A taste of Durango, Colorado.
with a little promotional tip jar hidden in there for a video these folks will be putting together of this year’s 20th Anniversary Durango Bluegrass Meltdown. http://www.durangomeltdown.com
Considering I’ve recently broken through another luddite barrier with this “smartphone” that’s been dragging me into the new decade. ;-P
In any event, I have become a smartphone-videographer :coolsmile: :lol: :lol: , and even emailed some of them. So now I’m hoping to get some video of the after hours pickers party at the Strater Hotel - packed lobby with everybody playing with each other, it’s the hoot’nest scene, I tell yu . . . the countdown is on. . . . . . .
But, to be clear me’n my smartphone, have nothing to do with what I’m sharing in the following “For the Love of Bluegrass”
those folks are for real and with lots of experience.
A documentary about the volunteers, musicians and enthusiasts who give life to the Durango Bluegrass Meltdown
It is our goal to tell the story of how this little festival began and how, over the past 20 years, it has become a favorite of musicians and festival-goers alike.
The Meltdown is not a big production company event, but a labor of love created by the Bluegrass community. You’ll have a peek into the inner workings of this organically grown festival and meet some of the 100+ volunteers, musicians, enthusiasts and businesses who combine their energy, time, resources and creativity to fuel this …all “For the love of Bluegrass”.