UPDATE: Due to the high likelihood of rain, Sturtz will move indoors, to Leon Memorial Hall, at 201 Richardson Avenue, at Adams State University on Sunday, July 31 at 6:00pm. Please note that food and drink are not allowed in Leon Hall, so there will be no food truck on site. Please bring a non-perishable item for the food drive to benefit the Alamosa Food Pantry.
Sundays at Six continues on July 31 with Sturtz. Check them out at https://sturtzmusic.com/. Head on over to Cole Park at 6:00pm and enjoy some quality live music right here in Alamosa! The MOKI food truck will be on site selling some delicious and local dinner items. Can’t make it to the park? Catch the show livestreaming on ALMA’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/almalivemusic. And please bring a non-perishable item for the food drive to benefit the Alamosa Food Pantry.
Sturtz’s music stands out for its distinctive, soothing instrumental and vocal harmonies. The acoustic quartet – Andrew Sturtz [vocals, guitar], Jim Herlihy [banjo], Courtlyn Carpenter [cello], and Will Kuepper [bass] – falls somewhere at the intersection of folk and soul, with lead singer Andrew Sturtz’s melodic vocals soaring over the lower string instrumentals. Sturtz is based in Boulder, CO, making appearances at venues like eTown in Boulder, CO, the Belly Up in Aspen, CO, and the Mishawaka Amphitheater in Bellvue, CO. The band was featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered in 2020 and released their first full-length album in August 2021.