Sundays at Six concludes on August 29 with Moors & McCumber, Americana musicians who craft beautiful story songs that walk the line between rootsy folk and melodic pop. Check them out at https://moorsandmccumber.com/. Then head on over to Cole Park at 6:00 PM and enjoy some quality live music right here in Alamosa! If it rains, the concert will move to the Ice Rink at the Alamosa Family Recreation Center at 2222 Old Sanford Road in Alamosa. The MOKI food truck will be on site selling some delicious and local dinner items.
James Moors (Superior, WI) and Kort McCumber (Gold Hill, CO) met at the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival in Lyons, CO in 2005. Sitting around swapping songs, they each heard something in the music of the other that just fit. The two have been performing and writing together ever since. After touring for years as solo artists, Moors & McCumber discovered that their music together is more than the sum of the parts. Embracing a bigger sound than most duos, they switch instruments on almost every song (playing acoustic and electric guitar, piano, cello, mandolin, Irish bouzouki, tenor banjo, fiddle, harmonica, accordion and ukulele), creating catchy melodies that are big, bright and electrifying to watch live. As Grammy award-winning producer Lloyd Maines says, “They bring it all to the stage and deliver in a big way.”
Sundays at Six 2021 is generously sponsored by:
City of Alamosa, Colorado Realty, Comfort Inn & Suites of Alamosa, Community Foundation of the San Luis Valley, Crestone Eagle, Eclipse Property Management, El Pomar, Energy Resource Center, Extreme Graphics, Jay Meyer State Farm, Kenneth King Foundation, KRZA, RG Bank, Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation, SLV Federal Bank, SLV Health, Sports Print Plus, Valley Courier, Valley-Wide Health Systems, Viaero Wireless, Visit Alamosa, Wall, Smith & Bateman, Xcel Energy Foundation