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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

 

Another Triple A Summit has come and gone, and I want to say thank you to all who attended,
all who supported the event with sponsorships and advertising and, of course, all the great
acts who entertained us. Here are photos from these performances.
David Gray
had the crowd going when he headlined the Fox Theatre on Thursday night.
Jackson Browne
treated us to a evening of memories when played the Fox Theatre on Wednesday night.
NO, HE’S NOT 12 YEARS OLD
Brett Dennen proved to be one of the pleasant surprises for this year’s Summit attendees.
IT’S ALL GOOD
Mike Doughty’s performance at the Fox Theatre on the Thursday lived up to expectations and then some.
ACOUSTIC MAYHEM
Ex-Phish bassist Mike Gordon (l) and guitarist extraordinaire Leo Kottke got the crowd all revved up just before Jackson Browne.
BRANDI & THE TWINS
Brandi Carlile and her band were very impressive during their Thursday luncheon performance.
BLUNT NOT BLUNT
There is nothing blunt about James Blunt’s music.
It was sensitive and insightful.
TALENTED WOMAN
Tristan Prettyman had everyone mesmerized during her Club R&R performance on Thursday night.
“TRIPLE A, TRIPLE A”
Matt Hales and his band — collectively known as Aqualung —
sang a tribute to the format during the Thursday luncheon.
BROTHERS IN MUSIC
DeSol had the pavilion jumpin’ and dancin’ during their Thursday-afternoon cocktail-party performance.
SOULFUL MAN
William Topley’s deep, full-bodied voice
was a chat-stopper at the Friday luncheon.
SIBLING ANGELS
The vocal harmonies of Judd & Maggie during their performance during Friday’s luncheon came straight from heaven.
DENVER’S OWN
The Fray, who hail from the Denver-Boulder area, got things going at
the Fox Theatre on Thursday night.
NO MONKEY BUSINESS
Saucy Monky didn’t mess around during their Friday afternoon performance.
A TASTE OF NEW ORLEANS
The key members of World Leader Pretend gave us an acoustic sample of some of the songs from their debut album.

IN CASE YOU DIDN’T KNOW
Pete Yorn is a star, and he proved it during his show at the Fox Theatre on Friday night.

SERIOUS STUFF
Mary Gauthier is one of the best songwriters on the planet, and she proved it during her Club R&R performance on Friday evening.

SERVING THE NAME WELL
Teddy Thompson did his family name proud during his performance at the Saturday Awards Luncheon.

OLD SOUL
At Saturday’s Awards Luncheon, Jackie Greene was living proof that the younger generation does appreciate the great music of the past.

MISS MISSY
Missy Higgins made it very clear why she’s already a hit artist in her native Australia.

REAL TROUPERS
Despite an ailing lead singer, Ringside were very impressive at the Fox Theatre on Friday night.
SOULFUL MAN
William Topley’s deep, full-bodied voice
was a chat-stopper at the Friday luncheon.

LIFESAVER
The Vanity Project’s (and Barenaked Ladies frontman) Steve Page jumped in at the last minute to fill in at the Fox Theatre on Friday, and we thank him.

BEAUTIFUL SURPRISE
At the end of the “Six in Sixty” session moderated by John Bradley and Dave Rahn of SBR on Thursday, Melissa Etheridge came out to talk about her experience fighting cancer and the lessons she learned. She then knocked us out with her performance of a new song called “This Is Not Goodbye.”

GHOST MISTRESS
Shannon McNally likes to call her music “Great American ghost music.” I’ll simply call it a great performance at the Fox Theatre on Saturday.

THEY CAN SING TOO
These handsome men dressed in black, collectively known as The Big Blue Hearts, had the girls swooning during their performance.
SASSY LADY
Amie from Dirty Blonde definitely got the attention of the males in the audience during her performance on Saturday night.


CLOSING DOWN THE HOUSE
The Spin Doctors proved to be the perfect headliner to bring the Summit to an end with their rockin’ performance at the Fox Theatre on Saturday night.

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