutely WINNING combination. 

4. Cynthia Vu reviewed WEATHERS 

Small band, small venue, but big heart: that sums up Cynthia’s experience at the Weathers show, her second-EVER concert.  

Big Announcement Coming Friday!

July was full of great concert reviews, but it doesn’t have to stop there. Year-round, we always want to hear about the excellent bands that you’ve gotten to see. And watch out, because THIS FRIDAY we’ve got big announcement coming up about how writing a concert review for GratefulEd can get YOU a coveted prize. Keep up with us on your email, on our blog, and on our social media for always-exciting news!

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