Fall

Hampton Coliseum. The mothership, hell yeah. I had heard of this place for years, but I had never been there. It was incredible. Nice to be in a venue that has so much history. The shows were pretty rocking, a bit more edge than our usual “diverse“ String Cheese sets. We purposely mixed up the tunes a bit and tried not to put traditional tunes in the same old spots. For example: “Shine” to open second set or “Restless Wind“ to end the show. Although, by doing this, it did put some not-quite-as-strong songs in the hot seat for opening and closing the sets. But it came off pretty well. And really it just comes down to committing to the tunes and making them rock. Overall, I thought the shows were great. Plus “Jump” was awesome. Travis nailed it!

So I’m keeping super busy this Fall. Next week my solo project, KHB, is playing in the Midwest. We are touring with a band out of St. Louis called Messy Jiverson. They are making some waves in that area and I’m looking forward to hanging and jamming with those guys. There are a lot of good collaboration possibilities, so the shows are sure to be slammin’.

I am super psyched to announce my Hoppy Holidays run December 10-12. The three shows are here on the Front Range with my band and also feature DJ Logic and Liza. It is sure to go off, we did this same line up at YarmonyGrass Festival last Summer and it was one of my favorite sets of the Summer. And, of course, there is always awesome beer. In conjunction with Boulder Beer and Avery Brewing, I will be making special brews for this event. In fact, the Sunday show is a benefit for Conscious Alliance at Avery Brewery in their back barrel room in Boulder. Tickets will include a lot of great stuff as usual.

And, in my ever-changing need to try new things and challenge myself, I am doing a few unique shows this Fall as well. I am playing a children’s concert at the Yo Gabba Gabba show here in Broomfield this Sunday, November 7th. Also I will be touring with Bonerama and Steve Kimock on the East Coast for a few select dates.

Check the website for all the info: http://www.kylehollingsworth.com/ontour

Thanks y’all.

Kyle

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5 responses to “Fall

  1. Can’t wait to see you with Bonerama! Any chance you’ll be doing any of your songs or any SCI songs? Hope so. ;-)

  2. Looks like you’ll be having fun. Wish you were doing a date or two on the West Coast so I could see the show, I’ve still only managed to listen to KHB at Hornings Hideout, and I really enjoyed it. Enjoy some beers for me, and wish I could be there!

  3. Awesome time spent with you guys at Hulaween!! Thanks again for really bringin the nasty jams back to surface…Its been since Hornings and I am so happy to have gotten my CHEESE FIX twice this year!! MESSY!! Those guys are great…I have known them for a while now..I look forward to hearing you and Nate on some crazy key solotrades…be well brother

  4. Messy Jiverson, me, and st. louis are ready for your fall tour. These guys are gearing up for a kick-ass mid-west run. I’m glad you are getting the kid’s concert done at the beginning of the week – the rest of the week will be Messy.

    “And really it just comes down to committing to the tunes and making them rock”. we all can make that decision – so true in all areas of life!

  5. Thanks again for the awesome Hulaween shows at Hampton Coliseum. The Mothership is one of my favorite places to see a show. I live close by in Virginia Beach, I look forward to any future return shows in the future. Saturday night was such an awesome time, you guys did indeed rock, every song sounded strong to us out on the floor. Y’all come back now, ya’hear?

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