“energetic, almost punk-rock versions of traditional songs” — Colorado Sound


What began as an all-female festival collab quickly morphed into a serious passion project driven by sisterhood, harmony and humor, along with the shared desire to rage fiddle tunes and smash the patriarchy. 

Big Richard is a neo-acoustic supergroup made up of four well-established Colorado musicians: Bonnie Sims on mandolin (Bonnie & Taylor Sims/Everybody Loves an Outlaw/Bonnie & the Clydes), Joy Adams on cello (Nathaniel Rateliff/Darol Anger/Half Pelican), Emma Rose on bass and guitar (Sound of Honey/Daniel Rodriguez/Whippoorwill), and Eve Panning on fiddle (Lonesome Days). 

Formed in late 2021, the band gained immediate notoriety for their charismatic stage presence and their vocal/instrumental prowess. The quartet showed up to the one-off like it had been together for years and quickly graduated to club shows and dates. The musicians siphon from bluegrass, old-time, classical, country, and pop. 

Bursting with jaw-dropping virtuosity, playfully irreverent stage banter, stunning four-part harmony, imaginative arrangements, a refreshingly eclectic repertoire, and a healthy dose of lady rage, Big Richard is poised to penetrate the Americana music world and beyond.

To date, the quartet has issued 3 singles, the Live from Telluride album, and it has new music on the way.

The Foxgloves are a dynamic all-female Midwestern Americana band from the Twin Cities. Their high-energy performances, heartfelt storytelling, four-part harmonies, and unique instrumentation have swept them onto big stages throughout the region, including First Avenue, Big Top Chautauqua, and Blue Ox Music Festival. This powerful band is making moves you’ll want to witness. 

Recommended for Fans of Sierra Hull, The Wailin’ Jennys, Molly Tuttle and I’m With Her. 

Learn More: https://www.bigrichardband.com/band


You are now being redirected to our official ticket provider. We are not affiliated with any third-party sellers. Thanks and see you at the show!

Buy Tickets