Rockygrass ’16: The NOT bluegrass part
Music / Music festivals / Reviews - Acoustic music

Rockygrass ’16: The NOT bluegrass part

By JOHN LEHNDORFF (9:15 P.m.7/29/16 Lyons CO) – While the Steep  Canyon Rangers are onstage I’m backstage thinking about the last, rare set  by Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas and Edgar Meyer. I’ve seen these guys play for 30 plus years delivering their virtuoso instrumental music that bears only a passing relationship to the stuff Bill Monroe … Continue reading

Nibbles: Ten great Colorado dishes from 2015 from menudo to beet sugar rum
Colorado food / Dining and Restaurants / Food and Cooking / Food trends

Nibbles: Ten great Colorado dishes from 2015 from menudo to beet sugar rum

(This Nibbles column originally appeared in the Boulder Weekly: http://www.boulderweekly.com/article-15452-from-menudo-to-beet-sugar-rum.html) By John Lehndorff John Lehndorff Bone broth was big in 2015 in Boulder — so popular it is even available on tap in multiple flavors. Personally, I’ll take my bone broth — animal bones boiled in water — in the traditional form of Jewish chicken … Continue reading

Acousticity:  A blog about the music that matters to me
Music / Music festivals / Reviews - Acoustic music

Acousticity:  A blog about the music that matters to me

By JOHN LEHNDORFF (April 28, 2015) I grew up long ago under the auspices of Pete Seeger and Johann Sebastian Bach. I listened to Cream upstairs while Dad played with his string quartet downstairs. I thought every kid got to go see Leonard Bernstein. My brother Pete wrote funny modern folk songs. My brother Paul … Continue reading