The annual Cedaredge Applefest celebration is October 7 and 8, and here's a look at some of the featured artists at this year's celebration.
You'll find crafts, beer, wine, apples, and art at Applefest and a whole lot of great music. Every year, people come from miles around to bring the tiny community of Cedaredge to life.
Take a listen to some of the featured artists below and decide which day and time you want to be at this year's Applefest celebration.
Ken is a singer/songwriter from Houston, Texas. His style is essentially folk, but he covers a wide variety of musical genres.
Kirby Kelley is based in Sherman, Texas and does the blues in a way you've probably never heard before on a variety of guitars.
Pat Hull is a folk singer out of Chico, California. His voice - smooth and surprising with touches of indie folk/ rock stylings.
The music of Bittersweet Highway is indie/folk/rock/Americana/bluegrass.This duo hails from Jaroso, Colorado.
David Starr is a local legend, and one quick listen is all it takes to know why he is such an audience favorite.
Rare is from Cedaredge and they present an "eclectic blend" of artists and songs as well as original tunes.
The Scones are a Paonia, Colorado-based band, describing their music as "rockin' and rollin' Americana." They are sure to take you back to the 60s.
Erik is a singer/songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee specializing in mandolin and guitar.
Female bluegrass might be the best way to describe their music. It's very easy to listen to.
Here's some Paonia-style jazz, rock, pop, and blues - some fusion and a little Reggae.
A "complete rock and roll experience" from one of Colorado's very own.
"Original, uplifting folk" is what you get from Ellen. Her song "Grand Junction" was featured on NPR's Car Talk.
Dana is a singer/songwriter doing folk and Americana to wrap up Applefest