Sundays at Six presents Stillhouse Junkies – June 30

The Alamosa Live Music Association is once again providing free live music in Cole Park all summer long, with its Sundays at Six concert series. Sundays at Six 2024 will kick off on June 30 with Stillhouse Junkies, who will enliven the park with their rousing bluegrass tunes. Check them out at, then head on over to Cole Park at 6:00 PM and enjoy some quality live music right here in Alamosa! Grab your dinner and dessert from Tacos Martinez and Frosty Acres Rolled Ice Cream, whose food trucks will be on site selling their delicious offerings at each concert this summer. And please bring a non-perishable item for the food drive to benefit the Alamosa Food Pantry. Can’t make it to the concert? Catch the show livestreaming on ALMA’s Facebook page:

A crowd-thrilling trio from the hills of Colorado, Stillhouse Junkies share the kind of strangely charmed chemistry that elevates both artist and audience alike. Since forming in 2017, the Durango-bred band has offered up a hypnotic and high-energy form of roots music anchored in the free-flowing interplay among the three lifelong musicians (Fred Kosak on guitar and mandolin, Cody Tinnin on upright bass, Alissa Wolf on fiddle). While they’ve gained major traction in the bluegrass world in recent years—including winning the IBMA Momentum Band of the Year award in 2021—Stillhouse  Junkies ultimately inhabit a genre-blurring and subtly inventive sound informed by everything from blues to classical to  Texas swing. When matched with their nuanced songcraft and soul-stirring harmonies, the result is a one-of-a-kind musical experience that immediately transports the listener into a more enchanted state of mind. 

With their fourth album due out in 2024, Stillhouse Junkies have now achieved such triumphs as touring in the UK and  Europe and taking the stage at leading festivals like MerleFest and Grey Fox. Whether they’re performing at house concerts or playing to crowds of thousands, the band balances the dizzying intricacy of their musicality with plenty of freewheeling improvisation. “We make sure to leave a lot of wide-open spaces for group improv at our shows,” says  Tinnin. “We’re not that interested in playing it safe; the goal is always to connect and play off each other as best we  can.”  

Continuing this summer: ALMA is again partnering with RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer Program) of Alamosa County and the Food Bank Network of San Luis Valley by having a food drive at each Sundays at Six concert this summer, to benefit the Alamosa Food Pantry. All are invited to contribute a non-perishable item or two for this food drive. Look for the receptacles under the ALMA tent at each concert. Some ideas of much-needed items include: canned meat (tuna and chicken), peanut butter & other nut butters, low-sodium canned veggies & beans, healthy snacks (low-sugar granola bars, dried fruit, etc.), gluten free items, healthy canned or boxed meals (chili, etc.), shelf-stable milk and milk alternatives. Help us address food insecurity in Alamosa County!

Sundays at Six 2024 is generously sponsored by: 

Alamosa Building Supply, Alamosa Home, Alamosa State Bank, Bank Shot Sports Bar, Blanca Peak Dental Center, City of Alamosa, Colorado Trust, Comfort Inn & Suites of Alamosa, Community Banks of Colorado, Crestone Eagle, First Southwest Bank, Kenneth King Foundation, KRZA, Laura Jane Musser Foundation, North River Greenhouse, RG Bank, SLV Federal Bank, SLV Health, SLV REC/Ciello, Sports Print Plus, Steffens Quality Plumbing & Heating, Valley Courier, Valley-Wide Health Systems, Visit Alamosa, Wall, Smith, Bateman, Xcel Energy Foundation

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