MONTROSE – Cowgirl singer Peggy Malone will entertain guests at the Fifth Annual Public Art eXperience (PAX) Gala Event and Quickdraw in Centennial Plaza, on Friday, Aug. 27, 5-8 p.m.
Nicknamed “the little girl with the big voice,” Malone has opened for “Asleep at the Wheel,” and has worked with such country names as Tom T. Hall and Little Jimmy Dickens. She has been a featured performer at numerous Cowboy Poetry Gatherings and Western Music shows throughout the U.S., and in 2000 sang at the World's Fair/Expo in Hanover, Germany.
Malone won a Performer/Songwriter Emmy in 2001 for “Singin' A Cowboy Song.”
Singer/songwriter Nathan McEuen performs at the Sheridan Opera House Thursday, Sept. 16. McEuen, a singer/songwriter, band leader and indie record label owner, has worked in the indie rock business since his early years, working as a roadie/assistant tour manager for his father John McEuen of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, selling CDs, and sometimes even singing backup vocals and playing rhythm guitar.
Upon moving to California in 2003, McEuen worked with a community of musicians on his first solo album, including his brother Jonathan, Mario Calire (Ozomatli, Wallflowers), Jesse Seibenberg, Randy Tico, Chris Caswell and Crosby Loggins, the son of Kenny, who became a songwriting partner for a couple of the songs. Tickets $15; showtime 8-11 p.m.
And guitar legend Jimmie Vaughan, who just released his first new studio album – Blues, Ballads and Favorites – performs Friday, Sept. 17 at the Telluride Blues and Brews Festival.