Soundcheck Summer Series returns with eclectic lineup

Pinedale Fine Arts Release
Posted 6/13/24

PINEDALE — Pinedale’s long-running Soundcheck Music Series returns for its 17 th  summer with a lineup of national-touring bands and regional favorites. Presented by the Pinedale …

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Soundcheck Summer Series returns with eclectic lineup


PINEDALE — Pinedale’s long-running Soundcheck Music Series returns for its 17th summer with a lineup of national-touring bands and regional favorites. Presented by the Pinedale Fine Arts Council (PFAC), the Soundcheck Series features five free concerts at Legion Park in downtown Pinedale with music kicking off at 5 p.m. (4 p.m. for the July 4 show).
Setting the Soundcheck Series aside from other area music events is PFAC’s commitment to providing a family-friendly atmosphere at all shows.
From face painting to lemonade stands to between-set performances by local dance students, the Soundcheck Series has no shortage of offerings for kids and parents alike. New to this year’s series will be a performance by Jackson’s own Off Square Theatre whose Thin Air Shakespeare will perform selections from Romeo & Juliet at the June 29 date!
At the heart of the Soundcheck Series is an eclectic lineup of musical genres, featuring everything from Cosmic Country to soul to Midwest Indie-rock.
So dust off your coolers, grab a camp chair and head to Pinedale for a great summer of music! And be sure to visit and today to help plan your trip!

Timmy the Teeth
Timmy the Teeth

Saturday, June 29 – Timmy the Teeth with special guest Martin Farrell Jr.
Often described as a “Cowboy from the Crypt,” Timmy The Teeth (aka Timothy George) has unknowingly found his way to the forefront of a new musical brand as genuine as his personality. Timmy The Teeth has emerged as a unique voice at the forefront of the Utah music scene. Martin Farrell Jr. is a multi-instrumentalist intent on discovering new ways of playing old musical styles. Farrell pursues a sound he calls “Cosmic Western,” a genre possessing a classic country sound, bluegrass techniques, gospel harmonies and rock rhythms.

Two Runner.
Two Runner.

Thursday, July 4 – Two Runner with special guests Kimmi Bitter, Missy Jo
Ali McGuirk’s sound feels like it could exist somewhere outside of space and time; it could be on a record in the background of a party in a 1970s bungalow, or it could be on your Discover Weekly playlist on Spotify. Either way, it’s a great listen. Powerfully stunning vocals!
A true “chameleon of song,” Michael Batdorf blends genres and creates something uniquely his own. Brother Wolf is Michael’s answer to his deep love for Jimi Hendrix and is a Blues-Rock power quartet that plays through the inner Mountain West.
Jackson-based opener Missy Jo’s musical explorations seek to thin the barriers between R&B, Western and Jazz.

Cousin Curtiss.
Cousin Curtiss.

Saturday, July 20 – Cousin Curtiss with The Two Tracks, Boom & The Bust
Cousin Curtiss brings to the stage a dynamic rarely seen by a solo act and now partnered up with the equally enigmatic and soulfully driven electric guitar prowess of Harrison B, these two road warriors are on a mission to electrify audiences everywhere with their two-man full-band sound.
American Songwriter said about The Two Tracks, “They avoid many of the cliches and gimmicks that have grown common in the Americana world while still championing a natural, Earth-grown sound.
Local openers Boom & the Bust bring dreamy country songs that delve deep into the roots of the dirty South and untamed West.

Doc Robinson.
Doc Robinson.

Friday, August 2 – Doc Robinson with special guests The Lonesome Heroes, Conifer Hollow
With eccentric lyricism, heartbreak harmonies, and dueling lead guitar synergy, Doc Robinson’s infectious midwestern gumbo sound defies genre boundaries unlike any other. Tight arrangements and simple, punchy pop hooks have defined the band’s rise.
Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, vocalist Aaron Davis is a solo artist, frontman for Aaron Davis & the Mystery Machine, co-founder of Screen Door Porch, and owner-engineer at Three Hearted Recording Studio in Hoback, Wyoming.

Them Coulee Boys.
Them Coulee Boys.

Friday, August 16 – Them Coulee Boys with special guest Stacy Antonel
Them Coulee Boys craft a brand of Americana that blends folk, punk, bluegrass, and rock & roll. They sing their conversational songs in 4-part harmony, often with a banjo stomp and rhythm section punch that drives the audience onto the dance floor.
An idiosyncratic artist with a background in classical piano, Stacy Antonel makes a jazzy, country-leaning, clever Americana that feels both vintage and hyper-modern at the same time. Rooted in classic country but influenced by jazz, pop, and R&B.

The Soundcheck Summer Music is presented by the Pinedale Fine Arts Council with support from The Town of Pinedale, The Pinedale Travel and Tourism Commission, The Pinedale Lodging Tax, The Sublette County Recreation Board, Astoria Hot Springs and Park, Union Wireless, Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County, Four Pines Physical Therapy, Bank of Jackson Hole, Jackson Fork, Stantec, High Mountain Real Estate, Jorgensen & Associates, Two Rivers CPA, HUB International, Wyoming Public Radio, Wyoming Cultural Trust, Wyoming Community Foundation, Blue Spruce Operating and First Bank.

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