The eclectic Everyone Orchestra performed a three-night run in Colorado. The first night of the small tour was at Warren Station in Keystone on January 12. The intimate venue positioned at the base of the ski resort was the perfect place for the group to host their jam filled night. This show’s all star line up conducted by Matt Butler, included Shira Elias and Josh Schwartz of Turkuaz, Chuck Jones and Eli Winderman of Dopapod, Eddie Roberts of the New Mastersounds, Michael Travis of the String Cheese Incident, and Mihali Savoulidis of Twiddle.
The enthusiastic crowd danced the night away and sang along as the super group performed many jams guided by the project’s creator, Matt Butler. The lively night ended with a reggae tune which got the whole crowd singing “Keystone let the snow fall.” The group performed the next two nights in Denver and Fort Collins.
Amanda “Sandwich" Siedner is originally from New City, New York and lives in NYC, while spending the winter in Summit County, CO. A graduate of SUNY Oneonta with a degree in Dietetics.
Amanda has photographed Catskill Chill, Summer Camp, Aura, Hulaween, Disc Jam, The Werk Out, Mad Tea Party Jam, to name a few, as well as Dopapod, Aqueous, lespecial, moe., Umphreys Magee, The Werks, Primus, The String Cheese Incident, STS9, Lotus, The Disco Biscuits, Papadosio.
A fan of Aqueous, lespecial, Dopapod, and Coheed and Cambria, Amanda skis 80-100 days a year in Colorado.