Two members of the Colorado band Elephant Revival joined us last week for an unusual session in the CPR Performance Studio.
Violinist Bridget Law and singer-percussionist Bonnie Paine played with members of the Colorado Symphony for a special performance that featured music from the band's latest album, "Petals," as well as some older material.
More from OpenAir Sessions:
- Chimney Choir Brings 'Dream' Music To CPR's OpenAir
- Loch Lomond Romanticizes Life On The Road On New Album 'Pens From Spain'
- Esmé Patterson Performs 'We Were Wild' Songs At CPR's OpenAir
Elephant Revival will share the stage with the Symphony Saturday night at Denver's Boettcher Concert Hall. That show is presented by CPR's OpenAir.
Listen to the session above. Also, check out Elephant Revival's performance for OpenAir Sessions from earlier this year.
Elephant Revival performs at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on May 21.
Hear the story behind Elephant Revival's album "Petals" on our Inside Track podcast.
- "Flight Patterns"
- "Hello You Who"
- "Ancient Sea"