Bonnie Paine and Daniel Rodriguez of Elephant Revival on their new album, "Petals," and their headline debut at Red Rocks Amphitheater.
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. Elephant Revival will share the stage with the Symphony Saturday night at Denver's Boettcher Concert Hall.
It features footage of the Nederland band's first headlining show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
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Fear And Loathing In Woody Creek: Growing Up With Hunter S. Thompson, Nederland-Based Elephant Revival's New Album, Kirkland Museum On The Move
Gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson’s son, Juan Thompson of Denver, chronicles a difficult life with his father in the new memoir “Stories I Tell Myself: Growing Up With Hunter S. Thompson.” Then, the Nederland band Elephant Revival has a new album, “Petals,” and an upcoming headline gig at Red Rocks. And, the Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art prepares to close until 2017 when it moves to a new and bigger building.
The Nederland-based folk group worked on its new album at eTown Music Hall. OpenAir spoke with two of the band members about the writing and recording process for "Petals."